The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 19, 1949 · Page 9
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1 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1B« Nourse to Leave Advisory Board Chairman Tires of Waiting for Truman Okay on Resignation _ WASHINGTON,'act. i9-w>—Dr. Edwin O. Nourse, chairman oj the President'* Council of Economic Advisors, has told the White House 'n effect that he is Quitting November 1 whether his resignation is accepted or not. This was disclosed today by high government 'sources. They said President Truman has taken no action on the resignation, but has not requested that Dr. Nourse stay _on and is seeking a successor, fp Charles C. Ross, White House •-press secretary, would not discuss 'he matter. Nourse's reason for resigning, it «'»•* said by other high sources, Is his feeling that he hns fnllcd 'n a three-year effort to. establish the council as a professional, advisory institution above and beyond political Issues and party programs. Ife has long disagreed on this Point with his two colleagues, vice chad-man' Icon Koy.serlhifj and DJ i John D. clnrk. They hclned carry tlie ball before Consress, for In-! stance, for Mr. Truman's antl-. fhflntfona proeram l?st January. Nnurse felt such activity was not the council's intended role in government. The finest for a successor has been unsuccessful thus far, it was learned. Nourse offered a resignation last fall, it was' not acted on. The White House then deprecated reports he was leaving. "PUCKER GIRL"—Lovely VirgJnia Wilson show* the po« that won her Ihe title, "American Pucker Gfrl," at a contest in New York. She's a pip with) the lip, said the judges. Newspaper Backs Dul'^s in Contest For Seat in Senate NEW YORK, Oct. 19. WV-The New. York Times, which backed former Gov. Herbert H. Lehman in his past campaigns for public office, came out yesterday for his Jjtppponent. U.S. Sen. John Foster P»TPul]es, In 'the New York senatorial " race. Lehman Is running on the Democratic and Liberal Party tlc'«fts. Tlie Times said In its lead editorial that It continued to hold Lehman "in high 'respect and af- fectlon," but supported Dulles on . two grounds: 1. His "direct participation In the making of » foreign policy which has become the first line of Western defe-'jse againsl Soviet aggression." 2. The hope that his eleclton "would encourage Republican candidates In other stoles to break away from the leadership of the Tafts, the Wherrys and tfie : Hallecks In the sharp and decisive struggle for control that lies ahead'In next year's congressional election." A U.S. navy pilot when he is ready to step into his plane may have 4C pounds of clothing and gear on. him. FILES HUGE LAWSUIT—Arthur R. Van Wyke (above), Los Angeles financier, and an associate filed a damage suit In federal court asking $12,106,000.000 from an oil company and various individuals. He charges 11 metallic lubricant in which he is Interested, was adulterated, result- Ing in huge loses for the product. IAP Wirephoto). Grand Champions Are Selected at Livestock Show KANSAS Cl'ltf, Oct. 19—Iff;—A young Hereford bull, dethroning last year's champion, and a chunk> Aberdeen Angus bull yesterday were named grand champions of thei: classes iji (h e American Royal Live stock Show. ' . . ' The grand champion Hereford bull, Larry Mixer 1, is owned by Alan Feeney of the Milky Way Hereford Ranch, Phoenix, Ariz. Chosen grand champion o* " the Angus bulls was Envious BardoUer III, owned by John B. Brown and his son, Elliott Brown, of the B. Joti Farms at Rose Hill, la. A hlocky Aberdeen Angus bull owned by J. Garieit Tolan of Pleasant Plains, ill., was judged senior champion bull of his breed He was Eileenniere 1050th, > two- year-old of proud parentage. His sire was the Royal's Champion Angus bull in 1946. The bull previously this year was named, champion of the Missouri and Indiana state fairs. A. E. Hudson Hardware Co, Leachville, Ark. IS THE LATEST for then- tracks «a streets a , reason! 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