The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 21, 1952 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 21, 1952
Page 7
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MONDAY, JANUARY «, l9Si (ARK.) COURIER NEWS NEWS OF THE WORLD AS TOLD IN PAGE SEVEN THE EISENHOWER BOOM: How It Started And How It Grew Victory parade, New York, 1945. Ike hail won tremendous public esteem, was political "natural." Meeting with (he President. The Ke ner»1 reported In his book that Truman 'definitely and specifically" offered-to help make him fresldcitt la 1548. Was a second utter made Ust November? _ 1 c J ouhT;,y MS ' f';= nhoWe r Wr '" < ' '' New "amnshire pu u li her~ De^, L n,u "r I ^ ,T™ !l ; atlan <lf) i: » cre '"'""'d '" me- 1 Uesinle tnis, I-Like-lke" booms flourished in both parties. As president of Columbia University, 1918-50, he often spokr out for free enterprise. n. like ig to be." Despite such repeated dlsavoxvals.'Top'GOip •ewey, Lodge and Duff insisted ho was their man. «*' B^V 1 oal/orm,, 1950. lice be;••:> pn second "crusade." tils job: to defend Europe; no . . . but Senators Lougre'ind Duff (inset) went. ahead with plans to "Draft K f » \n. c-ame home in November to report on NATO, most speculation cwicerrW y,;' f' ,m ? played coy, but left door open for "my friends" who "know how lTo"ld rt>c£. Kw!?t . ren " 1 ' ps^i!it_?iifif "ANGEL" IN THE W!MGS-Taking time out from her role as an angel in a production of "Christmas Through the Ages," little Ixirelta Young, 4, gets in a few licks as a stane hand. The all-Eirl show, featuring four-and-fwc-year olds, is being produced by a. Children's Aid Society center In New York City PRESSURE IS ON FOR SCRAP—One minute It's the body of an ancient auto a junkyard. The next, it's a square block of almost solid metal,' wlghing about 4 eas,ly manageable for loading onto a railroad car. -The two pictures "s"va%1T"* toe SnfrutTfo^^"? ^ bC ' nE giV6n the pressure '^atmcm-abo^t 2500'pound, on and put .into shape for shipment to a steel plant from a scrap yard in Newark N J went hopes to redata about 1,500,000 Ions of scrap for steel product,'^^through' th« the nation's auto "gTaveyarcU." GEE, I'M FREE"—Holding a G-stnng costum* in on* hand, Llli St. Cyr, blonde Hollywood slrip artist, hugs her attorney, J»rry Geislcr, niter her acquittal on charges of. indecent txpomir* A jury of 10 women and two men took only 78 minutes to decid* Lfll'i bubble bath, performed in a Hollywood night club, was not too naughty. A few hours later she was back In Giro's doing her 4anc«, with her act held ovar for another week. M-;||j!«fe '" fp£ ^teif&t 5 I a&fcfc 4L' f fel ..., i. A f>1 J> *-M£^^^^ the-water they had been pouring on the fire fell on the em.lnm^^ ^ al lsn ^ pllm P in e- s °nie of out .„ they have ,f do ., star? I S^d^.^^^S^ T ° th3W " f VT .. — j "-•.•& ... ^vuimnjs uui AuLdy measures for big-City traffic The striped zone is replied not fully sail" factory as a safety measure. wounded ia the leg several months the ioeideu lo sufler from ''o eater is comely acirws-modd ReaM Fwmy

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