TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, t! BLTTHEYTLLE (ARK.) 1 COUKIER NBW» PAGB TlfREB Times Haven't Changed Muck In Political Speech Making By DON WlllTKHKAl) , WASHINGTON (AP) — Time: the present. Place: a political campaign classroom. Event: a ^aUieriny of candidates taking a course in political speedimakiiif? in preparation I'or the campaign next year. The teacher culls the class to order Teacher: "Gentlemen, we are gathered here to discuss the time- tried and time-tested phrases—all sound a.s a dollar (liumhter >— which may at first seem old-fashioned, but which we find by scientific means to foe its effective in ''Now, I shall cull on Mr. Manj Who to come to the platform. He will speak as though you were an audience of voters—and I shall correct him and Hive him pointers sliall inherit the earth.' "If you elect me, I promise I will hew to the line—and you know my oppcwient can't even plow a straight furrow! (luughler) "I promise you, my iriends, that I'll let the chips fall where they may. I'll treat friend and foe alike, without . . . without . . ." Teacher i prompting): "Without | fear or favor." Mr. Who: "Thank you. (resum- i iiiM> With your help I'll «o down the middle of the road and leave no stone unturned to give you the kind oi government you expect and the kind of government every American citizen ... Teacher (sharply). "Please, Mr.j Who! Must we go over this again? It's 'every red-blooded, 100 per cent American.' " By All Means Mr. Who: ". . . That every red- blooded, 100 per cent American so richly deserves and which you will receive from me because I will regard it as a sacred trust. "I have known poverty, friends. I know the value of a dollar and I know that a penny saved is a penny earned. I know that the salt of the earth is the horny-handed son of toil. But his rough, gruff ways must be softened by the tender, loving gentleness of the wife and mother who keeps the home fires burning. "And I say again, if elected I shall keep my shoulder to the wheel and inarch side by side with you to a better government. I thank you." (loud applause} Teacher: "Thank you, Mr. A. Man Who! That truly was inspirational. And next week we shall hear a discussion: "Keep your ear to the ground and your eye on the ball—but watch the straws in the wind.' "Goodnight!" where necessary for the benefit of all. Mr. Who." Mr. A. Man comes to the platform. He rleitrs his throat, adjusts his glasses, assumes a confidential air .and begins: "Ladies and gentlemen, (pause> Everyone who has known me knows that I never have shirked a clarion call to duty. You can depend on that as surely a.s you can depend on the sun risiii!> in the East and seitinir in the West. And it makes me humble. "As my dear father used to say when he buimced me on his knee 'The race goes to the strong, son But I also took to heart the words of my sainted mother who told me every night after I said my prayers and she had tucked me in bed: 'Always remember, son, the meek Patient Robbers Take $6,000 From Cafe After Long Wait NEW YORK (/Pi — Five patient robbers took over a Brooklyn "restaurant at gunpoint yesterday and, iindjholduiM employes at bay. waited nearly 11? hours for the manager. from whom they stole abou* SG.OOO. The robbers forced the cook to serve them meals during the siege. Around 2:30 a.m. the five took a cook and two porters by surprise .11 Tappen's Seafood Restaurant on Sheepshead Bay. The three em- ployes were the last ones on the job and were just about to leave. When told that only the manager! had the combination to the safe! and he would not be in until noon, the leader of the robbers an- ] nounced. "Okay, we'll wait." The restaurant is not open Mondays. The gunmen had the restaurant workers lie on the floor with tablecloths over their heads. During the help them keep warm in the 40-degree temperature, the robbers yave them whisky, cigarettes and coffee. When manager Peter Chahales, 34, arrived, the robbers got him to open the safe then locked him with the others. The cold room captives were finally freed by Chahales' father, Nick, GO, whom the robbers had tied up outside rather than put a man his age in the refrigerator. Nationalist Lead Cut in Indonesia JAKARTA, Indonesia ifPi — The pro-Western Moslem Masjumi party whittled down the lead of the Indonesian Nationalist party to about 600,000 today with the help of revised unofficial returns. More than 28 million ballots had been counted, about. 