The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 22, 1955 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 22, 1955
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rAWTWO (ARK.)' COURIER mm THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER », IW Truman. Says His Adminstration Paved Way for War III Prevention. By ERNEST B. VACCARO 4~ every itside United States, with Mexico being the second most popular foreign area, and Europe third. Jonathan' Daniels. » one-time man Gestapo chief HeinnchHjm- mler had notified the Swedish Red Cross that Hitler was dying of a brain hemorrhage, Himmler proposed to surrender German forces on the Western front to Gen. Eisenhower while continuing the war against Russia* on the Eastern iront. Truman replied "1 think he (Himmler) should be forced to member of Truman's staff, once quoted one of those present as saying Truman used "blunt language unadorned by the polite verbiage of diplomacy" and "the natural language of a direct politician to men he recognized asj politicians, too." | In Life Magazine The story of the now famous White House session is told in Life Magazine's current issue in the surrender to all three governments Russia, you and the United States. I don't think we oueht to consider first of five instalments of the j a piecemeal surrender.'.' .. .. "Truman Memoirs. 1 ' The New York Times and the St. Louis Post- Dispatch are serializing them .too. The instalments make up the first volume, which will be brought out in book form in November by Doubleday & Co. Truman is reportedly getting $600,000 for this and a second volume, to be published early next. year. Trumaa attributes his 1945 ap-' pointment of James F. Byrnes as secretary of state in part to a desire to make up to Byrnes for his failure to get the Democratic vice presidential nomination in 1344. Byrnes, according to Truman, •ji-as 'deeply disappointed and hurt" when Truman was picked instead. He had "asked me to nominal* him and give him my support,'' the ex-President adds "But Roosevelt and the convention ruled otherwise." Byrnes quit the Cabinet in 1947 Later a Truman-Byrnes feud flared onto the front pages and Byrnes supported Republican Dwight D. Eisenhower for the presidency in 1952. Praised Taft Truman coupled praise of thej late GOP Sen. Robert A. Taft of; Ohio as & "highly ethical, straight-! forward and honorable man" with a description of Taft as "a violent partisan 1 ' with, a "sense of dy- Uranium Hunters Cause Trouble CARRIZOZO, N. M. W) — Uranium prospectors are getting in the hair of at least one oldtimer here. : He recently wrote the Lincoln County News he had paid taxes on his homestead for more than 30 years. "Received patent from the TJ. S. government in 1921. There was no demand for this land at that time. I fenced the land and built tanks for stock water. Now the •uranium hunters have taken my place over, bulldozed holes all over thr, place and spooked the cattle away from water tanks. Just what can the poor homesteader expect from good, old Uncle Sam?" (Modern homesteaders acquire only surface rights to their land.) Less than 40 per cent of the the United States is grown in that' country. j MOX THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blylheville Phone 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m. — Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p.m Tht Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! THURSDAY & FRIDAY Double Feature FREE Lubrication wfth your Wash Job & Oil Change Sept. 23rd thru 30th. West End Service Station ZOZO W. Main GEM THEATRE By jR,n-> c-;5 i i>i » iivvj«r\vj -,-——— WASHINGTON (AP) — Harrv S. Truman says he believes his administration paved the j Canada attracts two of « w»v fnr nreventine'a third world "war for "as far ahead as man can see." five Americans who travel ou K did so thi former President contends, by making sure of this country's military .*. "nit* states. w>th Me strength, and by dealing with Soviet Russia on a "give-and-take" basis. Truman leaves for conjecture the exact language he used in » face-to-face dressing down he gave Russinn Foreign Minister V. M. Moloiov at the White House on April 23. 1945. for failure to carry out Russia's Yalta agreements on Poland. But he says it was so sharp that Molotov was sump to protest "I have never been talked to like that in my life." Truman recalls he retorted: "Carry out your agreements and you won't get talked w like that. nasty." Truman credits Averell Harriman, then ambassador to Russia and now New York governor, with advising him at the start that "Stalin is breaking his agreements." 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