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Remark Causes Speculation
On Truman-Barkley Encore
By JACK BELL
'.WASHINGTON-W-Vlce President Barkley's prediction the
Democrats will keep on winning forever has stirred speculation
ol a Truman-Barkley encore ticket In 1952.
If President Truman has decided he Isn't going to run again,
he hasn't told the politicians. The little signs by which a president's
Intentions are judged all seem to point the other way.
And no one in Washington '.
doubts that if Mr. Truman does
run again, the ebullient Barkley
will be available for the second
slot on the ticket His friends can't
Imagine Barkley bowing out of
the picture after four years of the
id of fun he is having being
As the Veep a name his grand'
children tasned on him bv run
ning the letters 'V. P.' together- -
cariuey is anting a wiae politi
cal and social swath.
Stuck As Speaker
As he himself puts it, he is
"Old John Stuck" when the party
needs a toD orator to rally the
faithful at a money raising ban
quet or a national broadcast such
as the Democrats are coming up
with January 4. President Tru
man gets to duck a lot of these
chores because Barkley loves to
talk and can rip off a political
speecn at tne drop 01 a nat.
jtBarkley came up with his most
Optimistic forecast at Miami, Fla.,
fecently. He said it is his candid
judgment that in the 1950 con
gressional elections, in the 1952
presidential race and "through-
but the years of the future" voters
twill continue to give the Demo
crats a majority.
Republicans indicated they don't
think much of the vice president
s a political seer. '
said Senator Brewster of Maine.
fhe GOP senatorial campaign com
"ihat sounds just like the Re
publicans talked in October, 1948."
At mat time, some Kepumicans
thought they had the Truman
Barkley ticket so badly beaten the
elecion would be a shoo-in for
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them. It didn't happen that way.
If the Democrats offer the Truman-Barkley
ticket as a repeater
in 1952, it will be one of the most
venerable ever presented to the
In May of that year, Mr. Tru
man will be 68 years old. If elect
ed, he would tie William Henry
Harrison, who died after a month
in office, as the oldest president.
Barkley will be nudging 75 on
Partners Of Royalty
LONDON, Dec. 22. W The
queen danced with the footman
and the princess danced with the
clock-winder Tuesday night in
Buckingham palace's annual
household Christmas party.
The palace staff gave the tra
Queen Elizabeth, in diamond
tiara and flowing green gown,
waltzed with the liveried foot
man. Princess Margaret, sleek in
rose and pink, swirled over the
glassy floor with the man In
charge of the palace's famous
collection of French gilt clocks.
Until the wee hours of the
morning they danced with other
members of the household staff.
election day in 1952. For a lot of
men that might be considered too
old to aspire for a second term
as vice president But not for
Out Of Council
TOKYO, Dec." 22. m Russia
angrily stalked out of the allied
four-power council for Japan
Wednesday rather than discuss
Soviet failure to complete re
patriation of Japanese war
By the walkout, the eight-man
Russian delegation avoided hear
ing General MacArthur's con
clusion that 374,041 Japanese
have died in Soviet prison camps
from brutal treatment In "disre
gard for humanity."
Repatriation has long been a
sore point of the occupation. Rus
sia has returned some 1,300,000
Japanese prisoners in four years.
American and Japanese authori
ties have been pressing for the
return of more than 300,000 oth-
MISSIONAR.IES FOR JAPAN
TOKYO UP) Christian mis
sionaries approved for entry Into
Japan have increased from 315
in 1947 to 644 for the first nine
months of 1949. Major denomina
tions have gained 33,000 mem
bers the past year, according to
U.S. occupation estimates.
ers. As supreme commander,
MacArthur himself has roundly
scored the Soviet attitude. .
The Russians sent 94,000 home
last summer and announced that
was all except 10,000 "war crim
inals" who would not be returned.
The U. S. placed the matter on
the council agenda at the request
of the ' Japanese government,
which has been besieged by rel
atives of still-missing soldiers.
me soviet stand on repatria
tion has been damaging In Japan
to the prestige of Russia and the
Japanese Communist party. To
day's walkout will knock it down
Rtdi, Capitalism Can
Get Along, Russian Says ,
' LONDON, Dec. 22--Georgi
M. Malenkov, a top ranking so
viet leader, marked Generalissi
mo Stalin! 70th birthday cele
bration Wednesday with renewed
assurances that Communism and
capitalism can get along togeth
er in a peaceful world.
In an article in the Communist
party newspaper Pravda, Malen
kov heavily underscored some of
Stalin's previous statements that
the two economic systems need
not fight each other to death,
Malenkov, a member of the
ruling Politburo and a deputy
president of the soviet union's
council of ministers, made the
key speech last month on the
anniversary of Russia's 1918 revolution.
This tabbed -him as a leading
spokesman of soviet policy.
Thurs., Pet. 22, 1949 The Newt-Review, toseburg. Of. t
Annual Danct Held To
Fulfill Terms Of Will
WEST MINOT. Me.. Dec. 22.
UP) The host was absent, as h
had been the previous 22 years,
out mat didn't spoil the fun at
Jerry's dance." . . . ;
Ynllnff fnltfa on1 -im
of them, in all danced the old
Knlmr-A SOta .Tnitn. "TnMrt tjii
born loved so well at his birthday
ball In the village grange hall
Tuesday night. There were mod
ern dances, too.
Jerrv ha. ripen i1ait tnrw. iqoc
A fun-loving farmer, he left $30
a year lor an annual a a nee on
his birthday through 1951, when
he would have been 100.
JURt hpfni-0 "HflVTnnlroM1 Tim
Jerry's favorite, orchestra lead
er Leslie Jones called for a mo
ment of silence. It ws observed
Tf ham tn h tnv that ium 41.
sole condition to Jerry's bequest.
n me mumem oi silence ever
were broken, his will said, the
dances would not continue. .
BURGLARS BELIEVE SIGN
nlrl 'Dn.rtmn.Inn " n U
- ' w Hill, Du It H. VU1-
lars did. They took $23 hidden in
niituen poi ana a i ana a Din
tacked to the wall as good luck
Shelves and Chtsts
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14-or. Bottle Van Camp
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R! CHEDDA CHEESE FOOD .... 85 c
Christmas Orchid Special
46-oi. can Libby's
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