The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 28, 1955 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1955 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREB Majority of GOP Leaders Convinced Ike Will Run By ARTHUR EUSO.V WASHINGTON (AP) — A big majority of Republican leaders now seem to be convinced President Eisenhower will run again. , . , . The Associated Press today completed a poll of 134 Republican governors, state chairmen, national commiltcemcn or national committeewomen. They were asked: "Da you be-lomlng national committee-woman: ••I'm conlident he'll run again. He won't let the nation down." Perrv Compton, Mlssour slate , chairman: He will run and "will i win re-election handily. He is too lieve Eisenhower will run again?" This is their answer: Yes, if ... 19 No 11 Don't know or no comment 21 The -yes. if" classification is I good a soldier not to continue as- for those who said yes. if he has sistlner his country when it reeds recovered sufficiently from his] help." heart attack of las! September. I L. Judson orhouse, A follow-up question also was asked: "If nol. wnom do you consider most likely to win the GOP nomination? " Since most of the politicians al- Alf Landon. ready had said they thought the] Based on Hunch President would run again, not! Some conceded '.heir pveowUons man. will happen if he doesn't. Ten said they ihink Vice Presi- New York ! state chairman: "Eisenhower will be re .elected by the greatest margin of states since 1936" when Franklin D. Roosevelt rolled over , ny cared to speculate on what] were based on little more than a hunch. Mrs. Raymond W. Wheeler, chance if Eisenhower drops out. Other Suggesions Other suggestions included: Sen. William P. Knowland fCalifi. Chief Justice Earl Warren. . Secretary of the Treasury George H u m p h r e y, Rep. Joe Martin (Mass!, Sen. Leverett Saltonstall (Mass). Sen. Everett Dirksen illli. Gov. Christian Herler IMnssi. Gov William G. Straiton (III), former Gov. Thomas B Dewey (NY). dent Richard Nixon has the best' Massachusetts .commllteewornan. raid. "Yes. on a guess, because, Leonard Hall ithe GOP national; i the chairman) looks so happy." people will consider his heart condition as a liability. The voters will accept the Presidents word that he is well enough to handle the job." Most of the 17 who don't think Eisenhower will run again preferred to remain anonymous. Among those who didn't mint having their names used was Gov J. Bracken Lee of Utah, an outspoken critic of the administra tion. Lee said he doesn't think Ike will run, and that he favors Knowl and. N. Bryant James, chairman o. the Louisiana State Cemral Com miltee, said: "As much as I wouk lik<i to see him run, I don't think Eisenhower will run again." He picky Nixon as the most likely Of those who don't know. Rep. j Clarence Brown of Ohio pretty well I Atomic Energy May Save U.S. Chestnut Trees ATLANTA (/PI — Atomic energy . may save the (allied American iftcstnul tree, threatened by extinction by a blight diKen.se. Atomic radiations can change the genetic .structure of some plants. Sometimes these altered plants are resistant to diseases. Seeds of the chestnut tree will be sprayed with atomic X rays in ho|*s some will become changed and able to resist the chestnut blight, Dr. W. Ralph Singleton of the University of Virginia told the American Assn. for the advancement of science, Colds N/AOORUB CENTRAL METALS PARTY — Central Metals Products Co. had a Christmas-party Saturday for their employes and their children. They also gathered food for needy families. In picture, Riley Quick, plant manager, is shown at Christmas tree amid pop-drinking youngsters. (Courier Xews Photo) Others felt ii still is too early: sums up the sentiment: ! "Who knows? Right now I don't ; think even the President does." for predictions. ''Anyone who tries to answer j t!:ose questions at this time." Gov i End Advance for PMs Dec. 28. Arthur B. Langlie of Washington: said, "is entering God's realm, and j Got Pup Back I don't care to speculate." :„„„„,„, Her Request Came too Late If any .of the politicians felt that some voters may hesitate to vote United Nations representa-j for a man who has had a CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. lifi — An Albemarle County housewife made the perfect Christmas gift live Henr Cabnt Lodee Jr.. and attack, they didn't mention it. And when she presented her neighbor's Harold SassP a spectal assistant; Gov. Joseph B. Johnson of Ver-] children a puppy to replace the one to the President. mont said he was sure it wouldn't th£d_ «eenlly losU The pup she SHAWNEE, Okla. vfr-A woman wrote to the Pottawatomie County clerk's office this week, asking whether her husband has started vorce action yet. She wasn't an- ry. Instead, she was willing to elp. In her letter the woman asked: "Will you give me the name of nis | l r gne Dunne Hurt lawyer so I can pay for the divorce ; I would like him to go ahead with it so he can be free for the girl nc is planning on marrying." The clerk's office discovered av divorce was granted a week ago. But, mostly, the Republicans] make any difference, pinned their hopes on Eisenhower: "It begins to look lately as running again. Some sample quotes: j though Eisenhower will run again." Johnson said. ''If he decides to obtained from the local SPCA shelter Hooked precisely like the one that had gone astray several weeks And, as a matter of fact, Mrs. Kathryn K. Melouey. Wy- run again. I don't think the Amer- was. enjoy Step into a new and wonderful kind of living! Live in a climate that you control completely, whete no -whim of the weather can spoil your comfort. 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No RESERVATION'S Therp are no Indian reservations in Texas, although ten different tribes lived within the, state's present boundaries at one lime or another. HOLLYWOOD I.*)—Movie actres- ! Irene Dunne fell in her home Fri! day and had to eat her Christmas I dinner from a wheel chair. She said i she feared al first she had senouslv i injured her hip, bui X-rays disclosed no broken hones. , "Ahoy" original!? was the battle I cry of the Vikings. NEW YEAR'S EVE DANCE JOHNNY GREER AND HIS SOUTHERNAIRES 9:00 TIL 1:00 American Legion Auditorium ADMISSION $3.00 PER COUPLE (Favors For Everyone) Tickets on Sale Floyd White's Shoe Sh>r« Sponsored by Dud Cason Post 24 of the American Legion The one drink your Holiday Guests will welcome ...Coca-Cola You're sure to have guests. They're sure to want Coke. Better have plenty...almost everyone appreciates the best! Get Extra Coke For The Holidays LWft i, * w jr-»—. 12 bottle carton 50c flu* Deposit IpmtO UNDtK AUTHOHITY Of TMI C 0 C A . 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