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Thursday, Ocfokuf 28, 1948 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Page Nine McMath Confers With Members of Legislature Eooncvillo, Oct. 27 — f/P) — Arkansas' apparent next governor interviewed collectively and individually — some of the men who will comprise the 104!) legislature here today. Sid McMath, the Democratic nominee for governor, met with 21 members-designate of the House of Representative;; at the Arkansas Tuberculosis Sanatorium. The 21 arc; from Western and Northwestern Arkansas counties. McMath talked individually to members of the j-roup after a general session. He said he was seeking their ideas on state affairs and on his legislative program, including highways, reorganization of the state revenue department and revision of tax ana election laws. McMath said he would try to meet as many other legislators as possible before he takes office in January. Other meeting?;' similar to the one today have been planned for Camden, Joncaboro and Little Rock. 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Take Only Tho Best Truman Takes Campaign to New England By JOSEPH NOLAN United Press Staff Correspondent President Truman trooped into New England today alerting the voters against "poll happy" Republicans wm> he said arc trying to Kill them to sleep with predictions of ;.i lopsided victory. Meanwhile, there were angry charges of "mud-slinging" and "rccKless abuse" against the prcsi dent from Gov. Thomas E. Dewcy. The GOP nominee reaffirmed his pledge not to be drawn into personal political bickering as the campaign ncars its climax. With an eye cocked on the 20 electoral votes in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut, Mr. Truman planned to stump the area's major industrial cities by train and by automobile in a two- day bid for support. He speaks in Boston tonight, while Dcwoy addresses a gathering in Cleveland. Secretary of Labor Maurice J. Tobin, who rode into Massachusetts on the presidential train, predicted that the state would go Democratic by 100,000 votes. Tobin, a former Bay State governor, estimated that Mr. Truman has 20G electoral votes in the bag and a good chance of grabbing another 100 in the northern industrial states. It takes 206 electoral voles to win the presidency. In his Cleveland speecn last night, the president lambasted public opinion polls as part of a Republican "design" to prevent a big vote next Tuesday. "These polls," he said, "are like sleeping pills designed to lull the voters into sleeping on election day. You might call them sleeping polls." Mr. Truman said he wanted to let the voters "in on a secret:" "We have the Republicans on the run." Replied Dewey's campaign manager, Herbert Brownell, Jr.: "That is certainly the best-kept secret in all history." The question is the Dewey camp was whether the GOP nominee should reply to the president's "sleeping polls" jibe on his Cleveland address tonight. At the outset of liis speech last night in Chicago, Dewey accused his Demo- cratic rival of spreading "fantastic fears among the popple." Mindful of his own promise to refrain from "vituperation and abuse." Dewey told his audience "that is the kind of campaign I refuse to wage and I never will." "You're too good an American." shouted a galleryite. "That's right," shot back Dewey," and I always will be. After the elections, regardless of how we voted, we will" all pull together as a great, friendly people." Elsewhere in politics: Wallace — Henry A. Wallace told a New York rally his Progressive parly prevented World War III. He pledged lo carry on after the election and predicted that his party eventually would force the Democrats and Republicans to merge. Senate—spokesmen for the Senate elections subcommittee denied Democratic charges that their investigation into three Senate races is part of a "smear" campaign. The states involved are Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico. Chairman William E. Jeanncr, R., Ind., said the lone Democratic member of the subcommittee was merely "hollering wolf" when he said the Oklahoma inquiry was started without his knowledge. The subcommittee is looking into GOP charges that Democrats planned a I "gross fraud" in the Senate contest in a fourth stale, Tennessee. Labor — the AFL and CIO may consider joining forces on the political front, to build up a stronger Democratic party afler Ihe election, according to informed sources in Washington. Tho prospects of political unity reportedly were dis- I cussed at a recent meeting between Jack Kroll, director of the CIO Political