TWKLVB BMTHBVlLUfi (AKK.) CUUHIKK MEW8 FRIDAY, JUKI 1C, President Takes Few Swings at Socialists By MARVIN ARROWSMITH CUSTER STATE PARK, S. D. (AP)—-President Eisenhower says "creeping socialism struck at the United States during the Jast 20 years o( Democratic administration" and that the nation runs a grave risk "if that group takes over again." The President swatted the political opposition in an informal talk last night to aboot 500 South Dakota Republican leaders. There was a ro as he added: "And I still am old bird." He addressed the leaders a few hours after arriving here from nearby ML Rushmore where he told another OOP rally his administration has made a "good beginning toward a regime serving "the interests and needs of all our citizens." Eisenhower round of laughter He said there has been progress in foreign affairs toward free world is staying at the state game lodge in the Black Hills, the same quarters Calvin Coolidge occupied when he vacationed in the area as president in 1927. Interrupting his speaking tour of five states, Eisenhower will remain here until Saturday morning, then to fly to Hanover, N. H. On Sunday he will receive an honorary degree from Dartmouth College, and speak later in the day at ceremonies dedicating Sagamore Hill, the home of President Theodore Roosevelt at Oyster Bay, Long Island, N. Y. Fishing- On his schedule Friday was only one thing— trout fishing. He had planned to get in a round of golf but decided to pass it up, aides said, because there is no course close by. Although Eisenhower said he was tired when he arrived here after two speeches Thursday, he fished for trout for two hours before dinner. He caught five, kept two of the larger ones and snagged his finger slightly on a fishhook. After dinner the President went down the road to Calvin Coolidge Inn to talk to South Dakota GOP leaders. Striking a theme he also sounded at Mt. Rushmore, the President called for hard work in the party to keep it in power after 20 years on the outside. As he did so often during the campaign, Eisenhower called for a middle of the road course, "avoidin gindifference on the one hand and socialism on the other." Then, sounding a new note, he declared: "If the group takes over again that wants socialism, we very very gravely run the risk that we've had our last chance. We wouldn't easily recover." The President got a round of applause, then, in declaring lie never says anything he doesn't mean. Won't Stray "You never will hear me stray so long as I'm above ground from the principles and ideas I told you about tonight." pretty lough On the way to Mt. Rushmore Thursday the President spoke before a crowd of about 5,000 persons at ceremonies marking a stage in .completion of Garrison Dam in North Dakota. He listed what he termed specific achievements of this administration January. since it took office in collective security, In modernizing military defense plans, in attacking crime and corruption, in insuring "equal civil rights for all our citizens regardless of race, creed or color." And he said the problem of keeping subversives and security risks out of federal jobs is being tackled with "a vigor long overdue" without resort to un-American methods. Barefoot Boys and Ztees Bring Knotty Problem to Knoxville KNOXVILLE, Term. W>)-_ A proposal to banish bees from Knoxville has the city buzzing and the city law director's telephone ringing. You might say he's busy as a bee. In fact, few bees realized how many friends they had until the whole thing came up with a loud yelp. "BeM have rights like everybody else.' one culler observed' The trouble with bees Is that they're not all sweetness and honey. They stlnc. Partlcuarly, they seem attracted to barefoot children trying to beat the heat. A residential neighborhood. It seems, has six beehives. The neighbor's kids, barefoot, got badly stung. The neighbors let out the yelp. Ban on Be«? The City Council heard the yelp and proposed the ban on bees. About then. City Law Director Clarence Blackburn's telephone started ringing and the bees discovered they never had it so good. One irate bee-lover suggested that on ordinance requiring children to wear shoes be substituted for the anti-bee proposal. "If this suggestion is followed," he , noted, "naturally stings on the feet | would be eliminated and one of the j objections to bees removed." Another called it rank discrimination. "II you're going to deny bees a Hot Fuse Results In Power Outage Electric power was out in the northern and western sections of Blytheville for about 45 minutes yesterday morning:, Arkansas Missouri Power Company officials announced yesterday ~~ The outage was caused by trouble at the west end sub station, where a fuse slipped out on one circuit, causing the entire load, to be placed on the other two circuits, The additional load caused the circuit breaker, a safety mechanism, to open both remaining cir- Clear Lake Bible School to Start A vacation Bible school will begin at 7:30 a.m. Monday at Clear Lake Baptist Church, it was announced today by the Rev. J. E. Cox, pastor. The Bible school will last about two weeks. A preparatory session will be held at 7:30 a.m. Saturday j at the church, the Rev. Mr. Cox said. cults, shutting off power. Company officials indicated the slipped fuse lesulted from a stretched link, apparently caused by extreme heat. 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Viborg is one of Ihe oldest at.d most hisioi-i.2 sites of Denmrttk $6,000 AskeU In Death Of Children A damage suit filed in the civil division of Circuit Court here this week by Alvin- Craig, father of two children killed in an accident on Highway 61 near here last October 10, seeks $6,000 from Brooksie Teague and the Grower's Market Association for deaths ,of the two children. Mr, Teague, of Winter Haven, Pla., was driver of a truck owned by the market com! pany and had stopped his truck at [Sandy Ridge Bridge, seven miles south of here. A truck, driven by Everette Russell of Tupelo, Miss., step-fa- ther of the MMim, »Mh«a u. the rear rf *e hdfci *£** tfT ing Mie cMMien, D« - • ~ • tow, add Qferate three, «Ml their mottwr, Russefl, A sift* ftted l«tt October Uk«' ing the wreck sought «iOO,pift lot' Everette Russell, who dislocation of both nipt and ture of one. 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