The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 30, 1948 · Page 2
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, IMS Dewey Watching Berlin Situation GOP Standordbearer Discusses Campaign Plans With Warren By Klrllaml i. Kinsr (United Press Stuff Correspondent) Rawlinir. N. Y., June 30 —(OP) — „,.„ . .- - n bit' maple tree vlth Ins running mate, Gov. Earl Warren of California, Dewey told a ^ press conference that he had heen in almost constant touch with the Berlin situation. The New York governor said he had conferred by telephone with John Foster Dulles, his foreign affairs advisor twice a day since his nomination. "What do you think of the situation In Berlin where the Russians have thrown up a blockade?" he was asked. "It is a very grave situation," Dewey replied. "I intend to have a full length conference with Mr. Dulles shortly." "Do you think it could lead to war?" a reporter asked. ••We must not even consider such a possibility," Dewey replied. Asked about the "communist denunciation of Marshal THo in Yugoslavia, Dewey said: "I have nnt sufficient information to comment on U. However when Communists fall apart I am a little dubious." Dewey and Warren, the vice-presidential nominee, sat in their shirt sleeves .is they talked with reporters. Dewey did most of the talk- Ing. j> Tne New York governor explained that the meeting with Warren ?t the farm was their first op- •L1THEYILLE (ARK.)' COURIER KBIT* Super-Cargo Planes Can Carry 222 Soldiers 1 The Douglas C-124 cargo aircraft, recently ordci One-Year Degree Newport is Ready for Beauties Vie'mg for Miss Arkansas Title Hamburger, of N'ew Vork, has earned bis bachelor's degree atler only one year's tludies at the University of Chicago College. Tlie institution permits students to study according lo their own speed. NEWPORT, Ail:., June 30. (UP)— Newport is ready lor au estimated 16,000 visitors todr.y and Thursday for the Miss Arkansas beauty I pageant and the annual convention [of the Eastern Arkansas Young Business Men's club. A huge stage has been completed at Memorial Field for the three ^ pi£.eats when 92 beauties from over the state will compete in modeling evening dresses and bathing suits ri give their exhibitions of talents. Newport's 65-p;ecc band will furnish the music. Noble Miller of Lonoke, president of the EAYMC, ana raul Chambers of Helena, secretary, arrived Moi.- day to aid Sam Brownlee, president of the Newport club, and Millar.-l Hardin. pageant chairman, with the final details. The entrants: Iris Jean Logan of Arkadelphi.-i, Jcrrye Thompson of Batesville Jo Ann Shanks of Blythevllle, Mary Ixiu Pulliam of Brinkley, Bobbie Jean Delzell of Clarksville, Va-.i Louis McDaniel of Forrest City, Mary Kay Barber of Gurdon. Sue Jackson of Hardy, Patsy Mabie of He:ena,''Barbara Lawrence of Harrisburg, Ann Jackson of Holly Grove, Bonnie Anthony of Hope, Lorayne Childs of Hot Springs. i Betty Piickett of Little Rock, Ad i t Busnn Campbell of Lonoke, Marcel i.i u.iL^iitiui ui iviaivern, Uill'islin" «'^'-"I«IIIB iw ^ntnivci t\icuorniacK Traicoff of Marianua, Etoise Cope of lhe Tennessee Children's Society fjf Mninmnt \\ Kni-inir n^v,v,i« TI \ He rnifirt^. HIP rwlntit if\i\ /\t a *• m>» la Balchelor of Malvern, Christine Handicapped Orphans Find Friendly Homes MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UP) — Even handicapped orphans get a break according to MlcXacl Me Conna ck Mammoth Spring. Bobbie Hurley of Newport. Dolores Whitson of North Little Rock. Lonnic Moore Johnson of Osccola, Ann Heiget of Parauould, rhciu Daniel of Prescott, Lavomie \vil- Hc reports the Adoption of a four year-old deaf mute and an 18- months-old baby who physicians say will never walk. A woman who had a mute brothc: felt strangely drawn to the silent liams of Scarcy, Hobby Jack'soi" of ' smili " 8 llttlc fe'lnw and adopted Stuttgart, Laredo Well".* o! Walnut i 1>in1 ' McConnack said. Some U. S. Atomic Secrets Known But Others Continue Super-secret WASHINGTON (Ul'> — Tim Atomic Energy Clmmilssloii has soerals so secret (lie f«icral public doesn't even know they exist. )!y now, everybody Interested knows Hint the commission 1ms a secret, weaiwns.testing base »t Knl- wolok Atoll. It hiis „ secret weApmis- bulUlliiB plant, at, u, s Alamos, N. M. H also lias a lot at secrets at such wo11-|>ubltclwd |>lace.i as llan- ford, nWsli., and Oak Hld^c, Tenn., wliei'e It makes bomb materials. J!ia In addition to all tlmt it IKW- sossrs secret facilities so .vcrel that eve,n llieir geographic locutions are secret, too. And It will not define, even In (he m ost B encnil terms, the secret activities being curried out at those facilities. Making Secret Weapons Tlic commission freely slates from time to time that it is making secret weapons at ixis Alamos H says without lic.slliiilon tlmt It Is conducting secret tests at Knlwclok lint In a dlscuslon with newspaper men here of atomic pro'jools the commission chairman. David E Llllentluit stopped short after list- Ing • down or sc. Then he Bililea, "I won't mention some otiiern." He went, on (a "ask co-operation" of the itrew In "not identifying them" lu case of any of his hearers should learn nboiit the secret in- stallatlona Sudia No St<mtt He was not referring to the armed forces' special weapons base at Saiidln, N. M. It was at Snndla, as a commission spokesman put it that "our work U lied !u with llw military's." Olid of tlic secret projects at Saii- dm, II Is lairierstood. Is development of atomic wftrheatU for guided missiles. Hut the existence of the SundLa base Is uo secret; Its eslabllshmenl was Hiiiiounccd officially. Nor Is It any secret that the atomic, commission Is stockpiling bomb material as rapidly as H can Where the deadly stuff Is being stored, however, Is "crimps us Ills a secret as the commission has Maybe that Is wliat 1-lllemhnl was talking about THKEB Rend Courier News Wnnl Aits. PEPSI \// IAAKES PERFECT \ for a grand and glorious Ridge. Julia Bivens of west Helena, Bonnie Manchester oi West Memphis, and Virginia Etlirlrigc of Wynne. Alligators capable of are the only r making a louri raorlMnml more than a mile. eptiles noise Of the infant with the invalid future, McConnack said "The child has a real linjne now. She sold herself to a couple by her radiant smiles, curly blond hair and blue eyes." Slmi)le colmtry llfc °" * f sl>w lo be thc most Im7 . ardous _ PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OP BLYTHEVILLK portunity to discuss government policy in privacy since their nomination. 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