The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 2, 1952 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 2, 1952
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PAGE TWO BLYTJIEVIU-E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WBPHBBDAT, APRIL t, 19flt Politicians Agree Ikes' Report Is Politically Helpful By KDW1N B. HAAKINSON WASHINGTON W1 — Politicians agreed today that Gen. Dwight D. Elsenhower's report on the first year of the Allied defense buildup is a good political campaign document. They snid it should help his backers in their drive to win the Republican presidential nomination for him. The 12.000-word report by the North Atlantic Treaty defense force commander was .studied by Republicans and Democrats iuike, hunt- ills for political implications. Two Republican .senators who say they are not committed to any candidate—Ferguson of Michigan and Mundt of South Dakota—told a reporter they found many examples.- Some Question* Answered "The report definitely answers some of the questions raised about him as a political candidate," Ferguson said. "The people have made him a Commodity And Stock Markets- New York .Cotton Open High Low 1:15 May , ..... 4150 4119 4131 4172 July 4056 4QT3 4041 401D Get S760 3782 37-17 3773 Dec 3T31 3753 3720 3745 New Orleans Cotton Open High IW 1:15 May 4148 4187 4142 417G July 4059 4027 4013 4077 Get 3762 3783 3747 3774 Dec 3728 3753 3718 3712 Soybeans May July Sep. . Nov. Hi?h Low Close 293*1 2Bfl'v 292 2fl8\ 284 t,i 281 H . 277 vl 275 "A 282 276':.. candidate, whether he wonts to he one or not, Rnd the people will rend his report as the statement of a political candidate," Mundt, who weeks ajjo said Eisenhower could find ninny ways of making his views known while still a general, sOrf the report "Is one such device." "He was filmed for television nnd other unorthodox media on this report," Mundt said. "I dotibl that there can be any valid if this unless It comes from some hatchet man for the 'Frtir Deal'." As one example. Ferguson pointed to this Eisenhower quote on dangers of Communists in labor unions: 'Yel, It hns seemed more than once within our countries that political factions hold their own immediate gtvin higher than the fate of (heir nation or even thnt of civilization ilsclf. Workers Still Suffer 'At the same lime there arc workers in our membor countries still suffering from the delusion that their Interests are served by association with Communist-led labor gvoups. H Is Kishlmsuish tl any fmc worker of Die West could respond voluntarily to the snmo Kremlin voices that hnve dictated the elimination of free labor unions in Russia nnd .satellite countries. "In the free system, labor IK a full-fledged partner and insist share; in responsibility equally f\s it musl ; share jn productivity." Mundt said the Elsenhower report made it clear that Ihe general, if elccled President, cxpecicd the "great debate on Foreign policies lo continue." Democrats as well as Republicans praised the main themes of the report. Senate Majority Leader McFar- lant] (D-Aria), said, "All of us have paid all the lime that Kurope must co-op crate and show a willingness to co-operate." Chairman Conn ally (D-Tcx) of Senate Foreign Isolations Committee, who Is tlit'c'clinfi itction on ihe new S7.000.000.COO foreign aid bill, called the report splendid, FOREIGN AID (Continued from Page 1) forces. Tholr training is efficient, directed by some of the most experienced 'soldiers, sailors and airmen alive today. In each cnsc, in each unit, there Ss a growing confidence that they can do their Job." Theft Job was a tough one. The report said the soldiers on ihe Allied side f ft cod 225 Russian and JLJMOK RED CHOSS GIVES, TOO—Six youngsters from riob- inson Elementary Negro School here yp.slerrt:*y browshl to the ChieV.n- fiawba Chnptor of the American Red Cross nill taxes they had proimrvd for students in other lands. Th« little buxr-s ijeinif packed Tor shipment contain pencils, chewing gum, soap, :mtl o'.her little items the American students wish to .icnd overseas. [>?ft to right are Mildred Dmvery, Iveroy Jean Young, Robbie