Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 22, 1948 · Page 7
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 7

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, June 22, 1948
Page 7
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I Loflansoort Pharos-Tribune Tues. E\-ening, June 22, 1943 Says Favored Few Served By Congress Democratic National Chairman J. Howard McGrath Accuses Republicans Of Serving "Special Interest Friends." WASHINGTON, Juno 22—(UP) , —Democratic National Chairman J. Howard McGruth says the GOP- controlled congress took care ot its special Interest Mends" at the expenso ot the plain people." | In an obvious preview of the Democratic line of attack In the forthcoming presidential campaign. McGrath criticized congress for its , record on housing, high prices, j taxes, labor and other Issues, | "The privilege congress has ; taken care of Its special Interest j friends and frankly told the jilain people It has not time left to legislate for them," ha said. He called on GOP leaders to .-write Into their platform a "clear , statement of what sort of foreign ; policy" the party stands for. ! "I challenge the Republican par- ; ty to abandon its ludicrous effort ; to construct a .'cent big enough' ' r.o reach from Sen. (Arthur H.) i . Vandenborg to Congeasman | (John) Taber," he said. I Vandenberg led the Senate fight j to restore the House nut of more | than $2,000,000,000 from the for- j elgn spending program. Taber, | Martin. Gen, chairman of the House approprla- j apparently was not Included RESCUE TOT HURLED FROM CUFF TrumanMops I His Strategy WHILE HER MANACLED FATHK, Woyne Williams, stands at the right, little Mary Bcrnice Williams, 4, is carried from the base of a cliff near Everett, Wash., by Sheriff Tom Warnock. Police sty that Williams confessed he hurled his wife, HalUe, to death from the top ol the cliff and pushed his daughter after her, following prolonged arguments over health, finances and his desire for a divorce. (International SouniJphoto) i President Eeu'ins Series Of Conferences On His Forthcoming Political Tour WASHINGTON, June 22—(UP) —President Truman has started a series of conferences on political strategy, based lugely on results ot his recent western trip. Mr. Truman held a two-hour conference oil. the south porch of the White House yesterday afte.'- noon with a group of political advisers, congressional, leaders and members of the cabinet. White House Secretary Charles G. Ross sc;id yesterday's meedng was primarily a review of what happened during the chief executive's 9,500-mile t.our which ended Friday. Mr. Truman's next trip is scheduled for early July. He will leave by train on the morning of July 4 for Bolivar, Mo. He will sper.k there on July 5 at the dedication, of a statue of Simcn Bolivar, the national hero of Venezuela. Before returning to Washington, Mr. TrumanTs expected to take a few days rest at his home in Independence. Then he will come back to Washington for last-minute strategy conferences before the Democratic national convention. Meantime, Mr. Truman spent a good paVt of his day studying legislation piled up at the close of congress. Douglas MacArthur tions committee, fought last to limit spending. to the Indiana Extension Summer Courses to Start on Wednesday Mr. Truman's sibllities. of GOP pos- The Indiana university center i In Kokomo will accept reglstra- j tlons for its ten .weeks summer | session until Wednesday June 23, ; Many advanced courses are offered for studonts who are in at- ' tendance on the Indiana university campus and wish to take one ! or more evening classes. Most of ; the classes are scheduled in the I evening to accommodate Indlvl- I duals who nro working. Some ten \ classes are open to beginning 1 freslimon. A rather large number ( of high school graduates who arc • planning to attend college next j year have already enrolled for ! some of these classes this sum- i mer. Work taken at the Center , may apply toward graduation from almost any accredited college in the country. Courses leading to degrees in liberal arts, business, teacher : training, medicine, dentistry, law, • and nursing arc available. Sever- ; ill courses have been planned to ; meet the needs o' teachers who have not completed requirements , for a bachelor's degree or who wish to take training t.o renew teaching permits. Courses offered for the first