Austin American-Statesman from Austin, Texas on October 21, 1948 · 10
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Austin American-Statesman from Austin, Texas · 10

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Thursday, October 21, 1948
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fi Pagre Ten THE AUSTIN" STATESMAN, AUSTIN, TEXAS Thursday, October 21, 1948 Ulirafax Is Given Test 'HOPEFUL BASIS' r h 5r t J i . ? I t f f i 1 New Small Nations Berlin Formula Given Tentative Western Approval Ie!p rsBm distress of MONTHLY FlsLYjAILIs COMPLAINTS Are you troubled toy dl.tres. of lemale functional periodic disturbance.? Does this make you suffer from pain, feel o nervous, tired t ucn times? Then do try Lydla E. Plnkham'a Vegetable Compound to relieve aucn symptom. Pink ham's baa a grand soothing effect on one ot woman's most important organ! LYDIALPINKHAM'Si VEGETABLE COMPOUHO 716 CONGRESS AVE. OPEV A THREE SISTERS CHARGE ACCOUNT s ff Kirten-soffluff-knii Brushed Rayon Bamberg Gown. Needs no ironing. Daintily edged with lac and piped in contrasting colors. COlORSi Bud Pink, Sky Blue Daffodil Yellow. Sizes 34 to 40. 29 ORDER BY MAIL OR PHONE 6-5077 ; I washes everything FASTER, CLEANER, WHITI than any i W 1 I ir . 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These talks indicated there was a possibility, however slight, that a break in the dilemma might be possible. With this indication the. Western Powers gave up their insistence that Russia must be condemned before the world as a threat to peace. Meanwhile, the United Nations political committee returned to a discussion of the East-West crisis. The committee shelved the Palestine situation to take up the Mexican resolution. The small nations insisted on big power discussion of the resolution Thursday. It 'was understood the United States delegation was cool to the Mexican proposal on the basis that it was not very realistic at this time. Veteran Stereotyper Dies in Houston HOUSTON. Oct. 21. (UP) Funeral arrangements were incomplete Thursday for George Crow, Sr., 54, stereotyper for the Houston Chronicle for almost 28 years. Crow died in a hospital here early Wednesday. Before coming to Houston, he worked on newspapers in Beau mont and Pasadena. Dr. Felsing Is Back From Ohio Dr. W. A. 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L" ' - ' ' t - "tf I fc.Sl :. cm ' tt&J' j tA&6 AijKSfe'ii',AcA'w.- .- j;.-v-T,.-4 "Js, y .. . ? t ifj lav: a -.- - PERISHED IN STABLE FIRE A race horse (left) works out on the Hawthorne Race Track (background) as a passerby inspects Porier Plugs For Tidelands DALLAS. Oct. 21. (IP) Repub lican senatorial candidate Jack Por ter claimed Wednesday night that his opponent would not hesitate to take the tidelands away from Texas. He said in a 23-station radio speech that "the Democratic Party and my opponent are committed to confiscating the Texas tidelands for the federal Government." He said the permanent school fund now . pays out about $55 a year for each student. "That means that if you have a boy or girl in the public schools, the permanent school fund is paying each year approximately $55 toward your child's education. It is estimated that the income from oil royalties under our tidelands will provide an additional sum of $30 per student for the next 20 years. "This means that your boy and your girl have a tremendous stake in the tidelands." Porter was scheduled to speak in Gladewater at 2:15 p. m. Thursday, Longview at 3:30 p. m., Kil-gore at 5 p. m. and here at 7 p. m. The Tyler speech was to be broadcast. His tour was being sponsored by the Smith County Jeffersonian Democrats Club. EDDIE DYER SLATES SPEECH FOR PORTER HOUSTON, Oct. 21. UP) The first political speech of Eddie Dyer, manager of the St. Louis Cardinals of the National Baseball League, was scheduled over a 24-station radio network at 6:30 p. m. Thursday. Dyer was to speak in behalf of Jack Porter, Republican candidate for US senator from Texas. Secret Files Sought In Texas City Suits HOUSTON. Oct. 21. ) Attor neys in the $190,000,000 Texas City disaster suits against the United States government have asked the Federal Court here to require the Army to divulge confidential files and correspondence. The attorneys told Federal District Judge Thomas M. Kennerly their inability to gain access to the files and correspondence is hindering their efforts to learn more about the disaster which claimed over 500 lives. Husband Still Must Pay Off TYLER, Oct. 21. (UP) When police stopped a woman driver here Wednesday it turned out that it was the man who paid for the fine, that is. The police stopped the car be cause the driver ran a red traffic light. The woman's husband hastily explained he was teaching her to drive. The officers accepted the explanation, excused the woman. and gave a ticket to the husband. CATHOLIC CONGRESS DALLAS, Oct. 21. (IP) The sec ond regional congress of the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine of Texas and Oklahoma Catholics went into its final day session Thursday with Archbishop Robert E. Lucey of San Antonio as the principal speaker. ? t Millinery and Costume Jewelry tits, -v.- . 