WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 17, 1952 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE»SEVEN Arkansas Editors Believe Ike to Poll Big Vote But that Stevenson Will Win LITTLE ROC KW — Ike Eiscn-' jhower will pile up the biggest ? I vote in A kansas history but 'ira- IdUion will carry the state for Adlai I Stevenson and the Democrats, in 1 the opinion of Arkansas newspaper | editors. They think Eisenhower — with backing of disgruntled Democrats — will push Ihe Republican i vote from 21 per cent polled by I Gov. Bcwey in 1943 (o 3o per cent | this year. Stevenson and the Democrats | are expected to gain 4 per corn in I sircncth. despite repo Is that a ric Stevenson against Eisenhower. They wore confined to Democrat vs Republican in most cases. Most of the estimates were rjua!- ifipd. too. with a warning that things can change drastically between now and Nov. 4; This clinnge if it develops is expected to hone- lit Stevenson and the Democrats as the Illinois governor becomes be tic known anci his stands on various issue's more definite. Eisenhower appears to c!rn\v his support in all of the counties from CU his personal popularity and (2t a slowly spreading _desire for n not think for themselves." And J. Q. Mahaffey of the Texarkana News and Gazette, "Don't let anyone tell you that scratch the straight ticket Bgnfn." Editor John Mueller of the Paragould Pig Picture, the only newspaper tn the Mnte openly supporting ihe retired general, differs with the majority there. "Stevenson is stronger among town people tin Paragouldi if they know they will be quoted," Mueller said. "If their statements are off the record in about hrUf the cases thoy will ask to change to Eisen- hmvei'." Mueller, who belie VPS Eisenhow- Ihe traditional abhorrarsce of the I er will got 60 per cent of the Republican Party in the South Is I G eene County vote, believes there. sire for a chnnee in political lead-| change in political leadership — a I ership is spreading slowly through | the Btste." The gain — accnrding to a con- I sensus of editors and politically I informed sources in 74 of Arkan| sas* 15 counties — put 65 per cent I of the popular vote and the state's 1 eight electoral votes safely In the [ Democratic column. Editors in seven counties expect throw the rascals out" senti- mcnt was the way Editor Roy Caldwell of the Marianna Courier- Index tif.sc ibed it. Numerous editors pointed to results of the recent slate Democratic primaries in support of this theme. not still here." Manaffcy said. "The Democrats have heaped Hoover on top of the Civil War. Federal workers will vote for Stevenson. Negroes will vote tor Stevenson, union labor will vole for him. Farmers woill vote will be a "considerable shifting of private opinion." Tpd Fland Disagree* Ted Uand, editor of the Para- pould Press, disagrees. Rand, describing Eisenhower as "beconv WARNING ORDER rn the Chancery Court. CliitXa- sawba l>istrirl, Mississippi County. Arkansas. AmpHrV Anthony, Ptf. vs. No, 12,152 H. L. Anthony. Dft. The defendant, H, L. Anthony, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint ol the plaintiff, Amelia Anthpny. Dated this 23 day of August, 195'J. Harvey Morris, Clerk By Lamne Ball, D.C. Claude F- Cooper, atty. for ptf. Ed B. Cook, atty, ad liirm. 8:27-0.3-10-11 vs. No, 12.163 Busby Harrell, Dft, The defendant. Busby Harrell, Is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named. In the caption hereof and answer the romploinl of the plaintiff, Christine Hnrrell, Dated this 23 day of August, 1052. HniTpy Morris, Clerk : By Lnverne Ball, D. C. C. F. Cooper, alty. for ptf, Ed B. Cook, ally, for nd litrm. 8.27-9,3-10-17 Harvpy Morris, Clerk By Lav cine Ball, DC. O. F. Cooper, atty. for plaintiff. Ed B. Cook, atty ad litcni. 8.27-93-10-17 Courier News Classified Ads, The Conprew must meet annually on January 3 unless 11 has by law appointed a different day. The name Puerto Rico comes from the Spanish and means "Rick Port". him. I'm'not going to vote for him *"* more nf n I lolilician *"* l^s. of a general every day , thinks he is losing ground and will poll but I can't see how he can lose." Mabaffey expects the Democrats Iq receive 70 per cent of the vole in his TPXEIS border county. Mahaffey also summed up the basis lor a majority of the estimates. Farmers Hqlri Power The balance of political power in Arkansas slill remains with the farm population despite an increas- WARNING OKI>EK In the Chancery Court, Chlrka- sawha Dint lie t, Mississippi County, Arkansas, Christine Harrell, Ptf. cent of the Greene Gov. Sid McMath was defeated | ing industrialization in the cities in his bid for a