The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 3, 1948 · Page 5
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SUAY, MARCH 3, 10 18 BLVTllKVll.LK (AUK.) COUIJ1KK NliWS PAGE rrv» Sen. Vandenberg Could Be Drafted GOP Leader's Nam* Stays in Front as Convention Hears By Lyle (!. Wilson United Tress SUff Correspondent WASHINGTON. March 3. IUP> — Senate President Arthur II. Van- denterg will accept the Republican presidential nomination if the convention tenders It next June. Tlic senator .said so himself one year ago this month in a state inent to Lite Magazine. Tills is wh»t li« said: "I am not a candidate. I do not expect or wish to be a candidate. I shall seek no convention delegates J nor approve the efforts of others In my behalf. Of course I would yield to a spontaneous draft." Vandenberg said he would not connive in a draft mid expressed doubt that a spontaneous draft over could happen. Since making that statement last March Vandcn- bei-fc' has said nothing publicly to aller it. His associates are aware, however, that VandcnbcrB has given considerable' thought to himself in relationship to the presidency. Seeks High Office Library Course n Osccola Offers College Credits H. O. Partlow. deputy prosecuting attorney, has announced his candidacy ior prosecuting attorney in the Second Judicial District of _ Arkansas subject to the action of | the voters in the Democratic nri- Whcn Oen Dwlghi D. Eisenhow- marics to be held tins Summer. He er's boom was riding high Vandcn- j is a resident of BlyihcviUc. horg sometimes discussed the pies- ' idcncy with friends. He so emphatically denied interest in the nomination for himself on such occasions that few doubted the senator meant H. One of the questions Vandenberg Ircquently raised against himself was his age. 64 years this month. ASC is Extension courses In libr: science Ior bolli Whiles and NI>rocs under the sixmsorship of the University of Arkansas Gcnorn) Kx ension Service will be conduclci t I lie Mississippi County Ubr,ir.\ Osceola beglnnhiB Saturday, 1 was announced today. . The courses are designed prlinar ly lor librarians ot the |«ibli schools of the county, the repoi stated. Instruction will be divide into (wo canal parts with ono-hal of the courses to consist of cm rcspondence study and onc-hn as laboratory study. The courses will cover an eight week ix>rlod with classes to lie. •, held each Saturday. Laboratory work will be conducted every other Saturday with the correspondence study on all oilier days. Junior ami senior callci;e civdit will be granted pupils completiUK the. couses. The courses wi' br under the immediate direction ot Miss Leila Bensley of Little lirxX assistant stale librarian and supei visor of high school Hbrnrles. Similar courses will be held In Harrison. Ark., the rcnovl stated. Cliff-Hanger Thriller More Aid for Greece, Turkey Recommended Testifying before the House For cign Affairs Committee, they urged that an extra J275.000.0CO be provided for futile]- military assistance to the two countries. , Livestock WASHINGTON. March 3. Secretary of Slate George C. Marshall and Defense Secretary Jamc? .Porrestal told Congress today that A man nominated at G4 would bc'l Greece and Turkey are under In- 68 years old when his nomination creased Communist pressure am for a second term came before hi:> must have more U. S. aid If thej party. That is late in life for snch arc to survive as free nations, heavy responsibilities. Since Eisenhower's withdrawal Iroin politico some perjons believe they have noled a change in Vandenberg's ap- i proach to presidential politics, \ None views him a.s an active j candidate. But every time a group of Washingtonians discusses Re- nublican politics and the possibili- . tv of a convention deadlock, the I ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCK- name of Vancienberg now conies up. ! YARDS. Mar. 3. lUPi-Livrstock: A (treat many persons believe he Hogs 13.500; salable 11.000: coin- would be the logical compromise ' Pared with 9,500 yesterday. Market choice If Sen. Robert A. Tart, H.. O , and Gov. Thomas E. Dewey 01 New York stood each other off. Vanuen- berg knows all about that. If he doesn't hear all the conversations he certainly reads the newspapers. Of late the senator has been saying it would be a pretty good idea if the Republicans elected an avowed one-term president next November, such a man would put ambition behind him. Four years lie would dedicate himself to the nation's critical interests and. as one of Vandenherg's rooters expressed H. do his datnndest. and quit. Greek Navy to Sink Vessels Sailing During Might in Grecian Waters ATHENS. March '3. (UP>-- 1 hi Greek Navy has been ordered U: sink without warning vessels <,iil- iiiB at nlBUL in Greek territorial waters because the Greek Commur isl Navy Elan has been res Hid the royalist newspaper E'^i-ia re ported loday. The newspaper, quoting iinnumei government authorities, said th areas affected by the order included the Eastern Pelloponese costal waters, around main Aegean Islam's and Sarontk Gulf in the Athens area. The navy also \vas ordered lo search all suspicious-looking vessels by day or night. Kstta said. MacArthur May Submit Views on Aid to China TOYKO, Mulch 3 (Ul'i ~ Cil'll. Uiix MiK'Ailinn 1 |trol»ibly will submit Ills views on American help In China wllliln the next 24 hours In the form ot a meiuoraiuliim to C.'oUKrcss, observers believed tpday. Allied lV'iul<|imrlrr.s minouticcd lh«t M»cArthur:woukl requtst that h« »» vltws on ild'to Chin*, but tt •*• not specified whmt'tont hte reply would Uk»..' '.>:." 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Rows 450 Ibs down 18.75-19.25; over 450 Ills mostly 1825-18.75; stags' 14-16. Cattle 3.200. salable 2.500; calves 80(1, all salable; about 20 loads of j steers offered with a moderate sup- i ply of heifers and mixed yearlings. On I Cows making up approximately 25 ~ ' trade one term basis, a 64-year-old [ per cent of receipts. Open statesman might aspire to the prcs- j active on j,ll classes ^stce.^^ so advance. Bulls Reserve Officers Hear Plea for Preparedness Col Otto Ellis of Little Rock, senior instructor for reserve training in the State of Arkansas, spoke on the importance of prep a red ness last night nl the monthly ilinucr- inceting of the Reserve officers Association at the Fly-Inn airport restaurant. f Major Mariello of Little Rock . ; also spoke, describing training the Army had to offer reserve pilots I Two combat films were shown ' at Ihc meeting, attended by about • 40 Mississippi County reserve officers. Guests at the meeting were Msj. B. J. Husscy and Lt. Nash of Jonesboro and Lt. George of Memphis. Truman Calls Cabinet Meeting for Friday WASHINGTON. Mnrrh 3. lUI'l President Truman will return tn Washing ton Friday and lias cnllc'l a cabinet meeting for a few hours after his return, the White House said today. I'ress Sccretiu'y Charles G. Hoss emphaM/.ed. however, that it is nol n sperm] meeting. He suid it Is the t regular cabinet meeting day nml ' will be "i-miline" session. The president is cxoeclcd lu return from his Key West. Fla.. vacation annul 1:30 ]>. m. (CSTi VY'.::i.v and will mr.el with the cabinet at 3 p. m. American Among 19 Dead in Plane Crash LONDON. March ;i. lUI'l —A: American Identified us Guido Henen!!. Ill, was among Ihe 10 persons killed lasl night when n Helglun nc-:i iilrllncr crashed and binned ] al London's Heathrow Airport, it I wns n'porU'd todny. i aebi-.in Airlines, which fits'. Sdcn- lificil tU'nentf as a woman, said their (records showed he was on a (rip from Milan. . 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