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March 27, 1952

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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THUKSDAY, MARCH V, 195S u 11 Bt* 1LU) (ARK.) CAAJRMR KEtfg FAS* TBRBB DemocratsVoting Republican May AHect Primary Signs Indicate They Will Seek Way To Okay Gen. Eisenhower By JACK HELL MILWAUKEE Itf — Democrats who vote the Republican ticket h may affect sharply the results of next Tuesday's Wisconsin primary showdown in the Republican pres- idental nomination race. Unless all signs fall, most of the Democrats who decide to cross over into the Republican reservation will be seeking some way of making their vote felt In behalf of Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower. Eisenhower's name isn't on the GOP ballot, where Sen. Robert A. Taft of Ohio, Gov. Earl Warren of California and former Gov. Harold, E, Stassen of Minnesota are (he major contestants for the state's 30 delegates to the July nominating convention in Chicago. Voters Have Choice But Wisconsin voters favoring' Eiseiihoiver have the choice of accepting Slassen's pledge lhat he will turn aver to (he general immediately half of any delegates he elects or the promise of the Warren delegate candidates to support Eisenhower if the California governor drops out of the race. Tafi, rounding out a strenuous ^ speaking campaign, in, the slate, f4 called these "hybrid tickets/' Politicians here now figure Warren, who resumed touring the state today after a speech at Janesvllle last night, will be the chief beneficiary of any Democratic cross-over and may out" draw Stasscn among Republicans with Eisenhower leanings. Warren Won't Share However, Warren told a news conference at Janesville last night he is not willing to share with Eisenhower any delegates elected in his name. The California governor indicated this attitude holds at least through the first vote at the convention in Chicago, although he did not foreclose a change of mind after that ballot if his chances of getting the nomination then do not appear ,to be good. "I would expect any delegate pledged to me to go to the convention and on the roll call to vote for me," Warren sairt. No Pretense. Made Earlier. Carl B. Rix. head of the Warren slate of delegates, told a •3^ crowd at Jancsville High School ™ that he and his colleagues "make no pretense of the fact that our alternate choice in the convention is Gen. Eisenhower." Any benefit Watren receives from a Democratic cross-over could make him the closest contender to Taft in a state the Ohio senator's backers regard as critical in his pre-conventlon campaign for the nomination. A third- place run for Stassen might go a long way towards pushing him out of the race and openly into the Eisenhower camp. A slate running for Gen. Douglas Mac Arthur, under the name of Grant Hitler of Beloit, could fig- GIRL DROWNS IN RAIN-FILLED HOLE— John R. Ekstrand < right) covers his face as. he walks away from the spot where his daughter, Marie Louise, 5, drowned in Pasadena, Calif. Firemen and attendants (center) use a resuscitator in a vain attempt to revive the tot who fell into a rain water-filled hole. At'Iar left is Eci Boersuia, one of the youths who pulled the little girl from the water. (AP Wirepholo) * 4 * STAR * STORES * FOUR OF YOUR HOME-OWNED GROCERY STORES All-Out War Of 'Ideas Is Urged Dr. W. A, Miller, head of Hcrrin Hospital, after a meeting of physicians and surgeons. Dr. Miller took Dr. Lewis lo his hospital nnd put the leg In a cast for several weeks. WASHINGTON Wi — The State Department had military support today in urorine that this country wage an all -out war of idens agninsl the Communists and their "sinister" hate - Americans canv palgn. "We cannot do the job halfway," Gen. J. Law ton Collins Army chief of staff, told a House appropriations subcommittee. "We must ?o all out In the battle of Ideas. Only thus can we hope to convince potential apeT.<;Fors that another war cannot piy," The committee released testimony supporting a 170 - million - dollar State Department request for its overseas "Campaign for Truth" for the next fiscal year, starting July L That amount is more thsn double the 35 million dollars Congress approved, last year. NOTICE In the Probate Court of Mississippi County, Chickasawba Dis| trict, Arkansas IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE Or No. 2101 MOSS LYNES BRYAN. Deceased Last known address of- decedent: 1603 We.st Walnut Street, Blytheville. Arkansas Date of death: March 10, 1952, An instrument dated April 19, 1944, was on the 15th day of March, 1952. admitted to probate Sen, McCarthy Files Libel Suit as the last will of the above named decedent, and the undersigned has been appointed ariministi a tor thereunder. A contest of the probate of the will can be effected only by filing a petition within the time provided by law. