The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 19, 1952 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 19, 1952
Page 9
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1952 BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER K«W1 FAGS KTX1 Pentagon Almost As Anxious As GOP Over Plans of /Ike' By ELTON C. FAY WASHINGTON WV- The Pentagon Is almost as anxious as the politicians,- over Gen. Dwiglit D. Eisenhower's plans. If and when he returns home, the Pentagon will have to recommend a successor as supreme commander of Allied powers in Europe and the NATO command. develop in the lop European corn- other changes in But by no means ruled out are several other American generals, RIBBON COW N_Five hundred yards of one-inch while satin ribbon stitched onto light canvas form Hie gown of artist Gtorgie Spencer for her marriage lo Lionel Newman in London. Anti-Warren Move Started In Wisconsin MADISON, Wis. Wi— Legal steps were started yesterday to knock Cen. Earl Warren of California and his delegate slate off Wisconsin's April 1 presidential primary ballet. Max Polcyn of Milwaukee, a retired railroad yard worker, filed a petition with Atty. Gen. Vernon -Thomson in which he charged several Warren delegates candidates had filed defective declarations of acceptances as candidates. In addition, Polcyn- charged; "Mnny of them/in truth and in fact . are not affiliated with Ihe Republican party' 'and therefore are not entitled to be on the GOP primary .bal-lot. Washington talk today puts heavy including Eisenhower's chief dep- emphasis on the possibility of Gen, my. Gen. Alfred M. Gruenther. Matthew Rideway, United Nations Two Fwtorj Involved Ridgway's prominent position amo4ig those speculated on as an Eisenhower successor appears based on two primary factors: a brilliant record in World War II as a field commander plus the experience gained since he became commander last summer of the U.N. forces fighting the Communists in Korea. His Par Eastern service also has provided him, say his advocates, with the seasoning needed in the political part of a dual military- political assignment like the European post. Gruenther lias Reputation Gmenther, a close personal friend of Eisenhower, has a reputation a far-sighted planner and strategist. He has been called the "brains of the Army." But his prospects !or succeeding to the European lommand are handicapped by thi [act he has never held a major icld command, although he had a. big hand in plotting strategy dur- ng World War II as a chief of staff. For this reason, there was some speculation that Gruenther even- ually might be transferred from preparatory to grooming lim for bigger assignments elsewhere. One idea mentioned is that ie may be given command of an army as a start toward eventual advancement to the position of Army chief of staff. Bradley Said Unlikei; Gen. Omar Bradley, chairman 1 of the Joint Chiefs of staff, is' described as an unlikely party to anj change in the European commani in the Immediate future. President Truman, it is noted wanted him so badly in his present job that he reappointed him for a second term as chairman. Officials here refuse to consider seriously any possibility that a non- American might be- named to the supreme command if Eisenhower leaves. Thejr base their reasoning the thought that the Unitec States Is providing large amounts o money and substantial forces for the defense of West Europe and therefore should have the com mand of NATO forces. Britain's doughty and famous commander of World War II. Viscount Montgomery, tops the name; of Europeans mentioned. Person: who have visited SHAPE headquarters recently say Montgomery's popularity among all hands, American, as well as Europeans, has mountet sharply In recent months. COMMISSIONER'S SALE Notice k hereby given that the undersigned Commissioner In" compliance with the terms of a Decree rendered by the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas on the 25th day of February. 1952 wherein V. B Keith was piainliff (No. 11523) and Henry Backstrom and Mary Sue Backstrom ivere defendants, will sell at public auction to tho highest and besf bidder for cash on a credit of three (3) months at the South riocr" of the Court House, between the hours prescribed by law. on the 12th day of Aprl, 1952 the following described real estate to wit: Lot Six (6) Larry's Fourth Addition to the City of Blythevilie, Arkansas. Said sale will be had to saiisfs said Decree In the sum of Five Hundred Sixty - six and 68/tOO <S566.