Action Committee and George M. Harrison, director of Ihc AFL's political league. Running mates—.Republican vice presidenlial nominee Earl Warren said Ihe same issues are facing bolh parties, but only the Republicans can get together on the an swcrs. As an example, he cited for a San Diego crowd the unanimous nomination of Gov. Dewey for the presidency. In Patterson, N. J., Democratic vice presidential candidate Albcn W. Barkley denounced Ihe 80th Congress for ignoring President Truman's request for a higher minimum wage and for federal aid to education. Fate of Germany Is Undecided-a Subject That Has Taken Strange Turns Ideal Weafher Boon to Crop Harvesting The average octane number of premium gasoline has increased from 1!) lo 80 octane number since 1930. Jews Reject Request of Mediator Paris, Ocl. 27 — (/P) — Israel rejected today the acting Palestine mediator's order to withdraw its forces from newly won control points on the Negcv front in Southern Palestine. Israel declared Ihe United Na- lions Security Council's cease fire order o f Oct. 19 "does not imply an absolute injunction" that Jewish forces be pulled back to the positions they held on Oct. 14. The question of withdrawal, Israel contended, is one lo be nego- liatcd. The reply was made in a letter lo the mediator, Dr. Ralph J. Bunche of the United States, from Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe Shcrlok. A member of Bunche's staff said Bunche would lay Ihc reply before the security council tomorrow. "It will be up to the council to decide what il means," the staff member said. By GEORGE BRIA (For Dewitt MacKcnzin) AP Foreign Affairs Analyst Alabama Not to Carry Truman Washington. Oct. 27 -— (UP> — '•>"Ksl'e'-n 1! coun'i Gov - Jamos E - r °'' som of Alabama nicki-iu ncl f -si - ! ' ;lvt< llp bo ' n; tocia - v " f • t ' ;cUi ' 1K puking ad f.i.st rresidenl Truman's name on the <UP> -- cartoon . A tun- on the Little Rock, Oct. 27 Aided by ideal Indian summer weather. Arkansas farmers made good in the harvest of corn and ! sorghums also was well along. Icept in some of th | ties where cotton f priority. ( s(ato i;a ,i ot I Seeding of oats and winter cover ,election, crops is in full swing except in j Alabama Berlin — A newspaper shows four giant soldiers ini,' in the ruins ol a city t>espec'tai:led man stands outskirts. ^ "Pardon " he asks "where is the German sector The cartoon published this sum-! fast pace. Some heavy mer is out of date. 'areas need additional ' pickers. I'or a "German sector." born of [though most gins are operating at kasl-West strife, has grown in j capacity. Most of the cotton is open Ihc mind if not the body of Ger-jand.one picking will get the enure man . v - I crop in some fields. It reached Us climax early in j The harvest continues as f:;st as September in a demonstration of! drying and storage facilities per- 2oO,000 Germans against the Hits-1 mil and is about US per cenl com- sians in Berlin. Some of themlplelc. Increased use of combines stoned the gigantic Soviet war me-Sand dry weather during harvest in tinvj for Tuesday':; WAINWRIGHT TO SPEAK Memphis. Tcnn.. Oct. 27 OT) — The "hero of Corregirior." Geru Jonathan M. Wainwright. will speak here tomorrow in connec- lion with the drive to boost employment of the physically handicapped. is tho only stale in some areas which still are too dry. |which Ihe Tniman-IJarkley slate Large acreages of these crop.; are! will not appear on the ballot. up 10 good stands and gelling off j IStil Folsom said lie. is confident, lo a favorable start. [that Alabamans will be voting for | a pair Cotton picking continued at a :'he regular Democratic ticket, i secrete pace. Some heavy producing even though they think they are (rating al- casting a ballot for the States Rights D PLANT OPENS Memphis, Tenn.. Oct. 27 W) — The forma) opening of the new $2,500,000 plant of the Bors-Waiticr Corporation's mechanics universal joint division was held he here today. Muskrats get their name U.S. Will Act Quickly on By JOHN M. HIGHTOWER Washington, Oct. 27 —(/I 3 )— Swift American action appears assured today once Ihe five-nation wcst- crn European union makes ils formal request for a military alliance with Ihe Unilcd Slates. In fact, the rough draft of just such a North Atlantic Security treaty already has been written, after secret and informal talks with the European countries.' Barring some unexpected hitch, Ihc final version is cxpeclcd to go to the Senate within three months. The aim of the projected alliance Ten different lubricants — each one made for some specific part of your car — each one expertly applied according to a lubrication guide for your car . . . that is the kind of specialized winter lubrication service you get at your Esso Dealer's. Here's 10-way winter protection for that important car investment of yours. 