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May 19, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

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NOtTHWIST ARKANSAS TIMIS, toycffwrill*, Arkame*. M.n«toy, M«r If. IWJ Drinking Causes Much Of Country's [roubles, Says Candidate Hamblen; But He Doesn't Look For Prohibition Again Somethini's got to be done about it. "No, I don't think prohibition is coming back. Even if 1 was elected by some miracle, I couldn't do it. But there's got to be some curb on liquor. It has gotten out of hand." Nassichusefls And Rhode Island Officials At Odds Over Brink's Robbery Invesfigafion ,, i His candidacy for president is a ' "' Wimlcd to r u n j n e w t u r n i n the fabulous career of By BOB THOMAS i id . . t h r " '^u" '' S ' lrc ' ,*""t as mm-h as I want a b a d : Stuart Hamhlcn. Until 2'4 vears ut at" t h a t b a r o?er' I h eTci TM ] ' 1 B u t ' «TM in il a challcn.*.! **··. he tad his own Wutern and ran up a bill of $250 in one' r ' lis r m j n t r y is in the worst con-1 muE . lc P"JSram on a oral ra 10 afternoon." .lilion morally ,nat it l,a.= ever!^,,!,,' race'horse'stables in the The man talking was S t u a r t , hw n in history. I tell vou it ib on. w . st Hamblen, candidate for presiclt-nt l h o hr »'l nf hell. If we had to , . ' . , ' , - . . _ , , on the prohibition ticket. He was ''=l't .Ine S t a l i n tomorrow, I'm'^TM 1 '" 1 G r a n a m "«vlval sitting in a Hollywood restaurant "'raid we couldn't win. We don't I His whole life changed one and drinking coffee. .have f h o moral fibre for it. I only I night when he paid a visit to the "I didn't want to run for prr-i- hope that it isn't too late to get it l m t revival of Evangelist Billy : inck. Graham. His conversion was im| "YcF. I t h i n k d r i n k i n g is one o f ' m e d i a t e . He no longer drank and I ' h e m a i n reasons our country is j he gave up the race tracks. ! in such bad shape. Why, do 'you "I K av e them up because S5 p.-r 1 t h n l some of the most im- i cent of the people you meet at 1 pertain issues nf our government' race tracks are thieves." he said. STOP Acid Indigestion r Almost Before It Starts! Boston-i'/Pt-Massachusctts a n d Hhodc Island Inw enforcement n u ''""'* ''"· "'p-T- at parting of the ways today as they sought solu- 'I'M of trr SI.218,(100 Brink's rnb- said. "I'm going to get out the old typewriter and w r i t e up some articles. I'm going to see if the network! won't give me some television time. "We're on the ballot in most every state, nnrt I think I'm going to surprise folks by the size or un- vote I get. The people are ready for a change." hery and the gangland slaying of a w e a l t h y road house owner. The apparent break between state officials became known last night when Rhode Island's Ally. Gen. W i l l i a m E. Powers announced. "Thui far Boston authorities do not seem to be interested in the i n f o r m a t i o n a v a i l a b l e to tif." Powers accused Massachusetts a u t h o r i t i e s of showing a d e f i n i t e lack nf Interest in i n f o r m a t i o n which he said might lead to solu- 'ion of the J a n u a r y 17. HMO, B r i n k ' s rohbery and the K a t u r d n v mornini ambuih shooting of Carlton M. O'Brien. 49. Powers made t h e accusation shortly a f t e r .Inseph F. McOinnis. 48, former convict and Boston n i g h t c l u b owner, had been released f n l l o w i n g finest ioning in the slaying of O ' R i i c n . Two shotgun hlitsts k i l l e d O'Brien in f r o n t of his West W a r w i c k , R. I., home. The a t t o r n e y nenerai *a:d in- vosticators in h'.r. state hfiH tin- ' covered I n f o r m a t i o n i n d i c a t i n g t h a t the O'Rrlrn slaying was tied i up w i t h the Brink's job. Most h u m a n cancer is found In older people, but no age is exempt. The one-humped camel does riot reach f u l l m a t u r i t y u n t i l about its I n t h year. No Luck In Attempt lo Hold Up Night Club Nrwpnrt, Ky-t/IVSiv mm tri^! to hoM up onr nf Northern Kcn- Itjrky's fanfir?t night Hub* **ir!y today, A man Kirntil'JrH hv polic* 1 us one nf IV hand'H--MIr'",^! Anthnnv Tnj»' !| r^ ··· - ' an'i thf- son of thf nwnrr nf Iho niRhl rluh v.-.t v.-m.-ncKTi - chnngr nf .ho?.«. Details ucrr l a r k i n g nn \vhn shot whnm M i'-p Gli*n P l a v t n - riniTi. across the Ohio Rlvor from C i n c i n n a t i Newport Pn]\rr ij Jain' 1 .'* Fuller said Robert Schmidt. HOD nf th»* club's oyncr, 01 HI Schmidt, WHS wounded in t h ^ I r f t Baptist (onventiof! in Miami Brought To CloseL M i a m i . Fla.-W-Thausanis : 'it Hap'" 1 ' hrv!»r| home today after thi l*rc"i. r n f e t l n j of the Souti- rrn Hn;li5t Convention In its 1$- yrxr h K t o r v . 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FIEt COLOII PtAN FOLDED Vo-J rrc t h p finish".! effect "' yuur color-nl^nn^d mom before yo-j KUr. \n paint! TUMS F0« THE TUMMY "They want something for nothing. "I even sent a man f o San Queniin. I gave this friend of mine pome good t i p s on the horses. The horses won and he bet some more. He kept betting even though I told; him not to. Then he started losing, j One niRht they caught him t r y i n g ! to hijack a gas station, lie told me, 'You caused it.' And sure enough,; I did." | Hainblen also «,:·· up his radio show. "They wanteu me to adver-; tise beer, and I wouldn't do it," : he said. "I quit a SI,000 a week job, and brother, that ain't easy, i "But let me tell you on amazing 1 j thing. The day after T quit the radio show, a couple thousand or- | dcrs came in for my song, 'It Is No Secret.' Now it has sold, oh, a | couple of million copies, and it is the only sacred song to make the hit parade." 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