Jean Turner, Jimnilc I^ce MadkUis, Corrine Perloat, teacher of the fourth grille at Kobuison, Edward Vaughn and Mclvin Nabois. -sntcHite divisions and 20.000 Russian planes, good in quality and steadily improving. On the Allied .side are fewer than Germany Is currently replacing obsolescent aircraft with Jot planes," he said. "Work on airfields, communications, and supply Installations is being vigorously pursued in Eastern Europe. "Nevertheless, the tide has begun to flow our \vay and the situation of the free world is brighter than it was a year ago." He listed plans lor the 4.000 planes, 25 active divisions and 25 reserve divisions as added security factors, then added: : "I personally would look upon completion of this program clear material evidence that the basic goals of our combined enterprise arc going to be achieved." 'Ihat was an important kickoff 50 divisions and 4,000 planes to be!'" 1 " 1 'n l' 1 ^ renort, for It indicated ready by the end of this year, i Eisenhower's belief that he could 'Allied divisions are generally I KO back to Amenca able to point larger than Rod divisions.) j to a defense job well on the road "The Soviet Air Force in Eastern to completion. WISCONSIN (Continued Irom Page 1) campaign, both fn time spent and money expended." Kefaurer commented: "I believe this expression of faith in the principles for which I stand will set the pattern (or the nation. . . . We must all put our soulders to the wheel and work together so we will elect a Democrat to carry on the principes of the Democratic party and to continue the progress of the lost 20 years." StasMri said: "Sen. Taft received a setback because he failed to obtain more than one-half ot the total popular vote." In *Taft's Milwaukee headquarters, excitement started at an early hour last night and overflowed as NEBRASKA (Continued horn P«g« » vcr had 58 par cent to *0 p«r e«nt for Kerr. The Republican vote was runnlnf two to one above the Democrat!* vote—which k coasldereci normal *> this Republican stronghold. All Indications were the vot« would e«- ceed the 300.000 mark but not equal the record 1934 primary vot« of 408.238. Close behind Taft and Eisenhower came Harold Stassen running strongly in the third slot. All slgru indicated Stassen was draining important strength from the Eisenhower drive. C'i he built up his lead. He wai out in front from the start. PENNEY'S New York Stocks A T and T .............. 154 1-4 Amer Tobacco Anaconda Copper Beth Steel Chrysler Coca-Cola Gen Electric Gen Motors Montgomery Ward N YJOentral Int Harvester a QJgenney '. RepiSflc Steel , Radld ... Socony Vacuum ... Sttidebaker ' Standard of N J 58 1-4 43 3-8 40 7-8 15 im 3-4 57 5-8 M 1-4 625-8 11 Church 'Family Night' Delayed First Methodist Church's r ar "Family Night" supper nnd devotional will not be held to- light because of redecorating activities nt the church. Miss Sue Osment, educational nssislant to the pastor, announced this morn Ml 27 3-8 3D .1-4 3D 7-B 77 1-8 Texas Corp ........... .... 575-8 Scars ..................... 53 1-4 V S Steel ................. 38 7-8 Sou Pac .... .............. 693-4 "i J^Robn ncfklll. 'ins .nsfi Hies aie bi 0 ._ , the floon Ulcct * The weekly program will be r sumed when re tic corn tors finl: their work, Miss Osment said. Don't Be Satisfied with Symptomatic Relief! RELIEVE A REAL Gill of l3DIGESTIGii.Wi0UR! Deficiencies of Vitamins DUE TO Tlir AHSOI.U'lT.TKU'l'H No One toll Dfiiy Do you suffer from slnmnch [lisliirbnnccs, ens. heartburn, hicil- gcslion ntut dy.spep.slft flue to cle- nclrnclcs in Vitamins B,, H-.. Niacin i\uri Ivori In your sv*t''tN'.' Th'-u don't bn satisfied to merely relieve those symptoms. Uecause with 1IADACOL. you c:an relieve :i real nncl underlying cause ol such dett- clency-cnusort stomach distress. AND SO VEHY IMl'ORTANT - Cun- tlrmcd use of HADACOL nnl only gives continuous nnd cvj»i;)fcfr 11;- llcf. but It helps prevent this condition from coming back. Your own good co en en on seme will tell you this !s what you must do if you want real relief nntl freedom from stomach dls- turbanccsdue to the. 1 :!: deficiencies. HADACOL must DC cooa and give wonderful results for so many millions of bottles to be sold. Anct it is! So if you suffer this way —let HADACOL bring nbout an nmaz- ing improvement inyourconuition. