The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 11, 1952 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 11, 1952
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11, 1992 O0UJUM PAGE THREE Fine Remains Uncommited, Undecided P*. (jp) — Penn'• GOT, John S. Tfne who. l«*ders My, may aio«t Important delete f*w OOP ntttonal conven- Ji today uanommHIed, unde- ritrtod a* to how he *t Chicago next month. •o, AM! not eren hi* most friend* or political as&o- profMt to know where the •Unds. But Fine i* con- «t a, big majority of Penn- K> convention vot«< will Hp with him when the prwktentUl candidate k nominftt- •A. He 11*0 U undecided AS to when : to wiH nuke up his mind on that ': candidate. When he does, he says, H, will b« "on lasues and not on ; c*rKMdat*s." He believes that the | rtx«t important qiMtlon before the ; nation is the "Iremendous expendl- ;hir« 1t 'of the federal government. ; Solvency Is NK«»ry jj.j "Btcurity and peace depend on .•i'tto aolvency of this country," the • 'governor nays. And the husky, balding former Judge If unimpressed by all the Jruror swirling around him. Fine's jprofe. as a deLegate-At-Inrge J*. im- iportant; much more BO is his in- ffhi&nce with other Pennsylvania The« factors in the situation were made apparent in an Inter- Yiew with the Associated Press, In which the governor discussed his viewa on the campaign Issues, He declined to comment on the record concerning candidates or the dele- fates' position, and would not dis- any new details of his talk teat,Sunday with Dwlght D. Eisenhower, or previous conversations with Sen. Robert A. Taft and Gen, Doufj*A Mac Arthur. The Pennsylvania delegation's 70 vote* arc officially and actually un- Instructed and uncommitted, although many viembent have ex- yeaaed personal preference*. The most recent AP poll show* 20 oring- Eisenhower. 18 backing £ and 93 undecided or unwilling Jafce a preference. Backers of both candidate* claim * bigger tlt*rn»t«. And Fine will share of the delegation. The number of delegate* Fine could bring to hi* candidate 1* the biggest question, birt. by every available estimate It IB a vnry substantial group. The. governor—who 1ft delegation rhairman— believes (here would be not le« than *2, and possibly more. Fine Is confident the party can carry Pennsylvania with either of the major candidates, or with Gf>n. MacArthur who most definitely remains on the list of possibilities before the governor. Governor N'ot Impressed The governor Is not Imprewfld by Ihe fart that, with only one m'A- jor exception, the party Iradern unrl state officials close to him are favorable to Eisenhower. Fine will be present. Friday whnn Eisenhower, nl hif> OpUysbWK. Pa., farm, meets the .state d^lppou** find on hand, to when the delegation* m«tj with Sen, Taft at a Inter date. After those meetings, Fine intends to check wilh the delegates personally, and some time nfter that to make known hia decision, Tt will go to the candidate 1 .-; first, because he believes "they have a right to know." But It nviy not be announced officially and publicly until the delegation mucus nt Chicago Sunday night, July 6. On the Issue of rrnnoniy. which he believes Is tied completely to U, S. foreign aid, do/ens?? preparations and the domestic program, Fine said in part: "It in only n gup-*i on no* far we cnn go in aid to oiher nations. Sump people say i(. Isn't a qurstlon of what we rnn afford to do, hut what, we can afford not to do. I don't subscribe to that." Red-Starred Caps, Epaulets All That Remain In Koje Compound 'Flashy Man 7 Sought in Death Bruised Baby-Sitter Found in Swamp , SYRACUSE, N.Y. UPl—Police to- ' dav so"?ht a "tall, flashy' man for i questioning in the death r>f n ! blonde. IS - year - nit! baby-bitter,; whose bruised body \vas found in a swamp. The body of Alire Richardson, clarl In a bathing suit, V/RS found j yesterday by a motorist, ihree days ! after she had fell home to go swim-1 minp. j Pollcp iald a neighbor harl told \ them that Alice had mentioned i lending money to a man. Mrs. touis ! Mnriano said she hud *i?nn the "tall. | riarJc - complexionedi and flashy" man once, pnllce said. Veteran to Face Army Charges For ROW Letter MONTEREY, Calif iVP> — The Arn.y is going to prnrncute a ve'er- an sert;eanl who wrote G<"n. Mark Clptk that his handling of a Ko]c v ni prl.son carnp incirlrn) was "rc- puchant and disgraceful." Set C. Dc^n Chnlp. 