Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 2, 1960 · Page 56
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 56

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, October 2, 1960
Page 56
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PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, OCTOBER I, UN. Hits Attack On Ike By Kennedy , By DOUGLAS B. CORNELL EN ROUTE WITH NIXON <AP —Vice President Richard M. Nixon demanded Saturday, that Sen, John F. Kennedy cease what he called "a reckless and irresponsible attack" on President Eisenhower's performance at the United Nations. • ; The Republican . presidential nominee said Americans, should thank God for Eisenhower's performance instead of criticizing it. : This was the major talking point of a day of campaigning through Ohio and into Indiana. ! In Ohio, with its choice block of 25 electoral votes, Nixon was surging along part .of the campaign trail his Democratic rival Kennedy followed four-days ago. ' Kennedy's crowds made the Democrats . jubilant. But Nixon was getting good crowds, too as he meandered by plane, and car to .Akron, Canton and Mansfield, and at a few spots in between. At Canton, for example, Nixon filled the Municipal Auditorium to overflowing as Kennedy did before him. But newsmen who had seen both crowds said-Nixon had a bigger turnout along the streets. Thousands stood and waved and cheered on a bright autumn afternoon. Running Attack: ...-'••. , In off-the-cuff remarks and in SPAQEI AGE:HISTORY MAKERS—Seen together for the first time, the nation's most famous space -'vehicles are arranged around the civilian responsible for them. He's en<n- neeriHilliajjoV^ Paige, head of General Electrk's Missile and Space" Vehicle Dept., which built .;aU;the;.items shown. Paige is sitting on a replica (1) of the RVX-2, largest vehicle ever fired over, the 5,000-mile ballistic missile range and'"recovered"/ 'Counterclockwise from him,-other pieces of space "hardware": (2) RVX-1, first nose cone ever recovered after an ICBM flight; (3) Air-Force Mark II, this nation's first operational nose cone; (4) Mark III, newest and most advanced nose cone; ,(5): inflated balloon for BVX-2 which •slows its descent and keeps it afloat in the ocean until it is picked up; (6) parachute and balloon holder for RVX-2; (7V Air Force Discoverer capsule, similar to one which was first object ever recovered, from orbit (later this/year one .will be used to orbit a monkey?; (8) data capsule from missile noss cone.' marked that he—Kennedy—was prepared, remarks for use along 1 tired of reading what Nikita 'fie way, Nixon kept swatting at Khrushchev and .'Fidel Castro Kennedy and at a major foreign were doing and wanted to read policy speech the Massachusetts senator made Thursday at Syracuse, N.Y. He said that Kennedy dealt with the situation in the United Nations General Assembly meeting, re- "Your Private Secretary" Florence Doggy Offset Printing • Typing Mimeographing - Pfiolo Copy 129 Fourth SL Phone 3381 R. DIETZE Plumbing & Heating t«id<nlial-Comm«cial InaWrlal Pheiw *40» «5 2nd St. what the President of the United States is doing; '. "Sen. Kennedy," Nixon said, "has a right and a responsibility, as the . opposition candidate, to criticize the administration record. .But he also .has a responsibility, when-he criticizes, to be right about what he says. Ike Hope Of World "I cannot allow this attack on the President's, leadership and his prestige to go unanswered when 1011 NORTH WONI47C* NOTICE—Sf. JOHN COMMANDERY NO. 24 K.T. Stated Conclave Monday Evening 7:30 o'clock Please attend as we are preparing for annual INSPECTION. Conclave to be preceded at 6:30 o'clock^ by ''a Carry-in-Dinner lor Knights and their families. . • Earl L. Burch, E! C. See The World Series On TV! WE 'HAVE SEVBRAt GOOD USED TV SITS priced from $49.95 TODD'S "The Store That Service Built" 327 East Market .Phone 3300. it carries .with it the hopes of the, entire world at this crucial.'moment ' ... • ••''..