The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 20, 1952 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 20, 1952
Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1951 KefdUVer Cuts Down OH. Wordage ^owe/and Bigwigs Are Set . , , , , For Oscar Awarding Tonight In Wisconsin to bna/ce Hands WISCONSIN RAPIDS, Wis., (AP)-—Winding up his first riny of j campaigning in Wisconsin, Sen. | Estns Kofftiivcr o( Tennessee rtit| down on his worrtnco lust iiiphLj so he could -shako more hands. j Kefauvcr. who hn.s Hippc-d his, connskin cap into thp T>moci ;itic: presidential rinjz mid into WL?< tin's April L primary, pin meel personally R s many as (u- could in his auriienrr* of 2,200. Among the Republican prrsi- denhal canriidntes in the HI ate. last night, Spn. Rolifrt Tnfv of Ohio kept up his criticism of ihr admlnistra (ion's foreign poliry end Harold Stnsson hit again at Taft's foreign policy. Time of CliallrnRe Kefau\ r er fold his audience at Wisconsin Rapid's Lincoln Field j House thai "(his is A Umc of trp-: \voulri mendous challrneo. I know UIP , Western people of the United States can outdo the slave people any time. We want to convince tho people of the world their best course lies with us." Taft poked anew at Ihe administration's foreicn policy before an overflow crowd of 1,000 in the Central School Auditorium perlor. Mri'arlliy Wa* Justified "McCarthy was more than justified in fiskinp for fin mvnstifia- I Ion of Conn nun 1st influences in Suite Department," Tnti snick "Those \vlio conducted ihe iiwcs- j uciition of McCarthy's rliartfrs I looked into the status of only foijr people NIK! speni the rest nt (lio ^''If 1 j lime mostly investiaatinu McCnr- his prepared speech, declaring hei thy." Tnft did not name the tour was pressed lor time in order to | persons. j .StftSftnn lolrf a Milwaukee CiOP i ward moplincr Tnft had s.iul Tues|day mclit that instead of ihe Ai: lanlic Treaty an d'hp Mutual As* . .slstanre met tir fwrt \vantwl : A me i KTI lo make a dr-finne dec- ( larafion fo Russia ihM it slip ru- I larked any one of these Kumporin countries she would find horse If at war with the Um'cri o'nies, Taft Wtinlcl Wrakrn Knropu Taft's poliry, snid Stassen, 'F-'ilt "in keopmc Diese | Wisconsin's j)nm;irv K u r o p e n n countries i voter, will not count. I we a k." j . i "Hut then he < Tnft i v/nnld r-ny ; to Russia that if Hussia fittncks ! these weak countries. Russia will i find herself a I- war wirh Amoi i lea," Slasspn staled, adding' r "I submit (lint this Is an mi- I sound, impracfifjil, unwise for- at Su- '. cifjn policy. Presideni Truman left Korea weak and nndrfrniled. By JA.MKS HACON HOLLYWOOD i/i>-Anybndy who In movielanrf wil} be present Uinlxht for the 2-Uh annual I tress nominees, York. lonipht and rejiev.' his pre.sidential opinn.'nsn in Wisconsin Fririav, j Academy Awards except some of starting nt Hariric. * , the people voted most likely lo win. "fke" Sujij.nrtr>r.s <;d Jiliis !. M lrri -' it 12 of thR '25 top nom- Enjjlanrt, Is the only absent-op. Worst attendance record nf the night will go to the supporting ac- All five are in New "Ike" supporters in Wisconsin's primary. Sl.nssf.'M quickly renewed his invitation lo Kjsenhower admirers to support him, chummy hi.s views movl nearly pai-allel the general's. Ralph Tmmpl. state leader I the Warren campnien, re tor t- j ed 'hnl 1 fie Cahfni n;a yovprnoi' is ihe ti UP Fisenhnwcr c-;mdirlnte in \Visfonsin, A T^fi spokesman said Tafl iiiterpreled F.I^oiilinwer'-s Bit" writr-in tally as -in indication of Sffis.sen weakness rather than Taft. strnncth. Kisentiowcr i?, not entered In i;irv and write-In 3 Airmen Found Dead in Virginia Asked what he thought about "McCflrthyism," he replied lhat far as he knew It was e "smear tactic used by enemies of Sen. McCarthy (R-Wis.)