The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 10, 1949 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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THURSDAY, MARCH 10, BI.YTIlKVn.I.K (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS ' PAGE NINE ' NATION TODAY 'alkathons in U.S. Senate resent Sod, Bleak Sight, \arlow Says After Listening By James Mallow WASHINGTON, Marcli 10. Wi—How does a oue-man talkathon s? From where I sat it's a tad sight: bleak, lonely and boring. Senator Hurry Cain of llic State ol Washington put one on yesicr- y. The sandy-haired Cain, who looks younger than his 43 years, talked • six hours and 45 minutes. +—— Seems Republican Cain doesn't ] Never more (nan » handful ol e Democrat Mon C. Wallgren ! senators sal around, listening or 10 used lo be governor of Cain's j talking among themselves. He of Washington. 1 Stray visitors wandered Into the Cain has made this known many j naileries, stared down at Cain, 1s- ics before. In case anyone hud y doubt of It. lie threw his mara- on talk yesterday. Senate work camp. 1" ft IU ^ slop. . .. and Iclt. Armed with Words Cain opened up the talk, fully prepared with a 264-paRC address 79.01)0 words Ions, i>lus nnylliliMg' ehn ho could (lilnk of to iliimv In. , He talked, waved Ills arms, iiomt- : cd his liiiKCr sternly In the air like a mntilslrate piuslnc juiiitnu'iit. raised his voice, lowered It, out. a dramatic pitch in. took out the '• cii-unatlc pitch, stepped forward, j stepped back, put a hand In his [ pocket, look it out, look very car- ne.st, and talked. I The hours dragged on. The dim; light filtered hi through (he sky- \ • lls>ln in the Senate celling, some • I iifu.spapcmien peeked in lhi-ouj()i: 1 the nailery doors to renssure thein- ! selves he'was still at It and those, who Iv.ui to stay ami listen lo every ' word just slaved and listened. If you ever heiu 1 that K ono-mun lalkfest is gotiiB on. stay away. All tins started sonic time ago. Wallgrc-n. before he beiame governor of Waslilnglon, was a 1-011! Kressman and a sennlor. While he [vv'ns in the Senate he became a great pal of Sen. Harry Truman. i They remained pals when Mr. Tinman bcenme President. Iti the liisi election Wnllgren was rieleali'il for re-election as governor. I Out to Illiu'k Aimiilnlmcnl 1 Mr. Tnmian remembered Ins ulit friend, and havlnx won a new term himself, called WiillKren lo tlie eajiltal and named htm to be chulr- \ man ol (lie- National Security He- ; sources Board. Tlie Job pays $H.OOO a year and i the board's job is to see thai Amer- 1 lean Industry can convert quickly 1 to war prodnciion In ense nt war. | As .soon as Mr. Truman animmi- ced the job lor Wallgrcn. Cain KO( busy to block II. | The appointment can't no through ' tmU'.vi the Senate approves And belore the Semite approves, (he Senate's armed services Camnill- U'p will have lo apjnove. This committee has held hearings on Walltren's fitness for tlie I jot). Atul Cain protested that Wiill- j grcil was unfit. i Politics, said Mr. Truman. "1'er- 1 Minal prejiulice." said Wnlluren. ,, , , All iimons havlni! claims «Rnln«t Cain replied that his omioslllon ] „„,,, fAM( . ari , hl .,-,, by | lot i(|ecl to was "Urn) and lu.np.st." I exltlljll sanu- to salrf Admlnlslra. And there H stood. Whn( caln ,,„._ „.„,„„ iSlx (81 „,<„„„» O f the j llmiiglil he eoulrt accomplish byj dR1e „, „,,„ nnllt , (1 o , (ll( , y ,„„(! b( . ils loiiR-dlstftiice 'alk — beyond what he had accomplished by what ho said before-- is not clear to me. The Senate wasn't voartv to vote on VVnllgren nnyu-H.v. njicl won't be for nl least u week. The Armed Services Committee won't vote on WallKicn till next Tuesday and the full Senate cati'l vole on him ucforc that. But at leasl Cain manned to make tlie Senate a day. wheels stop foe In the I'robalr Court fur Ihr Clilckusavlia Dl-.lt lot of Mlsilisilil'l Cumity. Arknuitas. 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