The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 4, 1952 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 4, 1952
Page 7
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TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1952 FLYTHEVIU.E (ARK.) COUR1KK Top Presidential Candidates Talk On '/ Can Win No Matter' Tkeme By Tim AwHlatod Vrun The presidential campaign at Die three top Republican hopefuls was attuned today to the' theme. '•! can win no matter what anybody says." Sen. Estes Kefauyer of Tennessee, the most active Democratic candidate, pitched his speeches to much the same key. The candidates aimed (heir polit- ical oratory at New Hampshire's voters, who hold the nation's 1952 presidential preferential prl- imiry next Tuesday. On the Republican' side, former Minnesota Guv. Harold Htasscn imU (Jen. Duit-ht D. Ei.senlHnvei '.s cans- pni^n manner, Sen. Lodirc of M is- sachiiEctts. already were on the scene. Sen. Robert A. Tan of ohiu Old-Fashioned Town Meeting Held in New Hampshire Capital CONCORD, N.H. M'l—The good Republicans of this snow-crusted fitatf cnpltal held a reasonable far- simile of a New England political town meeting last, night. Surprised, but secretly pretty pleased with' the national hubbub caused by their March 11 primary, EOO of them turned out to hear twn presidential candidates and four proxies. Thry divided they rnsy di MatVp pomi etu-e jjrinmry was due Thursday. Kefauver arrives today to drum up the Democratic vote, I Here are the latest happenings in the campaign camps: 1. Stassen predicted lie would i riraw "considerable" of the would ! be backers of Gen. Doui-ula.s Mac• Arthur in New Hampshire. He repented; what lie has said often, thai Taft and Elsenhower can't win be- they cancel out one another 2 Lotfse said Eisenhower would be "a fighting campaigner who will make every Truman bureaucrat •niKl <lcm:!£0gue take out lor tbe high bills." 3. Taft, in Wisconsin, said there! I is no basis for the charge Umt mi. their applause—as] "Taft, can't win/' He promised or-; ivltic their votes In the j SRnliK'd labor a Republican Admin-; ilarily contest prefer- | Istrfttlon would "perfect" a Taft- PAGE SEVBN next lly between advocates for Sen. Robert A. Taft of Ohio and Oen. Dwi^ht D. Eisenhower. They listened just ns politely, if not enthusiasticEilly, to William R. Schneider, a St. Louis attorney whr> is ntriuinp for the GOP piTpUlpntlal nomination. as thr-y did to former Gov. Harold E, Stamen of MinriP- SOtf*. When everybody had spoken his piece—including two uppcri!.* for non-candid ale Gen. Douufas Mnr- Arthur—individuals got np in tbe audience to ask nnrl Ret nn.swprs to qupRtloiis on world problems. Sfassen, as the only major president la f candidate present In person,! si look hands with everybody nf the <loor. .Somebody forgot, however, to bring out, the' cakp and ice cream. about I Hartley Law that would ''meet all reasonable demands." Democratic: 1. Kefauver told a Boston audience "a strong organization to out : to get me" in the New Hampshire , primary, "but the final decision ! rests with the people and I am out [ for fliis support." ' '2. Sen. Robert 5. Kerr of Oklahoma snid In a recorded San Dlcgo speech that the Democrat p were "never stronger" and the Republicans "iifiver weaker or more divided." fie accused "reckless Republican leaders"—he named Taft—of Injuring the United Nations position In the Korean pence talks. 3. Sen. Humphrey <D-M!nn> mentioned as a possible favorite son randidfUe for the Democratic Hudson Prints the First Big Suit News ForSpring Deep, Rich avy Blue Gabardine But maybe It wa.s too cold. New Hampshire Is taking PRETTY POPPY-ficrwn »c- tres« Ginger Crowley of Hollywood has been named "Buddj Poppy Girl for 1952" and will Bid In the annual national sale of Buddy Poppies, sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Warr Marine Sends Income Tax— t Enough seri- onsly, 6i]t- unexeiletlly, the nation's first ballot test of the relative popularity of Eisenhower. Taft nnrt Stassen on the Renubllcnn side and! Truman anrt Son. Kefauvpr <D- Tenni. on the Democratic ticket. Kefauver, who really covilrt use hla Tennessee noon skin cap in this Northland nrra. resumr.s bh hniui- shaking campaign in the state to- nioi-row. Sen. .Sulronstall and Sen, l/xlgfr of Massachusetts, as well us other Elsenhower backers, are booked for appearance*. Taft comes to the state for a three-day campaign starting Thursday, At last night's "town meeting" of Republicam. Stassen praised MacArthur highly and promised again to call on the five-star general for T> residential nomination, said In Washington there should bt a showdown on the President's civil rights program with Southern Democrats backing Sen. Hussoll. "Inevitably" the next fYe-strtent will be a Republican !f the Democrats retreat on this issue, he Enid. •4. New Mexico Democrats nominated Sen. Chavez and Heps DernpFey i and Fernandez to succeed themselves. Foster Mother Says 'Nothing To' Kidnaping Advlcc If he (Sta.