The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 20, 1952 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 20, 1952
Page 6
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McCtellan Says GOP Welcomes South'* Support ArkanM* Senator S«y* H.'K Vet* For 'What It LITTLE ROCK UB— Sen. John McClellan (D-^Ark) says he expects th« Republican majority In the new Congress to welcome the support at conservative Southerners who hive stood wtlh the OOP In the put en legislative policy. The senior Arkansas senator, who call* himself an "Independent Democrat" long has been an outspoken to* -of President Truman's administration. He told the Lions Club here yesterday thai he will continue ' to vote wilh the Republicans If they "are right." The aenator took notice to char- gee by tits opponents that he 'Is actually 4 Republican, and added: "I don't care what they call me, If a Republican is right on an Issue I would rather be wllh him than with « Democrat. "It is necessary for us sometimes to rJse above party loyalties and pursue principles," The senator said he would oppose any further government spending Jn Kurope "if the Incoming administration push« It." "We've given them (Europe) the tools to rebuild If they will work," fa* said. , "We have asked them to furnish only the • manpower, and that's where they have fallen down." Film Veteran Dead HOLLYWOOD (/T) — Funeral services will be held today for Mrs. Louise Lester Beal, 85, who played the role of Calamity Jane in one of the first Western films made In Hollywood. She died last Monday at the niotloh picture country home at nearby Calabasas. Isaac Chadwick Dies HOLLYWOOD W?) — Isaac K Ohadwlck, president of the Independent Motion Picture Producers •nd Distributors' Association since 1924, died yesterday of a heart attack. He was (8. , Who's AWOL, Robert or Bill? Army Records are Messed Up BATTLE CREEK, Mich, t/H — OltlclKl papers on flic' at the Army's Ft. Ouster «»y J>vt. William John Tilley Is being held In Hie guardhouse on charges of going AWOL. . ' • But William, K, Is at his Detroit home attending to a concrete contracting business, while his 19-year- old brother Joseph slla In the guardhouse. Thnt Is as It should be, Army officers ruled yesterday, because It was Joseph who deserted last September. William was discharged In 19«, only the Army thought then he was Robert Tilley. The mixup gets back to the war year of 1M4, when H-year-oId William Tilley wanted to get Into action. He was too young, »6 he assumed the Identity of his brolher Robert, who had been dead several years. William (or Robert)'Joined up and served two years before honorably discharged. He wu married and the father of a son when Ms dra/t summons arrived In June. At that point younger brother Joseph decided to help out and went Into the Army as William. Three months later, officers said, he decided he didn't like Army life and returned home to become Joseph again. So when military police went to Detroit Inst. night to arrest William for-being AWOr.,, It was Jose)* they brought back with them. Officers at the fort decided Joseph ; sl>QtiId take the punlshmer^ for desertion. They didn't say whether any ncllon would be. taken against William for using false Identification when he 'enlisted, But there was a strong pos'sl; blllty that eventually the whole tangle might be sent to the Pentagon for a final ruling. Army Censor Goes on Trial For Writing Uncensored Book FT. MEADE. Md. (/P) — U, Col.. Mclvin B. Voorhees, Army censor In Korea accused of writing a book that wasn't censored, will be court marlialed here. Second Army headquarters announced yesterday that It would push charges against Voorhees for his book, "Korenn Tales,"-which, In his own vords "took a slop at a large part of the correspondents corps, which I felt wns violating security and endangering lives." Voorhees is charged with failing to submit u manuscript of his book to the Department of Army for review and disregarding' the onler of his commanding officer to withdraw the book from publication. The charges were filed by qen.' Joseph Swing, commander of the Sixth Army oh the West Coast but the Investigation was switched here so Gen. Swing would riot have to act as both prosecutor and Judge. Voorhccs said his book, published Armistice Day, ran Into a "one- Bcneral barrier" In the person of Brig. Gen. Frank Dorn. deputy information officer at the Pentagon In Washington. .Voorhees contends Dorn opposed the book because "he said I had no right to write ft Ktory which reflected against Gen. MacArthur." Cicn. Dorn denied this, tie and his slflf/ spent Iliree days going over the book wllh Voorhees and ordering changes In "cerlaln parts that were not suitable," Dorn said. No date has been set for the court martial but It will be held "in. the near future." Voorhecs Is a former editor of the Tncoma, Wash., Times and has served with the Army 10 years ns a reserve officer. During the period covered: by his book he was chief censor for the Eighth Army in Korea. Gazette Observes 133rd Birthday LITTLE ROCK, Ark. l/p) _ The Arkansas Gazette, oldest dally newspaper west at the Mississippi River, today .celebrated Its 133rd anniversary. . Tlie newspaper first was published In 1819 by William E. Woodruff. Wolves, like dogs, express pleasure by wagging their tails and put their tails ; between their legs when frightened. Yan'denberg Is Delivery Boy For Marine Pic. WITH U. 8, PIRTT MARINE DIVISION, Korea (*)—A four «tar general delivered a package of goodies to' a Marine company cook today after toting It half way around the world. — "Mission completed," said Gen. Hoyt 8, Vandenfjerg as he handed a package of food to pro. Nicholas Baldwin, of Minneapolis. The U. S. Air Forces Chief of Staff became.