The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 22, 1952 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVIT.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MARCH 22, Part Paul Hoffman Playing In Ike Campaign Studied By JACK I1ELI, * WASHINGTON VPi — The emergence of Paul G. Hoffman BS one of the strong men o( the Eisenhower presidential campaign stirred speculation today about his political future. Hoffman apparently has tahm over the Job of trying to convince business leaders of the country that they ought to get behind the drive to make Gen. Dwight I). Eisenhower the GOP candidate. In this non-titled capacity, Hoffman can be expected to represent the element ot Elsenhower's supporters outside government, as contrasted with Gov. Thomas E. De\v- c-y of New York and Sen. Lotlse of Massachusetts. Sen. Duff of Pennsylvania and Seii. Carlsen of Kansas, and other office holders. Hoffman's nominal botis is W. Walter Williams at Seattle. Wash,, Just named to replace Arthur H. Vandenberg Jr. as chairman of the Citizens for Eisenhower Committee. Williams 1" TrmiWp Williams, whose name isn't as well advertised nationally as Hollman's. nrcadv Is reported In trouble in his home state ncnnu.se iif his apparent intention lo hnus on lo his job »s Washington slnte OOP chairman while campaigning actively for Elsenhower. Hoffman, former economic cooperation <ECA) futmlnistrator, has had an opportunity to establish a personal relalionship with Eisenhower not shared by such supporters as Duff, J-odge and some of !hc others. It was regarded as significant here that when the Eisenhower camp wanted a personal plea made to the general to speed up his return to the United States, Hoffman \vns the man who carried the message to the general's Paris headquarters. Cabinet Candidate from, this and other incidents, some of Elsenhower's supporters— looking Into a distant and nebulous future—have concluded that !f the general were elected President, Hoffman would be likely to land in the Cabinet. They point to Hoffman's acquaintance with word affairs through EGA as an indication he might well become the general's choice for secretary of state—a Job Hint most of them previously had speculated might go to Gov. Thomas E. Dewey ot New York In the event of n November victory. Hoffman, now head of the Ford Foundation, has the adder) recotn- menotion for this role In that he ik'aa the personal choice of the 1 Ben. Arthur Venenberg for EGA chief. Until his death. Vaudcnberg TVM the party's spokesman for the kind of foreign policy to which Bl- tenhower apparently subscribes. Head Courier News Classified Ads HEROIC K. C.—Commemorating the "Kansas City Spirit," Ihis canvas by artist Norman Rockwell will soon lie sent on a nationwide exhibition tour. Inspiration for the canvas, which took four months to produce, was provided by the Missouri city's light lo recover from last year's floods, am! prompted by a newspaper editorial, "You Can't Lick Kansas Cily." It was commissioned by J. C. Hall, greeting card publisher. Six Are Dead In Plane Crash FRANKFURT, Oermnny M'l—An airliner of the Royal Dutch Airlines (KL.M) crashed and burned in a Frankfurt suburb today killing at least six persons. Six others were taken to a Frankfurt hosptUil In a serious condition. Debris was scattered over a hundred yard area. It apparently crashed while coming to innd at Frankfurt's bustling Rhine-Main Airport. There was no immediate report on hew many persons had .been in the prShe. )•"' -,?. " ••'-. Persons nt thn scene reported the body and engines of the foilr-en- gined liner were a twisted, smoking Worst' Snow Storm Buries Denver Area DENVER Of,— The year's worst Jlz/ard in the central Rocky Mountains tapered off today but escue operations continued for group of some 12 persons snow- xmnd at Massgdona. In the group were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Woods of Jensen, Utah, who were injured In an automobile col- is!