The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 26, 1956 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, APRIL M, 19M No Word from Nixon On Political Plans, Ike Tells Newsmen WASHINGTON (AP) — President Eisenhower said yes- terdav Vice President Nixon has not told him definitely whether he'wants to be the President's running mate again this fall. Eisenhower also told a news con- • ference. on other political topics: 1 He thinks the Democrats are right in making him, rather than his administration generally, a chief target o( criticism. After all, the President said, he Is the head of the administration. He commented that he has been shot a ^ ror ^ e ,. terday . s primary [can Lesion Commander J. Adding- in Pennsylvania and: ton Wagner says Russia's touring 'Don't Want Red Bosses/ Legion President Says NEW YORK '18—National Ameri- 2 As for elections where he ran .far ahead of Democrat Adlai Stevenson in popularity voting. Eisenhower said with a grin his only leaders would do well to leave the united States off their itinerary. 'We do not want thefr smiles." Wagner said Tuesday night. "We | comment was: he is still as- j would not welcome their presence. tonished anytime anybody votes; The one thing we want from them | for him—and is very grateful. Won't Endorse Charge 3. He refuses to endorse charges by some Capitol Hill Republicans that the present Democratic-controlled session is a "do-nothing Congress." Eisenhower said he never has indulged in that kind of talk and added he doesn't, make it a practice to challenge other people's motives. 4. He denied by implication an assertion by Senate Democratic leader Lyndon Johnson of Texas that the President had abandoned 1952 pledges by opposing continuation of 90 per cent of parity farm price supports. Eisenhower said the record would show he never promised to support the 90 per cent level after 1&&4, but rather promised to work for 100 per cent parity in the market place. Hasn't Reported Back Eisenhower was reminded of his statement some weeks ago that he had Invited Nixon to chart his own course politically and report his decision back to the President. Has Nixon done so? Eisenhower was asked. Well, the President replied, Nixon hasn't reported back in the terms he —Eisenhower — used on that previous occasion- Then Eisenhower was asked If Nixon has replied in any manner that would give the impression that he would like to be renomi- nated. With a chuckle, Eisenhower said he hesitated to answer tha t because impressions can be misleading. Some people even may have formed false impressions about him, the President quipped. Then turning serious, he told newsmen: Nixon hasn't given him any answer that he would consider! final and definitive. ' is a course of action that shows integrity and regard for the rights of • their fellows." i There have been reports that j Communist party boss N 1 k i t a j Khrushchev and Soviet Premier j Nikolai Bulganin are angling for an j invitation to this country. They are | now visiting Britain. Wagner spoke to the New York ] Department of the Legion at a din-' ner in his honor. Charity Funds Taken SAN FRANCISCO OP — Chanty funds totaling $75.000 have been embezzled from the Community Chest of San Francisco. Executive Director Harold E. Winey said a former bookkeeper has been questioned. No charges have been filed against her. Winey said the loss is covered by insurance. Read Courier News Classified Ads. WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CIIICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Emma Bernlce Buccloni, Pltf. vs. No. 13,263 | Umberto BuccionI, Dft. 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