^enl elected. CHICAGO CAP) — John T. Ja- recfci, collector of lnt«m&] revenue In Chicago, yestwrdny dlscloMd • letter he received from & Marine In Korea. The Marine, unidentified, had re- oelved n notic* that h* owed $30.30 on tiii 1060 *M. Ha wrote: "Tow <ju«*ti«vn»lr« WM for- wmrttod *o m* by my mother and I hop* th« enclosed contribution will tide the government over in these dlro times. I can certainly assure you that you will receive the $90.30 from ma when I return to civilian Hfe. K Wlfch ww l*«er w** & hank not*100 Korean won. Jareckl said It was worth about one -third of cent. Communists Trial Is Postponed NEW YORK (AP)—Sixteen *ec- ondfcry Oomm*nW leaders hav iron * delt? In th«lr trial until March 31. ||'.Ther wir« to hart tone on trial T^sterday, but Federal Judge Edward, J. Dlmock granted their plea for & postponement *o they can hav« mor< time to plan their de- fenM. The Ifl wer« Indicted June 20 on charges of conspiring to teach and advocate the violent overthrow of the government. IN HAPPY MOOD—Mrs. Klea- nor Kocscvell is all smiles as she dons a dopalla presented to lier m Karachi, Pakistan, by Uit All-Pakistan Wonrjen's As^ocio- lion. The widow of the lale Piesidenl is on a lour of the Near and Far East, He: said he also will seek the advice nnd efforts of Elsenhower tn Europe. If he becomes "President. Rep. Kerter (R-Ma?s). spending >r Eisenhower, aald Elsenhower :«n't lift a finger to advance Ms wn candidacy" but If he Is nom- iat«d "he will be absolutely free" > carry o\it hfs own policies. Rep. Ayres fR-OhSo 1 *, speaking for aft. recalled the courtship ot Pris- 11 a. by Myles atnndish, pointing out hat the maiden had told John Alen to "speak for himself." He snSd "aft was doing thnt. inthnntln^ that "tsenhower was In the position of "(andish. J. Leo Bonneau, publisher of the uncook Valley Free Press, a weekly patxr. told the Republicans that TflcArthur will accept a draft, tie- plte his .statement that he is not candidate. "lie has never paid he does not hooae to run," Bonneau declared, At Berlin. N. H., Lodge told a JTOUP of Republicans that when itsenhower's Job RA commander of :he North Atlantic Treaty Organization force.? In Europe is complrted ic will return to become "n fight- ng campatgnftr who will make rvcry ~"mmnn bureaucrnt and demagogue ftke out for the hlgrh hills." ^ Calif. 'API — A young housewife says there'5 a remote possibility she ,ls Mary Acnes MOroney, who was kidnaped In Chicago nearly 22 years asm. But her foster mother said, "There's nothing to It." Mrs. Mnry McLellantl, 24, and her husband Everett became interested when shown a newspaper photo i^raph of another Moroney child and noticed a strong resemblance to Mary. However, Mrs,. Charles F. Beck, who adopted the girl from a foundling home in Martinez. Calif., Aug. 19, 1930, said records show the first petition for adoption of "Man Beck" was dated May 9, 1830—six clays before the kidnaping of Man Moroney In Chicago. A Finer, Smoother, Softer Fabric than ever before. The Rich Fabric that makes any man look his best in any crowd. Hudson Bought Ihe entire Factory Output To Bring You this Low Price % !»Vf J.5. Locomotive Expected BANKOK. Tlinllaud. W)—Delivery ,f the first of 45 die.^el locornctive.'- irdered from the United States by he Thai Railways Organization Ls •xpected In Aprll.Officlals announced tho llrst.'ihlpment probably will Cashier Robbed In Busy Center NEW YORK OT—A woman cushier lost $4,200 to » robber tn busy Rockefeller Center — »nd nobody noticed a thing alms-i. ! hliss Elaiisc Felnster, re/jtRurant cashier, was en route to a bank yesterday, she snirf. when a man accosted her, his hand thruat In his pocket na though holding a gun. I He ordered her Into the side en-1 trance of the Associated Press Building and took an envelope from her. consist of four or five of the 30 500 horsepower engines ordered. The re- I mainder ordered were 1,000 horse power looDinoiives. • *V4 UlJ-fashioned Straight Kentucky Bourbon with Ihe smooth The last word in fine tailoring . . . Idea! to wear for party dress . . . Coat or slacks can be worn well with contrasting garments . . . Tailored by one of America's best known manufacturers . . . You would easily expect to pay $50 to $60 for this quality fabric and tailoring . . . See Hudson Before You Buy A Spring Suit! Suit as illustrated also available in turf tan, thrush brown or silver gray . . . single or double breasted —n_ _ __—>—, _-~—...-»,, ^ » < 7--v«<.-*.t^CTf- G^j,iaj'^>: .-->»• iui »my^u . .T5.' J mJAL»^'.Mfc.- if "j«El BlSlllllXi CiWAtt, HWyiUE. *r . IS fIJJF . ;g|s WKISHnj t IMS Ctl HUDSON CLEANER - CLOTHIER - TAILOR Blytheville, Arkansas Sreele, Missouri

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