TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1950 BLYTHEVTU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN Truman Men, At Governors Meeting, Are Bearing Down on Talks of Peace By JACK BKI.I, 4 WHITE SULPHUE SPIUNOS, W. Va., June 20. (/P(—The Truman administration, through its representatives at the annual conference of governors here, is bearing down hea|» on talk o! "peace" as eoll- tra^c! with "cold NVEU." This is In line with the tactics that officials Irom President Ti'u- nian on down have been following the last several weeks. The new emphasis on peace followed pro tests from western European allies last month that Americans some' times sounded too belligerent, and that Russian propagandists : were seizing on this with cries of "war monger." The rcptitiou o[ "peace" In thli politically conscious gathering however, moved some to wontier i. Perhaps the Democrats were no 1 also looking at the problem from the point of its effect on congressional elections this fall. There was evidence that some Democrats wcri> beginning to fear the Republican: might adopt the role of champion, of peace lor themselves in tin forthcoming campaigns.- ft was Secretary of Stalae Ache son's turn today to discuss worli problems. He had [he opporLunit to echo not only the peace appea made by Mr. Truman himself l>u to second the statement, of Pau G. Hoffman, the Economic Coop eration administrator, that the An objective ought to be t t.—not to win—World 'VVa Hnffni;m Slicalis Hoffman, a Republican, never theless apparently was represcn ing the administration viewnoh when he told the governors' sta dinner last night that "Mosco is trying to steal the \vord 'peace' Mr. Truman urged the governo yesterday, in a welcoming letter their conference, to join in a gra roots drive to Interest the Amer can people in "the grave questio of how,to.preserve the peace." The peace issue' already has i Its appearance in at least one pr mary. Rep. Francis Case told porters he beat Senator Chan Gu State Depanmcnt is Infested with Communists didn't seem to rest easy with the Republicans. Gov. Alfred E. Driscoll o[ New Jersey made it a threesome with Govs 1 Earl Warren- of California and Jaines H. Duff of Pennsylvania, in OOP criticism of McCarthy's methods. All three voiced vigorous criticism of the Truman administration, however, for what they called an obvious effort to withhold from the public all of the facts about subversives In the government. The McCarthy criticism was no less upsetting to some Republicans than were the words of Gov. Frank J. Lausche to some Demo crats. Running for re-election on the Democratic ticket, Lausche told news conference he hasn't made up his mind yet. whether he will vote In November for Republican Senator Robert A. Taft or for state Truck Carries Teen Agtr to Death CUMBERLAND, O., June 20. OT —A truck earring 40 high school youngsters on their annual cla5j picnic plunged down a 353-foot embankment yesterday killing R 15- year-old girl and critically injuring vo boys. At least 2s others were treated •r l&sser hurts. BATON BEAUTY—"Amerira's most beautiful baton twirler" is the title won by Rachel Ik.irtl, 17, of Casper, Wyo., among 600 entrants in a contest conducted by a school magazine. Resides strutting as drum major, Rachel plays tbc drum, dances and sings. She's a June high school grad. Political Announcement The Courlei NPWS has been authorized to announce the following can didatcs, subject to the Democrat!' primaries July 25 and August 8 ney for the Republican, senatorial nomination in South Dakota largely because people were tired of only military draft and other armed services proposals. McCarthy Bothers GOP If the peace issue was disturbing the Democrats, Senator McCarthy's (R-Wis) charges that the FOR COUNTY JUDGE Roland Green FOk STATE REPRESENTATIVE L. Fl Autry Re-election Past No > John .T Cowan Kenneth S Sulcer Post No 2 Albert A. Banks post No. 2 E. C. "Gene" Flceman (For re-election Post No. f W. F. wells For State Senator W R Nicholson J. Lee Bearden SHERIFF AND COI.LECTOR Osee Nunnally uditor Joe Ferguson, the Demo- ratic nominee. Lausche's Independent attitude Idn't augur well for the hopes of lends' that he might some day be Democratic nominee for prcsi- ent, But the Ohio governor said he n't going to let party affiliation nfluence him in his backing of senatorial candidate. He Insisted e will back the man he think: jest will serve the Interests of the ountry. Watch That Man — He's Armed . . . DAYTON, O., June 20. 01')—An ugly-looking character with a gun was standing on her porch,' a west side housewife excitedly telephoned police yesterday, j | The radio dispatcher sped three cars to the scene. 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