™ during the blizzard. Colorado highway department inowplow crews tackled waist-high drifts of snow blocking US. Highway 40 In the northwestern part of h" stale. Three deaths have been attrlb- ited to the storm. The Woods' were Injured early Friday. Mrs. Woods suffered deep head and leu cuts. Mrs. Sally Young at he Massadona Lodge reported by elephonc that Mrs. Woods was In pain and needed medical care. The blizzard in Northern Colorado interrupted the transcontinental microwave system that .ran.'mlt.s television programs. The ^'atlonnl Broadcasting Company al a York and Hollywood reported that two West Coast, programs were cut off yesterday. France recently completed 3 manmade port at Abidjan, capital of Africa's Ivory Coast. U S. AND WESTEXN IUHOH COMBINED c? U S S.K AND EUROPEAN SATELLITES: fOPULATION—431 MIL JTEEL-1W MIL TONS MIL. TONS ^^t'POrUUTION—2E6 MIL, STEEL—«3 MIL. TONS COAL— go MIL. TONS U.S.S. R. AND SATELLITES PLUS WESTERN EUROPE i POP JUTION-153 MIL. llL ^kL JlL sltL lllL. JsTEEl—10* MIL. TONS •»«%«*•»«%« COAL-554 MIL TONS ?OFULATION-574 MIL STEEL—1« MIL. TONS COAL—930 MIL TONS MUTUAL SECURITY OUR SECURITY—Upper portion of Newschart above shows how much Etronger the U. S. and Its European allies are in manpower and vilal slccl and coal production thnn Russia anrl its European saii-llncs Hut il Western Euione fell undci Soviel control, the picture would be radically changed, as shown in lower portion ol chart. Coal end steel figuies indicate yearly production This was one ot the arguments used by Mutual Security Agency representatives in support of President Truman's request for $7,91)0,000.000 (or extra foreign aid. Kefauver Arrives, Taft Works As Nebraska Primary Bestirs OMAHA (/Pj—The arrival of Dem- United States and others of the VA Breaks Its Own Record In Making Loans to G/'s Batista Bounces Two Russians* HAVANA, Cuba W>—Cuba's ne< strong-mnii government bounce two Russians back lo Mexico la.s night without letting [hem leav Havana Airport. The man. Petto Zarkov and Alex Filitov, were re ported to be Soviet dlplomnti couriers. A Mexican Airlines plane took them back to Mcxiro City. v rhe Incident offered evidence that Cuba's new dictator, Fulcen- cio Batista, will get tough with Reds. They have made Cuba a center for distributing, secret documents from Moscow iand Mexico to nil Latin America. The Russians maintain n full cmbnssy tn Havana although Cuba has nn diplomatic mission in Moscow. Couriers and lnrs>e quantities of printed mnUcr have come and gone frequently. ocratic Sen. Estes Kefauver of Ten- 1 nessee for n campaign tour and announcement of a write-In drive for Republican Sen. Robert A, Taft of Ohio Rave the Nebraska primary campaign a shot in the arm today"! An Omaha group has announced p]EIIIS for a write-in campaign on belialf of Sen. Tall, who seeks the Republican presidential nomination. A Lincoln group also planned an educational campaign without any partlcuar candidate in mind, to teach voters how to cast a write-in ballot. There nlso has beon talk of a write-in campaign for Gen. DwlghL Eisenhower, but no plans for such a drive have been announced. Prior to the xvave of write-In talk, the Republican presidential preferential primary In Nebraska hiui appeared inconclusive with only two entries—Flarold E. Stassen, and Mrs. Mary Kenny of Lincoln, n supporter of Gen. Douglas MacArthur. United Nations fighting In Korea to draft A minimum political and military settlement, of rhe Korean War. If (he Communists rejected that settlement, he said, he would favor using all military means nt his command to bring the war to a speedy conclusion. WAKNISG OrtDKI! i WAUNIN'G OltDKIt In the Chancery Court, Cliicka-[ In the Chancery Court, Chick; sswb:i District, Mississippi County. I sawba District, Mississippi Con] IN* THE PROBATE COURT, CIIICKASAWBA DISTRICT. MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Entitle of Iverson Morris, de- Last known address, Blytheville, Arkansas. Date of Death: -Feb. 28. 1952. The undersigned has been appointed Executrix of the named, decedent, Arkansas. Georgia Montgomery, PU. V5, No. 11.996 Freman Montgomery, Dft. The defendant, Freeman Montgomery, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named In the caption hereof and auMver the complaint, of the plaintiff, Georgia Montgomery. Dated this 7ih day of March, 1952. Harvey Morris, Clerk By Anita Sykes, D. C. G. W. Bar h am, attorney for pU. Ed. B. Cook, attorney Ad Litem. 3,8-15-22-29 WARNING In [lie Chancery Court, Chieka- saivba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Louise Turk, Ptf. vs. No. 12.009 above Phillip Turk, Dft. I The defendant, Phillip Turk, is ty, Arkansas. Delia Cooper, Pif. vs. No. 12,007 George Cooper, DfU The defendant, George Coope is hereby warned lo appear \vitl in thirty days in the court name in the caption hereof anrl nnsvvc tlie complaint of the plaintiff, De la Cooper. Dated this 21st day of Marc 1952. Harvey Morris, Clerk 13y Anita Sykes, D. C. C. F. Cooper, attorney for ptf Ed B. Cook, attorney Art Liter 3-22-29 4-5- An instrument dated September 10, 1918, probate ha.s been admitted to hereby warned to appear within Kangaroos, Wombats, "tedd bear" koalas, and platypus nre en tines common to both Australia a Tasmania, but found nowhere eL on earth. WARNING OPD« In the Chancery Court, Chick*. wb» Dlslrcl, Msshslppl Cottntf, rkansas. Elsa Ida Maigret, Plf. vs. No. 13,019 Jean E. Maigret, Dft. The defendant, Jean Maigret, 1s ereby warned to appear within ilrty days in the court named In e caption hereof and answer e complaint ot the plaintiff, Els* da Maigret. Dated this 21 day of March, 052. Harvey Morris, Clerk By Anita Sykes, D. C. C. F. Cooper, atty. for ptf. Ed D. Cook ally, niMltem. 