The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 21, 1948 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 21, 1948
Page 5
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Vandenberg Still Draff Possibility Blast at President Enhances Political Observers' Beliefs WASHINGTON'. June 21. iUP>- Political observers wondered lodav whether Sen. Arthur H Vandenbori: had thrust himselt closer to a GOP presidential -draff by his surprise criticism or Pi-eMiiem Truiinin Jn a televised broadcast. Vaiulon- nerg rapped Mr. Truman for lukiiii? a •'scU-servlni! iwlitlcal vacation when a ii elements of ihe »overn- mem .should stay on the job. H was the first time that ihe . Michigan Republican Iras entered Die Held of partisan poliiics In recent months. Observers were quick in note that, his attack came almost on the eve of ihe GOP National I Convention In Philadelphia. Alilioush the Kcpublicim loiciun poi:iy leader has maintained for months lhal he is not a candidate he is Mil) considered the most. cliRi- n\e -dark horse" in event ol a convention deadlock. He has left the implication all along ihat lie would <uit resist an honest-to-"odness "draft." Ili-Inuls Cuii»i-ei.s Vandenberg launched into a dc- taise of the sou, Congress' rorei-n policy record when asked what lie thought about Mr. Truman's charge that this Congress is the "second worst" in history. "£ don't believe I want to comment on the president's potshot at Congress." lie said. "It's pretly early to siiboidinnte the national welfare to partisan sniping " -But he said ho. was "dlslmctlv proud" of t), e OOP-ruled Congress', record, and added, "I doubt that I there ever has been a better one " He argifed that the glob.-il aid k program for which he is still bat• thug had "deprived aggressive Coin- He termed ralificntioii of the Rio tie Janeiro Western Hemisphere treaty anri sleps to encourage regional defense pacts of major importance In the battle for pence Vanrieiiberu also praised the Truman-quarantine Communism" doctrine which Congress approved In the form of aid to Greece and i ui'key. (AUK.) COURIER NK\VS War-Scarred Synagogue -lico'cit The lew- fil , u^ "T ' "l"" 8 '" J <™»>'« «'" cl ' t !°" s l'"»tmnrl<s and reli-io,,, ;;^ Japanese-American Girl on Jury Trying Charge Keatl Courier News Want Ads. Division of $75,000,000 Estate Made by Drawing Cards by Four Heirs '. CM!., ,/ltm' 2| ,UI"-~ Division (if a $15.0(10,000 CM ate was decided by ihe tiirn of « nlnvlni; card here, 11 WB ., rllsdaseil today. Attorney \v. Mm-); D recently drew up pa vast ranch Uoinliilek Men were to Ue divid sons * ml heirs o The estate wa equal lots, and i o/ ihe four bun ngs Hi. am > fu 'y .s ;1 lrt he wrs lor lh ( the lat lie holdin« ; Ntwspapir 'PM' Plant Nome, Format Changes I NHW YOHK. Jin,,. t\ HH'l-Tho name of the iii'«'>|«i|,,.r "i>,\i" w iu lie changed to the "New York St-u" \yedt.c.Mlnv. and Its |,, m ,m w ||| be ; rhniiKed. Us new owners annoimcfil SiUnrdny. •111. e;1 uuo foil The new.Mi by Dailies and llanley Cumi. was sold r.x-emiv m , n .,„.,,,,„•, »al down «l . iniu-li-housc table bclon- n !nie-,limn deck o; cards .Each, person chew our card and the lie.s of tlic family disposal was over. »"" i"« MacMillan' to Make 27th Expedition to Arctic BOOTOBAY HARBOR. Me.. Juno 2\. (UP)—Commander Donald B MacMillan sailed Saturday aboard '.he schoonei- Bowdoin on his 27ih arctic expedition. Bowdoin College li co-spoHsorinit the expedition with the Cleveland Museum o[ Natural History ,0110 objective of the 73-year-oW explorer's latest, venture into the. lar North will be to study litt'.e- xnoK-n glaciers on the Eas't - Coast ol Baffin lanri. Another will be 'o collect specimens for !he proposert new Arctic museum at Bowdoi-t College and for Dartmouth Collc»e's museum. " State Press Association Favors Legislative Aid For Journalism at U of A LOS ANGELES, June 21.—i.UPi — A Japanese-American girl totlav was among the nine women and four men chosen as a jmv tn My Tomoy.i (The Mealball) Kau-aikita on treason charges. The jury was selected at the opening of the second treason trial held In recent years West of the Miwiss- ippi. The poveiiiment experl.s tn .spend S5CO.',<00 in its attempt to prove that the stocky. 