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or they shal! be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published 20 day of March. 1952. Dan M. Burge, Administrator With win annexed. Room 204 Lynch Building, Blytheville, Arkansas Reid & Roy, attorneys. 3-20-27 For a corner on smartness ... WASHINGTON Wi — Sen. Me- | Carthy (R-Wis) said yeMerlay he I has filed a U'o billion dollar "libel- slander and conspiracy" suU against Sen. Bcnton rD-Connl, Tvho has demanded that McCarthy be ousted from the Senate. McCarthy told reporters the suit <vas filed in Federal District Court , h&re, and is based on Benton's ure in the final results and possi- charpw ]aM September that Mc- bly upset the position of some of CBrtny hfld committed perjury, those regarded as leaders in the contest. Mac Arthur has said he is tiot a candidate. Most observers here believe about one million Wisconsin voters Young Fryers fraud and calculated deceit of the American people In pressing his Communists-ln-govemmenl accusations. willl go to the polls next Tuesday. They calculate that of these, from ] y ou May Be \Vdrncd 700.000 to 800,000 will casl Repub-| n/ f __^____ T I~-.. lican ballots. Of Future Tornadoes $ Toft's Name To Remain In New Jersey TRENTON. N. J. OP»—state Superior Crurl yesterday ruled that Sen. Taft's name will remain in the Npw Jersey April 15 presidential preference primary. Judge Ralph J. Smalley dismissed a state suit scefcine removal of Tafl-'s name after Attorney General Theodore D. Parsons told Ihe court, there was "an overriding public interest" not to remove Taft announced last wefk he f withdrawing from (he Nexv Jersey primary election campaign and later wrote a letter to (he secretary of state formally reqnrsl.ing; that his name he taken off the preferential ballot. OKLAHOMA CITY fiPt — Ccm- munUles in the paths of an approaching tornado may -get advanced warning* soon under plans beine worked out here by the U.S. Weather Bureau and military weather acencie?. Col. H- L. Smith commander of the 2053th Air Fnrce Weather Win? at Tinker Air Force Base ;=aid plan.^wiH be completed snrm by the Weather Bureau, the Army. Navy aiul Air Force, He said nfflciab of Uic four groups started, conferences yesterday to develop plans for faster ways ol warning towns of approaching severe storms. Right Spot for Break HKRR1N*. 111. '.T> — Dr. W. I. ' Lewis couldn't have picked a much hotter spot to break a leg, He did it getting out of a car with f an Our Rome Loans. You'll like the advantages of our financing plan. Let us tell you about it soon. Blytheville Federal Savings & Loan Association Glencoe Bids?. F'Kone 1553 Prettiest sign of spring— your brand-new shoes in Blue. Choose them now in fashions where fit, quality and value meet so beautifully—in Red Cross Shoes. America's Unchallenged $O9S $4 O95 shoe value «9 to , L/c.tthrtinh j FAMILY SHOE STORE 2342 ==31 2 W. Main ' Swift's, tender fully dressed birds ib. MARGARINE Delicious Golden Rich Oteo Eberdt's GATEWAY STORE 2101 Hose Street Cecil Lowe's GRO. & MKT. 532 No. nth SI reef Luttrell's GRO. & MKT. filli & Chiekiisiiwba Pickard's GRO. & MKT. 10 M Chickasawha SNOWDRIFT Fine Shortening - with your coupon 3 lb. Can WESSON OIL Special Saving with your coupon * 4 * STAR * STORES FOUR OF YOUR HOME-OWNED GROCERY STORES Miracle Whip Nation's favorite salad dressing Tastes like fresh! Lihby's frozen ORANGE JUICE can 180 70 size, juicy GRAPEFRUIT „. 5d 250 size, Florida ORANGES D , ? ..200 KnifCs famous FRENCH DRESSING Qt. Dul Monte PRUNE JUICE Quart 180 IS'o. 303 size, lender SCHOOL DAY PEAS 100 Laurel or Kre.v's Mello SLICED BACON » 310 Maxtor's economical POTTED MEAT „ 50 Princess CRACKERS hox 190 Sunshine HYDROX COOKIES Pkg 250 Save! in or., pkg. MARSHMALLOWS 150 I'irm. golden-ripe FRESH BANANAS 2, bs 250 When vnu bring your coupon FAB SOAP fc 170 Dog Food (hat slops dog odors! KEN-L RATION „. 150 Well made. Silver Star BROOMS 880 These special prices good on Friday and Saturday Eberdt's GATEWAY STORI 2101 Rose Street * Cecil Lowe's GRO. ft MKT. B32 No. 6th. M»Mt 6 * Luttrell's GRO. & MKT. ftlh. & Chickasawba * Pickard's GRO. & MKT. 1044 Chickasawbs

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