3-22-29 4-5-11 lead Courier Ne s Classified Adi. NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration Your Community Cenler" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. I'honc 58 SATURDAY 'BORDER FEUD' Lash I,aRue SAT. OWL SHOW 'NEVER TRUST A GAMBLER" Dan Clark SUN.-MON. "CIMARRON KID" Audy Murphy Beverlv TvJcr thirty days in the court named in! Beach. A fifth bridge was recently completed between Miami nnd Miami W ASHINGTON L&— Til e Ve tc r- ans Administration reported today that a record $3,614,000,000 was loaned to veterans In GI home loans during 1951. It was Ihe previous record was $3,286,000,000 in 1947. However, the VA noted that the 447,373 GI home loans mncie last year were far less thnn the record number of 541,922 in 1947 and the 497,596 tn 1950. When the program was started m 1944 and 1945, only 43,256 loans •were made, totalling 192 million dollars. The number Jumped to 412,037 totalling 52,302.000,000 in 1946. The lowest year since was 1949, with 276,793 loans totalling $1,424,000.000. At present GI home loan applications are running at about 25.000 to 30,000 n month. Ihe VA .said, compared with nn average of more than 60,000 a month during part of 1950. The VA under law can guarantee private lenders against loss up to GO per cent of each GI home loan, wilh a maximum guarantee of $7.500. There is also provision for the VA to make direct government loans to eligible veterans in areas where the VA finds that private mortgage financing for homes nt 4 per cent is not available. 150-odrl years of their exlstr-nce. the United States Marines have been referred to as "Webtoot Soldiers." "Soldiers ot the Sen." "Leathernecks." and Devil Dopis/ 1 Sen. Kefiuiver. who opposes Sen. Robert S. Kerr ot Oklahoma for the Democratic presidential nomination in the April 1 primary, met unexpected obstacles in the form of a severe spring snowstorm as he opened his campaign In Nebraska. Bad flying weather forced cancellation of visits to McCook and C-*-- tts. Kefauver talked to some \ 1 persons at North Plntte and another -100 at Scottsbluff yesterday. In nnsu-cr to a question nt Scottsbluff. he said if he were President he would call for a meeting of the above named decedent and the undersigned has been appointed Executrix thereunder. A contest of the will can be effected onlv by filing B petition within the lime provided by law. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or they shall be barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice published first lime the last will of the the ^pllon hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Louise March 22, 1952. Mrs. Viola B. Morris, P. O. Box 959, Blytheville, Arkansas. Prank C. Douglas, Atty, Turk. Dated this 21 day of M:\rch 1952. Harvey Morris, Clerk By Anita Sykes, D. C. C. P. Cooper, atty. tot ptf. Ed B. Cook, atty. ad litem. 3-22-29 4-5-12 THEATER "Osceo/a's Finest" wreckage anrl that rescuers battled flumes lo take out the Injured and , bodies of the dead. I Tn Amsterdam. t\ KLM official : snid the plnne was e» route from Johannesburg. South Africa, to Amsterdam, CERTIFIED COTTONSEED FOR SALE Mississippi Certified Deltaplne 15 Cottonseed ® 5200.00 per ton. Mississippi Certified Coker 100 Wilt Cottonseed ® 1185.08 per tun. This cotton is excellent for blight land as It resist! wilt. Those seed are cleaned, dclintert. treated and sacked 100 pounds to Ihe bag. and arc priced F.O.B. BljthevlUe, Arkansas. Telephone 17-J, Belzonl, Mississippi. J. D. 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OWL SHOW "I WAS A COMMUNIST FOR THE F.B.I. Frank Dorothy Hart SUN.-MON.-TUES. "FGRT OSAGE 7 ' Rod Cameron Jane Nigh AAILK t ««"••'JOHPHHIEW1S ^uuMu-^u^^JARNfflBROa SATURDAY 'SNAKE RIVER DESPERADOES" diaries Slairctt Smilcv Rnrnctt SAT. MIDNITB SHOW Starts 10:-15 "SAVAGE DRUMS " Sahu & I.ita Hrown SUNDAY & MONDAY "FIGHTING MAN OF THE PLAINS" In Cinecolor Randolph Scott .lane Nigh

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