•_ • ; "The senator owes.' it 'to, his party and to his country to cease these irresponsible attacks on the President of the United States," he said. •. Continuing to sharpen' up his 'shafts • at Kennedy, Nixon .said: "If Mr. Kennedy 'would" stop looking so hard for things that are wrong with America's position and America's prestige, he would not have made such a reckless and irresponsible attack on the President. "If he would talk less and read more, he would have learned that the President has been giving dy- namic'leadership in this situation, to the cause of peace and freedom. He has been applauded by the entire world." Dedicate New Book Collection At IU; Lilly Financed It BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (A?) The Lilly Library, a collection of some of the world's rarest books and manuscripts, will be formally dedicated Monday at Indiana University. On display for the ceremony will be such choice items as signatures of all signers of the Declaration of Independence, a Gutenberg Bible. Lew Wallace's "Ben Hur" manuscript, and reports on discoveries written by Christopher Columbus and Amerigo Vespucci. Begun four years ago with a gift of a collection valued at $10 million by J. K. Lilly Jr. of Indianapolis, .the library contains about 100,000 volumes and some 1,500,000 manuscripts. "Frederick B.,,Adams Jr., director of; the: Pierpont Morgan Library in. New- York- City, will be chief speaker at the dedication. President Herman B Wells of I.U. will preside. Welsh Raps GOP Record EUSHVILLE, Ind. (AP) — Lt Gov. Crawford F. Parker is haunt ed by the Indiana Republican Ad ministration's record, Matthew E Welsh said Saturday night. The Democratic nominee for Governor asked where his GOP opponent was when the highway scandals brpfce out, while Parker was secretary of state in the Ad ministration of ex-Gov. George N Craig. . .. . Welsh also attacked Parker for not speaking put against what he called higher taxes, lack of treat ment facilities for mentally re tarded children and insufficien school, support;" . ••". "He remained silent," the Dem ocratic nominee said, "and by his silence he stands indicted of participation in and approval of these irresponsible .policies and corrupt practices—or even worse, of lack of ability and inattention sufficient to disqualify him from holding public office." ..Welsh once again challenged Parker to public debate, and added: : "He \vpn't talk because he has, and he must, .dodge the real issued The record of the Haridley- Parker administration continues haunt him. Segregate Okinawa Army Buses NAHA, Okinawa (AP)—Col. Joe E. Briley, "the Kadena Air Base commander who recently banned shorts and pedal pGshers for women, has now segregated the schooi bases there. Girls must ride one bus and boys another. The ruling applies only to Air Force students; studenls from the Army and Navy still ride coeducational buses. ' According to Briley's daughter, Barbara, herself, a student at the local high school, her father's fiat. has invited "a. lot of- comment from students, sympathetin remarks from teen-agers, from other areas and indignant interjections from those directly affected. Criticism has been running wild." Barbara said .-the ruling was made "because of a series of-delinquencies and immoral acts that have taken place oh these buses.". She would not elaborate and neither did her father in making the ruling. In the past.month, Briley also fias banned the wearing of'zoris (slippers) and geta (clogs) in public buildings at Kadena Air Base. -He instituted a similar, directive while a" base commander in Japan, causing a .furore, particularly, among wives of servicemen. See What I Mean? He Could Have Said - -GARY, Ind. (AP) — Joseph Erdelac, head of, the Fire Prevention Bureau, didn't get to finish his talk to a group of business leaders. "We will always have fires because of Carelessness..." he started; when the fire' alarm went off in his office. The group later learned ; $1,200 damage was done to a Gary home after a housewife, cleaning her coat- with gasoline, accidentally touched'off the blaze iti the kitch: en. UnitedNathns At A Glance By THE ASSOCIATED PHESS SATURDAY — Soviet Premier Khrushchev plunges assembly into new uproar during bitter debate on seating Red China, assails United States and Spain, is called I estate on Long Island, to order by assembly president; United- States says his, behavior casts doubt on possibility of successful negotiations, for world peace. SUNDAY — No sessions scheduled; . Eisenhower meets llacmil- lan of Britain and Menzies of Australia; Khrushchev it - Soviet MONDAY - Nehru and King Hussein scheduled to address assembly in morning; neutral resolution calling ' for Khrushchev- Eisenhower meeting may be debated at afternoon session. Read the Want Ads! PERFORMANCE Made Zenith Famous QUALITY Makes Zenith Best! Your Support Will Be . Deeply Appreciated Election Day Novembers, 1960 Re-ElectYOUR Coss County Surveyor Lc. Professional Gvil Eng. & land Surveyor No. 6-482 — State of Ind. B. S. Civil Eng. Purdue. World War II veteran. Charles D. 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