The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 27, 1948 · Page 5
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, MacArthur May Be Candidate On GOP Ticket, But Only on Basis of Draft by Convention B.v Mll.KS W. VAUGHN United Pres* Vice President for Asia TOKYO. Jan. 22. (U.P.)-Qen. Douglas MacArlhur has not plans at this time lo return to Ihe united Stales between now »nd the convening of the Republican Nalional Convention in June It also can be stated authoritatively that MacArthur is not encouraging anybody to line up delegates in his behalf for that, convention. The general celebrated tils 681I1-* birthday yesterday. Got Around • I .'-<T."*~I . —... He was lined. M work, as usual, aiiri apparently was little concerned at news from the United States thai former Governor Philip LaFollclte of Wisconsin formally had opened a campaign to obtain the Republican Presidential nomination for him. When this corrcsixmdent showed the general's aides copies of » United Press dispatch from Madison reporting L.iFollette's radio speech In which the former governor who served on MacArihur's staff during the'war pralsect the Hotel Firm Protests Telephone Rate Boost LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. Jan. 27 <UP> —The Southwest Hotels Company yesterday protested against proposed telephone rates listed In a recent rate Increase sugBested by Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. The hotel firm operator of /ive Arkansas hoslelries, alleged It lost more than $21,000 In the first. 10 - . - months of last year In salaries for genera) as not only a great mill- [ telephone operators. It suggested tary leader but also s great states- | that the telephone company be re- man, the reply was as usual "no ; quired to pay the cost of "outside" comment " j calls, while the hotel nav (lie tele- Inclines Comment I phone services rendered'guests be In subsequent conversation be- '' General MacArlhur and this twcen correspondent—who called to offet birthday greet hifts — the general maintained the same complete silence with regard to American domestic politics that he has since lie took over the Job of running occupied Japan. It always hps been the general's attitude that lie will talk freely, usually off the record and for background only, about problems of the occupation and the general situation in Asia as it relates to his work, but that he should not comment upon affairs which are outside his sphere of activity. It is the opinion of some of those who are close to the general, however, that he could not refuse the Republican nomination If it were offered to him. "His record always has been that of a' public servant who carried out to the best of his ability any assignment which the American people gave him." one Informant safd. "and on the basis of his record tt hardly Is conceivable that he would refuse the Brcatest task of all If there appears a genuine demand for his services. Not Seeking Nomination The general, however, will "not lift a finiier" to seek the nomination, those who are close to him believe. They add he decrny would resent any "MacArthur boom" In the United States which soucht Improperly to capitalize upon his war record or prestige he. attained as supreme commander in Japan. There hns been no chanee in the general's consistent determination to see through the occuoation to a successful conclusion, bis associates assert, and be woul;l not deviate from this determination if the Republican convention next June should declare him th c party's standard bearer in elections to be held in November. II. can b e staled authoritatively that the general at this time has no plain of any kind to return to the United States In advance ot thc Republican convention and thai he Is ot encouraging anybody to try to line up delegates for him. Sales Tax Injunction Ordered Dissolved 'LITTLE HOCK. Ark., Jan. 21 (UP) —The Arkansas Supreme Court yesterday ordered the Boone County Chancery Court to dissolve a permanent injunction granted Aubrey Hickenbottom against Revenue Commissioner Otho A. Cook. Hickenbottom had been granted the injunction after Cook sought to collect $1. 093 sale tax on the sale of used automobiles. Hickenbottom contended that the revenue department's attorney had no authority to sign the certificate of indebtedness under which Cook sought to collect the tax. The court said Hickenbottom hail not contested the attorney's authority in the original petition nn<t that the matter could not be raised for the first time before the supreme court. Read Courier News Want Ad» ARMY SURPLUS O.D. Shirts ^2.45 O. D. Pants $3.45 Khaki Shirrs - - - $1.95 Khaki Pants $2.25 O. D. Sweaters - $2.45 O. D. Wool Gloves 88c Porr Wool Sox 29c Flannelet Po"« mas $1.19 New Durrnarees $2.19 New Blue Denim Jumpers Large Only $1.95 East End Shoe Repair 112 South Lilly I ween rooms. The firm lold Ihe Arkansas Public Service Commission lliat under Ihe icw rates, the telephone compiim expects thai all expenses be paid uj the various hotel*. The hotels rent their switchboard facilities from the phone company. Southwestern Bell's application to, .n overall rate increase is pending before the Publio Service Commission. No date has been set for hearing. _BLTTHEVTLT,B (ARK.)' COURIER Ten Democrats Seek To Amend Wage, Hour Low Charles Mr-Clary, 19-year-old Navy yet from Kansas City, Mo., Is in jail after what police describe as n weekend holdup and nislil-rlubbins spree from Los Angeles fo San Francisco. On a half-hour bus layover (hey charge lie robbed a store of S2I I. In San Francisco he went night- clubbiilR, they say. robbed tivo more stores ami a hotel ot $310. Then, Ihe story soes, he van out o( fuiuis, told a waiter to liold his tnhle nnd hired a limousine lo rrb another hotel of S2SO. He returned, paid bis bill, then robbed lira liquor .'lores of 52(18 before nolice picked hint up and, they say, he confessed. Gen. Ike's Assistant Gets Promotion WASHINGTON. Jan. 26 ,UP) — J. lavlon Collins, deputy chief ot staff of the Army, received tlu four stars ot a full scneral ycMe:'- day from his boss, Gen. Dwigla D Eisenhower. "Lislitninc Joe" Collins was a World War If combat olliter in both and European and Pacific ThcauM. He served as Army Pub- lice Rclnlioiis chief before taking his present ix/st. WASHINGTON. Jnil. 26. (UP) — Ten riennu'iallc .senator* Jollied }•«- teiday In Introduction of a bil'l to raise the minimum wage law to 15 cent.s an hour. Sen. F.lbcrt 1). Thoiniis, I)., Utah. formally presented (lie bill nnd loin the sennit th»l the "passnBe of years, * WAV ami resullliijj Infhi- ion" have combined to nuike Hie present, nilniiiuitn "nicaiiliigle.vs." County Jail Quarantined; Court Procedure Stops JOHNSON CITY. Trim., j,u,. 36. <U!>) — The Wa.shiiiRlon County henllh officer. Dr. E. C. Mulllnlk.s, rtldn'l iliink yi'.steidny there'd be »nv trouble about his ritiitriiiuiiin order beiiiK observer! and tliiwc 0.11:11 mil incd slaying put. Hu quarantined the cminly Jull for 14 diijjt Hiior learning one (•[ (lie '15 ui'tsonm liiul smallpox. That stopped rlreiill court work In tlu- middle o! a biisi- dorJcet. Joining Thotnfl.s li. bill wore S?ns. Cliu Florida. Dennis oh Mexico. Theodore Pi; Khode I.«lmid, Wane morlHi! llm I'epper ol \vz o[ New ncls Green of G. Mamisou of Washington, J, Howard Mrdrnlh of lihodc Islnml. Jnmes E. Murray I o[ Muntnnu, Finitcls .1. Pomsylvnnm. Cilcn II. Idaho nnd Robert F New York. 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