80 per cent of the anticipated total. Heavy majorities on Sumatra and Borneo in Indonesia's first popular national elections put the Masjumi in a position to challenge seriously the Nationalists' bid to capture the largest number of the 260 elected seats in Parliament and form a go\ - ernment for four years. Revised unofficial tabulations for the major parties showed: Nation-i alistfi 7,379,116, Masjumi 6,776.92-},' Mode Orthodox Radicals 6,170,926, Communists, 5.798.012. . morning they were joined by laundrymim and his helper, an electrician and three helpers, and an exterminator. Rather than keep guard over so many people, the robbers decided to lock them in the refrigerator. To First Negro Jurors in Georgia COLUMBUS. Ga. I/B—Two Negro jurors sat iu judgment of a white man yesterday in a Columbus court for the first time since Reconstruction days. And a Negro lawyer was the first of his race to defend a person in open court here. The jury sentenced Eugene Bruckner, charged with fictitious writing, to two years in prison. Bruckner pleaded his own case. He agreed to take the first 12 jurors • on the list and two Negro men were among them. The Negro attorney, Stanley P. Hebcrt, defended Randolph Orier GOP $150 000 SAN FRANCISCO r/Pj—California Republicans raised more Ulan S150.- 000 from a 3100-a-plate dinner last night at which U.S. Asst. Atty, Gen. Stanley N. Barnes called for party unity. Barnes' call for unity came on the heels of an open fight between Gov. Goodwin J. Knight and supporters of Vice President Nixon for control of the 70-vote California delegation to the national convention. He said President Elsenhower had set an example of party unity that should be followed during his illness and in anticipation of the 1956 campaign. Barnes \vas introduced by Senate Minority Leader William P. Knowland. Pranksters Slow Ambulance And Woman Dies BALTIMORE (/?) — Mrs. James William Winsor, 21-year-old bride of 10 days, lay injured on a Hagers- tmvn, Md., street for half an hour last week after an automobile accident.' An ambulance crew finally arrived, explaining it had just returned from a false alarm. Pranksters had summoned the ambulance to a highway out of town, leaving a catsup spattered dummy at the designated spot. Mrs. Winsor was taken to Washington County Hospital, then transferred to University Hospital in Baltimore for treatment of head injuries. She died in the Baltimore hospital yesterday. St. Louis Is Hobbled By Transit Strike ST. LOUIS ftp;—All streetcars and buses in St. Louis were tied up today by a strike of AFL operators of the Public Service Co., forcing about *00,000 persons to walk or hitch a ride to work. The strike was voted unanimously by some 1,400 union members last The union rejected a 12-cent-tm- hour wage increase across the board, to be granted over a 27-month period. That was the recommendation by a special mediation panel set up •fuly 12 to end the prolonged deadlock. John Rowland, recording secretary of the union, declared the panel's recommendation was "worse" than previous company offers. The 12-cent hike compared with mi across-the-board increase of 1*6 cents an hour which had been ash- ed for (he AFL Amalgamated Assn. of Street. Electric Railway and Mottor Coach Employes, Local 788. After the old contract expired last March and the union turned down uvo offers by the company, the special three-man panel took over. Affected are 1,921 bus and streetcar operators now receiving' 51-87 an hour and 544 nonoperating union employes, some receiving more and some less than the operators. The discoverers of New Zealand were Polynesian ancestors of the Maori race, who ventured southward in frail canoes from Islands oi the central Pacific. Double Amputee Released After Murder Quizzing DETROIT (/P)—Ruseell Wireman, 26, a double amputee, was released by police yesterday after being held lor questioning about the death or his father. Police said , an autopsy shov/ert Christopher Wireimm, 67, died of a heart attack. Detectives quoted young Wirenum as saying he had argued with his father but denied there hud been any violence. Wire-man lost both le^s, in a railroad accident when a boy. He propels himself on a small wheeled platform. Dog Quarantine LOS ANGELES (ff>>—A\\ dogs in city and county yesterday were ordered quarantined by the city health officer for at- least a year because of the rabies situation. There have been 67 rabid dog reports since Jan. 1, most in 10 years. Tl?^ order requires dogs be confined to owners' premises except when on a leash not fore than five feet long. Announcement Office Closed Oct. 6-12 Dr. Jack Webb DHEIFUS EI Driiifiis ^ Wear Diamonds 31G WESXJiALLSI Wolfson III MIAMI BEACH, Fla. Ifl — Louis E. Wolfson, 43-year-old Florida financier who fought a losing battle for control of Montgomery Ward last spring, was reported in satisfactory condition at Mt. Sinai Hospital today. He has undergone- appendectomy. ONE OF TWO The Australian echidna, or spiny anteater, is one of two creatures known to science which lay eggs and nourish their young with milk. The Nationalists have worked j also n. Negro, who was charged j closely with the Communists. 1 with assault to rape a white worn- j Final official returns from all In- j an. Gvier was sentenced to 15 to 20 i donesia'a 3,000 islands are not ex-1 years after being convicted by an j pected for some time, all white jury. ' From R. D. 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