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January 12, 1955

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T. M. Warner Joins Smith And Bowman Store _•. ^ ' • t- fc—L>banon Daily News, Lebanon, -Pa., Wed., Jan, 12, 1955 Ike Endorses Nixon's 1954 Campaign Tactics WASHINGTON (UP)—President Eisenhower is firmly recorded as endorsing Vice President Richard M. Nixon's 1954 campaign tactics and -feels now that informed Republicans should defend them against Democratic charges of a smear. . Mr. Eisenhower's endorsement was in a campaign wind-up letter to the vice president expressing admiration "for the tremendous job you have done since the opening of the present campaign." The President's feeling that other Republicans campaign familiar with tactics should Nixon's rise their defense has been expressed privately since Speaker Sam Rayburn and numerous other Demo- • Smith and Bowman, local carpet and rug dealer at 742 Cumberland St., have added a new salesman and carpet consultant to its staff, it was announced today by J. Gor-don (Pete) Smith, owner of the itore. • The new employe is Theodore M. Warner, 602'/i Ruby St., Lancaster. Warner conies to Lebanon with a full knowledge of Gulistan carpels, a featured product of Smith and Bowman. The 'new salesman was employed by R. A. Fulton Company, Philadelphia, who are dis- tributers of Gulistan carpets and U.S. Rubber unclerpadding. Warner, who has a wife and two- year-old son, plans to move to Lebanon as soon as practicable. His duties as a carpet consult• ant will consist of assisting customers to purchase carpeting in the proper color and pattern to match or contrast with the rest of their interior decorating scheme and furniture. The new employe is a veteran ' having served 16 months in the Army, part of which,was spent in Seoul, Korea. He is a baseball enthusiast arid was secretary of -the Buchanan Baseball Association, of Lancaster, which has a membership of over 100 boys between the ages of eight to 15 years. Warner, a 1947 graduate of Penn- tylvania Military Prep School, in Chester, also underwent a distributor-salesmen training course which included a week at two mills which weave Gulistan carpets. crats started a hot fire as the 84th Congress convened. It is understood that Nixon intends to leave his defense to others unless their efforts prove inadc quate. In that event, Nixon probably would utilize his high station in government to seize the attention lo that which dramatically interrupted his campaign for election back in 1952. Refers To "Dog!' Speech That was the occasion when the Republican vice presidential nominee, supported by Mrs. Nixon and the Nixons' dog, Checkers, made a TV reply to inquiries about the source and use of his funds. Meantime, the defense of Nixon has begun with a Senate speech by Sen. Everett Dirksen (R-Ill) and sharp statement by Republican National Committee Chairman Leon ard W. Hall. To some of Nixon's associates (he present Democratic attack looks like a double barreled pro publican high command to raise most effectively during the 1954 campaign the soft-on-communism charge which so enraged and in some areas so hurt the Democrats. It is one down and one to go, as of now, McCarthy having been o overwhelmed' by a' combined Republican - Democratic attack as o he benched during the 1954 campaign. But the Democrats had notable Republican support in the rnaneu vers which brought McCarthy down. The Republican party, was jadly split on that. Nixon may not be beloved by all Senate Republicans, but it is not remotely likely hat any of them openly would join ;he Democrats in any campaign :o knock him out. 1. To discredit one of the two men who sought to make the mos effective campaign use of Ihe charge that Democrats in office had been soft on communism. 2. To damage Mr. Eisenhower's political prestige by discrediting a close associate who has the Presi dent's publicly avowed confidence Another "McCarthy Case"? Some observers suggest that the campaign against Nixon is a natur al supplement to the succcssfu strategy which laid low Wiscon sin's Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy The methods of McCarthy and o Nixon were decidedly different anc : the senator zoomed in and out 01 areas never approached by the vice president. But they were the pair who had been counted on b> a substantial element of the Re Negotiators Attempt To Avoid Transport Strike PHILADELPHIA (UP) —Nego tiators for 'the Philadelphia Trans portation Co. and the Transpor Workers Union (CIO) planned to meet again today in an attempt to patch contract differences before a threatened strike deadline Midnight Friday. Three sessions were held Tuesday in the City Hall reception room of Mayor Joseph S. Clark Jr., with the last one breaking shortly before, midnight. There was no comment on whether progress had or had not been made. Charles E. Ebcrt, PTC president and Michael Quill, international head of the TVYU, sat in on. the early sessions. Neither attended the negotiations later in the day but said business was the reason, not disapproval with the