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SATURDAY, SKl'TKMliKK 27, UM7 BI,YTHEVIL1-E (ARK.) COURIKH NKWS PAGE SEVEN Eisenhower Eyes The White House General Refrains From Squelching Presidential Boom FRENCH LICK. Iml.. Sept. 27.— • UP>—-Gen, Dwlght D. Elsenhower "looks iuul sounds" to :i veteran Washington newsman '•like a man who can't got hi.s eye off tlic While House," Lylc C. Wilson, Washington manager for United Press said last nitiht Hint Eisenhower has "ducked" the issue of his "availability for the prcs- idemiaJ nomination although there were ways he could have "squelched" an Eisenhower boom. "Twice within 2-1 hours this month, General Ike avoided spciri- lic answers to .specific questions about his avnliability for a presidential nomination in HMS." Wilson paid. "He has ducked the issue be- Jorn this, loo." •Wilson said he believed political writers find politicians will continue to rale Eisenhower as a presidential potential "until he comes clean." WiLson -said there were ways Ki- seiihov.Tr could have disclaimed pt>- litk'id intentions. He pointed out that Gen- WWiam T. Sherman during the Civil War and Gen. George C. Miir.shall this year "forcefully" look themselves out of the picture. Eisenhower would niakr? a uoocl president, Wilson said. But, he said, there is :i reluctance to en trust uovernmem to a "military man on Getting a Free Ride Truman Talks Of Avoiding Inflation in U. S. WASHINGTON, Sl'l'l. 27. cUP> — PrrsldeiH Trmnnn \y.irneri » p,TOl>\> of visiting stnli 1 bank commissioners yi'sterdny dial (Ills nntlou must 1 wulrti its "kuUtlnp," If U is to avoid inflation. 11 1> nu't :i group of the commissioners Ir. the Rose OimlrMi of tlio White House. They liad jusl lonr- cil I he official i-osiclence :i((ev iv meiHinn In ilie capital. "We HIT I'lwiit tlir only country in Ihi? worhl not immediutely llircntcncd by Inflation," Mr. Tvu 111:111 Krtid, hut ho Hcldccl th:it "we cnn eii.slly urvlve nt tlmt .suiyo If we don'L tend to our knitting carefully." The I'le.v.m-ni praised I ho work of the Feitonil Uepo.sit Insumiu'c* Cor|>..— lir.sl to the bunk commissioners meeting —-and its member orjiuniy.ulions for having reduced Imi'k fnlhiiTs to one ol the lowcsl points in histcny. To Attend Fair "Eisenhower could not be nominated by merely tipping his hat," V/il.son .saici. -'Gov. TliQinas E. Dc-\-- ey and Ken, Robert A. Tan .sa\v ihe While House first. If Ike Ls Lo i^o next year it will have to br? as a compromise candidate ;ift r .T De\v- ey and Taft have killed cadi oLh^r on in u convention &l.alenv.ue." Wilson said it would be "m tlie worst." la.ste' 1 for Eisenhower to f avow political iicpcs so long as lie I i-s in uniionn and serving under • President Ti'tmian. "Hut fts L)r. Elsenhower, president of Columbia University, Ike eoitUl speak freely--and perhaps he will," Wilson .saicl. Wilson spoke at the Gist annual convention of the Priming Industry of America, inc., national trade association or the commercial printing industry. Si> p . eow;;ivls, :i\: inl'.t'is t;t tin. 1 -.uuur.il Itocleo heltl in Mudtson So,\iarc Garden. New Vuik, t;H a liee i ule troni obbgins; red eaps as they arrived at (jyand Criitml 'itation. I-"roin left to ripht are: Thre.ssa Bnlitli, Aria. Okla.; Kelte Smith. I'orl Worth. '1'exas; Helen Ruth Almy. Foi't \V!iiUr. Mlva Wake, FA Ceinro, Calif. Toj) row from left to rif'ln, are: Gt-raldim' i'arvar. Jirav:lc> p . Calif.; Martha Ann Graham. I'iiiftlnle. \Vyomir.B. (NKA '1'elcphoto). Russians Make Proposal On Ending Korean Dispute SEOUL. Korea. Pept. 27. lUP) Ri:s.';;a ])rop(.'.-.e(l UKi:ty that American und Ko's'iet r.Lv:utiatu>n forces withdraw sinr,iHi;:ieousl:. - f] - oin Korea nt the ! .]e;^n:u!.'. oi 13-18. Col. Gen. '1'eiviuy F. Siitikov. cliiel of t!ie Rur.:::in delegation o;i tile .ioillt Atiserieiin-Soviel Com- o;i^:sicn for Kon a. made the \vith- tirav.'