The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 10, 1951 · Page 5
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1951 New Hampshire Primary May Be Key To Eisenhower's Political Problem _BLYTHEVIU,E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS basket, The prevailing WASHINGTON, Dec. 10. (^—Republicans seeking their party's presidential nomination for Gen. Dwlght D. Eisenhower may put a lot ol their political eggs In the March 11 New Hampshire primary opinion among Elsenhower rooters now appears to be that the general will say noth- rf fng It his name is entered on the Republican ticket, awaiting results of the New Hampshire vote before making- any public statement. Senator Carlson (R-Kan), latest of the Eisenhower camp's leaders to see the general at his North Atlantic Treaty Organization Head- qaurtcrs in Paris, apparently doesn't look lor any earlier action. Senator Duff (R-Pa), another of the leaders, has delayed making a trip to Paris which he had scheduled this month. DuH has let It be known he fully expeols to get a political go-ahead signal from the general when he does go. EdH-ard Bacon and Ralph Immel. Elsenhower backers in Wisconsin, told reporterr they would accept the general's silence In New Hampshire as an indication he Is In tl.e race and would proceed from there. The general's name can't go. on the Wisconsin ballot, however, un- lesi he files an affidavit that hi Is a candidate by January 15. Thus a technically iininstrupted slate might have to be organized for him. Petitions are expected to be filed to put Eisenhower's name on both the Republican and Democratic tickets. In New Hampshire. They must be filed by January 30 and ~ the general would then have 10 days In which to withdraw his name, if he chose. _li h« Ignores the Issue, his name conceivably could E o "on both bal- the state wlU not lose its coneress- lols, although state officials prob- -•-- ••»"' •»" congress ably TOuld be called upon to settle this question. Eisenhower's backers have ex- „. „„,.„ „, mlllm pressed confidence that the general named by Taft to manage tne can sweep the primary. If he should Ohloan's. bid for support in Minne- «'ir* n,i hntji Ij/iT.n.,. n_....t_i: _. t _ n*t. _ ... .uiinii. ien until 1953. His appeal will go before a convention committee headed by Roy " Punrs of Minnesota, recently manage the win on both tickets, Republican supporters feel that they then could obtain from him a statement that he would be willing to seek the nomination. As politicians generally see the situation, the Republicans who want the general to' be their nomN ^.Tcommee nee have got him interested to the winmuwe. point where he isn't going to interfere in their operations. But they apparently have not/yet convinced Eisenhower there is the sola. The committee will meet in !d supporters, while Eisenhower has 10 public backer among the group, iiiy action the committee takes is subject to ratification by the Na- qonvinced Elsenhower there is the More than 100 persons in the popular demand for him that they Unitccl States get Tree clnthes from contend exists—a demand of such a North Carolina factory in ex- proporttons that he might feel justified in giving up his NATO command and seeking the presidency. Any tangible evidence of that demand shown by results of the New Hampshire primary would go a long way toward putting Eisenhower publicly in the race, his supporters believe. Whether he gets into the contest or not, backers of Senator Robert A Taft of Ohio, an avowed presidential aspirant indicated they would fight a proposal to Increase New York's strength irt next July's nominating convention by four votes. New York Is losing two congressional seats and has been cut back to 96 convention votes In Tentative allocations which call for & 1,200 vote total at the convention . William L. Pfeiffer. Republican state chairman, wants the National Committee to boost New York's total to 100 votes because he saj's ~g LfUURS A N t> TH1 FAMOUS FORMAL *C OMF V S* "CLEO" White Satin—Tint- able AA-B Widths 6.00 Black or White Satin AA-B Width! 6.00 I 1 "TEA-FOR-TWO" Lovely'Black Satin AA-B Widths 6.00 MEN'S OPERA— Available in Brown B-D Widths 6.50 NOT ILLUSTRATED Daniel Green Leather Slides in Blue or Reii. 5.50 Ballerina's in White Tintable Satin 3.50 Corduroy Slides in Red or Blue 3.00 s K a p A S Si I Tosjery Testers More than 100 persons in :hanee for a report on how they itand up under wear. SEZ H007—The "shcolar" responsible for (his traffic sign had belter go back to "shcool" and brush up on his "shpelling " Embarrassed highway officials blamed a slip of the brush for the misspelled sign near the Washington Irving School, Gates NY PAGE FTVB Red Propaganda Guns Fire Blast At Man Who May Be Ambassador Shop Our Windows for New Advanced Styles * '• SH O E S.I Good Shoes & Hosiery WASHINGTON, Dec, 10. W'j-So- vIH Russia has turned Its propaganda guns on the man who may be next u. S, ambassador to Mos- w, He Is George F. rCennan, former State Department counsellor and an outstanding authority on Soviet affairs. Ofiicials here said the Moscow radio, in n broadcast recorded by U. S. monitors, accused Kcnnan of having voiced "hate" for the Soviet Union. The blast was regarded as possibly .significant, but. it was not. believed to be conclusive evidence that the Kremlin might refuse to receive the veteran career diplomat. A Moscow dispatch this week said observers there were Inclined to believe the Soviet government would like to have him. Kcmian lias been under Communist fire previously. President Truman said last month he had talked with Secretary or state Ache.son about the possible selection of Kennan as ambassador to Moscow. Mr. Truman said Kennan would make a good envoy, if named as the successor to Admiral Alan G. Kirk, Kennan would not take the post before next spring. Texas Policeman Is Suspended After Attack TROUP, Tc-x.. Dec. 10. <AP) — Chief of Police w. H. Rawllngs, charged with beating and kicking a ndvspapmiormin, ed Saturday. was suspend. Mrs. Irene Edwards, co-editor of the Troup Banner arrl Tyler Journal, weekly papers, said Chief Rawlings cursed her and struck her several times and kicked her legs when she asked facts about a traffic accident. The police chief told Jim Hughes, a reporter for the Tyler Momiiuj Telegraph, that he had reason for the attack, but refused to say what the reason was. When asked If It couldn't hav. been handled some other way, Raw- iings said, "Well, I am not c>pabl* of saying." * Mayor Alton Ashby suspended the chief temporarily. He said th» City Council will consider n per- mnnent suspension at Us regular meeting Monday. The officer, charged with aggravated assnult, was released on $750 bond signed by E. H. Harris and L. A. Cambrcll, Troup city councHmcn. Mrs. Edwards said the officer »t- tnrked her after she asked him for the name of a child Injured In a bicycle-auto accident in Troup. Sh« reported he told her he was tired of her bothering him and then struck her. Virtue Has Reward WADENA. Sask. 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