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PAGE SIX • Top Debate Re volves Around Two Islands THE .PHAROS-THIBUNE md LOGANSPORT PKESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA By J, W. DAVIS- _ WASHINGTON. .(AP)-The question of who'll be the .next American president revolved curiously .this week around two little'islands with not a population of 56,000 " single electoral. vote. and They took precedence over such issues as government spending) the matter of U.S. prestige in the world, and ^hether there should be a Negro in the Cabinet. The islands are the Nationalist Chinese outposts of Quemoyand Matsu. Both Republican, Richard M. Nixon and Democrat John F. Kennedy seemed to think they had a real" issue going for them there. Each accused the other of taking 'a stand that could lead to war. They said so in thousands of words, among them: ','•',••' Nixon—"To'suggest'that we will surrender these" islands or -force our Chinese Nationalist allies- to surrender them in advance is not something : that would lead to peace; it is something that would . lead in my opinion to war." Kennedy — "To- commit ourselves rigidly.to defending these ' indefensible islands only ties our hands, plays into Communist hands,' and brings the whole world closer to war. .A peace-loving people do -not want a 'trigger" happy president in' ' the ' White .House." On Government Spending: • Nixon—"I have, had .his (Kennedy's) program costed put and have stated that it would cost at least $10 billioa.a year .more than' the program that I have advocated. "I have also stated my conviction that his extravagant approach would produce less prog ress than the programs I favor " Kennedy'—"Big government is not an issue, not at a.time when the. party which'last made it an issue has expanded the federal payroll to an all-tinie high, operated .at an US-billion deficit, increased the debt limit five times, caused the , greatest peacetime deficit in our history, and spent two:thirds 'as much money as all previous administrations put together." Prestige Nixon — "Anybody who thinks America, has been standing . still the last eight years, hasn't been campaigning in America. He's been in some other country. "My opponent continues to tel! the American people — and all the listening world — of his doleful contention that the United States is disrespected and disliked throughout the community of nations." Kennedy — "If this (the re- reduced margin against admitting Red China to the United Nations) doesn't tell the story, if this doesn't demonstrate that the United States is not gaining 'in power, I'd like to know what does." Henry Cabot Lodge — "We von:" " ' • Nsgro in the Cabinet . Ljdge, the Bostonian chosen by Nixon to run for vice president, declared on a television show: "I would like, to see a Negro in the Cabinet; I am for it." Later, in New York's Harlem, he said it again: "There should be a Negro in the Cabinet." His- -remarks fell like a chill on Republicans faying to sew up Virginia and other Southern states for the Nixon-Lodge ticket At Norfolk, Va, and Wmston- Salem, N C , Lodge stopped short of what he had said in New York Down there he explained ;to newsmen that the vice president doesn't appoint Cabinet 1 members and expressed a personal belief that "all Cabinet posts should be filled without regard to race, creed or color." , We {ft THE BUNKER HILL AIR FORCE BASE PERSONNEL ALL SERVICE MEN AND THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY TO LOGAN SPORTS Hospitality Days Your Home Deserves The Best! . , . and the best heating equipment is Mueller Clima- trol. When you let us install Mueller Climatrol automatic heating you can be sure you're receiving the most dependable, most satisfying, and most fuel- thrifty heating possible. It's designed to fit your budget too. You'll be amazed how little it costs.to own Climatrol automatic heating. Stop !n at our display room, to "learn, all about carefree, worryfree Mueller Climatrol automatic heating. Install tmt Now! Sold Thru Healing Contractors Only. BAKER SPECIALTY & SUPPLY COMPANY, WC; DISTRIBUTORS THE BEST IN FUEL-THRIFTY COMFORT MUELLER CLIMATROL Injured Wetter Doing Right Well BRAZIL, Ind. (AP) - Gerald Nees, a tall young man who once excelled on the basketball court, is making quite a score these days on canvas. ' He paints-^with his teeth, The 6-foot 3-inch Nees was a standout basketball player for Cory High School seven years ago. All that ended when he dived into a pond and. broke his neck. Now paralyzed, the 22-year-old former athlete drove himself until he has learned to paint surprisingly good pictures with a brush clenced in his teeth. Some of his works have been sold. Critics say Nees' technique is similar to that of the famed- Grandma Moses—except he does be.tter with barns and houses. Nees took up art to earn his. high school diploma, "attending" classes via public address • sys- ,tem linking his home with the school.. His paintings eventually earned him a scholarship to the Minneapolis Art institute. A dental student-friend made Nees a special plate he holds in his mouth to grip the brush ban-, die Saves wear on the teeth The ex-basketball player favors outdoor scenes, memorizing them on automobile taps and painting at home A Child's Prayer SUNDAY, OCTOUB U, TERR! HOLDREN Dear God: Forgive the things have said and done wrong., Am [orgivie the' things I have don< wrong to animals and people. Amen. Terri is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. John Holdren, 216 Eight teenth st., and attends Webste chool where she is a membe: of the Weekday Religious Educa ion class. - Schedule Of Echo Passes WASHINGTON (AP)-The Echo I satellite will make nine passes over Indiana during the next week. Here are the times (central daylight) released by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration Sunday— 5:05 a.m. medium south'. Monday— 4 38 am, medium south Tuesday— 4 12 am ,~medium sputh, and 6 21 a m high north Wednesday— 3:46 a.m., medium south, and 5; 55 a.m., high north. Thursday— 