The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 28, 1948 · Page 5
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MONDAY , JUNE 28, 1948 Political League To Reject Oewey Organization Within AFL Cannot Support GOP, Green Asserts WASHINGTON. Julie 28. CUP AFL Preiiciont William Green snid today that the AFL's Political I.ea- Bue nill "never" support the Dcwey- Wnrren Republican presidential ticket. Green made the statement to reporters after a conference with President, Truman »t the While .House. Asked tf he thought Mr. Truman jjtiilU defeat the Dewey-Warrcn '^kkei, in November, C3recn replied: "That depends on the Republican auxiliary, Henry A and Ills party. (ARK,) COURIKR NK\VS PAGE WIN* VFW Plans Memorial Distributors Say No Real Oil Shortage Near WASHINGTON, June IK <UI>) — Independent oil distributors lol;l House Sin.ill Bu.siuo.sse.s CoimnUU: Saturday thai the United Slates luces r.o real Miortajie oi jielroleutn. Representatives ot ttie indc[X.'nd- I Youth is Wounded While Shooting Turtles JONKSIIOKO. Ark.. Jiuif. -28. iUl'1 —A M-yoar-old Luke Clly boy ivus iliuli-r Ireiitiiieiil lu'l'e toilny for H guti.shoi wound received i-vidny. Klvls Tucker. Die son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Wullcr Tucker, was ncclilm- tally shut by a cumsniimin yesUT- rjay as they were limiting turtte.s. The .'M rilllber bullet struck him III the chest anil Iciilnecl in lu.s mm. CARUTHERSV1LI.IO, Mo.. June '28.—Pictured above is the architect's drawing of tile $15,000 Memorial Building ttml the Veterans of Korean Wars of Carutliersville and Hnyti will construct. Ground-breaking dedication ceremonies were held June 17 nt the site <>n HlBtiay 84, near Hayit. The floor plan measures 48 by 60 feel, with office, kitchen and sloraKe space, and a main auditorium 44x48 feel, which will have liardsxxxt floor. Wallace j The one-story structure will be of .structural tile clay. Post members will do much of tlic* themselves. 10 hold down drive next Fall, and by various pro- colm(y leaders and clubs have al- first on the construction agenda, ready made voluntary contributions, according to post Commander Cii- commander Huuer stated, and oth- milte Hube'iA . | ers have pledged sizeable conlrlbu- Kimds for thp building will be lions as soon as the lund drive tets raised by the members through a underway. "The Republicans could well a!- work r °^ 0 DB^W,KrckTiu! 8 ,»l| l)lllldl " l! tosl5 ' *"» 'Bating lor. jec.s the post will sponsor. Several get much labor support on 'Vis re a " d »°" r >»* < ! ' c f°"»"«""" to be roi'rt oi 1 platform," the AFU president said- In saying (he AFL Political League wnulti "never" support De\vey ant! Warren, Oieeu first was asked it ihe AFL, would back the Republicans. He hesitated and guve no answer. Then he W ns asked If the A>'l/s Political League would. "Never." lie replied quickly and with emphasis. The league was established by ,, ,„„ . ,,,,.,^ ^ ,., the A PL'S Cfith convention in San & . A £ RA " ENT °- CaUf " June M -* Francisco last October to work lor ~'V^~ The nomination of Gov the election of a liberal Congress 1 tarl Warren of California for vice that would repeal the Taft-Hart- resident gives the Republicans a lev labor law j ticket composed of two former 'it is financed by voluntary con- j nickel-busting prosecutors. Like Gov. Thomas De\vey of New- Warren, Like Dewey, Won Fame As Racket-Busting Prosecutor voluntary contributions from the individual 8,000,000 members of the A PL When H organized, the league's cammit- Ace decided to leave the way open jfe indorse a presidential ticket if deemed appropriate. This,policy has failed to gain the unanimous support of all 105 AFL unions. For instance, the carpenters, headed by longtime Republican Wil- i liaiu Hutcheson. have declined to contribute to the AFL league- York, Warren first gained political notice as a hard-hitting district attorney who cleaned up graft and corruption in a large city. The big. white-haired, 57-year-old Western governor has an unblemished for °" ice - v ! Her fathe He entered the Republican Na- • up, Eonal Convention this year as a ' .. favorite son" candidate, lie made >,,,. Bishop's Threat Fails to Deter Beauty Contestant .... o.l dLslributor* ur R ed COMRITSJ ' Ullls < ' i " mo1 M ' r itl ! > ! ^»^ 'tark- lo block the Commerce De-pan- ' IKV 7 ^irir vulnn, how.-v.-r. is uiv mciifs plan for putting Into foivo m " ll >' ;u ' uto ln llu ' llusk the nationwide pet i oleum allocution plan. They .snid I his plan vais wanted only by big «>' companies who .sought lo drive independent.'