Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 13, 1952 · Page 11
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f It THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. Vt-RNON, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1951 WOULD TAKE MORSE INTO DEMO PARTY Humphrey Favors Welcoming Dissident GOP But Chastises • Ike-Liking Daniel. . By Aiiotlattd Prets WASHINGTON—Senator Humphrey (D-Minn) said today Democratic senators should welcome Sen. Wayne Morse of Oregon into their party caucus if he wants to come. Morse, turning against President-elect Dwight D. Eisenhower during the presidential! campaign, quit the Republican party to support Gov. Adlai E. Stevenson of Illlinois, the Democratic nominee, and declared himself an independent. Whether Republican senators will take reprisalls against Morse in the new Senate convening Jan. 3, possibly depriving him of his present choice committee assignments, is uncertain. Morse now holds places on the Armed Services and Labor Committees. Humphrey, a leader of the "New Deal-Fair Deal" wing of the Democratic party, told a reporter the Democrats should throw open the door to Morse. On the other hand, Humphrey «aid that Democratic senators who "turn their backs on the national party ticket also ought to receive their reward"—in less preferential treatment. The matter of reprisals against Democrats who "supported the opposition" should be considered in connection with committee assignments, Humphrey said, at the caucus of Democratic senators early next year. I In a separate interview, Sen. Hunt- (D-Wyo), said anyone who used the Democratic party to get nominated and then support the Republicans "doesn't belong in the Democratic caucus." Neither Hunt nor Humphrey called any names. Daniel For Ike Senator-elect Price Daniel of Texas, a Democrat who had Republican endorsement, campaigned openly for Eisenhower. Sen. Harry S. Bytd, Virginia Democratic leader, stopped short of urging Eisenhower's election but he disavowed the Stevenson-Sparkman ticket. In Nevada Sen. Pat McCarran, another veteran Democrat, worked for the re-election of Republican Sen. George Malone and also exchanged barbed remarks with Stevenson. A deterrent.,, to either Republi- Top Box Office Star Quarrels With Studio .... M<f •' • ? WHERE'S THE CRANBERRY SAUCE?~Ronald Klempner, 5. ot Nevele falls, N. Y„ is all ready for his Thanksgiving dinner Hbnald, at right in the picture at left, was a slow starter, but be came up fast to win the annual Turkey Chase at the Nevele Country Club, and nearly squeezed the stuffing out of Mr. Gobbler when' he caught the bird. S. Africa Judges Rule Malan's Court Illegal By Aicocittsd Prill BLOEMFONTEIN, South Africa—South Africa's Appeal Court today unanimously branded Prime Minister Daniel F. Malan's High Court of Parliament as illegal. The court's action posed new threats of grave civil strife for the race-torn country. The five judges—their country's highest court until creation of the parliamentary tribunal—dismissed the government's appeal against the Supreme (lower) Court's rul- cans or Democrats taking disciplinary action against any of their members is the close division between the two parties in the new Senate. Without counting Morse, the Republicans will have 48 seats, the Democrats 47. ing that parliament acted unconstitutionally in setting itself up as the highest court to rule on constitutional questions. Parliament, in which Malan's Nationalists have a small majority, took that action after the courts struck down a key law in the premier's "white supremacy" program. Two Courses Open The Appeal Court's action left Malan two possible courses of action: 1—He could defy the verdict and call on the High Court of Parliament to rule itself a legal body. 2—He could accept the verdict and call an early general election in which he would seek a large enough majority to r^-enacl. his disputed race laws wrthin the frame ork of the Constitution. The nation already is torn by recurring bloodshed and violence and a Negro civil disobedience campaign against restrictive laws. BY BOB THOMAS- HOLLYWOOD (AP).—The long and successful association of John Wayne, and Republic studios has apparently hit the rocks. Wayne, top man on the box office heap for the past two yeavs, indicates that he has come to an impasse with his old friend and boss, Herbert J. Yates, head of Republic. If their falling out becomes permanent, it will mean the end of a picture-making partnership that goes back to the early days of Wayne's 20-year acting career. • • * . THE ACTOR CONFIRMED THE RIFT on the sot of "Alma Mater," which he is making for Warner Brothers. "Yates will havo to make me a darned good offer to get me to make another picture with him," Wayne said. "I'm fed up." Ho added that his difficulties with Yates arose over the proposed filming of "The Alamo," a story of Texas' fight for independence. The picture was originally slated to be made under the banner, of Wayne's own production comjmny for Republicc release "Yates said that I should give up my company and make the pic­ ture for Republic," said the actor. "He said I owed it to Republic. How do you like that? I don't owe Republic anything." • • * THE RIFT FOLLOWS a familiar pattern. Yates also had breakups with Gene Autry and Roy Rogers, who were successively his top cowboy stars. But there's a difference." Wayne commented. "Yates built Autry and Rogers into stars. He didn't make-mc a star.* If Duke (Wayne) has decided to leave Republic, "although his contract with Republic calls for throe additional pictures," Yates snid I and all of his old friends at Republic wish him continued success and prosperity." CHURCHES Wnltonvlllo Universalis The Universalist church of Wal tonvllle will have services November 16. The minister is Argyl E. Housor and his subject will be "A Fellowship of Learners." The service will begin at 11 a. m. DODGE DEPENDABLE USED CARS PRICED FOR ACTION Our Used Car Special 1949 Nash "600" 2 Dr. Sedan Fully equipped, overdrive, twin beds, a beautiful car. In A-l condition. Vnrnoso 00 ALSO 1951 1951 loo Much to Eat? Too Much to Drink? Turns Banish Heartburn Quickasa Wink/ Pontioc Chieftain 8 Deluxe Sedan $1995 Fully equipped, like brand new. Dodge Coronet 4 Dr. Sedan $1995 Like new, well equipped, automatic transmission. 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