Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on September 18, 1952 · Page 21
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Phoenix, Arizona
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Thursday, September 18, 1952
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nijrHpirwti BDlTl Thursday, September isyiQSS -The Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Arizona .Page 21 SteveMson To Curry MaMle . , i ' """"in. .jr iiwjj " 'im injj" hi ilji liLjiffrir gy j r-vmniiiur'i JLffltO Tuft 9s TTTr Stu'is ii SPRINGFIELD. I1L. Sept. 17 (AP) Adlal E. Stevenson soon will carry his battle for the presi dency Into Ohio, home state of Sen. Robert A. Taft. . The Democratic nomlnees's plans were disclosed Wednesday by his first major speech on a week-long eastern tour starting Thursday in Connecticut will deal with the nation's atomic energy program. t" WYATT TOLD a news conference that after the eastern swing, Stevenson will rest fox a day and a half at his campaign base here irt Springfield, then take off Sept 26 on another trip which will include speeches in Cincinnati (Taft's home city) and Columbus, Ohio; Indianapolis, Ind.; and Louisville, Ky. - And Walter F. Heer Jr., Franklin County Democratic chairman, announced in Columbus, meanwhile, that Stevenson's speech there is set for the evening of Oct. 3, with a nationwide telecast planned. Taft, too, is scheduled to speak in Columbus that day. Heer also announced that Stevenson will speak in Cincinnati and Dayton Oct; 3 before moving on to Columbus. THE NEXT DAY Stevenson will make a farm policy address at Fort Dodge, Iowa. The Stevenson Invasion of Ohio Will come against the background of the Democratic nominee's assertion Monday that It now is "brutally clear" the campaign of his Republican opponent, Eisenhower, has been taken over by Taft who bid unsuccessfully against the general for the GOP nomination. Stevenson said . Eisenhower's "great crusade has become the great surrender" to Taft. Mossadegh Gets Confidence Vote TEHRAN, Iran,ept. 17 (AP) The Iranian senate, following the lower house's lead, gave Premier Mohammed Mossadegh a 39-0 vote of confidence Wednesday on his "policy in the oil dispute with Britain. The lower house, the majlis, backed him 60-0 Tuesday. By these actions, parliament approved his rejection cf the joint multi-million dollar offer from President Truman and Prime Minister Churchill Aug. 30 for a settlement and okayed counter-proposals advanced by Mossadegh. Adlai Plans Talks In 3 Ohio Cities Dennis The Menace By Hank Ketcham " It IS a blackbird, Mom. I sold the canary to Betty Lewis." Rebuilding Job The St. Anthony Mine at Tiger will suspend operations Nov. 1 because of the low price of lead and zinc and the high cost of mining, the state department of mineral resources reported Wednesday. Roger Manning, department di rector, said the recent drop in the price of the metals made it im possible for the mine, operated, by the St Anthony Mining and Milling Co., to continue to break even. The St. Anthonv is one of the oldest mines in Arizona. In its be- einnine it was a eold mine hut in recent years has produced lead and zinc. It has a history varying with economic conditions in the state and nation and has had several previous shutdowns. This time, however, in format inn received by the department indi cates, the shutdown will be per manent. The ore is apparently playing out and the mine is down to 1.000 feet, from which deDth water must be Dumned at the rate of 5,000 to 6,000 gallons per minute. Witn suspension of operations, it wm quickly mi up. Bids Called For Work On Highway 66 Section A particularly bad sector of U. S. Highway 66 is to be rebuilt along a new, wider alignment, the state highway department said Wednesday. It is located 65 miles northeast of Holbrook for a distance of 3 miles. Construction bids, the department announced, will be opened at highway headquarters at 11 a.m. Sept. 26. The work involves removing the existing surface and aggregate base and furnishing and placing new select material, aggregate base, and bituminous plant-mix surfacing. The job Is to be completed by April 30. At the same hour, bids will be opened for seal coating 8lA miles of the Phoenix-Yuma highway starting 7 miles east of Buckeye and extending northeast Low bids on two. seal coating jobs were given to the highway department Wednesday by Bradley and Dysart, Tucson road contractors. The firm submitted a $38,322 low offer for coating 24 miles of the Tucson-Benson highway and one of $52,094 for the same work on 30 miles of state highways in Cochise County. Brown Coal Is Used To Run Locomotives MELBOURNE, Sept 17 Brown coal is being used successfully by Australian railroads to power freight locomotives, and the fuel is now being tested for passenger engines. Victoria has vast stores of brown coal, which is pulverized for use in the locomotives. Drilling so far has proved that 19 billion tons lie within easy access In the Latrobe Valley. The fuel has been found to give a combustion efficiency of 99 per cent. KOTfapsr.. JOT Plastic... iuf $ r rt SPWl L9 V f 1 1 f t W -tin Vf N-vfJ 1 n If '-m&fAhit lrU" if vf l yiMx& 't rt ' ; (I W 'A i M$. i Mr. - -J 1 1 33wSJr, j j St. Anthony Lead-Zinc Mine Folds PLAN NUCLEAR RESEARCH PERNAMBUCO. Brazil. Spnt. 17- The University of Pernambuco is planning a nuclear-research institute. Tdpoch'Kingman Cutoff Is Opened The new Topock-KIngman cutoff highway was opened to traffic for the first time Wednesday, Cye Perkins, state highway engineer, announced. It is a straight-away, high-speed road with never a curve nor a grade a fact that contrasts sharply with the twisting, mountainous character of the narrow and hazardous old Oatman Hill sector of U.S. Highway 66 which it supercedes. The 45-mile Topock-KIngman project was rushed to completion in less than three years, a record for a road project of that magnitude. It was given high priority by the state in the interests of national defense and at the urgent request of the federal government Navy Man Kills Self After Bridal Quarrel SAN FRANCISCO, -Sept. 17 (UP) Chief Warrant Officer Ur-bin E. Carlson, 40, quarreled with his bride of three weeks after she dropped a teaspoon into the garbage disposal unit. Then, police said Tuesday, he flew into a rage and shot himself fatally in the head. Marine Commandant On Korea Inspection SEOUL, Korea., Sept. 17 (UP) Gen. Lemuel C. Shepard Jr., U. S. Marine Corps commandant, arrived here by plane from Tokyo Wednesday to inspect the 1st Marine Division and the two marine air groups in Korea. 'Big Lie' Use Is Blasted By Truman WASHINGTON, Sept 17 (AP) President Truman said Wednesday some persons are using "the big lie in order to reap personal or partisan advantage," and declared this is just as unAmerican as Hitler and Stalin. He named no names In his speech to the National Conference on Citizenship. But he left no doubt he had in mind certain Republican senators in his scathing denunciation of what he called "the big lie technique." "IT IS A big lie," the President asserted, "to say that we tolerate Communists end other disloyal persons in our government "It is a big lie to attack one of the greatest generals and patriots whom this country ever had and call him a traitor." This last was an obvious reference to Gen. George C. 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