talks. Mayor Clark said after attending about 10 minutes of the morning session that both sides expressed the hope of reaching an agreement by Thursday night that could be presented to the 9,000 union members for ratification. Avon Fire Police Elect And Install Officers Officers 'for 1955 wcjre elected and installed' by the Avon Fire Police during a meeting held last night at the fire hall. Five new members also were admitted to the organization. ' Elected were: Henry Swanger, captain and treasurer; Wilson 3rubcr, lieutenant; Gerald K i r • kessncr, sergeant and secretary. The five new members who were sworn in by Harry Dissiriger, Lebanon County fire police commissioner, are: Richard Swanger, Harold Seibert, Nathan Lineaweaver, George Reigle and Neal Gruber. • Other members of the organization are John Achey, Franklin Meiser, Irvin and Alfred Daub, Luther Swanger, Eugene Hernely, and Charles Hoover, outgoing captain who presided at last night's meeting. It was announced that the South Lebanon Fire Police Association will meet on January 19, possibly at the Hebron Fire Hall. The Avon unit will hold i\s next meeting on Tuesday, February 22. leader Appoints Penn Professor To Cabinet Within a 500-mile circle drawn around Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, lies more population and probably more natural and manufactured wealth than .in any such radius of any other metropolis in North America. Ike To Consider Funds For Dredging Delaware WASHINGTON (UP) —President Eisenhower personally will consider whether or not to include funds in his budget for dredging the Delaware River, according to Rep Hugh D. Scott Jr., (R-Pa.) Scott and a group of Philadelphia area civic, business and labor leaders met Tuesday with Presi dential Assistant Sherman Adams and Budget Director Rowland Hughes in a plea for full federa financing.to deepen the channel Scott said after the White House meeting which last about one hour that the question of federal financ ing will be presented to Presiden Eisenhower, who could not attend Scott sail the meeting was "friendly and cordial" and tha Adams and Hughes were "open minded." The group' voiced op position to suggestions that "loca interests" pay some of the eo* of the dredging. Scolt, co-chairman of a channe committee of the Greater Phila delphia - Delaware - South Jerse> Council, said the group wants the administration to include $25,000, 000 in the budget this year for the project. Sen. James H. Duff of Pennsyl vania said the group came. awa> "with a district feeling that we hac a very successful hearing." ANNUALCLEARANCE SALE! FAMOUS BRAND GAS RANGES AT DRASTIC REDUCTIONS FROM REGULAR PRICE Many With Automatic Oven Control Clocks and Other Modern GAS Features The MATCHLESS convenience, cleanliness and 1 o w cost of automatic gas cooking. SAVE Up to $ 8o.oo MATCHLESS, flame- kissed SMOKELESS broiling with the door closed, [•IIJIIj A new automatic MATCHLESS Gas Range at a sensational saving. Here's your opportunity to enjoy the thrill of gas cooking at (he lowest cost in years. But come early! This sale will go on for a limited time only. And these beautiful, brand-new Gas Ranges will go fast at these amazingly low prices. HARR1SBURG (UP)—Gov.-elect eorge M. Leader announced to- ay the appointment of Dr. James Charlesworth, a University of 'ennsylvania professor, as his sec- etary of administration in the new )emocratic administration. The incoming governor also ap- Kiinled his brother, attorney Henry Leader, York, as his legislative ecretary, and announced officially hat John P. Robin, executive di- ector of the Urban Redevelopment uthority of Allegheny County, vould be secretary of commerce. Charlesworth, described as one f the nation's outstanding author- lies on government administration vill fill a post newly created by leader and recommended by the 'ennsylvania Economy League. The «nnouncement said the 54- ear-okl political science professor vill head ah executive unit comprising the office of budget secre- ary and departments for policy ind functional planning research, management research, accounting control and systems, and'personnel administration. "Dr. Charlcsworth's unit will seek out organizational weaknesses and bottlenecks in administrative sections, analyze them and make recommendations for improvement," the statement added. Charlesworth is president of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Philadelphia, and is senior educational associate of the Institute of Local and State Government of the University of Pennsylvania. He holds degrees from the University of Pittsburgh and Harvarc University and currently resides in Upper Darby Township, Delaware County. Henry Leader, 33, a graduate o: Yale Law School and a veteran o World War II, will serve 'as a iaison between the new governor and the General Assembly and will elp to develop the governor's le- islative program. The announcement said that the younger Leader would work closc- y with Herbert B. Cohen, also of York, the incoming -Attorney eneral. 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