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, III. •USDA) — Hogs 9,500; uneven; weights 180 Ibs up steady lo 10 lower than Tuesday's average: lighter weights steady to 25 lower: sows steady to strong; spots 25 higher; bulk choice 180-230 Ibs 16.75-17.00: choice. Nos. 1 and 1 220 Ibs down largely 16.85-11.00 to shippers and butchers: later 16.90 down: 240-270 Ibs 15.75-16.00; 280 320 Ibs 15.50-75; 150-170 Ibs 15.0016.50; largely 16.25 down; 120-140 Ibs 12.75-H.50: 100-110 Ibs 11.2512.25; sows 400 Ibs down 14.7515.50; over 400 Ibs 13.00-14.50: stags 11.50-1? 50; boars 9.50-12.00. Cattle 2,000. calves 450: opening moderately active and fully steady . on nil classes; few loads and lots commercial lo choice steers and heifers 27.50-33.85; small lots lo 3-1.00; utility and commercial cows 21.50-24.50; canners and cutters 17.00-21,00; utility nnd commercial bulls 23,00-26.00; cutter bulls 19.00- y2.GO; vcalers fully steady and active to all interests: sorted prime vealer.s 40.00; most goad and choice 30.00-33.00; utility and commercial 22.00-28.00. . Sheep 800; early sales lambs fully 25 or more higher although sizable part of day's moderate supply still not sold: higher ashing prices [ending to slow trading; new- lop reached since early February with 29 00 paid by shipper for short deck of choice and prime Texas lambs; estimated 105 Ibs or belter; several lots good and choice wool- sXIns 28.00-50; including some 116 Ib lambs at 28.00: few choice and prime No. 2 stins 27.25; slaughter ewes steady, mostly 12.00-14.00 culls 9.00-11.00. Time to time for Coke w&m &/K1Y >a <v REPRICED C PLEASE PAY CAS111.E ^Air Force Cadets >£re Sought Here 1st U. Harold M. Raines, c the Army and Air Force Recruiting and Induction Main Station In Little Rock will be In Blythe vllle tomorrow to interview ap plicants for enlistment In the Air Force as aviation cadets. Lt. Raines will be located the Army and Air Force Recruit Ing Station in City Hall from 8 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. Cadets are being sought tor training as pilots, navigators air aircraft observers. Smith Family Branch MOSCOW If,— Ivanov Is still Ihe most common name in Moscow, an KuzneliOv is second. This was revealed by Evening Moscow which said there are nearly 100.000 Ivan ovs In the capital and nearly 10,000 KuEnetsovs. Kimietsov translalet Into English is Smith. Ivanov U closest to Johns. ^^ \i/ asnions! KEYED TO YOUR BUDGET! NEW,. SOFT SUIT: 14 NYLONS New colors, too, for iVns fine crease-resistant inyon gabardine . . , navy, of course, and exciting new pastels like pink, violet, chartreuse. Taken with this becoming new silhouette wllfi its .soft details - .. it nil adds up to a smarter, more feminine took. Sizes 10-16. C-Q-G-l SUMMER COMFORT! ^^ J ( J| Rayon Tropical SHARKSKINS WITH NATURAL LINES THAT TAPER WHERE YOU TAPER- TAILORED IN FOR LIFE! 37 When you have lols of appetite, but tilllc time, a last)' sandwich and Coke—right in its frosty LoUle—are a big help. tOITUD VJNOE« »U!HO«ITY OF tilt COC.V.CCHA COMPANY «Y COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. OF BLYTHEVILLE tsiil»r.ii ImJ.-moil. © 1 TWO PANTS Don't simmer this summer! You can he fresh as a snowflake and almost as cool—in Pcnney's crisp lightweight tropicals. They're rrc.ise-rcsislnnt! They're made In holrl their smart lailorcfl-in • hope for life! Insure your summer comfort now! Come in to 1'eiuicy's and try one on! YOU'Ll AGREE "IT'S A ORIAT SUIT" .75 Hours: Weekdays 9 to 5; Sat. 9-9 COOL, COLORFUL, SO EASY TO CAKE FOR! Who wants lo iron, when llic temperature soars? Our easy-wishing, fast-drying crinkle nylons never take more llian tiie flick of an iron . . . and if you hang them carefully, they may not need llinl! Il's a handsome fnhric, too . . . just a hit sheer, interesting in texture.. . your* in navy, vivid tones or pastel}. 12 to 20, 9 to 15.

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