The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 15, 1950 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO RLYTHEVn.LE (ARK.V COUKTKR NEWS Senator Shaken By Strange Man McCarthy Denounced In Office Building By Indignant Citizen WASHINGTON, June 15. (AP) — Senator McCarthy (R-Wis) bad a brief encounter In a Senate Office Building corridor yesterday with a man who grabbed him by the shoulder and called the senator "n corrupt man without any morsls." McCarthy shook him off and walked away. The man identified himself to reporters' as Robert Beresford, a lawyer of San Jose, Calif. He said he was national chairman of the Committee of Unorganized Americans and had come to Washington to "expose" McCarthy. . Bedford said he had been trying unsuccessfully to get a hearing before the Senate foreign relations subcommittee Investigating McCarthy's accusations of Communism in l-he SUite Department. He said he wanted to tell the committee about McCarthy's record as a state Judge In Wisconsin. Btrcsford to Office Bereoford went to McCarthy's office this morning and asked to see the senator. Told McCarthy was attending a meeting elsewhere in the .-building, Beresford then took nj> a stand outside the door of the muet- Ing room. When McCarthy emerged, Beresford walked up and said he wanted to talk to him. McCarthy, forewarned by his office, said he had no time and started to walk away, i McCarthy Shaken Beresford then took McCarthy by the shoulder. He demanded lhat the senator retract hk charges against ambassador at large Philip C. Jessup. McCarthy has accused Jessup of pro-Communist activities. an accusation Beresford termed "a • monstrous lie." Jessup has flatly denied the McCarthy charge. When McCarthy Ignored Beresford, pulled away and walked off, Beresiord called: "What's the matter; are you afraid of me?" McCarthy Li a husky man of about 190 pounds. Ke appeared to have about a 40-pound edge on Beresfordj a sandy-haired man who Jap Police Ready For 'Leftists' TOKYO, June 15. M 1 )—Police are prepared to deal with a leftist demonstration during the visit of American defense Secretary Johnson and yen. Omar Bradley next week. Cabinet Secretary Katsuo Okaz- akt said plans for coping with a demonstration have been made by police. Tlicic have been widespread rumors students and leftists would stage a demonstration during the visit of the American leaders, Johnson is expected to discuss with General M'acArlhur possible future Japanese military bases. For (he second straight day Jij! Sblnmo, first large Japanese newspaper to support granting nf the bases, urged Japanese to get behind the move ns a means of Insuring Japan against attack. British Are Seen Favoring Soft Peace Policy Toward Japan LONDON. Jurw 15. <AI>>—Diplomatic officials say that only formal approval now stands in the wny for a British commonwealth soft peace policy for Japan. The policy Ls extended to induce Japan not to enter any alliance with Russia and Red China, they say. It was agreed on in detail at a n-day conference of comtnon- wealth governments here last month. It reverses the harsh pun- Ish-Japan policy talked of two years ago at a conference in Australia. Crosby Returns Home NEW YORK, June 15. (/!', — Crooner Ding Crosby returned from Europe yesterday denying repnrl.s of n separation from his wife, Dixie. "Heally? I ilon't know nnyllilnff abuit it," Crosby replied when newsmen told him of published reports of his alleged marital difficulties. Crosby, who arrived aboai-d the Quern Elizabeth, said Dixie wa.s on her way here from California and would join him at the Waldorf- Astoria where he Is staying. was nattily dressed. Bcrcstord told reporters he was catching a plane back to California. ' "I've done all I can for now," he said. Happy Is The Day When Backache Goes Away .... As we xct older, slrtis Rn«J strain, ortr- eiprlion, elective sniokinp or closure In col.l tmii«Liinf>3 slows down kMru-y function. This may lent) mnny folks to complain of nagging Ijacknchc, loss of pop nn<] 38-Year-old Mother Doubles with Triplets PHILADELPHIA, June 15. (/I") Mrs. James Dimdon. 38 - year - old mother of three, yesterday doubled her family when she gave birth to triplets—tu'o girls and a boy—ai Metropolitan Hospital, The babies were delivered In a 25 minute period by Dr. Harry M. Krasncy. Me sntd both mother and babies were doing fine. Erich child weighed a feu- oimce.s over five potmd.s. They have not been named f Dundon sfitd he had worked for the Pennsylvania Railroad as a brakc'inan for nine years. He said lie suffered a broken kncccrtp 2:1 months ago while at work and has been disabled since. "T always think things happen for the best, H'll be cough to make ends meet but I'm sure something will turn up to help us out." Monthly Cramps Now-A Tested Way to Real Relief Without Puin-Oeadenmz Drug* H*ra'» w*rcorn« new* [ur thou» D tIc of rlrli <r.d women. 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