The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 21, 1952 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 21, 1952
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' TAGE TWO (AKK.) COUKIER NEWS Warren Assails Truman Regime for High Taxes WAUSAU, Wls. M 1 ) — Gov. Enrl , Warren, the commuting candidate from California, fired upon the administration for high taxes, scandals and Inflation last night as he began his third weekend tour of Wisconsin. "The government must bf> reorganized from stem to stem and Republicans can do It." he said here. I Warren's arrival and the depart-! ure of Sen. Kefauver of Tenncssc 1 gave Wisconsin's April 1 presidential primary picture a solid Republican hue. Kcfauver. only major Democratic candidate bidding for the presidency in tllefe parls, left the state last niphl, haded for the slate last night, headed for Nebraska's April 1 primary. He left Wisconsin in the Republican hands of Warren. Sen. Tall of Ohio ami Harold E. Stassen. Audlenre Sings Greeting ] Warren's audience of 1^00 here! last night greeted the governor oy singing "Hapnv Birthday." His birthday was Wednesday. Stassen issued a Jresh blast nt j Taft at Racine last night and also! an invitation for Taft backers in i Wisconsin to join him. I Sen. Bob Tail's withdrawal from the New Jersey Republican primary Is ctcitr confirmation that his campaign Is crumbling throughout the country," Stassen declared. "I j therefore now extend a sincere invitation to the Tall voters of Wis-| consin to join with me." No Reference to Speech Taft made no public reference In his speeches yesterday to his withdrawal from New Jersey's April Ifi primary but he told a reporter .it Ashland he "pulled out, for the purpose of devoting runtime to oom- liatgnlnK in Wisconsin." In ihe formal announcement made from his Washington office Tnfl said he uns withdrawing because Gov. Alfred nrlscoll "has broken his word" in endorsing Gen. Eisenhower for the OOP presidential nomination. Taft spoke to an audience of about 303 at Marshfiolrt last night. He charged the administration's foreign policy has little trace of foe- Ine bl-p.ij'fi.fati. The Ohio senator, noting that Stasscn had criticised him for voting against the Atlantic Treaty, snl'i he Is for It "now that we are in It." Gov. Stevenson Repeats He Does Not Want to Run 111. f/I'l — GOV. Adlal Stevenson reiterated last night that he does not want to rim for the presidency. "This Is Ihe sra.inn of our political cycle when men dream dreams and see visions — mostly of the White HOIMP." Die Illinois Demo-, cralic grvernor told a $20-a-plate Jackscn Day dinner. "WelJ. I'm not one of them. I want to run tnr zovernor of 'Illinois and that's nil Ami i want In be re-elected governor — and that's all." FRIDAY, MAKCH 21, 1952 ZOO'S WHO?— "Fredy" kwps th« patrons guessing at the zoo in P»ris, France. When up to any mnkey business she puts on a m»k «nd «pei the customers, but there's no monkeyshines when the photographer shows up. Sh« wants to look h«r wistful best. rTe'one L Mh ° F , F . R ', E NDSH P-Full-srale modeJ of a carillon, gift of the Outch people to .he ',,Trt , ?° [ "l M ." les ' a " K ' CS '" Ualti " 10 '-<-- <Ji"*n Juliana of The Netherlands will present it to President Truman her state visit to the United Stales in April. Upon completion the true carillon will replace the model in a Washington park. UN Officials Believe Russia Is Using It as Training Ground for Diplomats By FRANCIS CAIU'fiNTKR UNITED NATIONS. N.Y. </]•) Some officials high in the LT.N. hierarchy are frankly worried that the Soviet Union is using the U.N. as a training ground lo teach fledgling diplomats English and the ways of the Western world. These officials point out the average work-span of the ordinary Russian on the Secretariat staff is about two years. Then he Is recalled to Moscow Just about the time he has learned English and Is becoming partway useful In the U.N. ad-1 mlnlstratlve set-up. j The practice, they say, Is for a Russian who has been here about two years to close his desk at the end of a week and disappear. The next news from him Is his letter ol resignation—after he already has started the long road back to Russia. In short while another Russian who cannot speak English and whose background Is unknown to the U.N. arrives to work on the Secretariat. He Is given a place, the U.N. spends time trying to see where he fits and teach him English, and the process Is repeated. Other nationals remain at the U.N. much longer. Some have been here from the start. Some Ruslans have been here more than two years, hut 24 months Is the average. There are 25 Russians on the payroll In the huge U.N. headquarters In New York and 13 In overseas offices, including a small !n- rormatlon office In Moscow. That number remains [airly constant. The Russians send another man here when ono resigns but have made no attempt to Increase the total. U.S. Has New Jet Engine IX3CKLAND. o. (,!