! to the wall. An industry-wide allocation plan can be jyit into el foci ui icier li\\v it il Is determined I hut there is at .shortage. If such H. plnn goes Into effect, provisions of Ihe nnti-trust \A\\R as applying to the oil ituUu- i ry wcn:UI be suspended. CliHirmtui Waller I'locscr, 11,. Mo. ( said "it we arc able to o.sinbli.sti that there is no nctunl .shortage — i and evidence hero indicates that | .such is the case—(here, will be no ^rounds for the proposed industry- wide nlUx'iitLoii agreement mul consequent £aspensic<n ol the antitrust laws." Ru.s.st'11 V. Hrown, ^eiu v ral coun- sol of the independent I'etroleum Association^ ol America, said "last Winter's shorta^e.s were of a spot or temporary nature. I'licy were, due," he said, "to riislocat ions o[ transportation and too heavy suil- | (ici^ (tt-jiiajid stemming from ma conversion in u.s? <>I oil LJI industi and for lit-ating hoinrs," ' I)eWalt liacnJil I'D\vt-i' Saw HAWKINS l.nmlK'r * MacliiiU'i y Co. DrWall IH'alrr Iti Aik.m'.ji ILnIrr rr;in,' DiMLiT In ,lrk.ins;i>i 1U18-M I'.'tHir SI. rlium- MOU 111 [If Kink. Alk NOW! iTHE TOT SHOP 'I at FOUNTAINS •,' ^•- ... ! Kverylhinif for ! Up fo ( • 110 S. Second Phont 2308 i Closed Wednesday after- i noon SEE YOUR PONTIAC DEALER Sales - Service - Parts Goodwill Used Cars SMITH PONTIAC CO. Genera/ is Promoted * I'MOM BLYFHEVILLI: WASIIIINGTON, JIIIIP 28. (Ur \\ HKELINO. .W Va.. Juno 28. President Truman lias sisneil a bill ' — Pretty Mary Rutli Ford. 20, authorizing tlic promotion o( I.cs- •saul today she would participate |i c R. Grows lo Ihe permanent rnnk 1 in a local beauty contest dcsolle tlm | of major general. record of success in running' , „ excpmimmlcalion from . The , lcw lftw wil p cnl , lt a , c rc . I \r R ["?," Cathollc Church tircim-nl ol C.i-ovcs-,11 l.is request I Her fnthPr. . grocer, backed her I _ at thc cll< , ot ncxt Fcb riiBi-y with I the rnnk of lieutenant general, his matter ol the chinch ' lemuornry wartime rnnk. Washington, D. C., Vets | Ask Vote for Eisenhower WASHINGTON, June 28. (UPt— The IOCH! Veterans-ior-Eisenhower Committee is making a bid to force the presentation of Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower's name before the Dem- ocraic National convention. The committee is sending a sound truck around the city urging Democrats lo write in the general's name in Monday's District of Col- k.tmbia.' primary. W If the write-in campaign ig successful, Eisenhower's name probably will be presented to the convention next month in Philadelphia backed by the district's votes. Though Washing tonians do not vote In the November election, they are represented at the national conventions. •'. Catholics taking part in the con- no campaign In other states But he' othe '• 1 id f • 1 r^rSd. 1 ^ on as long as he tliuuehl he hRd a i i cst wi] | f , cc chance - Two girls already Wnrren first came into nalionnl " political prominence when he won the governorship of California in 19-12 from the Democrat Culbcrt L. Groves headed the Manhattan Project which produced the atomic bomb. have with- s ' ra kle.s nre not permitted lo enter. drawn from the beauty contest be-| Tnlcnl ls stressed; indecent ex- cause of the Bishop's stand. Bishop posure is hanncd." Miller suld lit Swint said the contest was Lmmor- | the cnblcgrnm. al and indecent. Olson, In .spile of the fact that The contest is sponsored by the three ovit of five ol the state's voters i Moundsvilie Junior Chamber of were registered Democrats. • Commerce as a preliminary to a His re-election in 1946 made stale! slate beauty pageant to pick a history. He won the Republican i candidate for Miss America at At- INOW! nomination easily and also captured ttie Democratic nomination. That made the election ft mere formality. (California's peculiar cross-filing system causes most candidates to file -for the nomination of both parties.) In fact. Warren has never lost nn election. He started winning them m 1926 when he was elected district attorney of Alametta County, which includes the city of Oakland on the East side .of San Francisco Bay. He was re-elected in 1930 and 1934 and won a reputation as a racket- buster and prosecutor of corrupt public officials. In one case, he sent the county sheriff to prison for participation in conviction of a city commissioner an illegal boil operation. And he won for a paving contract deal. In 1938 Wnrren decided to try for state attorney general, an important and powerful office in California. Although Democrats were elected to nearly every other state office that year. Warren won the attorney generalship. In that job, lie cracked down against illegal gambling, hitting hard at bookmaking and personally leading a sea-going raid on an offshore gambling ship. lantic City this rail. The chamber, meanwhile, appeal- I ed directly to Pope Pius XII to lift ! the ban, William J. H. Miller, di- j rector of public relations for the chamber, sMd he had cabled a ve- t quest to the Pope for an "expression" on the matter because it "threatens the success" of the pa- I geant. - ' "The moral background of each entrant is investigated and unde- FOWL510N SCHOOL OF MUSIC Offers SPECIAL SUMMER CLASSES In PIANO - ORGAN - VOICE Mrs. DaKim ('. Kinvlstoii. li.A. B n<l M.S.M. Dallmi C. Fowlslon, iM.S.M. Certificate A Sl>«oii|] I'rii-i' for the I2-\Vi«c-k Term Is Offered FHV Information ('nil UI,YTHKV1I,1,K 20-lft STUDEBAKERS T U D E B A K E R We Need 5O soml used cars anrt Irurkv Sre us lu-forr ynn M'll. \\> \\i\-t several litlr mm|,.| ears anil |rui>li» on »>r two lots (or >i>ur selection. co.Mi'i.rn: SI:KVICI: DKI'.VIITMKNT r.Mt'l'S AM) ACCKSMllUKS Chamblin Sales Co. "Your I'nemlly Slutlobakfr Dcnlcr" W. K. K Asli I'lumc 2195 T TT E B A K E R STUDEBAKERS WHEN BUILDING Buy the Best in Lumber from a GOOD LUMBER YARD! 100% HOME OWNED BUILDERS SUPPLY, Inc. 1'lmiie 2SR2 .F. 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