The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 18, 1950 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 18, 1950
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PAGB rOURTEKM Democrats Hope Sppathy Helps Retain Acheson Clark Clifford Favored to Replace Him, Reports Say Hf JACK BUM. WASHINGTON, Dec. IB. WV- Democratic leaders counted today on American sympathy for the underdog In attempts to rally support for Secretary of State Acheson In the face of forma! OOP demands for his ouster. Tvro influential Democratic sen- atorj who didn't want to be quoted by name told reporters they think public reaction (o the Republican stand may help solidify support for Acheson If he slays on. One high administration authority who asked not to be named said President Truman is "absolutely determined" to stick by Acheson and has no intention of yielding to the Republican groups in both the Senate and the House which voted last Friday their \e- llef that Acheson lins lost the confidence of the country and should be replaced. On the other hand, there were reports circulating In Congre.« of a possible triple-play move by President Truman to quiet the GOP opposition. These reports—and they weren't vouched for by anyone in authority —were to the effect that If Acheson quits Mr. Truman might ask Chief Justice Fred VInson to leave the Supreme Court and take over the state portfolio. If this happened, it was said Attorney General McGrath might be in line for a court appointment and Clark Clifford, former presidential legal adviser now in private practice here, for attorney general. Shoes for American soldiers in Korea range In size from 4 to 15. TAPPED BY TRUMAN-Hep. F. Edward Hebcrl (I)., La.), abovo, s hiis Joined the growing group of recipients of President Truman's famous snappy letters. He wrote the President suggesting a day ol national prayer for guidance through the present world crisis. Mr. Truman referred the congressman to his presidential Thanksgiving Day proclamation as an answer, (her: lashed out at the "low" level o politics in Louisiana and other states during the recent campaign. Congressman Hcberl suit' he was shocked at the Prcsi- dent's display of "political dis temper." (AUK.) CUUKIKK NEWS WBUWWtwwwww MUN1JAX, Pickpocket Set For Surprise KANSAS CITY. Dec. 18. Wl— The pickpocket who took the billfold of Mrs. Edith IWay while she shopped in Kansas City will get a surprise. Mrs. Reay. 'VI. is visiting here from Plymouth. England. In Die billfold were two British 10 shilling notes, each worth about $1/10, plus $5. I 1/.S. Headed Toward 'A Hell Of a War/ Sen. Kefauver Says CHICAGO, Dec. 18. (IT) — Sen. Estes Kefauver (D-Tcnn.) says the U. S. is "headed toward a hell of R war." Kefnuver said last night In an interview that "a six or eight million man Army isn't going to stay in training camps at home." He is chairman of the Senate civil defense sub-committee. He said he believes President Truman is ''even' more pessimistic*." about the prospect of a third world war; than Congress. "There has been some terrible 'umbling in Korea," the senator said. "Gen ^racArtlulr Is partly responsible and so is the State Department." KcCauvcr said the Stale Depart ment is to blnmc for a hot-colt attitude toward Korea. "One tta we say we're staying, the next we say we're Betting out." He said he has "little fuith" Ir the U.N. attcr its failure to bring about a cease-fire order in Korea Kefanver was here to reopen hearing of the Senate Crime Com mittee on organized crime. •^^i*^v r^fu^"^ --?•£• v,5 '^^ ;'^' " ,r>- - , ,- . >._ . CLASSY -JOB ON A COLD SUBJECT—"The Processor," a nine- foot bust done in snow, almost blocks the entrance to the architecture building at The University of Illinois, Urbana The three co-ed snow artists are. Barbara Stinson o' Gary. Ind,, Carmen Mowry and Avis Raasch, both of Urbana. Hudson has the solution to your men's gift problem. Give udson Gift Certificate (Available In Any Amount) THE FULL FLAVOR OF OLD RENIUCKY-NATURALLY GREAT SINCE 1888 STRAIGHT BOVIRBON WHISKEY • 4 YEARS OLD • 86 PROOF ECHO SPRING DISmLING COMPANY • LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY * y 1 y y y v v V V * y y y y y x Genuine Gabardine Suit A Suit he will treasure ,/or years Fine 75! oz. Sheen Gabardine Five Sparkling Colors. All sizes ii n A K a n K f, K •R K y y 5 y y Genuine Gabardine s /, f Topcoat Full Weight Quality Gabardine Colors of tan and natural Guaranteed Perfect Fit 17 95 See Hudson For The Best In Men's Gifts 1 HUDSON CLEANER - CLOTHIER - TAILOR Blytheville, Arkansas Steele, Missouri ;4 \ i

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