third term and Eisenhower to win there. In an | 'here were upsets aplenty in Coun- I eighth, edito s of two opposing pa- I pers differ — one picks Ike, the I other Stevenson. In Garland (Hot I Springs) County, Editor Hubert j Dean rates the twu as 50-50 right now. No estimate was available from Newton County where the States Rights Democrats received County Democrat fit Newport, pre- County, for instance, dieting Stevenson will reap SO ner Ficial who had opposition cent of the ballot harvest in his 979 votes to 848 for Harry Truman 1 in 1945. The most top heavy Democratic was predicted in Sha p and Frnlrie Countyes — 98 per cent. I Eisenhower's best efforts were set [ at 2 to 1 in Lincoln County. Increases for both tickets this I year will coine from politically | homeless States Rierhters who polled 17 per cent of the 1EH8 vote I but have no place to go this year. Most of the States Rights sup- I port is expected to find its way | into the GOP column. Each of the editors who contri- I buted to ihe Associated Press survey on which these figu es are based submitted estimates only j on his county. Their individual per- I centage estimates were combined | into a state-wide figure based I the total vote cast in each county I ki I94B. All of them were described as "educated guesses." Only a few I «ditors have conducted straw polls ty races all over Arkansas. In St. Francis every offii was defeated — including a fou term sheriff. Stevenson's strength, on the other hand, lies principally with those who do not wan£ a change —government workers, farmers, labor. , One of the Democratic nominee's biggest bupaboos in Arkansas is a noticeable feeling that he Is a Truman - picked candidate. Many of the editors reported a feeling of "disgust with ihe present administration" or a "definite anti- Tnirmin sentiment." "The final outcome in this county (Benton), will depend largely upon how completely Stevenson disassociates hims&Jf from the Truman policies," wrote Editor Everett Pate of the Rogers Daily News. Many Editors Back Ike Many an editor who predicted a Stevenson victory in his own county intends to vote for Eisenhower. Amon? them are Publisher C. M. Young of the Helena World, who thinks the Democratic nominee and towns. Editor Elts Huff of the Jackson county, described It in this way: "They can talk all they xvant lo but when they go to the polls they will remember the hard times of Ihe 1930's and will vote the Democratic ticket.' 1 And W. M. Courtney, editor ol the Wynne Progress In Cross County said: "This county depends heavily on farm subsidisation through CCC. FHA. PMA, etc., and it Is afraid it will be taken away," The consensus figures are at odds with street talk In many places. There has been more Elsen- hower — not Republican — talk throughout Ihe state, the editors report, lhan durine any recent presidential campaign. Businessmen and the conservative elements found primarily in the cities form, ihe backbone of the vocal Eisenritnver support, Strength Not So Noisy Stevenson's strength lies in the farm and labor segments of the population. It is not so noisy. The editors were virtually un- only 20 per County vote. Crawford County Editor Hugh Park, a former president of the Arkansas Press Association, M. C>. Randall in Crlttenden County and Caldwell nt Marianna all noted a more widespread interes in politics. Reporting an organized Republican campaign for the first time in 30 years. Park said women nre taking an active part in the ballot itt'e this year. "If fin any judge, Cherry OUTS his election (nomination us governor) to them," Park said, "they will be a big factor. They may silently elect Eisenhower." Saying he fell it would be "dan- erous" to predict the outcome so early, Park added: "Eisenhower was smart enough to lick the old guard so he may be smart enough to lick Santa Onus. He is stronger than most folks think in Arkansas." Park believes Crawford County will vote fiO per cent for Stevenson, 40 for Eisenhower, Randall said a major shift to Eisenhower in Crittenden County is "caused primarily by the young people who have the courage to dare. look into the future." And Caldwell said more "griping by Ihe little fellow" is evidence that interest in the campaign is going deeper than the professional polHicans. level. Any shift between now and Nov. •J will help Stevenson and hurl Eisenhower, in the opinion of Executive Editor Harry Ashmore of the Arkansas Gazette at Little "Eisenhower's vote is largely a protest vote ngafnst Truman and the Democrats," Ashmore said. "The picture can change, and any change, will be toward Stevenson. 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