The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 2, 1956 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 2, 1956
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FRIDAY, MARCH J, 1958 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THKEV Nixon Squarely on the Spot As GOP Ponders His Future By JAMES MARLOW Aisoclawd Press Newn Analytt WASHINGTON (AP) — Richard M. Nixon — tall, dark, 43, and an unusually active vice president — can't help feeling self-conscious. At this moment he doesn't know whether the Republicans will pick him to run again. But he has plenty of time — between now and his party's convention next August — to work to keep his job and wonder what, if anything, he's done wrong. He has worked hard for the Republican party—and for himself, of course, since he is ambitious— and for President Eisenhower, who has repeatedly praised him. He has strong Republican support in Congress and among: state chairmen and national commlttee- m%n. But there is some Republican sentiment for ditching him. He has been a controversial figure—certainly among Democr; Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission lac & 35c At Ail Times FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature — AND — EVAKS - Km 'Km Serial "Sea Hound" No. 11 And Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY METRO NEWS , AND CARTOON When the time came for Eisenhower to say he'd run again—as it did Wednesday—he lauded Nixon once more but declined to say whether he wanted his vice president as a running mate again in 1956. He will wait until the convention, he said. Job Important Eisenhower knows that because President and vice president they choose: that a vote for the vice president on Eisenhower's ticket may be a vote for president. Nixon was a hard campaigner in 1952, and again in the 1954 con- gi essional campaign, which the Republicans lost. The Democrats, shooting around Eisenhower, made Nixon a main target just as he did with them. Nixon said the usual things. He called the Democrats "Doomo- ocrats" and "Dumocrats" and he spoke of then President Truman as tli a t "piano-playing letter writer." Those weren't the things which turned the Democrats' fury against him. It was the way he charged them with being "soft" on communism and with letting Communists penetrate the government. Truman apparently despises him. Last November Truman was quoted—but later denied using profanity—as saying "I don't like the — — - — and I don't care who knows it." Last Feb. 3 Truman exploded hardest. He accused Nixon of having called him a traitor. Nixon on Feb. 13 ,denied he had called Truman a traitor -or the Democratic party the,, party of treason. Leon' ard W. Hall, chairman of the Republican National Committee, said he'd give $1,000 to charity if Tru- rnuid prove Nixon railed him traitor. Paul M. Butler, chairman of the Democratic National Committee said Hall was "splitting: hairs" and trying to "clean up" Nixon for the 1956 ^campaign. He didn't show where Nixon had actually called Truman a traitor. But he said Nixon tried to give that impression and accused him of being- the "leading practitioner of a cruel and malignant political weapon the not-quite-libelous Without calling them traitors to their country, Nixon once did use the word in speaking of Truman, former Secretary of State Dean Acheson and 1952 Denvcratic presidential nominee Adlai ' E. Stevenson. On Oct. 27, 1952, he said those three men were: "Traitors to the high principles YOUR FRIENDIT THEATRt Northeast Arkansas' Most Popular Theatre! Saturday Night 10:30 p.m. • SUN. • MON. •TUES. PEMISCOT FUND SEEKERS—Pemiscot County's drive for $10,100 in contributions this month for the Red Cross IP backed by these people who spoke at a meeting to start movements for selection of a new county chairman. They are (left to right): front row—Perry Cooperman, Tony Luck- enbach and Mrs. D. P. Randolph, all of Caruthersville; Arthur Morehead, of Washington, D. C., assistant secretary of the National Red Cross, and : . Clark Poppell, of Cape Girardeau, Red Cross area, supervisor. (Photo by Sanders) . : gressman from Arkansas. Dr. Womack was a classmate at toe Dniversity of Oklahoma, of Dr. Godley. Mrs Jack Uzzelle used yellow jasmine to decorate her country in which many of the nation's j home when she entertained Town Democrats believe. Real ano - Country Canasta Club Thurs- Democrats are outraged by the Tru m an - A cheson - Stevenson gang's toleration and defense of communism in high places." OSCEOLA NEWS By Bettye Nelle Starr Mrs. Braxton Bragg and Mrs Inez Henderson of Little Rock were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wildy of Etowah. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad White had as their weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Ned Duncan and children of Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Radcliff announce the' birth of their second cnlla, a daughter, Ann Elizabeth, born last week in a Memphis hospital. The Radcliff's have another daughter, Mary Lynn. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hampton of West Memphis spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. John Douglas, and Mr. Douglas. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson and daughter Judy visited in Monette Sunday. Nathan Weinberg, who underwent surgery in Campbell's Clinic recently, has returned to his home. Mrs. R. H. Jones was in Little Rock Tuesday where she was invi- to give the devotional at the executive board meeting of Arkansas Women's Mission Union. Dr. and Mrs. Lloyd Godley and Dr. and Mrs. G. J. Womack of lrs~ver, Okla., moved to Manila his week where the two doctors will begin practice of medicine, having bought Ration Clinic in Manila. Dr. Godley is the son of Mr. and Jrs. Lloyd Godley in Osceola. Mrs. Godley is the former Miss Peggy THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blytheville Phone 3-4621 The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound Driver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. U. Driver of Lexington, Va., formerly of Osceola, and the granddaughter of the late Judge and Mrs. W. J. Driver. Judge Driver was for many years con- day for luncheon. Mrs. A. C. Davidson was the only guest. Mrs. Guy Driver and Mrs. David Larey were high score winners. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Teaford were hosts Saturday night to the Couples Bridge Club at their new home on East Drive. Guests playing with the club were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dyess and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Whistle. Following a dessert course high club prize went to Mrs. Dick Prewitt Mr. Dyess won high for the men and Mrs. Dyess won the guest prize. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Mrs. Claudia. M. Cagle has filed application with the City Engineer of the City of Blytheville, Arkansas, ff;r a Permit to establish a House- Trailer Court on Lot 1, Block 14 of Chickasawba Addition to Blythe- viljp, Street Address being 803 W. Ash Street. 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