-"delivery, boy" as a favor to Baldwin's parent* Whom he met hi Europe earlier on his around the world . Inspection tour of American 'air bases. . ' On the first stop of his tour of U. N. ground forces today, Variden- berg met 24-year-old Baldwin at a light plane airstrip. -'''! brought a package for/'you," Vandenberg said, "I think there's some food In it. I hope your buddies don't eat it all up." Vannenberg shook hands with flaldivli!, who wni surrounded by a star-studded array of Army, Marine and Air Force brass. Baldwin said later: "I was plenty shook." Lovett Urges Steadyinqof Defense Effort NEW YORK m — Secretary of Defense Robert A. Lovett says this country should find an "acceptable cruising speed" In our defense effort. Instead of "costly ups and downs" dictated by Soviet propaganda. . Lovett spoke last an »n- nal dinner of the National Institute of Social Sciences, -which awarded him one of its gold medals for distinguished service to humanity. In discussing the constant menace in the world today, Lovett said: "We must ' proceed calmly and confidently to develop and maintain the necessary forces without regard to the particular propaganda line taken by the Soviet Union for tactical purposes at that particular moment." Hong Kong Is a 32-square-mlIe British island colony off the Southeast China coast. What Is The Magk? ... Behind Ifo Two "Mysttry Mlks" in Co/cnaiV New Blend-Air few ROMS Wmi As Ceilinf$...Gth More (table H«tt FTMI Ik Ftn«K«!...Yrt So Slwplt.. S« fey !• festall Tw. OrrlUs Ar* All Yw SM In the room . . y«t between them in 'the wall t»ke« place a most amarinj heatinsr action that gives you a better he«t«d home. It's Coll«) o WIND-AIR. Ther« is nothing else like it~ only Coleman has itl •LENO-AIR |, Mor. Than A Worm Air Duet Jy,t.m! It's a totally new way of using and distributing the heated air from the furnace. H provides individual heat-control for each room, " h «.n. w « Th« WorrnHi in the room in a matter of seconds. It keeps temperature from floor to ceiling within a variation of just a few degrees day or night If Stop. Wo,t. of Heal at the ceiling-it makes use Of this heat to keep the floors warm. You G*t Mor* iv.r., more useful heat, and more comfort than was ever possible before> because BLEND- AIR blends and distributes heat better. Acluolly $AV« ,n Yet-you may find BLEND -AIR actually cuts installation cost, compared with old-fashioned systems. $•« U. And Find Out! Come in -let us demonstrate the new Coleman Automatic Furnace with BLEND-AIR today. Learn the difference in comfort- learn how better beating suy cost you lau 1 AUTOMATIC FURNACES Have BLEND-AIR FRANK SIMMONS Gilpatric Says Air Force to Keep F 39 Jet WASHINGTON <fi ~ The Air orc'e is going to keep on flying » W» Scorpion M interceptor. Ro/swell L. Gilpatric, Air Force inder secretary, said yesterday here would-be' no cut In orders •om Northrop Aircraft, .Inc., P»o- ucer of the speedy planes, be- ivuse ol a series of fatal crashes hlch have kept Scorpions ground- d for two months. ; He said wing weaknesses fn ear- sr models would be corrected In lanes now coming off the .pro- uctlon line. •,:.'• 117 South Broadway Phon« 2651 (a/inn Philotophur Dies NAPLES, lUly'vPj _ Benedetto :roc«,' one of the leading phllo- ophers of the 20th century, died at Is home here today. He was M. lead Courier News Classified Ads. N»i Victim HARTFORD, Com. WV-Joe O*r- her, who came to tt&i* eountj-y ta tMO to **e*p* Me* coMWBtniioa ctrnps, U Inventor and producer el * variable tc*le devlc* fanportant la America'! program for oXendrhc freedom. - . The scale is designed to solve graphical problems quickly. Ninety- five per cent ot hk company's production Is for government purpose*, and Gerber Is working on additional deyelopwienti. . Mor M Bfasf i Ike's 'Go to Korea' Talk Woman Directs Airport NANTUCKET. Mass, (/P) ~ Mrs. Jean Adams Cook, manager of the airport here, la believed to be the only woman In New England to ill- rect an airport used by regular commercial airlines. She Is » former president of the Mm, an International organization of woman fliers, and the author of a book about aviation heroines. , — Ben. w»rn* Mora* of Oregon, ebsmnwitlr* on President- eleet Dwlght D, Eisenhower's proposed ln«psct!on trip la Korea,, s«ys, "You're not going to settle that. Korean War In Korea." Mors*,- who bolted the Republl- cali party and withdrew his support from Rsenhower in the November election, made that comment in a speech last night to a Pittsburgh Israel bond drive dinner. He added: "You're not going to perform any miracles by any ; visitation of anyone to Korea. You're going to settle fhe Korean War In the United Nations— nowhere else. 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