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

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, FEBRUARY T, 195J (AKK.) COURIER 1TKWI PACT SBTBH RPASOON 'Boosters Want General to Come on Home ;. Precsure U Seen A* Brewsttr Says '", Sen. Taft May Win "WASHINGTON (fPt — Evidence multiplied today that Gen. Dwlght D. Eisenhower's supporters are building up pressure for him to JJturn home and help them corral '^pe Republican presidential nomination. •In the face of this, Sen. Brewster (E-Me) predicted to this reporter that If present political trends continue. Sen. Robert A. Taft of Ohio will have the OOP nomination "sewed up" within a few weeks. Good Showinc Expected 'Brewster said he believes Ta!t will make a "good showing" in the March 11 New Hampshire primary, where he is entered against Eisenhower. .Taft left his name on the primary ballot with the assertion that he would be running against the odds, since most top Republican leaders in New Hampshire have lined up for Eisenhower. Former Oov. Harold E. Stassen of Minnesota also has entered the GOP race there. ..While the general'5 backers remained outwardly confident Eisenhower will sweep the primary, some of them said privately they -.— -• • hope he can come home before the insham police officers, acting on a OTT.4W'} "1^ , f > ' '""'"'- *o$8FiJ_ J "5 p "JCff"'^ 1 ^*"*^ COIN* SOMEWHERE. BUDDY?-MaJ. C. J. A. Hamilton, of Brandon, Manitoba, looks over a road marker near the headquarters of the 25th Canadian Infantry Brigade in Korea. Maybe he's wondering how he got so Jar from everywhere. (Canadian Army pho(o from' Cemetery's Still Spirits Uncovered BIRMINGHAM. Ala. vote. Ike May Come Home ^Scn. Cain (R-WastO told the sen- iPfe yesterday-there Is "some reason to believe that Gen. Elsenhow- er may request to he-relieved of his present assignment during the course of this year BO that he ijnlghL return to the United States." , Cain, who hasn't committed himself publicly on his presidential preference but is generally regarded as being friendly to Tart, didn't ^mention Eisenhower's recent Btate- ,irient that he would not ask to he relieved of his command in Europe. WilsonHojdT Ground Amidst Labor Squeere '• WASHINGTON (JP) — Defense mobilization officials were in fiant squeeze today, but they held their ground on a new order aimed at easing regional unemployment '-•'On one hand, there was pressure from communities like Lawrence, Uaas., and Detroit, Mich. They wanted a bigger slice of defense Jfcistoees feo put their machines and wle hantis back to worlc. On the other wag an angry cry from ttie South raised at the pos- •IbiHty of losing 'some of their "own dMense business. •.Tin the middle wa« Charles E. Wilson, defense mobilizer. Wilson put out an order Tuesday designed .to channel some defense .business tip. checked a suspicious looking grave in a Birmingham cemetery and resurrected a 55-gallon moonshine etill. 1 Into areas ment. of critical unemploy- Hudson Says: Come an 7 Get 'em! Officers J. W. Morris and P.- C Garrett said yesterday that an oil burner for use with the still was connected to an oil tank burled beneath another grave. The officers said the sttU wts all ready-to begin turning out spirits when they found it. • Visiting Around Arkansas BY J OE M A R S H "Unseen Values at Little Rock!" The other day in Little Rock, I went prowling around our state's three c&pitbl buildings for about the dozenth time. . I'll venture to say thous»T)ds of ray fellow citizens—in and out of Little Rock—have never let foot inside our old Territorial Capitol, or strolled through the grounds and appreciated the beautiful lines of the "Old" State Capitol which wa» the center of so much excitement during the War between the States. If you ever do that, and 'then go to 'the present Capitol, 'you'11 get the feel of state progress. These three buildijgi literally trace the growth of our state from its lusty territorial days to thlf present democratic era. Arkansans know how to live together. They govern themtelvei well. They recognize the fact that a citizen is entitled to a good, legal glass of beer if he wants it. They realize that the Brewing Industry, through its Self-Regulation Program, hat earned that privilege by maintaining clean, •wholesome »nd Uw-abidine out• lets. Copyright Jfit, Unit** Statt* Brew vJatten. Inc.. Arkantsa BufWirifl. Little Rock, .-i S«an today and SM for your>*l{ lh« marvelous values w« hav* (or «v«ry member of the family. You'll see typical examples of the money-saving values you'll find in abundance throughout our entire Mid.Winter Sale Book. Choose From 250 Suits! 100% Wool Suits Regular $35 17 50 100% Wool Suits Regular $45 50 22 Famous Capps Suits Boys All Wool Suits Regular $12 Regular $25 $ 36 $ 10 TOPCOATS Nationally Advertised Regular $60 & $65 50 All Long Sleeve Sport Shirts Reg. 5.95 Nationally Advertised HATS Reg. $10 & 12.50 $ 3 E. Main Phone 8131 Blytheville, Ark. All Soles Cash & Final. Small Charge For Alterations HUDSON CLEANER - CLOTHIER - TAILOR Blytheville, Arkansas Steele, Missouri

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