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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 12, 1951
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Two GOP's Confident Eisenhower Will Be Available for '52 Vote WASHINGTON, Oct. .12. '/TV-Two Republican senators said today they are confident Gen. Dwlght n. Eisenhower will be a candidate for President on the GOP ticket next ;.*ar. And last nlqht Senator Duff (K-PfO said in ft rariin in ton-lew he expects i-o pel a "definitR and decisive" statement from Kisen- howcr nt R meeting about Jan. 1. Senators Ivcs of Now ,Yorfc and Morse of Oregon, sniri In separate interviews with newsmen the.v me rotifidont the pcncral will win thr Republican nomination and then RO on to defeat President Truman or any other Democrat. Unff has been a leader, wiih G<JV. Thomas £, Dcwey of New York, in booming the World Wnr II hcio for ihe GOP nomination. Ivr.s, longtime potUira] ally of Dewcy said the very fact Eisenhower ha.s Ihns far kept silent supports his views. He said; Ike. Is Available "If General Eisenhower were K&- ine to to be a candtriAte lie u'ouJri have saM *o JOUR aj,-o. TJirrf- fore he would seem to be definitely available," Duff spoke on MHH'f "Repoi i^rs Roundup." He said he felt mire Elsenhower wilt accept a OOP nomination next yoar. Huff called itire peMft'nl "Ihe only fieiirr around jyhom the American people ran he !united" HP .said hf* plans to nipct jwiih Eisenhower about the of ;th? y?nr— hf duf not say where-I and get from him then a Mntemerit Snnip \nt Surjiriscrl I I VPS mid othrr FTispnbnwer sup- i porters said they are not .snrpi'i^fd [j>y n ropyi ichter! story of the Mil- j Yankee Journal snyinfr that Gan. I DfuinJa.s ^ arArliuir hjui fnfonurd j Wisconsin HeniibU<:nn lenders hr i I :i voi s Sc 11 rv lor Ta U > H - Oh lo i, j aides of MncArthur In Now Yoj-k jCity 5tiid he had mot with fi \V\s- [consjn Republican leader but they j would not ronflnn or deny the | story he supports Taft, j fve.s .said HID Milwaukee slnry jftiid H report to Taft by polltlrnl Advisers Hint hp could win the nnminntlon "simply serve ns a i wsrniiiK to FTlsenliou'rr supportcrR • Mint they must redouble their efforts in his behalf." 'Dog Togs' for School Children NEW YORK. Ort. 12. (AP>—"DOR u-lll contain chilfireji-s nnmcj. ati- tiiss" will be. issued lo New York! chesses, birth dates, parents' names , City school children starting next week. Complete with steel neck chuins, the Iniis will be Riven out first lo some 200,000 second and third graders. Resembliup (hose worn by members of the armed forces, (-he tries Paragould Doctor Joins Benton Unit LITTLE ROCK, Oct. 12. (/TV- Dr. ; Joseph M. Hnrker or parngcnild ha* | Joined the staff of the ArkansM; i State Hospital's Benton unit. j A native of Paragould and a ] graduate of the U.rl. trsli.v of Ark- . ansFis's school of inetliclnp, Dr. Parker had been a member t>[ the staff of Community Methodist Hospital at Parngoutd for the past six months. mid n cnile number designating each child'. 1 ; school. Tlie isiK rfi.sli'iJjntlon. annnuncctl yesterday, is a precautionary Identification measure in rase of an nloin bomb or other Bltnck on (he city. YOUR WHEELS Should Be BALANCED • Whenever you rh^ngc or rotate tires. La ngston-Mc Waters Bviick Company Walnut <V Brnailwa?—24 Hour Service ^ e any language VouVe ever 1 tested! \uu !l never know how jcoJ ice ac.irn be until you've us;cj nciv Golcicn ROJ-J! French Ice . ilart /ait is w,t Hit it! Vcs here Ji List n the /J>.v.