>,—A sleek and shiny "improved" jet engine—destined to "make Ihe F-8S even mure potent than the Sabr jets now flying in Korea" — has been unveiled here. The engine — Ihe J47-nE-27 — made its debut with considerable fanfare Wednesday at the dedication of a General Electric Co. jet center here. It was the tenth anniversary of (he running of the first American turbojet at General Electrle-'s Lynn. Mass., plant in 1912. New Jersey Eyes Word from Tail Verbal Fight With Driscoll Continues; Denial li Issued TRENTON, N. J. (IP, — Specific notice from Sen. Robert A.' Taft was awaited today Mo determine whether his name actually can be withdrawn from the New Jersey Republican Presidential Primary ballot. Meanwmie. the verbal battle between Gov. Alfred T. Driscoll and the Ohio senator brought further consolidation of the state's EUen- hower forces and a. suggestion '>"»<• DrLscoll be a candidate for Vice President on the general's ticket. DrLscoU last night denied Taft's accusations that he had broken his word to remain neutral by coming out for Eisenhower. He said he thought Taft was "ill-advised or misinformed cr else he would not have withdrawn from the light." As It stands now. Taft has announced that he will not make any speeches In the state and has ordered his headquarters and cam- pr'^mrs to cease operations. He charged Driscoll with "political trickery" In throwing the weight o( the state's GOP organization behind Eisenhower and said the April 15 presidential preference pell was no longer a fair contest. EASY ON THE LENS—Ruth PcppeJ, 21, developed so well at Miss Photo Flash o( 1952 (or the Chicago Press Photographer's Association that she will represent the organization in the national contest in GaJveslon, Texas, May 3. Bogart Wins Hollywood Oscar; 'American In Paris' Is TODS HOLLYWOOD (ff, — ,\ senti- can Queen" was tlie popular choice. mental and happy Hollywood re- it brought down the house of er- joiced today with Oscar winner mined and white tied movieland Humphrey Bogart, the people's j elite who attended the ceremony choice, but the town was still stun- at the Pontages Theater. WARNING ORDER In (he Chancery Court, Chlcka- Mwha nislrlct, Mississippi Coun- I)', Arkansas. Grace Rogers, Plf. vs. No. 12,005 J. R. Rogers, Dft. The defendant, J. R. Rogers, is hereby warned lo appear within thirty days In the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Grace Rogers. Dated this 20th dav of March, 1052. Harvey Morris, Clerk By Anita Sykes, D. C. Guy Walls, attorney for pit. Ed B. Cook, attorney Ad Litem. 3-21-28 4-4-11 The name of the king of Libya is Sayyid Mohammed Idris el Mahdl el Senussi. Son of Actor To Stand Trial SANTA ANA. Calif. M>, -Edward G. Robinson Jr., 13. sen of the movie actor .has been ordered to stand trial on a charge of Issuing a check with intent to defraud. A Fnllerton garage attendant testified yesterday at Robinson's preliminary hearing that the youth gave him a $139.81 check Feb. 3 :ind that it was returned, unhon- ored. ned over "American in Paris" copping the best picture award. Of the top three awards, Vivien Leigh was the only favorite to come through. Her performance a.s the tarnished Southern belle in "A Streetcar Named De.sire" w o n her the best actress award. It was her second victory. Her first was as Scarlett O'Hara in 1939. Ic was a sentimental year and Bor,ie summed it up best himself: "I have been around a long time. Maybe the people like me." Bogie's performance as t h e unshaven boaUskippcr in "The Atri- Karl Mnlden, the disillusioned lover of "Streetcar," won the award for the best supporting actor and Kim Hunter, the wife in "Streetcar." won the best supporting actress plum. They were favorites. The biggest upset of the night, if not in years, was the victory lor "American in Paris." It w a s the first out and out musical ever to win the grand prize, Mcst experts figured it last in their selections. A gcod musical, it was not cl-ssed in the same breath with "Streetcar" and Sun." Place In the family Affair Found In Illinois Petition MT. CARMEL, 111. (jTi-A petition for Republican W. V. Brown's re-election to the Illinois House of Representatives came back completed — but there was only one family name on U. Twenty-six citizens named Garrett signed the petition when it was passed in the White County community of Mill Shoals. It was certified by a precinct committeeman who—of course—was named Oarrett. Sales Opportunity Pnsilion, as tire sales reiirescnlalivc covering Mississippi County now available fur aggressive man 25-40 years of age now living In Blytheville Area. Must have successful sales record with proven ability to sell promotional ideas to account. Tire sales experience not necessary. College education or equivalent helpful. Salary & bonus. Apply In writing giving (|ualincaftons and experience. 0. D. ANDREWS District Manager. The General Tire & Rubber Co. r.O. 353, Blytheville, Ark. WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT WE HAVE BEEN SELECTED BY McGREGOR'S, Inc AS RETAIL DEALER FOR THE BLYTHEVILLE AREA FOR WORLD-FAMOUS FRIGIDAIRE HOUSEHOLD COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION PRODUCTS A WONDERFUL NEW FOOD FREEZER AND REFRIGERATOR COMBINED i Halsell & White Furn. Co. Main & Division Phone 6096

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