^.l pro):osal a:; a means oi s'jlv- in[; Die Kcrean i^-ijblem. The lUl:>-Si;»n proposal was the I first elcar eul cit'Velopmcnt in mouths ol v.Tjtitliiiij ^iil'.in llm ] joint com:ni.s.^:on. He the Ihi.s nation's finatiees ur. one of Uio E Bodies Recovered N. Y., 8<-pt, 27, tUi'l — Tlic known ('.enth loll In Hit 1 mi3h of two 81'. fjavvri'nce River ves:iel:i ro.'ie lo eight lodny wllli cllfl- eovery ol .six badly burned bodies uljoard Ihi- wreeked eoal frcliitilcr S. .'3. Mllverlon. Six crewmen still were iinnccounl- ed for. Steel Oil Barrel Racks Any 8I« T. L. MftBRY The rcEixmslWlHy for safety is nul (lie responsibility of Iho com- mmilly. bul li Is Hie responsibility ol every ImiU'lchiul In the coimnu- nlly. 4ZJ MISSOURI BT. Til. it'll l I Spilled Soup Leads To War Romance To Select Rodeo Queen liITTLE liOCK, Ark.. Sept. 27 <UI»1 — Elimination conte.sLs will be hold Sixlurtiuy in LiUlc Rock anrt Xmth Littir Rock to provide lhe.sc citie.s \vitli uiuric-s in the "Queen of the Rodeo" contest which is lo fen- Uirc.' the opening dny of the Ai-ka:i- KSS Livestock Show in Little Rock, Oct. 0. The queen wil! be choson on opening night, alter all conte.sinn:s ride in ll:e t^ianci entry livestock .sho'.v an<l rodeo parade. TOWSON. M<l. IUI'1- -GlTillcl Jolin.s n-riiKcd to let pnivnlnl consent provisuni o( Penney Ivunki \vcd- dhiK liuvs .stand in the way of Jilt Diarriaitc to Ihe G.ninan iiirl he. niel over a bowl ol spiUctl s'.onp in Kronhcru Cattle. Jolin«. a fcrun-r anny nie.s.s .ser- neant in the famous German ens-' tie, uvoirjhl Ji'iiuard Kleiger lo Tow-^on Hiid they \vern inurried };ere niuler Uio lev; stringent Maryliunl inarriaf-f code. Innnnrct. only 111. would Imve been ]T<|iiired \nuier J^nnsylviinia reRU- liiiions lo obtiiin the formal con- .icllt of licr parents before she would be permittee! to marry. The eouple, who mcl when Inn- Binxl. then n waitress, spilled some sov;|) is Johns' mess hall, decided lo tie married in Maryland rather than v/atr. (or an exchange of cor- re.'iponder.cc between Germany and \ the United Stales. t;ion that Dan M. Nee, a past .state comtrandcr of IHo American l,e-j gion. wonld l>e Ihe slide jirmip':; ofieial representative to the Hlli antnial niir, lo he held liere Ot'l. 1-fj, inchisive. Mr. Nee will lie here Oct. •) anil r. ami will piirtieli'ale on Ihe pro- j i grain Kiilurday iilnlil. Ocl. 1th. ii For Dependable RADIO REPAIRS NOTICE TO PUBLIC The law offices of O«ne E. Bnd- •y liKVi.' been moved'to 411 W. italn. lAcross street from iomcry Ward.) lie sure Mom yets » good supply of Juicy ripo apples In I line for school! I nthiK iuul Canning Apples KM & SJ.W) Uu. Blytheville CURB 1:10 i:. Main' MARKET I'liono 073 RADIO REPAIR 1 ANH 2 DAY SEBV)CB ON ANY MAKE OR MODUL. RB- WOKKM<VNBH!P PHONE 2642 We call for and Delivj*- FRED CALUHAR IClectrtcal Appliance Co. Safe! znd Bfr 108 South l*rrit rtof it tU. Phone 578 We 1'icUiip «u<i Deliver LOY EICH I i Chevrolet Co. | . • ;U)I w _ wiiinui si. ! Rend Courier News WitnL Ails. •____ -•.• JUssiil li> Snakrs Women are belter snake eliartr,- rr.s than men. Three H\nmrbo v:o- inen have charmed Lheir eobi'as :-o well that Hie snakes kiss 1'uem. Flier Dies in Crash HOT SPRINGS. Ark., Sept. 27. I UP)—Funeral services were held yesterday for a 28 year old fonuei 1 World War TI pilot. Otis MeCrnw of Hot Springs, who died Thursday when bis surplus Army plane Here to Study .Maj >r aceitl-'iit may cause niin-ir ir.junc?;. lint i'.i r.u^M cn.si'.s major irjurie.s are ciui.;?tl irom minor ac- Arkansan Honored crr.shed near Hoi Springs Muni- eipal Aii-port. According lo \\.Lncs:ses, MeCra.v'.s plane went into a spin at 2,ijGO feel antl he was not able to recover. The plane exploded ami burned delaying recovery and identification of the borlv. liITTLE ROCK, Ark.. Scpl. 27. (UP)—Little