€6) with interest at eight per cent -f.8 r fl per annum from February i, 1949 until paid together with the costs therein. The purchaser at said sale wll be required to execute bond with approved surity to secure the pay ment of purchase money, and a lien will be retained upon said property as additional security lor the payment of said purchase money. WITNESS my hand and seal o said Court this 18th day of March 1952. Harvey Morris, Commissioner in Chancerj By Anita Sykes, D. C 3 19-2 OLD CABIN STILL HAND 90 PROOF KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY KIN TUCK Red Trial Now May Run Long I.QS ANGELES UPi The federa conspiracy trial of California's I top Communists goes into its 25t: day -> today,' with • Indications Its length may rival the nine-mont New York trial of the party's na tlonal leaders In 1949. Arguments on defense motions t strike testimony of the govern ment's early witnesses will occup today's court session. NOTICE OF GRANTING OF LIQUOR PERMIT Notice is hereby given .that th Department of Alcoholic Beverag Control has issued a permit N T o. 22 to H. T. Lewis to sell and dispens ty and the Open float/ invite you to GO GREYHOUND! MeelSpring face ro face in all its beAury by Greyhound! Add to Greyhound's year-"round economy, comfort and convenience the thrill of close-up views of matchless Spring scenery—on little trips to nearby points ot big vacations anywhere in America! BIG SAVINGS on LITHE TRIPS — for Butinttf, Shopping, SAowi/ JIGGER SAVINGS M LONGER TRIPS — /or Spri> 8 Vacoffem, W.r'r.f Memphis, Tcnn SI. r.nuis Ulllft Rock .Tackson, Trnn runithorsvine. Mo .. .Sikrs(nn. Mo Cape Giradeao, Mo Portascvlllc, Mo .... New Madrid I'ailucari, Ky Way 7ri» SI.OO S 3.45 S.85 10.55 4.80 3.S5 .15 2.00 2.80 1.50 3.70 8.65 6.60 1.35 3.«0 5.15 2.00 Chicago Detroit Indianapolis, Ind. . reorin. Ill Fllnl, Mich Rockford. Ill Kansas Cily, Mo . South Btnd, Ind . I.os Ansclrs, Calif . Sc.illlr, Wash $0.4.1511.05 10.10 25.40 . 9.00 16.20 (.05 14.50 14.60 26.30 10.60 13.10 . 8.65 15.60 . ll.Ofl 19.80 . 38.90 66.15 44.04 12.00 lu.l.h, ,,;,\ Ad about TJ>ru-Gr«yhourxd Service fo florida, California — Any Greol Retail Areol GREYHOUND TTRMINAl 'COPPING' A MOUTHFUL — A s,lri)ir>c<l-dOMli 1I-10 hrlicoplcr is pullrd into a huge C-124 GlobcmaslCT at Weslover Field, Mass. II is being flown lo Korea for rescue work. Willie Sulton May Keep Still Attorney Hints 'Actor' May Not Testify in Trial NEW YORK WV-Willie The Actor Sutton may make his current role, (is defendant in a 1950 bank robbery trial, strictly one of silence. His attorney hints he may not testify. Sutton ajid Thomas Klinj;, 4!>. both jictorious bank robbers and Jail breakers, went on trial yesterday in a $64,000 holdup of a branch of the Manufacturers Trust Company in the borough of Queers George Washington lien, one ol Button's attorneys, asked, the tdies- man if they would be "prejudiced against this defendant - if he did not take the stand. 1 ' "You wouldn't say to yourself 'If he's innocent, \vhy doesn't he get up there and say .so?'" Herz 5.1 id. The lask of selecting a jury continues today. Yesterday three jurors were chosen-subject to a possible defense challenge . Tait Blasts c oreign Policy Of U.S. Again 3AU CLAIRE, Wl». lff> — 8«n. Taft (R-Ohto) kept up hl« attack on the administration'* foreign policy lust, night while Harold H. Sta«en lashed out at the foreign policy stands of both th« administration and Taft. The Ohio senator told a crowd of 1,000 at a rally here "unless our foreign policy !x conducted mor» competently than it has been in the past 10 years, our very survival is in doubt." Stassen. who opposes Taft In Wisconsin's April 1 presidential primary, accused both President Truman and Taft of "mistakes" in foreign policy but added the "presidential mistakes in foreign policy can not be voted down by others." Stasscn spoke to 1,000 persons at La Crosse, some 80 miles a7/ay. Jnfamiliar Hands Groom Steer After Youthful Owner Dies OKLAHOMA.CITY </Pi — Unfa- niliar hands groomed Larry Lamert's prize winning fat Angus leer last night. The animal munched contentedly •inous or spirituous liquors for leverage at retail on the premises described as: 439 South 21st St., Hlj'theville. This permit issued on the 4 day if March. 1952, and expires on the 0 day of June, 1952. H. T. Lewis 3.12-19 — its stall, apparently unaware | I that the skillful hands brushing its j coat were not the .same ones thati had brushed and caressed him for .so long. He was led to tile prize tins nl the Oklahoma City Junior Livestock Shon- and all Die hopes of a IG-year-cd hoy ami thr* tears of his parents walked into lhat ring wllh him. Larry Lambert had died of Bright's Disease In a Hardtner, Kan., hospital the night before. Larry hoped to exhibit the animal himself at the state show. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard L:iml)CLt of Burlington. Tlu 1 - steer was led into the ring last night by Max Glenn, a close i ..:-.<]. Hrandt. Burlington FPA Clnh instructor had aided In the grooming. Mnuitcs later Max led him back to his stall and pinned the second '"'(• ribbon on the post — for Larry. Truman Blocks Loan, Iran Says TEHRAN. Iran (/D—Premier Mo. hammed Mossadegh has accused President Tvumati of blocking loan: to Iran brcatise (he Iranians ;vo<il< not agree to British terms for set tlement of the Anglo-Iranian o) dispute. 7'he Iranian Premier made Ml charge In a speech read for hln yesterday lo a group of 44 Ameri can news and radi6 executives and Sicily Quake Crumples Walls CATANIA, Sicily </Fi — Walls crumpled and one person was crushed lo death today when an earthquake shook the historic Mt. Etna area. Scores were Injured. Damage was widespread. SanUi Venerina, east of the famous Sicilian volcano, was shattered. Many were injured and home* v/ere demolished. Fieri and Milo were other towns which suffered heavily. their wives, now visiting here. Mossadegh said he applied for a U. S. loan last fall, while visiting Washington. Read Courier News Classified Ads. 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