21. fiaK Lake Ci'> M-as charged yesterday with di^te.spcci. td a super tor officer and ordered court mnrMalort. Mnxtmiim penalty If convicted Is six months in prison and a bad condud discharge. Chase commented. "I knew exactly v/hat T wns doing" but expected t-nly a reprimand-frnm Clark. Eisenhower to Texas As Gold Star Guest DENISON, Tex. (&>— Gen, Dwlght! D. Eissenhower comes back to his' birthplace here June 21 as a giiest of the Gold Star Mothers of Denl- son The general's fiupporter.s announced j-esterdav that he'll also meet with Texas and l.ouisiann El- ser.hcwer dp!pgation.=; to in? Rnpuh- iicar Nntional Convention In Chi- cacr. Br WILLIAM KOJE ISLAND, Korea Red-starred c»p«, ^ arni-bandn. epaulel« — pmraphe- natia of Compound 78 \p.*dtrt. — lay tramptfd In the duert of the .imoklnn prison p«n. They w«re all that remained of I he authority the CommuniitR once uwd to rul« over the barbed wire enclosure'.-? fi,400 priioners of v-ar. For 2'^ hours thU mornlnji th« Red-led prisoners battled American psratrnoperfi to prevent their removal to compounds holding not more than &00 men each. Tl-.f-y lost. All prisoners wer« transferred. Medical Learns then moved Into ther ulned are>a and carried out the df*ad and wounded. Thirty-one prisoners vtte killed and 133 wounded. One Am«ri- car WRS killed and 1* wounded in subrining the Reds. The .^mell of smoke and tear pan and death was, like & choking blanket. Rome bodies smouldered in the ashes of burned compound build- I»RS. Among the wounded were some. ^•ho feigned death until the fight- in t was over. Surrendering during the heat uT battle was dangerous. One officpr said he jaw Reds kill five fellow prisoners when the> tried to give UP> Another of- firor saitl he saw three killed in this fashion. ! Hours after the fighting had i rtopppd, flames poured from &ome of I he mud and stone buildings. Occasionally burned wooden supports pave way and metal roofs crashed do-x'n. Snmr; tent.n were untouched by flames. Tn.side soldiera found buckets of warm barley and rice. Troops found Bome buildings «onn*cferf by trenches and tunnels One underground channel— complete with vetllators—led to- nsrc a neighboring stockade. A prisoner plea for selling control of the Island was uncovered. No Red Buildup Seen by General SEOUL. Korea (ff-t — The top United Nfltionfi air commander In Korea said yesterday his air spot' t*rr have found no signs of a buildup for a Communist offensive in Korea but "If we did we'd go after! it" j MaJ. Gen. Glen Barcus, new com- : mander of trip U. S. Fifth Air Force.! told a news conference the Air | Force knou-5 the Reds have "a lot" of men in North Korea. "In lhat lypft of rough terrain, it's easy to conreal people. They're masters at camouflage and concealment." Marines in Korea $•* for /ce Cream Tfcre* Timet Per Week Now WASHINGTON OP)—Unit* <* th« Fir." Marine Division on the front lln^s In Korea will get Ice rream three time* -A week this ttimmer. Announcing this yefit«rday, the Marine Corpw sairt it wat poftskble Ihiough UM of insulated bags, need last winter to carry hot ration*. It mid each bag will keep five gallons of ICF cream hard for eight hours. H will come in two standard flavors, chocolate and, vanilla, but the forp« 5aid thft usual rivalry among mess sergeants probably will produce variations through use of canned fruttA and jellies, Clark Visits Hirohito TOKYO W — Gen Mark Clar'.;, cnmmanrler of the U.S. force* in Japnn, today paid hi* lii-st, pAla«« visit to Emperor Hirohilo. He was accompanied hy US. Amba.saador Robert D- Murphy, Body Armor Looks Good for G/'s Fighting in Korea, Experts Say By FRANK CAREV I to *0 lo our one." AtMdttwl Prets Science Reporter He said lhat "this wide differ- CHICAGO Ifi— Body orinor looks| ence hRS existed largely because good for helping American fighting ° r superior artillery (ire and de- men In Korea, Ihe American Mcd-' c!llive air eovernge" but he added leal Association was told today byj' hnl "*"vh circumslance has th« an Army doctor. I potential of .sudden change." L,e,,t. Co,. 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