'SAME IDEALS? Tafi Claims Republicans Will Win Texas Election DALLAS, Oct. 21. (JP) Repub lican Senator Robert Taft came to Texas with a plea for Texans to vote for GOP candidates who "rep resent the ideals and the political philosophy of a great majority of the citizens of Texas." Taft told a Republican rally here Wednesday night that the Demo cratic Party was split in factions and predicted that Thomas E. Dewey for president and Jack Porter for US senator would get the largest block of votes in Texas. Taft left Wednesday night for his Ohio home. He arrived in Dallas just before noon to speak on national housing problems at a luncheon sponsored by the Dallas Home Builders Association. Thursday, Governor Earl Warren, GOP nominee for vice president, was due in Texas for a brief stopover in Fort Worth for another campaign speech for the Republican ticket. A small crowd which Dallas Police Sergeant George John es timated at 400 to 500 persons gath ered in( the bandshell on the State Fair Grounds here to hear Taft as well as state Republican candidates speak. Jack Porter drew applause and a few yells when he declared: "I know I'll be your next US senator." Taft declared that the battle between President Truman and the 80th Congress "is the sme battle between freedom and totalitarian government which is going on today throughout the world." Everything Texans believe in, he Church Leader To Visit Tilloison Miss Helen Kenyon, first woman moderator of the General Council of the Congregational and Christian Churches, will be the guest of Tillotson College Friday. At 10 a. m. she will address the general assembly of students and faculty and will speak to members of the Student Christian Association and other fellowship groups during the afternoon and evening. Miss Kenyon was chosen a moderator by unanimous vote of the General Council at Oberlin College last June. A LEARN THE TRUTH! You, and thousands like you, know that bran aids in relieving constipation due to insufficient diet-bulk. But only NABISCO 100 BRAN gives you a taste-treat, too! It's finer-flavored . . . and it's finer-milled to make this bran gentler on you. (If constipation continues, see your doctor.) there FESTIVE there GAY your hats for th coming season mm charred remains of a stable which burned and 24 horses perished. The coroner's office said it had a report that a groom is missing. Hawthorne plant is in suburban Stickney, 111. said, "is being attacked by Mr. Truman and his CIO-PAC allies. Mr. Lyndon Johnson, in general, goes along with their views." Johnson is the Democratic nominee for the Senate. At a press conference before the rally, Taft said he had no comment to make on the Texas senatorial race but "I can say that I find Republicans in Texas very optimistic." Commenting on the Taft-Hartley labor bill which he helped write, Taft said undoubtedly there would be recommendations for changes to be made in the next Congress. He mentioned specifically that it "probably was an oversight" that the anti-Communist pledge was required of labor union officials and not of corporation officials also. Difficult Winter Airlift Forecast MIAMI, Fla., Oct. 21. iff) The Berlin airlift faces dangerous winter flying conditions but it will keep going. General Hoyt S. Van-denberg told the American Legion convention Thursday. Ifl an address prepared for delivery before the national Legion parley, the US Air Force Chief of Staff said: "To date the operation has been handled with remarkable safety. We have flown special equipment j across the Atlantic for installation j along the corridor but even so one j must expect a less favorable safety record when bad weather descends. "But casualties or no casualties the Berlin airlift will keep going just as long as the American people say to us: 'Do the job. Deliver the goods to Berlin'," Vandenberg promised. Choose A il 1 I i x.-t? r,,f I 7 I hill y 7 c x ' i t P i " A I- i tri f I;-' ' t 'Y ki if (Continued from Page 1) nouncement in the new father's excited handwriting." "Our armed services," said Sar- noff, "certainly can appreciate the value of this new system of highspeed communications. "In the busiest days of the war. the signal center at the Pentagon Building handled as many as ten million words in 24 hours ... "With ultrafax. this load could be handled in 10 minutes from one transmitter, and in one minute using 10 transmitters." Sarnoff also envisioned: 1. Instantaneous transmission and reception of complete editions of newspapers into every home equipped with a television set and "ultrafax' attachments. tNo cost estimate was given.) 2. A "radio-mail" system by which mail would be "broadcast" and processed by ultrafax. and then picked up by Uncle Sam's mailmen at receiving points. 3. The transmission of a full-length motion picture from a single negative in the production studio simultaneously to the screens of thousands of motion picture theaters throughout the country. "Indeed," said Sarnoff, "so many political and social problems are raised by these and other recent scientific developments that a new national communications policy j should be considered and establish- j ed by Congress." j SADDLE 4." i - - - - ' Get into a saddle for real comfort . . real funl Your choice . Black and White . . . Brown and White. SHOE SALON-Street Floor ' Good Gabardine Coat tailored 100 wool gabardine coat ... a coat you'll wear for sports and for dress-up. Fine satin lining, beau tiful ornate buttons down the front and trimming the deep cuffs. Green, grey, wine or black. 8 to 1 6. FASHIONS-Second Floor $J70 (Plus Fed. Tax) CALL 8-4655 CONTINENTAL G.95 Choose a trim-lined, smartly 55. 't'j iv Fe C : 1 f ; f I -ferall ar umm-ms Ramify wash and dishes 103 E. 8TH is 5 ? -

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