The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 30, 1947 · Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, JULY .°,0, 19-17. GOP in Michigan Visited by Dewey New York Governor Asks Second Place If Vandenberg First OWOSSO, Mich.. July 30. (UP —Oov. Tliomas E. Dewey of New York !un:hed privately with fom Michigan Republican leaders yesterday ito enlist their support, ii his effort to win the 19<«. GO1 presidential nomination. Specifically, -he was expected to ask them to line htm ni> c.s see ond choice of the state's 41 dele gates to the National party con vt-ntion next year iif Sen. Artlui Vandenberg becomes Michigan' "favorite son" candidate, as an 'ticjpatcd. Dining with Dewey were GO national ccnimiUeeinan Arthur P Siujuiierfielcl; Mrs. Dudley Hi>. national committee woman; stat Republican chairman John A. 'WaR- ner; Anthony Stnmm, president, of Federated Young <RomiblScnn clubs of iMichlgan, and Herman Luhrs, chairman of the Republican Veterans "League,. -Wagner itbkl re|M>rlers before the luncheon that Viimlcnbcrg and Dewey seemed to be "the most i>op- nlai- potential candidates in Mieh- iRan." based on |-|is talks with otliev parly leaders. "Vandenbersf will get first call and perhaps iDcwcy will be the •Second choice." Wanner said. "But no matter what candidate is chosen, Michigan will be in the Republican column. "Of course, we should select (he strongest candidate," Wagner said. "The reason why Dcwev is so popular in Michigan, aside from the fact -that he is a native son, is that he has been a successful prosecutor and administrator." Dewey is spending five days in Michigan -to build up his following. He reportedly told friends that "favorite son" candidates will block a first ballot nomination anrf the successful candidate will be the one with the greatest reserve strength. BLTTHEVILLe (ARK.) COUU1KK NEWS FAG* THBKfc Mr. and Mrs. Ford Are Back more \ong hours In the store, imri he wouldn't have c lo work on Sundays. Yes. lie told the men. he'd like to buy one of tho.se nwchlnes. Well, ,si>.id llio spokesman, there would lc a small Inve.stiueiil. course. Eny iibonl J200V Yoro dug tinder Ills counler. came up with a u-.Utered clKUr box niul handed over th* $200. Now all he'd liave lo do. said Die spokesman, \vas to Ret ; money, lots of money, and they'd show htm how to multiply J10 bills Obediently Yoro sold a half In- .lerfst in his store for $7.810. He had the money all rendy in bills when the men called lo dcmon- state le ''money-making machine." ' Tlie Kadxel ,'ookcd lltic oiu> of the bis pickle Jars Yoro kept on s shelf, but Ihc men iissvivecl in it would do the lrii-k '.ill Xhl. One of the men took Yoro's ,810. wrapped it earcfully in \wf.et urt made ns U to )>r.'. it m the Wnlch the machine for a half our. then I'll phone j-ou and give ou the signal lo open It," said ,e spokesman as the pair left. Yoro wulrhed intently its nn our passed, then another and ai>- ther. Finally lifter lour hours, he Imidly unscrewwl the -top of ll>c ttr. He found the \iapei- jnlimt, lit the $1.810 was gone. William C. Ford, grandson of the late Detroit motor mugnate, Henry Ford, and his bride, (he former Martha Parke Firestone, are shown alighting from a plane in New York, following their honeymoon in Bermuda. The young couple's recent marriage in Akron. Ohio, united two of the foremost fortunes in America- Money-Making Machine Makes Money Only for Two Swindlers Fox Joins Wolves In Ginmill; Gets Picked Up Quickly CHICAGO, July 30. (UP)—Hora,?_ Williams is a gcod, upsLandinK citizen, of Chicago. He works hard at his job as a porter in a night club. . .'. Ordinarily the Job is dull. Merely a matter of pushing brooms and polishing cloths. - ' Williams had. no idea that Monday would be any different thru: the day before, or tho one before that, ! or ahv of the hundreds of other'.days he's put in swipir.g and .sweeping at Ihe club. He unlocked the door, walked in and saw a red fox seated on 0*1? of the leatherette bar .stools. lWil!ianis muttered something about his eyes and turned toward his broom.' mien he did a quick double-take . It really was a fox. Williams stared nt the fox, The 1ox stared back. Williams started backing toward the dor. Then the !ox snarled. i "I saw these sharp teeth ond T be;it it out of there right quick," Williams said. Williams called the Anti-Cruelty Society, which sent its best fox- catclicr to take the animal away. No one seemed to know how tho -fox had gotten into the chi'o. Everybody agreed that fo£es- -wolves maybe, but not foxes—usually don't hani? around in night clubs. / -After the anti-cruelty «ian took the fox away, Williams poked his •head in the door of the tavern and took a long, long look around. Then he went to t,hc bar and poured himself a good stiff drink- on the house. Indonesians Claim Mercy Plane Downed s : r.N:;.Mv;iv. j»iy :io. <u! J )-Tiu- Imicnr ••• HI new, I'.i'i'iu'y Antrn re- (xirted :iv.u iiHtdi planes shot down :iu -Indani-.smn mercy plnre Itiin -t > him! nt JoiijukBv'lu with 'ilioiil :ui>-:|ii'x Umi'jht. iind three prr mv. iiii-hidln^ u IJrltish wonum were li'.lU'd. '1 hi 1 :• 'i-iu-y said the )>lnnc was i>i!-'l«! I: two loruu'i- Koyul Atrj Fu-.v mi, -ii^. whr.so fate was not,; known ut (,m-t>. /trie \vo!ni\n was rf|>i'iu\l tu lie Mrs. llciyl Coii- 'iliinl!!:: '. \u[>' of out- of the pilots. 1-Ym iNT:rns were h.jurcd, Anlrn Swan pi-mini, \\ done:. ui* u-- 11O1 U'tl II Mid Juiiipnl t:u c'iMi u\i-r k:ir(a. It i ccl on l!ir I lie w one in whlrh fwiv.ei 1 Indonesian iu>\\n nut of Illk, the HRi'ni'y ie- two Outi-h Mustangs ,' uu'ic'y plane us it I'll'- I in- tin port nl Joj^ji'- i'll in flami-s mid crash- nmw:ly . Uciul Covmrr News Want Aits. WASHINGTON 7 , July 30. (UP)— asked how he'd like to buy Ever since comini; to" this country! "money-making machine" — 01 frc:n his native Philippine Islands, Uial would match all his $10 bills Hilarion Yoro had worked -hard. But accumulating money was a process, , , Then one day recently two men walked ivvto lii.s gi'ocery store and with cuisp new ones. Yoro turned the idea over slowly in his mind. He thought what . "money-mnking machine" would mean to him. There would be f ec>:: "^^° rVirr Dies in Suicide Plunge NASHVILLE, Tentl., July 30. (UP) —Mrs. Mary -Prances Graham, 33, clinVancl to the mil of the Sparkman Street [Bridge ear.'.y this morning, screamed and then plunged lo her death. 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