The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 22, 1956 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 22, 1956
Page 5
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THURSDAY, MARCH 22,1956 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER-NEWS - PAGE mm Is Stevenson Taking His Campaigning too Lightly? By JAMES MARLOW Associated Press News Analyst WASHINGTON (AP) — President Eisenhower didn't really begin his all-out, slam-bang campaign for election in 1952 until after the Scripps-Howard newspapers complained he was running "like a dry creek". Perhaps Adlai Stevenson will be affected the same way — if that's possible for him — by the clubbing he just took from Sen, Estes Kefauver in the .presidential primary in Minnesota. After reflecting on this sad news, to domestic and world issues. Stevenson said he will now "work harder" for the Democratic nomination. This may have been an acknowledgement he thought he had the Minnesota vote in his pocket and was just breezing in his campaign there. He's been no ball of fire so far. Perhaps it isn't in his nature to be. The slow-talking Kefauver has no edge on him in that department: he doesn't give off sijuiks'either. Up to now 'Stevenson has looked like a rerun of himself in 1952: dignified, scholarly and mild, even milder than in 1952 when Eisenhower beat him. Kefauver has a touch of the home town boy about him, even homespun. , Whether these personality differences had any significance in the Minnesota now. voting cannot be said Not Significant Nor can it be said the difference in their tactics was significant. Where there was almost an ele- < gance - about Stevenson, whisking around Minnesota in search of votes, the more casual Kefauver not only loped around shaking hands but looking for hands to shake. It is just as possible Stevenson has worn out his welcome as a presidential candidate and voters are getting tired of his genteel approach Both men on Nov. 19 last year came out for "moderation "in this year's presidential campaign and they've stuck to that pretty much ever since, with Stevenson even On "moderate" than Kefauver. most subjects they talked like twins against the Eisenhower administration: In farming Minnesota they hit the loss of .farm income wherever they went, warned'ot dangers overseas, criticized lack of progress on federal aid to education, accused the administration of being for big business, attacked what they called "giveaway" of natural resources, worried that the Rural Electrification Administration was being undercut, and discussed the ability of a heart attack victim like Eisenhower to handle the presidency. Harder Aim But Kefauver took harder aim at least an appeal for fair play—was implicit in some of Kefauver's campaign. He complained about the Minnesota political leaders' support of Stevenson. The Minnesota Democratic-Parmer-Labor State Central Committee had endorsed Stevenson. Kefauver accused party le»der« of .trying to keep him out of the primary altogether. Read Courier Newt Classified Adu TV Will Teach Young Doctors BALTIMORE <«—A »1.«00 closed-circuit televiiion »«tup, including two Jl-inch screens, U to be totalled at the University of Maryland School of Medicine to simplify the teaching of anatomy. Aa many u 100 students will be able to watch the direction of a cadaver as If they were looking over the shoulder of their instructor. Under the old setup, the 100 students watched the demonstration in five groups of » so that all could Gene Nelson Sued for Divorce LOB ANGELES Iffi — Gene Nelson, actor and dancer, is accused of cruelty in a divorce complaint filed by actress Mariam Franldyn. They were married in 1943 in New York City and separated in 1953. Her complaint, filed yesterday, said a settlement had-faeen retched tint provides for her and their son Alan Christopher, k. farmers and organized labor and outbid Stevenson for both. While Stevenson talked of amending the Taft-Hartley Labor Act, Kefauver advocated Its outright repeal. Stevenson Said he was for 90 per cent of parity support of farm prices but Kefauver proposed 100 per cent support for family-sized farms and 90 per cent for the big ones. An appeal for sympathy—or it JOHNS CAFE 409 W. Main Open 24 hours except Sunday • Tasty Plate Lunches ft Homemade Pies • Hot Biscuits • Steaks & Chops Chance Of A Lifetime! 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