The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 23, 1951 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 23, 1951
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, OCTOBER te, iwt —— Truman Names Jessup In Recess Appointment WASHINGTON, Oct. 23. (#» _ President Truman has given Philip .,„,. ,, a 0. Jessup » recess appointment as Jessuo delegate to the United Nations, able " labeling charges Jessup has favored Communist causes "patent false- new" that "bordered on fraud." 'The objections to Mr. Jcssup's appointment made during the hearings of the Senate (Foreign Relations) subcommittee seem to me to be erroneous, and In some cases. • Imply the result o' partisan poll- ment, that the Senate has tics." Mr. Truman snid in a statement. He called Jessup "outstandingly well qualified." The President made the statement last evening as he announced the appointment, The Senate confirmed the nine other u. N. nominations made by Mr. Truman, but did not act on Jessup before adjournment. The U.N. opens its General Assembly in Paris Nov 6 Congress Is recessed until Jan 8 In a lengthy probe by a subcom- o»" j in ULJ^ uv u 5UUI 0m- * ^wimifllt. ilE mittee. Senator McCarthy (R-Wis) rcad >' indicated he would . and Harold B. Stassen. former Republican governor of Minnesota and now President of the University o* Pennsylvania, attacked Jessup as a (nend o! Communist causes. The subcommittee voted 3 to 2 against confirming Jessup. He Is an ambassador-at-large and a top aide to Secretary of State Acheson. McCarthy, longtime critic of the State Department and of Jcssup, told the subcommittee Jessup had In the past followed "every twist and turn of the Communist line." >, Jessup replied under oath he had never knowingly aided Communism or any Communist cause, and had long been an enemy of Communism. In several appearances before the subcommittee, Stassen charged that Jessup had given "false testimony" in denying that he never "considered " H. S. recognition of Red China. He al«o mid he had been told by the tate Senator Arthur K. Vandenberg that Jessup attended a fhite Bouse conference and was • mong supporters there of a recommendation k> shut off U. S. aide to J«««on«HJt — anti-Communist — China. . J««P denied Stassen's statement, avid he was skipping like » groMhopper from on* accusation *o knottwr to escape from a "morass of mta-rtotements." Th« State Department accused 8*««n of inawitraejr in his testimony about a roundtaHe conference of two rtwr. ago on I'M- Eastern potter. JMNP pr««4d«d and stas- M*I took part, staseen "mid Jessun *oM "affn i frrottp which favored Red China had the logic on Its side. Jessup dented H. »nd the Stat* Department •A'atd toe minutes proved Stassen wrong. Stamen said they proved he wax right.. U. S. United Nations headquarters in New York produced records that placed Jsssup In New York the day Stlssen laid Vandenberg told htm Je«up book part in the White House conference and backed a proposal to withdraw aid from Chiang Kai-Shek. That was on Feb. 8. 1948. Gen .Dwight D. Eisenhower, then active president of Columbia University, in New York, messaged the subcommittee that Jessup, a Columbia University professor, conferred at the university with him at the hour of the White House meeting. Stassen came back to the committee, and said that even if Jessup had not been present at the actual meeting, he "must hnve figured in discussions and plans leading up to the views advanced" there. Jessup (old the senators he not only was not present but had no Connection with the meeting or any China policy discussed at it. because, he said, he was not then concerned with Far East policy. In his statement last evening, Mr. Truman referred to the subcommittee hearings, and said: "The record . . . shows that charges to the effect (Jessup) was sympathetic to Communist causes were utterly without foundation, «nd some of the so-called documentation Introduced in support of these charges borders on fraud . . "Ambassador JCMUP was attacked for being at a meeting which he did not attend and for policy recommendations which he never made." "Despite his record and the patent falseness of the charges made against him," Mr. Truman said, U S en anCohjs Stuff You Up It's so easy to relieve coughs and stuffiness of colds in a hurry this ftome-rwoued way . . . with 2 spoonfuls of Vicks VapoHub in a vaporizer or in a bowl of boiling water as directed in package. Just breathe In the steam! Every single breath carries VapoUub's soothing medications deep Into throat and large bronchial tubes. It medicates Irritated membranes, helps restore normal breathing. For coughs or upper bronchial congestion there's nothing like vising Vlcks VapoRub In steam. For continued roller always rub It on throat, chest and back. V WICKS V VAPORyi Fifteen Negroes Die as Result Of Moonshine Liquor Parties ,°v?L M ;. ™ P) r™' cen . ! ast th . at - hos P itat attendant,; didn't this I find unbelieve- Senator Gillette CD-Iowa) who voted against Jessup in (he tub- immittee, said he did so because vhether Justified or not,, there'is considerable segment of our pco- e who lack confidence in Or. The President noted, in his state— —-"""v^ JKIA 'con- irmed Ambassador Jessup five imes for positions of great trust'•"" confirmations were for the am fi U three identical position to ivhlch 1 now appointing him.' He said Jessup "played role in the lifting O f the i vital Berlin ~. ...