The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 21, 1952 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 21, 1952
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XAT SI, 1«M (AKK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE Taft, Eisenhower Backers Colide m quest for Votes As Others Lock in Debate Pre? lion's security. i Borne Taft and Eisenhower collided Ui their quest presidential-nominating votes, locked in House debate to- d*r on tte issue of foreign aid •pvoding. 7orc«£ of Ben. Robert Taft of Ohio won seven of Montana's eight Republican delegates at a convention in Helena last night. Gen. Dwight Eisenhower's backers got on* after blocking a move to in- »truet the delegation (or Taft. Bbtt ki at least five other states— Maryland, Washington, Connecticut, Minnesota and Texas—signs of ih« continuing struggle were patent. At Annapolis, Maryland Gov Theodore McKeldin said he wants his stele's M delegates, to be picked at a Baltimore meetini Saturday, to be uninstructed nni uncommitted. McKeldin, expecte< to head the group as favorite son reportedly favors Eisenhower. Washington's OOP convention a Spokane Saturday will wind up on of the bitterest battles in year A statement by Eisenhower yes- erday, meanwhile, was measured campaign significance in the Republican camp. On a farewell isit to The Netherlands, the general said he does not "aspire" to he GOP nomination. ' Suit Under Advisement Sen. John Bricker told a reporter n Washington that his Ohio col eague, Taft, is sure to become the ominee if Eisenhower meant he would not actively seek nornina ion. But Sen. Irving: Ives of New York and Sen. Fred Seaton o Nebraska, Eisenhower backers said the statement does not mean the general will refuse to discus major issues before the July 7 con vention at Chicago. TafL's 7-1 delegate victory ove Eisenhower in Montana puts him ahead of the general 384 to 339 ii the Associated Press tabulation c nation-wide delegate strength. At Montana's Democratic cor vention, also held yesterday ? Helena, a 12-vote uninstrucled dele gallon was named. Eight vote were uncommitted, two favorc for its 24 voles. Elsenhower Icndcvs j Gov> Adlai Stevenson of Itlinoi claim at least 16, but Tafl backers predict an even-sleven split. Eisenhower partisans expect to ^et all 22 of Connecticut's GOP "clegates to be chosen at a Hartford convention May 26-27, Taft backers are frankly pessimistic or their chances. Bricker Comments At Austin, the Texas State Su- pr*me Court had wider advisement a suit aimed at deciding which set of contesting delegates should be certified to the May 27 GOP State Convention. Arguments, whifch ended yesterday, Involved Taft and Eisenhower forces. Booster* of Taft and Eisenhower wer* Mtpected bo Tine up in the House on oppootte sUee of the debate opening today on the administration's $7,900,000,090 foreign aid program. Taft he« *aid be would supppr * bill totaling six billion dollars— tfce measure already has been trimmed about a billion in corn mlttee*. Btoenbower has said the billion-4oUar cut would hurt »ny more would wvfcvnger the na nd one each favored Sen. Este •Celauver of Tennessee and Sen Robert Kerr of Oklahoma. NOW! PAY ONLY A DIME A DAY AT DREIF NO TRUCE ON THE FRONT—Mortar crew of 45lh Infantry Division, somewhere In Korea, lay* down a barrage on enemy position, after spotters observed movement along the Red front lines. South Africa Racial Fight Continued CAPETOWN, Sohth Africa f/P)— Prime Minister Daniel F. Malan's Nationalist forces kept up their relentless fight today against opponents of their white supremacy policy. They kicked a Communist out o: Parliament and ordered another of! the Provincial Council of Cape Province. Both men represent the colored voters 'persons of mixed blood) of Cape Province, the country's only non-white voting group. Nationalist legislation to' insure an end to 'Ike' Favored In Connecticut Republicans Meet Monday, Tuesday HARTFORD. Conn. OP* — State administration leaders predict the Connecticut Stnte Republican Convention next week will be an all- Eisenhower .show. They've been saying so right along, bub- with particular emphasis since Gen. Dwight Eisenhower won widespread support last month m caucuses at which the 626 state convention delegates were chosen. They meet here next Monday and Tuesday to elect Connecticut's 22 delegates to the national convention. State Chairman Clarence F. Baldwin said today: "The majority of the delegates to the Republican State Convention are pro-Eisenhower and reflect the strong sentiment for him held bj the vast majority of our Connecticut people. "Every sign pohits to 32 delegates for Eisenhower-** Power Greater Than Atom Developed this voting right is awaiting proval by the Senate. ap- Life is Lrfc* That CLEVELAND OP) — A nest o young robins at Euclid Beach Par' may fly in circles when they groi up. Their mother built their horn on a merry-go-round. UPTON, N. Y, tfi*) — American scientists have produced the world's first man-made, billion- volt atomic particles in their re- svart-'h. for new fields of atomic knowledge. The yisuit eosmotron. an atom smasher, at the Brook ha veil National Laboratory near here yesterday generated atomic bullets at cnegcries of 1,300.000,000 electron volts—three times the power ever achieved in any atom-smashing machine. Eventually, the atom-smasher is expected to lead to the: opposite process of that in the atomic bomb, which, in Its explosion, converts matter into energy. Now, scientists say, man some day may be able to create matter out of energy. 12 Air Officers To Be Dismissed WASHINGTON W'l — Twelve of the 14 reserve nir officers who rc- lused to My are being dismissed under honorable conditions and without court martial .the Air Force says. The other two \vpre convicted by courl martial. See if now! Today's Big Difference in automatic washer*— HALSELL& WHITE FURN. 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