5:29 a.m., high north Friday— 5:02 a.m., almost overhead Saturday— 4:36 a'.m:, almost overhead. The huge balloon will be travel- ing'northeast on each, pass; Dissenters • Seek Control HARTFORD, Conn. (AP)-Dis sident stockholders of Peter Paul Inc., Naugatuck candy manufac turer, have organized a stock holders protective committee to fight for control of the company at the annual stockholders meet ing Oct. 28 Roger MaHan of Hamderi, for mer owner of several Waterbury motion picture houses, is chairman of the 'committee which includes 37 persons holding more than 100 000 of the 681,403 outstanding shares of the company It will be the first stockholder contest in the 41-year history ol the concern, which employs 350 persons. at-its ; Paret plant in Naugatuck It also has plants at Oakland, Calif., Dallas, texas, Philadelphia and Frankfort,, Irid., as well as a wholly owned subsidiary in the Philippines The committee'.charges annual sales have fallen off and that net profits have, dwineled to less than half the 1948 figure, which v $5 a share: About ".two months ago, se\ stockholders brought a half-million dollar suit against officers and directors of .the concern. They charged noncompetitive purchases and excessive inventories detrimental to the financial health of the company. The private and commercial truck fleet of the United States consists of 10.5 million vehicles. REXALL 1 SALE Starts Monday Morning Turn to Page 6 & 7 of Today's "FAMILY WEEKLY" Make up your shopping Hit from the hundreds of values offered in the Rexall 2 page advertisement. BRING YOUR LIST TO PORTER DRUG CO. Most College Students Help Pay The Costs ANN ARBOR, iMich. (AP)-One year of college education- for boy or girl costs an average of $1,500 out of pocket—and although more than half of. the nation's college students earn a pad: of their expenses, 21 per cent of parents find "real difficulty" in financing such educations. This is one of the significant findings of a University of Michigan survey on "How People Pay for College." Conducted by the university's survey research center for the U. S. Office of Education, the study examines the effect, of college . expenses on a family-by- family basis. The authors of the study, John B. Lansing, Thomas Lorinier and Chikashi Moriguchi, compiled their findings from 'interviews with 2,700 families across the United States. The results, they say, reveal that now, more than ever before, American parents are counting on sending their children to college and are doing some hard-headed financial planning to get them there. Only one family in 10, the survey shows, expects financial aid from inheritances,'gifts or scholarships, and four put of five expect the student to help pay his way with a summer or part-time job. It's an increasingly common pattern for some additional member of the family — usually the mother — to go to work to help support the student. The survey shows this happening in one of every five families.' "YOUR REXAILL STORE" Corner 4th ft Market You'll just love this brand new way to roatt mtat. Whether you prater it well-done, medium or rare, your, roajt will be exactly tha way you want.it—every time! You simply place thermometer in the roast, set the .dial, and the automatic roast control takatover ... cooki the meat until it's juit right...and turn* off'the oven! Dunes Report Mis-read In Her Opinion FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP)-The Army Engineers report on feasibility of a deepwater Lake Michigan harbor at Burns Bitch has been "over-interpreted," a Save- the-Dunes Council official said Saturday. Mrs. Thomas E. Dustin, region al chairman of the council, sai( the report released Thursday is neither an expression of approva nor a recommendation to proceet —merely a statement the $80 mil lion project may be technically feasible. Mrs. Dustin listed these four conditions she said would preven construction of the long-soughl )ort: 1. Lawsuits by council members and other conservationists agains Gov.. Harold W. : Handley and Army Engineers officials. 2. Action to survey other. Indiana sites on Lake Michigan for deepwater harbor expansion. Mrs. Dusin said the state'inow has three larbors .which would be expandec .0 handle ocean vessels at less cost than Burns Ditch. 3. A stipulation by Army Engineers that a complete steel mil >e built as principal user of the larbo'r. Mrs. Dustin said the largest landowner in the area,, Bethle- lem "Steel Co., has no plans for development of the property. 4. Refusal by some private land owners in the area to sell to steel companies: ' "Mardi Gras" means "fat Tuesday." It refers to the French phrase referring to the fat ox once paraded through the town that' day. NORCR2SS PUTS THE* MERBV IN .CHRfslMAS. roast control NORCROSS CHRisTMAS CARSS TOE MERRIEST CflRPSiNToWN! HIATTS "Th« iitlf• White House" help your newspaperboy win a trip to Sao Paulo, South America's greatest industrial center, is also the center at » vast coffee-producing region. A visit to a ranch—with a bavtaecin, songs around a campfire and gauchos showing off their horsemanship—is also included. Spectacular is the word for the architecture of the exotic buildings in Brazil's modern new capita! city, Brasilia. The boys will swim at Copacafaana Beach, • one of the most famous and beautiful beaches m the worM. travel, fun, adventure it's the trip of a lifetime! What a great treat is in store for oae of our carrie*- boys, perhaps the one who delivers ymir newspaper. Imagine! Sightseeing in New York! An exciting jet flight to Rio on Varig Airlines' magnificent new Boeing 707 Intercontinental Jet! A fun-packed towr of Brazil .'The thrift of writing a story about the trip and seeing it appear in the newspaper tmder his own bylisie! When yowr newspaperboy calls at your home to explain how you can lielp him win, welcome him. Your interest may be j«st the encouragement he needs to make his trip to Brazil come true. SPONSORED BY PHAROS-TRIBUNE and PRESS

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