^ ,,*vjti B ul U i e Mcnm lockade. He represented the United States with great skill at the u-— ........ m, HU- jncet- _ of the deputy foreign ministers .1 Paris last spring. Jr . ' p "' as "°t immediately cached for comment. He had al- .._ ..^uld accept a recess appointment. We Popped the Question 11 Years and 11 Months Ago — She Finally Agrees LOS ANGELES, Oct. 23, (API- It took Mrs. Carolina Paris 70 11 years and 11 months to make'up her mind to remarry. ' So slie and Jim Nicolino, 68 obtained a marriage license yesterday and agreed they win «-ed 'very soon." Nicolino said that for 30 years he. a stone mason, had lived as a roomer in Mrs. Paris' home Her husband died 12 years ago One month later Nicolino proposed And 11 years and 11 months later she accepted. Tl^-J^-f.V),, BLiThEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEW! — ' . One-Man Jets Leave Comics For Real Life 1 —A I" Win-pi,olo •AW GIVE A GUY A BREAK'-The best laid plans of mice and men, as the poet said, don't always work out. And he might have had a mouse like this In mind when he said it. The tiny rodent got trapped in a bottle when he tried to get at a residue of sweet drink left In it at Miami. Fla. He was found by Jene Hampton, R garage mechanic who sympathized with the mouse's plight and turned It loose. PASADENA, Calif. Oct. 23. (AP) —A one-man 100-pound helicopter powered by rocket* In [he Upsi ol two small rotor blades will be tested soon by the Navy. "It h the nearest approach that ha* been made to strapping a pair of rockets upon the back of a man and shooting him Into space In comic strip fashion," B ald designer Gilbert Marfll. Maglll (, pre Mrfen of the Rotor-Craft Corp. of Glendale Calif., which I, making the machine for (he Office of Naval Re search here. The liquid-fuel rockets are con- rolled by .throttle. The rotor* ,« ixcd to a steel tube which supports fuel tank, and Bn open-air pilot's India Gets U.S. food NEW DELHI WI-Nearly 1 000 000 tons of (he United Slates foodloan *'!" h » ve reached India before 851 ends and the remaining 900000 tons will arrive by March next year, Deputy Food Minister M. Tiruma! here 1 ucsti °ners In parliament New-Style Boot To KeepGI's Feet Warmer WATERTOWN. Mass.. Oct. S3. M'J —A new-style rubber boot which operates on the principle of the vacuum bottle will be worn by the LET'S FACE IT - With an assist from a Hollywood makeup expert, Actress Mary Goodrich is turned into a cute little witch all set for Hallowe'en. THERE IS iecause Approximately 4.000.000 took part in the Civil War. troops | The Chicago Academy of Sciences, Natural History, was and 18 others were hospitalized in critical condition, police reported Lieut. L. T. Billiard of the desec- tlve homicide squad snid four Negroes were arrested yesterday and charged with suspicion of 'manslaughter In connection with the poisonings. Three of the victims died soon after reaching Orady Memorial Hospital Monday morning Victims collapsed while along streets m- in alleyways, and by nightfall the procession to the hospital's emergency ^'inic had become steady. "We've never seen anything like It. declared Detectives J. E. Helms and W. M. Holland, veterans of the homicide squad. "They arrived so Capsule Military ~ History at Hotel ST. LOUIS. OT - History was drawn into a close, condensed form for hotel manager Maurice Payne here recently. During one week enrf he had as hotel guests: (DA group of Spanish-American war veterans holding a reunion (2) World War I veterans In town for a state convention. (3) Members of the 555th Anti- Aircraft Battery (World War II) f4) A group of young veterans Just in from the Korean War. ords." Hospital physicians said the deaths were caused by "acute acidosis resiiHIiiR from internal consumption of methyl alcohol." Illegal liquor seized by police working on the case contained the deadly poison, said Dr. Herman Jones of the Pillion County (Atlanta) crime laboratory. No Man or Woman Can Enjoy Life With Stomach Gas! Poor digestion—swelling with gas after meals—Heavy feeling'"around waistline'— rifting of sour food. These are some of the penalties of an Upset Stomach. 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