time at the Kokomo Center include: corporation finance, and money and banking, Two new courses of particular interest to teachers are advanced educational psychology and mental hygiene. Other new courses include prose fiction and industrial psychology. Enrollrnont for this summer has already passed the figure established last summer. i Rescue Dog Trapped [21 Days by Floods ' PORTLAND, Ore.. June 22— (UP)—A tan cocker spaniel was recovering at the humane society pound today after his rescue after 21 days afloat on a Vanport City roof top. The dog, .about 5 or 6 years old, was saved by an army "duck" and • its crew. Soldiers fed him "C" rations and;took him to the pound. The cocker spurned a pan of water. iwim for health week • June 21-26 You can tell the outside temperature ill summer, spring or fall by counting the number of chirps, of j a cricket in 14 seconds, then adding 42. It always works, says Dr S. W. Bromley of the Bartlett tree research laboratories. Drink erefc Fine Qualify Furniture Inject Radioactive Phosphorous to Cure Rare Blood Disease VALPARAISO. Ind.. June 22— (U?)— Hoy Zane, 64-year-old Porter county railroad man, today told friends of the benefits atomic research has given to mankind. Zane came homo recently from the University of Chicago medical clinic, where ho was Injected : with radioactive "phosphorous 32" roada In Oakrldgo. Tenn. Zane was afflicted with a rare blood disease called polycythemla two years ago. Now he says he feels "flee." Medical authorities said tho disease caused an overabundance of rod blood cells, resulting in ! thick blood, a high blood count; »nd dizziness and weakness. The , radioactive element destroyed the | red-cell producing faculty, they ; said. i Zana underwent a 10-day bleed- j Ing treatment during which a ; pint of blood was removed from, j his body every othar day. He said : today that his blood count Is down ! to normal a.nd that he was ready J to go back to work. JUNE BRIDES The Answer to the New Bride's Problem . . . Today, it is more imperative than ever for newly-weds to be sure of not only buying home furnishings of real quality, but at a price that's sensible too. This 3-room outfit is our answer to that problem — fine furniture priced to fit today's budget. Smart Bedroom Suites For Newly-Weds Designed for young moderns! Drawers are. spacious, dustproof and equipped with center guides. Hand-rubbed mahogany J finish. Includes bed, chest of drawers, and vanity. President Truman Says Cov. Dewey Toughest to Beat WASHINGTON, June 22—.(UP) —President Truman believes that Gov. Thomas E. Dewey of New Vork would be the toughest opponent .the .Republican National • convention could give him. He feels Hocse Speaker Joseph •W. Martin, Jr., of Massachusetts j —ou!d ba the easiest to beat in November. White House sources said today Mr. Truman, .listed his choices during a recent '"bull session" •with some members of hi» staff. The . President's selections—from j hardest-to-beat to easiest oppon-1 en:—reportedly -were as follows: Dewey. Harold E. Stassen. Gov. Earl Warren of California, Sen. | Arthur H. Vandenberg. R., Mich., j Sen. Robert A. Taft, R., .0-, Sen. } John W. Brlcker, R., p., and; Moderately Priced Furniture of Exceptional Quality This week Wiler's 'are featuring the remarkable living room value • shown that includes a Lawson styled sofa and matching chair. Seats and cushions are spring filled and expertly tailored in rich long wearing fabrics. Kitchen Outfit Furnish your kitchen complete at one stroke- with this marvelous value.- Table 'and chairs are of chrome .tubing. Chairs' are upholstered in leatherette. .,.' OPEN ALL DAY MONDAY'S— CLOSED WEDNESDAY AFTERNOONS r*» champions all Real "he-man" sniff... these Jantzen swim trunks. They're action-tailored in exclusive fabrics, powered with knitted-in Lastex*yarns...to give you that wonderful Athletic Fit... easy swimming comfort...smooth,trim look. A) SPRINTER. ..Lastex Sealsuede, , ,. in five 2-color combinations, sizes 28-38 ......... 5.95 B) SPRINGBOARD . . . Lastex-knit Sharkskin in six 2-color combinations, sizes 28-38 ---- 3.95 C) WATER SPIDER...Lastex Rib Cord in six colors, 28-38.. 4.95 D) HI-DIVER...Pick and Pick Satin Lastex in five colors, sizes from 23-38 W5 1) BANTAM-WEIGHT... Water-repellent Sanforized. Mercerized Poplin, five colors, sizes 28-40' 4.50. 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