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Th crop is good in most areas although reduced by dry weather in some counties. mortal commemoralini; the Red Army sweep from Stalingrad to the heart of Germany. One man defied bullets lo climb, on the Drandonburger Tor and flinK down Ihe Red fin;:. It. wa. 1 ; a plain red flag and nol the official Soviet banner, bul only a pedantic-op is about over would quibble on the difference. Digging of sweet tven a year ago such a hostile demonstration against one of Ihe occupying powers would have been hard to conceive. Today the mind has become so grooved along Easl- Wcsl lines lhat the outburst was hailed by Western supporters as a defiant cry of freedom, and by the Russians as an attack of Fascist gangsters. Who was right? Neither side, entirely. More accurately, Ihe demonstration can be defined as the greatest sign lo date of the rising tide of a new German nationalism. Few experienced observers of Ihc German scene would venture to say that the mass ot Germans had entirely rubbed off the taint of Nazism and militarism and, in three short years, become peace- ., -., , _. . loving freemen. New York. Oct. 27 —(./I 1 )— Wil- On the other hand, most agree llam Ad;im (Blin Meyer today that Ihc Germans daily are "dis- was v °'cd Ihe "manager of Ihe Playing a greater show of hide- I ^ oa !', , V «, nation-wide poll con- pendcnce in the zones controlled eamoerats. He said a state law hold that electors must vote for the candidates nominated by their party's national convention " Folsom came to Washington hop- I ing to be able to appeal directly lo i the supreme court. Attorneys ad- ]vised him, however, that the court | does not have original jurisdiction Jin the ncase. I The Alabama governor, who favors Mr. Truman's election, said he would file his case in federal court in Alabama after tehe election. Although Ihe names of Slalcs Nights Candidate J. Strom Thurmond and his running male. Gov. Fielding Wright of Mississippi, appear under Ihe rooster, symbol of ihe Democratic party in the state, Folsom contends lhat Ihe Truman i; |Barkle.y slate is the only legally se- from of pcrineal glands which a very strong and pane* but not unpleasant odor of musk. The annual harvest is about 10.000,000 pelts. The apple harvest is about over. A good crop of pecans has been produced, and the nuts are dropping rapidly -since recent frosts. Meyer Voted by the British and Americans. From Joseph Cardinal Frings in Cologne to Socialist Franz Neumann in western Berlin the cry is Germany for the Germans. dueled by the Associated'Press. The 5(i-year-old freshman pilot of the Pittsburgh Pirates nosed out Billy Soulhworth, leader of the National League champion Boston Braves in a neck and neck race. .*o vii.i. iiKiii > IAJI LUC V_T t_: i j 11 tij 1:1. i 11 T .--.-- .. ^ w.h i The rebi'rlh has been nursed. Meyer received lit) voles lo 87 for along by official Brilish and Amer-l the V( 'teran World Series cam- ican policy. A high point came'"' 1 """ 1 "" lasl spring when British militaiy governor Gen. Sir Brian Koburt- son lifted the few remaining official bans on social intercourse and called the Germans "Christians." Thus, three years after the smashing of Hitlerism, the Germans became socially acceptable. The French, fearful of any sign of German revival, still treat them as an inferior conquered people and base their policy on long term occupation and re-education. The Russians, although they plump for withdrawal of all occupation forces ant! for "German unity." also frown socially on the Germans. The unified Germany they seek is a Communist Germany.- ^...SojLJiar ..jthaY-Spiritual. rebirth of Germans poses the greatest tin-eat to the Russians. The mass of Ger- anti-Russian and a crack at the Germans openly a crack at the mans arc largely admit they want anti-Communist. admit they want .Russians. This raises the question of how, if it should come to an East-West war, would the Germans do any fighting. Will there be a German Army? In setting up the wesl German slale there are no known plans for a war office, or even n foreign office. The question of rearming the Germans never is mentioned publicly, but it is in Ihe background of everyone's thoughts. For, aside from the material aid such a force could furnish the West, it obviously is difficult to conceive of rebuilding western Germany economically without also providing Ihe Germans will) the means for defending their gains. This explains French aversion to the idea of reviving Germany. For the new nationalism which today lake a different turn tomorrow in is pointed against liussia ,may take a different turn tomorrow in the surprise bag of history. is lo provide American and Canadian military guarantees for non-Communist Europe, with the western Kumpi-an union a:; a nucleus. The "union" countries are Britain, France. I'.rhMum, The Nothei lands, and Luxembourg. As part, of this broad undertaking, defense 1 department official. 