." Then when the Communists at- (acke<i he rushed Into the Korean war." Gov. Karl Warren of Cahfnrnia fs slater! to arrive at Milwaukee .most other experts for the coveted (op actress and actnr Oscars, are out of town. Both were nominated for roles in "fitreel-car Named Drs,ire." In (he event this becomes a sen- j tlmcntrtl year — like some In the ; • j past — Humphrey Boyart. Shelley (1 • Winters, ,lnnr Wyman and Eleanor Prtiker will be ready and Billing in the audienrc at the PKO Pan- taee.s Theater. Katharinp Hepburn. Heart's costar in "Afncan Queen", Is en route to London and won't be among tlio-o present, Montgomery Cliff of "Plnre m the Sun" -A ill tie the only other top nialp .star present. He's flyms in from New York, Frederic March of "Death of a Salesman" could he another sen time nt a 1 choire, A victory lor him would make 1 him the only three- time -A inner. He's in NOW York, Lee Grant, (he shoplifter of ••Detect ive Story," wa.s the choice uf the UK Lion-wide AP critics poll but •Joan niondell nf "Blue Veil" stacks up as the sentimental choicr. Mildred Diumock <".Sa!crnian"i Kim Htjntrr f"8trcetfnr"i and Tlielma Ritter ("The Mating Season") could easiJy win. Clo.'p.^T- hattlp is between "Street- 'Mr" stir* "Place in the Sun" for thp hr-vt picture sweepstakes. It's worth S 1.000.003 added at the box- office fnj- the winner of the best picture plum, MOM's entry of "Quo Varlis" and the musical "American in Paris", and "Decision Before Dawn" are not figured to upset. ' An ennincd and white-tied crowd o( 2.312 movielund elite will watch the j=hr>v,' at $(i to £12 a .^eat. Combined radio facilities of the American Broadcasting Company and the Armed Forces Hadio Serv- ICP will broadcast the presenta- IJnns. U. S. Hopes /or More Meat, Dairy Products Dimmed by Farmers WASHINGTON w — Government hopes for more meat, dairy and poultry products during the next 1A months were dimmed today when a spring planting .survey showed farmers plan to cut down on acreage, raider than increase planting as recommended by Secretary of Agriculture Brannan, The A^riculliue Department sairt farmer concern over a ti^ht labor supply, rocenf downturns In farm product prices, and a dP- sire to keep much land in grass for Rraring beef cuttle were (actors holding riown plnntiiiEt. Arthur Kennedy ("Bright Victory") rm is in Jamnira. | FRONT ROVAL, Vn. ./?•- - ThP In the Fnippoi'Unt; actor cl^^s. wrrrkaap of an An Knrcp 11-26 it5 ! Kfirl M.ilrien of "Streetcar" is the t liree rrewinen all n<";ri. -A;I H - found ' ehoice of most experts. Kevin Mo on a nine Rldpo imountamsWe sixjcarthy of "Salesman", LPO Gcnn mttca past of hprp yefifprrtny after a ' and Peter (Nero* Ustinov nf "Quo day-Inn? srnund and air srarrh. 1 vaflis" and Gip Yonnc. the a!co- The plane crashed late Tuesday : holic of "Come Fill (he Cup." make nlcht. , i it anybody's rare. Ustinov, home m Mexic.ih is the capital of North- Lower California. Wildlife Group Plans Fur, Game Discussion MIAMI, P!a f^-Technical sessions lo disciifis fur and big game resources and effective public relations, followed by a general session on waterfowl. Kill conclude the American Wildlife Conference today. Philip W. Schneider of the stale Ki'.nie commission, Portland, Ore,, will leaA a riiscii.-sion of fur and hie gatne 'csourccs and Alasfsir M- Bin of the U. S. Pish and Wildlife Service at Washington will discuss public relations. FULL YEARS NOW AGED 5 $6.75 iSr $4.23 ^r $2.14 2SE* STUZEUWEUER DIS1IUEIY • ES1ABLISHEO LOU15VH.IE. 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