Rock Municipal Jud^e Harper E. Harb is .scheduled to lead a discussion panel at the 35lh annual national safety congress m — 1 Glnea^o, O^t- 7. Tlionsanris of municipal officials from throughout the enuntiy are expected to attend. Jndye Harb \vill discuss "Pciiee Re.spon.sibilily in 't'raflic Court Cases." Cause tor Divorce CLJSVKL.'WtD, Sepl: 27. (UP)' — •William H. Male. (». testified (!t his di\ r orce hearing that hi.s vvifo rnj>ii!nrly look 51-17 out of Ins $141 5:) l)y-monl.hly paycheck, lie \vu.s ttrant- etl a divorce. Listen to Showers of Blessings Over KLCN Tomorrow Morning at 8:30 a.m. Sponsored i.y Church of The Nilzarenc Every Ex-Service Invited Man First German exchange student lo arrive in llic U. S. since, the \v;ir is llemi;mn Nickel, 18. who will study Ll Union College. Sclicnoctady, N. Y. All arrangements were made tor the. We.hr- nineht veteran by uu American ininislcr Mudyiny religious problems in licrlin. District Convention' Legion American Sunday, Sept. 28th Blythcviilc FACTOR "Henltb is Fonvjihiivj; lh;ii «:t:nic:: fioui within. The crcn within your l:oriv nnci mine all thr rlrmi'nUs of health. your nri'voir. sy:-lf'iii is ir« luuc with nsiturc's forces, you well. Consul!, a [.-InrniM at'ior about your hcalUi problems." Hours 9 to 12 and 2 to 6 Nourocnlomctcr Service lor put \Vhci\ will b? ! Hardware Mutual \ Insurance Company I of Minnesota ! Large Dividend Sartnffs i Low Not Cost Protection i For Berrlie j W. L. TAMKE ! «08 E. DavU St., P. O. Box 411 i Ph »ne Z487 BljthcTlUe, Ark. GOOD JOB! Work That'll Please Him PloMse your husband by sending hia suits lo us. We do expert worltimuiKbip al niodonilu (iricos. Wo kcup your man at hi.s best! Blytheville Steam Laundry-Cleaners Phone 4418 Allen Pickord's EAST END SHOE REP AIR SERVICE O Surplus Anny Clooils 9 Supplies • Slioos Hee us for ll\e very tws( In Army MirphM sluien. Nearly lu-w — Ite- liulll— -In lit; Kehulll. lliimhi.li for .sale, (luiliillty I'tlrcn Avull- ilile. 112 Lilly Street ',<• TJDt South. Rnut Main For Electric Wojk Call 2397 BOBS Electric Shop O Farm Wiring O House Wiring O Motor Repair} • Appliance Installation r>on 'N. nrth fit. Ulytlnville. Ark. ^ HAIRY VETCH Itullioa and Common Rye, On I it, Wheat and Hurley Seed . . . Ready for Kail Seeding , New and h'atlory Rocoiulittiincd Soybean Sacks Blythevillc Soybean Corp. 1SSO W. Main IMwne 850-57 DIRT FOR SALE P.lylhcvillf PROFIT f f town South 'if f f" 8° y^/T 1 (Pi 1 S For Sizzling ill Steaks! Curb Service Siy./.linir II"' • • • (ii'Iflni I'.rov.n . . . So Juicy an<l tciui'.'r it ni'lts in your iviouth—tliat'rf llio kind of steaks \vi! serve. l''m- the finest food anywhere—al- \v;iys »ii\v.' nl the DIXIKLAXI). Courteous service, Highway 61 North at Holland, Mo. By Readitif/ lite Classified Ads Kvcry Day! ;>%sv < Wi III II i Hi W* ' IP : IP! m • M \ My. » «•>>: ' ! A > I j>: ' a: : J V.'>" • &* ' ^ft: P : M ; : ; : &%' w : PP : m : m : m \ M : ! nj>; « M*: i S!*!-' < PROFIT Hy Advertising In The Classified Columns When You Wunt To Hny or Sell Ads Placed by 10 a.m. Will Appcw Same Dai/ AH Classified Advertising Payable in Advance Phone 4461 Blytheville Courier News • V • ~. Phone 517 SALE Concrete Building Blocks Aquella Water Proofing Paint 12-48mchCONCRET£ CULVERT5 plain or reinforced Osceola Tile ond CULVERT CO. Wo Deliver 1'lnmn 63) Winter rains ond snows call for shoes in good repair. Good soles and heels prevent colds ...save doctor bills. Be prepared ... check all your shoes today. HAIFORD'S SHOE SHOP 106 So. Second St. FOKKSAL MtKCURy ttRMC AWAH 0u&4*r va Still & Young Motor Co. Lincoln-Mercury Dealer Phone 3J79 BlythcvilJc Ark. 112 Walnut St. KEROSENE & FUEL OIL CALL 2089 •Th« Old Reliable" G. O. POETZ X!*X*^*X*!!!*"*)XXX'*^*"*N Pt»«»d»M« Strrtc* PETROLEUM PRODUCTS

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