26-year-old American. born Japanese brutally misirealed Americans when he was a Rtiart! at a Javanese ivar prison camp. He is the first Japanese-American lo be tried (or treason. The trial will resume acain tomorrow before Federal Judge Wll Ham C. Mathes. U. S. Ally. James M- Carter, who heads the prosecution, said he expects the case to last a month. Carter accepted Susan Suzuko Naguro for jury duty when she said she saw no reason why she could not give a fair verdict. Defense Attorney Morris Ijivine was about to excuse her when the bespectacled Kawaklla leaned over ami whispered thai .s-hc- uss acceptable. TUSSY CREAM DEODORANT Tim> Qtwn Dtodotam » pjri of yoor costiimf. puit of di* miprcwtort you make, wlietjiw Tins fluffy coimtitr deodorant ( Riurcli your p<rK>naI dsinlintu, i leaves i haunting*. C'^mlc [o your skin »ncl in ihe SPRINGS. Ark., June 21 ' U! ' ' nie Arkansas Press Associa- \™ "'"•' °" record lo <ln.v as favor- School of Journalism. W. J. Lemke. chairman of the *?5\ ^,'X" t0lri , the Association at Us 67th annual convention here ™, ata l !! e .,?fP? r ! mcnt WBS "Plating House Okays Transfer Of Tract in Arkansas WASHINGTON. June 21 IUP> — The House Saturday approved and sent to Hie White House legislation to eraiit a tract of lailrt oil the , Veterans Administration hospital at I FayeUovjIle,, Ark, to Washington I County. Ark. | Tile lands, originally donated bv j local residents to the Veterans Ad- site of a county hospital. v .covers everything except Clayton was unopposed for rroom- ' . Lcmke declared, -it is '"aiion today, after the formal t "*niis. salaries.' difficult even to ~replace"ty'pewriL -, since most of the SSOO is spent for fcjmvspaper subscriptions." ^ 'Hie department chairman reve-il- ed that J,e had conferred with Dr i Lewis Webster Jones, univeisitvt president, and that they had decided to "get somethinn done." Clayton Is Unopposed withdrawal Saturday of Billv W. Kcrsh of Star city. ' notified State Democratic Sccrctarv Harvey Combs or his withdrawal. Governor ot Arkansas In announcing my candidacy for Governor. I wish to say if my fr \ mtls will help me all (hey can. toKe'her we it-jll win a real victory. •Schools and Roads arc"'llin prin- " needs of our stale, and these air my first concern. 1 am a practical man and wtl; se t the Job done. Charles A. Fleming "The Poor .Man's Friend" U5EDFA13 ,4re 5KII Deeded I STOP AND TK1NKI Usr-d f a i ? arp ,j, e >»<ln kitfhen waste you ran turn iiuo money . . . and every spare bit of diaiiKe lic-lps out on food hills llip.sp days! keep mi sa\inj; antl turninc in llsctl fats. Not only to help yourself, Inn to help i-ase Illp shortage of f«ts and nil? that Ihe Kovcniiiioin say? is si ill very serious. YOU'll GET LOTS MORE FAT ... to Itirn in (or cash ... if you'll en hack to (hose wartime salvage Iricks. Mrlt down nifiii trimmings, skim gravies, scrape every pan clean ! There's nc-vrr loo little to savr. 1-Jve.ry (iroj) is still needed! A«P Wit/tf* tff USfD fHTSf »mtrlcan Fat Salviic Commlnw. Int. Catholic Consistory Approves Canonization! VATICAN CITY. June 21. lUI'J — A .secret I'onsi.story ol the Romiin Cuiliollc loilny jijiprovei! two riiiinuiiltiitluiu lor Hie 195^ li»).v 1'cnr ceMmtdoia. Fnmlveii cmdlnnls inr-l wllli Popp rilW for I IIP Ollliillliullnj! olnilT.l IM-I>III of the yeiir In t| w K'ai'iPi UlpWilriKl C'DlulslOly Hull. TKc riiitllnnh npiirovnt Ilic ri\u- nniMlioiK ni jfHnnc d e Lnsluiinnc, Frciicli [ountlcr i)l this Order uf tin- niuiuhk'is ol HIP Dlf.ssed Virgin Mnr.v niKt VIUITDJA OI>I<VMI, Halliui founder <if the Slslns nt charily. Ttfophon* Cw»n4i AUrm • I SEVMOUH. Jnd. (UP1-A (e!-- lihonc lurncd In i fn e alarm it HIP Tinman Hotel. An electric ds- (' infccthiK imiclilne XM | lot and let ! » bed nllrc. The flames melted lli« telephone 8ii<l caused the liulni. mem to drop lo the floor. Thai stiuled a Uuztlug signal heard »•. PAGE FIVB ih« hour* BACKACHE I j NOW! ••* { BUdder Iroubl... It, Cy.t... Quick, , Mllttgtilon or monr, Jjiek j tour rtmirht lor Crrf«« lot mp!<l< •at FOUNTAINS- Kverywhwrtl Mothers Take Notice! 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