The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 23, 1955 · Page 3
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER X, 1*W BLYTHEVILXE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE THREI GOP Goes Out on Limb; Gambling All on Ike By DON WHITEHEAD WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican party chiefs are taking *e big gamble. They are planning for the 1956 presidential campaign on the assumption .that President Eisenhower wiH agree to seek a second term. . . To unscramble a few metaphors, the GOP command ic out on a kmb — ready to sink or swim with their eggs in one basket. At Republican national headquar-r ter« they say very candidly that there is just the one basis lor all the preliminary campaign groundwork — and it is progressing rapidiy. L. Richard Quylay, GOP publicity chief, says: '"The national committee Is proceeding on the assumption that President Eisenhower wiH be the Republican candidate." After the recent meeting of GOP state chairmen in Denver, some party leaders weren't so sure. Eisenhower yarned them not to nail their flag so securely to one mast that if the ship sank, they couldn't rip it off and tie it to another. Hall IJBtened But GOP National Chairman Leonard Hall listened to everything the President had to say— and then announced he was more convinced than ever that Eisenhower would again head the ticket. Actually. Republican leaders are Ignoring Eisenhower's advice. They are nailing their flag securely to the Eisenhower mast while planning.to capitalize on his personal popularity and the theme of "peace and prosperity." Under these circumstances, it will place the Republicans on a fearfully embarrassing spot should Eisenhower not choose to run. Those who think he won't make a second race put up this argument: Eisenhower is now 64. He may want to turn the job over to a younger man and retire to his Gettysburg farm, where he can enjoj' the last years of his life. They also say Mrs. Eisenhower has had enough of the White House and doesn't want the President to shorten his life with another four years of the crushing burden of the presidency, Sense of Duty But on the otner side, they argue Eisenhower has a high sense ol duty and that his duty is to remain in the White House another four years to carry out the program he has begun. They argue Ike won't Jet the party down and that he has come to the point where he enjoys his job as well as the political game. In the midst o/ such uncertainty, the Republican chieis appear confident they know their man anc what he will do at the proper time. One of them said: "We think, we know our candidate — and the Democrats don't. This gives us an advantage in planning the campaign." Desk Work May Be Dull CHICAGO If I — Pat Moore, 20- year-old Cleveland secretary, may find it rather dull going back to her typewriter. For the past month, the pretty 5-foot-3 girl has been operating a 436-horsepower, 34-ton Euclid dump truck. She is one of the performers of the General Motors Powerama, a 23-acre diesel and gas turbine power exhibit in Chicago which closes Sunday. So far she hasn't dented a fender. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William E. Moore of Cleveland, watched her maneuver the truck last week. "And to think I didn't trust you with the family car," he father remarked. South Remains Hot and Dry By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The nation's weather showed only minor changes today from yesterday. Warm weather continued in most of the South and it was on the cool side in most of the north- em tier of states. The autumn season starts at 2:42 p.m., EST, today. The Canadian cool air spread slowly southeastward over the Great Plains during the night and extended a« far as the Texas Panhandle. Temperature's ranged from the low 30s and low 406 in the north sections to the 60s in the South. It also was chflly In the Northeast with readings ranging from the 30s in northern New England and Upper New york state to the 50s In Pennsylvania and New Jersey. The warm region extended over the Qu!f states and the extreme Southwest desert region. There was widespread rainfall from Kansas and Oklahoma eastward through southern Missouri and northern Arkansas. NORTH ATLANTI ALLIANCE Eight original members of the North Atlantic Alliance were the United States, Canada, The Net erlands, Prance, Belgium, Luxemburg, Britain and Norway. Denmark, Iceland and Italy joined later. Juveniles Heed Appeal to Stop DETROIT (Ifi — The director of Chicago's Crime Prevention Bureau described a technique that cut sharply a wave of car thefts by juveniles. "We just asked them to stop it," said Dr. Lois Higgins. "We appealed to their intelligence and sense of fair play," Dr. Higgins told the Michigan Probation, Prison and Parole Assn. yesterday. "We sent officials to assemblies in the schools. We felt the children had considered taking cars something of a lark and didn't realize the full consequences." The approach worked. Dr. Higgins said. HOLLAND NEWS •r MM. M Bunpkn, Jr. Culbertson Club Homemakers were guests of Mrs. Carl Reid Friday at a special club meeting. The lesson on health and safety measures in the home and on the highways was prepared by Mrs.. Oma Smith, who talked to the group of twelve present. A display of scenic pictures made by several members created special interest. Thursday the club will meet in the home of Mrs. Cleatus Bailey for perfecting final touches on unfinished pictures. All-occasion atools covered with Japanese woven grass will also be on the day's constructive program. Mrs. R*id served a sandwich plate. • • • Mailed announcements have arrived from Bay City, Mich., from ilr. and Mrs. Paul Flores whose aby boy, Ray Allen, was born Sept. 4. His weight was almost en pounds. This is their first hild. 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Hudson, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill McDaniels. Mrs. Thomas Jones, Mrs. Hugo Neal 'and Mrs. Mary Lee Neal were in Memphis where the Mrs. Hugo Nea! saw her physician at the Methodist Hospital. Martha and Judy Cohoon, daughters of Mr. and Mrs, Russel Cohoon, have left for their senior and junior college years. Martha attends Murray State in Kentucky and was driven to school by her father. Her uncle, and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Reynolds, drove Judy to Missouri University at Columbia. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Horrid and son, Guy, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Chester .Johnston and family of Blytheville were away several days vacationing in New Orleans, visiting Shiloh Battle Field and visiting relatives in Tennessee. Mr. and Mrs. Russel Little drove to Cherokee Village, Ark., near Hardy Sunday where they have recently purchased real estate interests. Sunday dinner guest at Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Hicks was Bondy QriHom at Hart*, » Mend of the nicte family. Mr. and Mrs. Lqte Gestrlng and three children of T^rrance, Calif., have returned to Holland wher« they will probably mate their home. At present they are staying with Mr. Gestrlng's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geslring. After several days hospitalization from pneumonia, Mrs, Paul Fowler is convalescing at her home. Seen in Memphis Friday were Mrs. Ance! Webb. Mrs. Lola Via, Mrs. Carl Reid, Mrs. Sam Kenley,' Mrs. Noble Capehart and Mrs. L. Berry. Mrs. Carl Keiiley of Memphis and her mother, Mrs. Jim Brackin, of Blytheville were guests at the Sam Kenley home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Taylor left Friday for the annual reunion of the Ballinger family who meet at Norris-Tracey Park on Cub Creek near Parsons, Tenn. Of the nine Ballinger daughters and sons, of whom Mrs. Taylor is one, eight survive. Mrs. Annie Cohoon has been dismissed from a Blytheville hospital having been under treatment several days. From Detroit Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Webb and two children were week-end .guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Neal. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jenkins and Mr. and Mrs .C. P. Jenkins ! | spent the past weekend with Mr. | and Mrs. Leonard Shavers in St.' Louis, who once were Holland community residents. The condition of Gideon Crews shows improvement. He has been »1 at his home for the past several days. James O'Neal o* Princeton, Indiana, was here Monday for an overnight visit at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Harold Bailey.' Tuesday he was accompanied home by his niece, Martha Bailey, who will remain the two months of school harvest vacation. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Dragnet Child HOLLYWOOD ffi — K'a a bubf girl for Mrs. Lesley Alexander, wile of television's Dragnet detectlvt Bea i-Vank Smith Alexander. The baby weighed in at 1 pounds 10 ouncw yesterday and was named Lestejr Beth Alexander. 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