The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 12, 1947 · Page 9
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June 12, 1947

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1947 Asiatic Manager For UP Promoted Miles W. Vaughn Mode Vice President of Press Association NEW YORK, June 12 (UP) — Tlie election or Miles W. Vaughn as a vice president of (he United i JJi'ess was announced today by Hush "- prcslclciit ot that' organiza- BI,YTIIBVHJ,K (AUK.) COUUIKR NKWS Circus Boasts Only Chaplain Serving Under the Bigtops Vauglin is U. I- general manager for Asia and makes Ills headquarters In Tokyo. He has been with the United Press since 1915 and lias served as correspondent, bureau manager and news manager in Ihe United Slates. South America and lhc Orient. He has held tile post of bureau manager in New York and Rio do Janeiro. Vauglin first, went to lhc Orion'. In 1014, and for 10 years was in charge of U. p. operations then-. As Far Eastern manager he organized the coverage and distribution of news in China. Japan, the Philippines. Dutch East Indies, Malaya and Manchuria. Vaughn covered manv hitr rin- *-i« • M ^ i , ""•' " l *> * L<J , uies anu KcaiK-nu 1 ]], umotmcmg ioj re., ,„ ti lc orient during that DC- | tllo first time in your city the one od among them the Chinese Na- all<| omv c . i ,. ( . us chal . (in in lhc ni _ tionalist revolution, the Russo- <llrc worlrt .. Chinese war of 1928, the North Thc Hngmasler at Mills Bra:;. China civil wars and the Chinese- '„.„,,. cinlU , casll ,,, !vk( , m . lt ,,„. Japanese conflicts in Manchuria. nounccmci a to the Ware of brass He was correspondent with Doth tUc , 10 ,, )H llm i c ,. [nc „, ll)|v . Chinese and Japanese armies dur- „ .-,,-.,... ing the Manchurlan ii.jhl.ing. Inj Onc ,'. >r ol "" s >»>"l"c Japan lie covered the series of ivj-i' ,? S T" „ Y onc ," f litical assassinations leading to thc "I"- 1 " 1 " ~ ls °" ll "-' military mutiny of May 15. 1032. In 1034 Vaughn returned to New York vO become night news manager, a post lie held until his reassignment to the Orient in 1944. Drawing on his long pre-war EX- srionce in the Par East, Vaughn By l-'ltANK NKA Special CokTosponduat CLEVELAND. O., (NKA) — "I.a- dies and gentlemen, Inti'oilueing for One of Ohio's unkino person- its kind in captivity"—is He is 84-ycar-o! ( | "n«:" Wiui- dcll of Columbus, "pastor" of the three-ring circus owned and operated by I'anl. Jack, Hurry aiKl Jake Mills, Cleveland men. And don't go worrying about his first name- the t-ircns world i Mi- ,~ ~ " —•--• —"-—| knows him as "Doc" and nothing reestablished U. P.s peacetime ' c | sc . . amf 'transmission Ing the war. The United in Asia now serve.* 136 newspapers an<| radio stations direct in nine Asiatic countries and territories. In addition U. P. dispatches reach several hundred additional newspapers through news agencies in Japan, China and Korea. Vaughn is a native of Nebraska and a graduate of the University of Kansas. He worked o.i Mid- Western papers before joining the United Press in chlcritjo in WI5. He served in the Navy in the Pir.st World War and then retinii'jj to the U. P. as foreign editor. Soulh Africa, Australia, India, and Caiiiida am Great Britain's four ijest customers in the iron and steel industry. Likewise, don't think tills is !» dream of a .s:uv<iust ring press agent, "Doc" Waddcll is an ordained minister and litensr'd to preach by tile Interdenominational Evangelistic Association and in tile Mcthoriist church. Every year, when Mills Bros, start lhc season, "Unc" Waddell opens the program wiUl prayer. And what dors a circus cliap- lain pray about? Well, "Doc" lhatlks the Almighty lor the chancre people have for amusement—for tlie opportunity folks get to laugh and forget the yrief in this otd world and tilings like that. , But "Doc" doe:; more limn pronounce the invocation at the curtain raiser for the circu:;. Even 1 week he conducts Sunday school for Ihe 20 children — MHIS and daughters or the performers — Can't Afford This Luxury' Arab Falhcr Declares When Quadruplets Arrive JKIitJoAl.KM, JlliK' 12. (Ul*) — Naif TvHinu't:, an /^rab policeman and luitu'i 1 ot nrwi>:>!n eiu;uiiu;>- let.s, coinplaiiu'd ttul.n' that "lliiii snass prociui-tion i s a catastrophe." II: 1 wa;: uuhiippy v/ln-n lu 1 learned Inn wife was KHIIIR to have » b'.iby---thi' siMh. lie llioniihl. He woiTied vbmit how lie could Mill poll six children on 580 a monlh. A ual;y cirl was bun e.ii'ly Ihls inornln;;! Then Mrs. 'roiuneh com- ])l;>lni'i'. ot lunhrr |>aln. and was taken to a hospital. Three houi'.s lute a second (lauitlUei 1 - was born. An hour lali'r it was a boy. Then five, Toumch i'Ot or, and was even PACK MINI ur I : lie In I'lor- who travel with the show. And on Sundays when the outfit is camping on the lot—there are no Sunday exhibitions Ijy the circus—"noc" rigs ii|> a pulpit und preaches. Maybe Me stands on Ui" tongue of a circus wagon, ot\ a ballyhoo platform or on the broad hark of "Hurnia," (he elcpMaiil. More than ;>0 years- ago he got the idea lo become a circus chaplain. People laughed at him -"Due" told me. He tried to remind llietn there were, chaplains in the iirmy, hositpals, prisons and all kinds of places. Rut, Ihe- Mills brothers didn't snicker. They saw the merit in the idea. So every season now "Doc" goes out with the- .show. Kometimcs he preaches in churches and often speaks before service clubs. He has preached nt comity fairs and in niglit clubs. "Doc" Wad- dcll, who was virtually reared under the big top. hn.s )>een~~nrnuiKl and lie wouldn't, trade his cirrus inilpil for any job in the world. Read Courier News Want Don't Neglect Slioping FALSE TEETH Do f»lsc teeth drop, slip or wabble when you tal'e, eat. langh or snccxe. Don't be annoyed and embarrassed by such handicaps. 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