-» ice cream you h.ivc cicr c.itcn . . . new GOI.DHX RO\'AL I'Rli.N'CH Ice Gum. XX'lien yo,; u--;c ihis dmliinc; IK^ pi'eiTiium crci:j.',n, ;>o:.j \\:!I recognize at once a supab b'cti.i of the lincsc ingrcdicnis money an buy. LOJ j> of eces anJ crc*m, And outstinJin;; lUioririij . . . ,i!l ait combmeii to bting you the utmost in uve- satisfying enjoyment. New Golden Royal French Ice Gc,irn comes in your four favorite ftavois . . . v.<m!b, chocohtc, strawberry and bullet pecan. Treat yourself . . . treat your fimily — tun^ sonic fioinc todiy! V MIDWEST DAIRY TRODUCTS CORPORATION CITY PRODUCTS CORPORATION i ! x STICKS TO THE JOB—If you're musically Inclined and have the patience, you con rnok« yourself a fine guitar out ot 3000 Ice cream sticks, like Earl Swalford, or Annlslon, Ala., did. Using only • knife, keyhole saw, a vise and glue, he built the Instrument with flicks saved for him by fellow mill workers. He plans to make ft mandolin, a violin and a bass fldclle. FRIDAY, OCTOBER ]2, 1951 Sy Pair's Timing stem Beats Slot Machines LEWISTON, Idaho, Oct. [5. (/!>,— ; John Pugh and nanny Pcslcr put' on a demonstration ye.sterday ol ] ho* lo beat ihe .slot machines with their "timing system." In than an hour Push, add Poster obtained IJ40 tram a SO- cent one-armed bandit in a Lewis- Ion club, and Ihey called Ihclr shoi.s. While a months-agape crowd of 75 watched, the two lormer residents of La* Vegas, Nev.. got their Jackpots, rirainctl the tube and only had lo J20. "We Just wanted to shnw we can ilo It." said Piiizh. Emperor Opens Japanese Diet TOKYO, Oct. 17. «>i-Empcror Hirohito formally opened Japan's dl«t Cp»rllam«nt) y««Urd»y with an both expresion of pleasure O n Ihe sign- Ing of the Japanese Peace Treaty. The emperor, however, made no mention of the U. S. -Japan security pact. The diet will be asked to ratify measures, signed by Prime Minister Shlgern Yofhida last month in San Francisco. More than one third of US. Army enlisted men hold hlfrli school dl- ploma.s, Arniy records shou'. King Still Improving \ 1X3NDON. Oct. 12. <AP> — KlnR George VI Is making steady proercss toward recovery from his serious lung operation, his doctors announced today, Home Permanent Wave WOODS DRUG STORE 6 Show Of Fashions SATURDAY, OCT. 2 TO 4 P.M. - WARDS FASHION DEPARTMENT See These Local Girls Model Wards Smart Fashions for Fall, 1951 Francis Slayton Joyt« Steel* Janet Micheal Beverly Jones 6.98 ,WEAR THEM RAIN OR SHINE rorail,,ei\ Toplin jackeli with hip-hugging elastic waists. Wear •them in' any weather— they're treated for water- ,rep«l!ency. Two slosh pockets. Choose from red; lc!ar . k ^S':e c _Bu? ra y CtfJiavX-Jo .sizes from 12 K> 18i ALL-WOOL ZIP LINING Sraarf nun- styles Siperll)- morfe II wo hadn't bought early, these coals would be 539. All-wool sheen gabardines and sharkskin! wilh wool linings lhat jip in for extra warmth. Hand- finished details. In smart new fall shades. Miss' liies. NEW FALL " CAROL BRENT 4.98 Wards own Carol Brent »kirt mokes fal! news in rayon menswear suitina* You'll be flallered by iti trim lines, nolched pock- els, lealhi. belt. Rack has lip placket and slit for easy walking. Basic fall shades of black; hwf'V.Ti, green, rust and wine. In sizes 24 lo 30, 4.98 FALL-FAVORED CORDUROY o/or: 6.98 Fine pi'mvafe Jackets in popular pin wale corduroy lo (op your tlcKks and skirli. Come to Wards for ihese now Jacket stylei Tn belted or filled models, in popular fall colon. Size* 12 lo 18. 5!a<b 22 la 30. 4.98

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