"THURSDAY-; OCTOBER 12,-1950 •.- BLYTHEVTU,K. (AnK.y COURIER NEWS T/ie Not/on Today: Truman and M'Arthur — ' ' . •'•'•' '• ; • '•'••' How Does a Captain Greet a General if One Is a President? By ED CKEAGir (For James M:irlow) WASHINGTON, Oct.; 12. (/!>) — • What- jiC'JIL (hey .say to each ulhcr? How wiiniiey bll/tt'o'ff? One man Is a livchlock dealer's son — brisk, )ia4l-fcllow-v,'el3-uiet, with a ifady handshake aiul a .quick, hearty Isugh, He is President 'of the United SUles.- The other man? A general's son —lean, handsome, dramalie, with a reputation for .steely-eyed aloolne^s. .He 1 ",* is .the five-star general \vho commands the United Nations forces in Korea. They \viil meet for the first Mine 111Ss week-end—Harry Tnim.in, 66. and Douglas' MacArl-lmr, .'10. The friends and detractors .of ' each alter the face of the "world, The man he mceL-s this week-end is.the virtual ruler of the. defeated Jaimirsc empire, and Mauris on tlir thif.slilicilii of a great jiow militar. 1 triumph. Mow will they get along? Whit will they say to each oilier? 'Re\uctant~39' Indicted for 'Red Silence' tried MarArllillr Is Mat-Arthur is a Jiving Je^ond —a larger-than-life-si/e figure, born to command; n cartoonist's delight, with his oiitthiust chin, his sunglasses, his corncob pipe; a .supremely self-confident man \vilh a flair for the full-blown, picturesque phrase. 'I shall return," vowed MacAr- tliiir after Corrcgidor. And he did. :,. Harry Truman—and this Is 'one ol his assets looks like the nmn iiext door. He Is a dirt farmer who drifted into politics, a plain-spoken plain citizen who liad vast power , and' responsibility thrust upon him. !. Self-confidence came Into to President Triimari. But lie's had it hi abundance: since election 1018. .i It may seem strange Hint the head of n state has never met one of (lie country's outstanding generals. But history nudged these two ry Bridges" Intcr'intioiml Lone shoremen's unil Warehousemen Union, All 39 derlmed to answer clurlnc a House UnAitiorlc.ii) Activitie" Committee liwliiji. here last Aprl' If cmivir'rd. (iiey face insixltniir penalllos oj a year in prison ami i SI.OUQ fine end;. They arc to be iir raiimrii In federal court Monday. Those Imlirtdl inclmlc Jack \V Hall. FLWU regional director- rtol)- ' crl McElialh. ILWU public !»/or- ! nialion director: Dr. Jolm E. Roiti- i ecke. research worker niicl former 1 teacher; Charles K. Fujinioro. Com- • mitnlsl Party of Hawaii chnirman; j Stephen Murin. Hawaii civil Hirer- i ties commMiee chairman. (IlCLCi; i Hal|)h V. Vossbrluk, former Onhii' I CIO council president: Marsh*?! r, McEnen, former I1CLC official ' Bcilevuc. Wash.; Esther M Bristow. I1CLC stcrctury, mid Da»»i»> ' Inouye. n.WU bnsinei-s figcnt. Sregrid Gives Up Esf-Qfe of Pia LOS ANGELES, Oct. 12. W, Actress Ingrid Bergman has agreed :iuc nisiory nutlgecJ these, two il ^ l ^.> t -- «".^vu unsineis figcnt, I/itn men In different directions from! 15 ° A " nle of Honolulu except M<the first; , , Euen. * '-Horn In Arkansas r PvfacArthur, born on an Arkansas military base, was an athletic yoiilh destined for. We.st Point. Hnrr/Tru- inan was a studious Missouri boy Who took piano lessons instead of plnying baseball. Bad eyeslglit .barred him •, from sports. It also caused Weit Point ,to turn him down. : • ; • i Tn World War II. MacArthur was a dashing young colonel. "The D'Artagnan of the AiE.F./' Ihrv called him—after the flamboyant hero ol Dumas' ."The Three Musketeers." He threw aside^his helmet ij'Vieri he went into battle.-lie; von 13 decorations and a speedy promotion fo brigadier-general. i|;it Is doubtful tr. he ever heard of Jh obscure,. 'be.i|)ectac)ed artillery csptnln named Harry Tntmaii.. ^J MacArthur went onward and up- yard between the wars. By 1930 lie yas chief of staff. Harry Truman, by that time, had gone broke:in the rnen's wear business and was in Missouri .politics. He -reached the U.S.; Senate Jn J934 : a>id squeaked through to reelection six years later : Then—Pearl Harbor. / Author of Communii)iies ..Douglas MacArthur "became a world figure' overnight—the master strategist, the author of flaming communiques, the symbol of American determination to hurl back the Japanese aggressors. ' Harry Tniman? He won attention as a watchdog over war production. Somewhat reluctanlly. he r^n for vice President on the Franklin D. Roosevelt fourth term ticket. The ticket won. Ami history, a few months later, installed Ihe man from Missouri as Douslas MacAr- thtir's Commander-in-chief. ,:. He's a different man today — President in his own right, nn- bending as steel on occasioti. accus- fomcd to make decisions that could gree to relinquish her share of control in the S22.325 estate of her 12- year-old daughter, Pia. . The child's father. Dr Peter 1 Lindstrom. yesterday filed -a petition asking that a Lo.s Angeles bank- be named as ca-gnardian of the estate in place of Miss Bersman The petition said Piri's mother hac 1 agreed to this change. ; • A previous settlement gives him custody of Pia most of the year. "•Miss Bergman obtained a Mexican proxy divorce from Or Ltiid- strotn Inst Feb. 9 and is now livinr in Rome with her Italian husbanr' film director Roberto" and their baby son. Roiscllln- - IN''THE CHAXCT.RY COURT FO!' C THE CIIICKASAWIIA DISTH1CT MlSSrSSIl'I'I COIJXTV, ARKANSAS' LOUISE: HAWKS, pitf. v - s - No. 11,447 SAM HAWKS. 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