1 ; alrerdv -i'-e workiir: with European military expeit;; on plans for a program of inMlual .military help. The council of the western European iniioii, comn 1 u.er1 of the foreign ministers of (he five nation.-:, announced in. Paris >tsterday thai j it h-id reached complete agree- 1 mcnl "on the priiK;h)K- of :i del'eu- ] •jive pact inr the .N'urih Atlantic and on tin:- next .;te;io to lit- tal.en in this direclieii." The first of Ihe-e next sleps:. Paris reported, will bi- to have the ambassador.'- ol the five nations in Washi'v.ilon lormally ask the | American i'o\vi nnnTit Cur such a j treaty. But, dipluir.i.lic iui'iirmant.; hero j said l(,;lay, tiii. ;.'i. p will nul be it;.ken until ;•!' ! next Tuesday's ri'-s-uK'iilial i :.-< lion Oiplon 1:11 ic i;i: iri •;!.•> v:hn huvo ( een worl-.u.: »i! p: ep uMtiuiis fur itlU! r.lli.'ii.re iv lln \ believe. j| | is ba.-.vd UM liii.- country'.-.; Iji- j Pt'rtis.':n Juree.'i! JM ilu y .'(.'r'l thai 'the project will IK- caii'ied lorwarrl j I whether President Tru:n;m or Coy.' j Thomas K iK-'Ve.v i.; elected. I The !>;i:;;-: Inr inu v. or!: already I dune by Seen tai v Marshall. Uiidc-r-Se>-!V!-!i -v l;.,!,ert A. i.oYett! ;and ol!.es S'.,'l<- I), parimen! olli-j i cial,. w.-j> laid i..y iiu .v :iai.. : I.-.M j Isprinv. i I It ;.d« i: .;,-,i -. iv..••!.'><.•.. i .-1,1.1,..G:V: j |ii>- Ci.aiin.-m Ya i!'!•-i .ijvru IK-| ; ?.lich i ol' th" I 1 '., 1 ; eU'M lielationo ln all. 220 baseball experts took part in the voting. Besides Meyer and South worth. Lou Houdreau, Joe McCarthy, Burl Sholton, Steve O'Neill. Bucky Harris and Connie Mack received scattered support. Boudreau, who piloted the Cleveland Indians to their first American league pennant in l!£! years, .md then led them to Ihe world championship, ranked third with votes. McCarthy, whose Boston Hod Sox bowed to the Indians in an inpreccdcnled playoff for the flag, was fourth with 1!) voles. Harris, released manager of Ihe New York Yankees, was selected as the No. 1 pilot by three shrd as the No. 1 pilot by three experts. The others each got one vote. Meyer received the No. 1 rating bcausc of the outstanding job he did in leading the Pirates to a fourth place finish after having them in flag contention until the final two weeks ot the season. He took over a club thai finished in a lie for Ihe cellar last year with the Philadelphia Phils. - lee ted ticket. He said he docs not question the right of the Thurmond-Wright ticlc- lo a slale of eleclors, bill he said (hey should go about it legally. Col. Ira B. Thompson, Foisom's legal adviser and William J. Primm Jr., assistant to Democratic National Chairman J. Howard McGralh, denied a report that the Alabama election law ciled by Folsom had been held unconstitutional by the stale supreme court. They explained that Folsom had requested an advisory opinion from the court last April. The court suggested that the law was unconstitutional. But that advisory opinion was nol a decision and had no ef- fecl on the statute, according to Thompson and Primm. sleep last, night.. Ihe Piltsburgh Pirales' Billy Meyer complained good-naturedly and tried to tell aow he felt about being named baseball's manager of the year. "ft is one of the finest honors.." He began. There was a near-silent interval in which he mumbled "I'm kinda knocked over about it.' Gelling a fresh start, Billy declared: "I think it a marvelous thinj that the Baseball Writers of America have bestowed such an honoi on me. "I have felt that a fellow whc wins the pennant should have it. "Since the Pirates didn't win. think il a greater honor Dial they have chosen me. I'm deeply appre cialive." SUSPECT CAUSE OF BACKACHES This Old Treatment Often Brings Happy Relief s When disorder of kidney function txrmtU poisonous tnnttcr to remain in your Wood, it m:iy cause nafTKinK backache, rhcumatta pniiis, ICB pain.i, loss of pup nnd cnciiry, Ret« tinir up nichts. awcJllnp, pttfliness under tha eyes, hctulnchcs ami dizziness. 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