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PAGE TWO FLYTHEVTU.E. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, AUGUST «, 1951 Vinson. Re-Enters Capitol Hill Talk Of Candidate for President in '52 •WASHINGTON, Aug. 6 W*>—New . talk ol Chief JusLIce Fred Vinson as a possible presidential candidate has chopped up among Capitol Hill Democrats. Vinson, as & Supreme Court justice, isn't in K position to .say anything one way or another, but some who profess to be his friends say the chief Justice could be persuader! to leave the court and make the race even If Democratic chances don't look too good next year. The chief justice is regarded as one of those who might be picked by President Truman to take his place as the nominee if Mr, Truman decide* he .won't run again. A Kentuckian and a former member of Congress, Vinson would be calculated to cool the southern revolt that threatens to be more serious next year than it was In 1918 when President Truman lost four states to the State* Rights ticket. Senator Kefauver i D-Tnm) .said yesterday at Portland, Ore., that he thought Mr. Truman could get the Democratic nomination nnd be elected in 1952 If he wanted the job. But, Kef a tivcr said, lie was not campaigning for Mr. Truman. Vinson a Conservative While Vinson is looked upon as something of a cmwcrvallve, he probably would be acceptable to most of the "?'air Deal" wing of the party because of his record of support for the Truman domestic and foreign policies. Mr. Truman continues to keep his best friends guessing about what he Intends to do. As an example, his cryptic statements about Gen, Dwlght D. Elsen- hower last week have b«n subject to about as many Interpretation!! as there are politician* to talk jtbout them. News Cont«r*nce "Word" husla.sllc political rooters. Senator Lodge m-Mass) Joined Mr. Truman told a White House news conference he doesn't believe Elsenhower's duties will interfere with any Interest Elsenhower m»y have in policltal matters in 1952. The general has been mentioned *s a possible candidate for both thf Republican and Democratic nominations, To many this Presidential statement seemed to clear [he road for Eisenhower backers to boost thfli /nan's chances. On the other hand, Mr, Truman said he Is sure Elsenhower will place duty to his country ahead of everything else and th*t he hopcA the general will continue the mag- i nificient Job he Is doing In Europe as long as necessary. This seemed to indicate to some there Is doubt In the Presidential mind that (he European defennc task etui be completed in time foi a 19&2 political campaign. PrFKldfiU's Thinking Senator Schoeppel iR-Kas) told a reporter he suspects the President "was thinking In term* ol Elsenhower's continuing in hln present position." Although Schoeppel's home state Kansas may send an Elsenhower delegation to the Republican national convention, the senator Isn't listed AS among the general's en- the Eixenhower-for-Pmident ranks Jast night. Asked during • TV interview iNBCJ whether Republican supporters couM get the general Aft their party nominee, Lodge replied: "yes, I'm optimistic." Wilson Opposes, 40-Hours 'Plus' WASHINGTON, AUK. 6 Wj—Mobilization Director Charles E. Wilson Is opposed to any lengthening of the 40-hour work week. He said Saturday that the present time- and-a-half uav l>r*muim for over- ling boosts worker morale and defense production. There have been suggestions that defense production might b* upped IT the basic 40-hour week WRR leng- thened, without premium pay. Wilson warned In a statement that any such change would "disrupt the wage stabilization program and Industrial relations generally." Apt Description MONTREAL <AP)—SaM a Glasgow psychiatrist after a lengthy Rossjon with a Canadian custom? official here: "I felt he was examining me the way a suvage would an alarm clock." British Honor Designer CONDON (AP) — Waller D. Teague, Annandale. N.J., has been given the distinction of Honorary R.D.I, (royal designer for Industry) by the British Royal oScle'.v of Arts. Teague, internationally recognized as a leaning industrial designer, is consultant designer to a numbet of U.S. firms. Including the Amcrl-, can President Lines, Boeing Aircraft, Goodyear, and Ford Motors. The title of R.D.I, was created by the Royal Society of Arts In 1936 to honor people distinguished In thej field of industrial design. I FOR SALE! MASSEY-HARRJS COMBINE Self-Propelled — No. 27 Owner nil! toll at bargain price. This big combine it Uk» new. If Interested, call Joe Atkins at Joe Atklm Machtat Work,, 3142. go. Hlrhway 81. Jailed New York Mother Denies She Tried to Sneak into Russia CHERBOURG, France. A u B. 6. [£>)—A young New York mother wns held .in the Cherbourg Jail today loudly denying charges by her for- j mer husband that she was trying: to sneak her son through the iron curtain to be brought up B.S a Communist. French police picked up Mrs. Philomene Krelsler Klrkwcod, 27, when she stepped off the liner Homeland yesterday at the request of the United States State Department. ' Commissioner Haoul Michel said Mrs. Ktrkwood would'be held until tomorrow, but that if a New York warrant charging her with kidnap- ing the boy, Tom, 8. did not arrive by then she would be given her Jiberty, The... .women's former husband, George Krelsler, a Manhattan night club-entertainer, obtained the kid- naping warrant In New York. He told authorities there that hEs ex- wiJe'was a Communist and was taking the child to Russian-occupied Gemipy to be brought up as a Rcd.f; Mrs; Kirkwood told newsmen it j wasn't so— she was just goinj? to I visit her mother in west. Berlin lor! two months- Police nald they were surprised she should take -iix trunk*. one big packing cnse and ten suitcases for a. two-month r visit. She was accompanied by her present husband, Charles Klrkwood, and thf boy. Mother »nd child were given a room—not fc cell—In the Jail. 1 Mrs, Kirk wood aatd thf charge was "complete nonsense." "I have complete custody of the child. We can travel any place In the world we want to," she said. Kroner's action pressing the kidnap charges »Md tt WM based on a Judge's order during their divorce proceedings that the boy should not be taken more than 23 miles from New York without court permission. Frankie and Aya Spend 'Quiet Sunday' After Bout with Photographer ACAFULCO. Meyico, Aug. 6. (API—Frank Sinatra find Avn Crardnrr spent a outet Sunday in their borrowed hideaway after A pm-dawn tussle with a, cameraman. Finishing an a1l-n[gtit tour of tbn hot-spots early Sunday morn- Ing, the vacationing sweetheart. 1 ; had their picture snapped by a n«K-s nhntocranher. An unidentified mule companion crabbed the camera and returned St onlv nCter the pViotofranher acreed to destroy the film. Frank fltiri Avn, who may mnrry when the crooner's u'ifc divorre* him. are living in n mansion lent to them by a Mexican friend. FBI Takes Criminal KANSAS CITY. Aug. 6. (APl^- The FBI has npurrhended 22-yenr- o ] 1 Oilic Gene Ernbry. listed as nne of the nntlcn'A ien most wanted criminals. 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