The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 3, 1952 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 3, 1952
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PAGE TWO (ARK.) COUKTKR NTCWS WEDNESDAY, SEPT- 3, MM Nixon Moves Through. Maine In Talks on Reds, Corruption By ROBERT M. CKOCKEK ROCKLAND. Me. I* — Sen. Richard M. Nixon moves on through Maine today on B campaign klckoH lour, pledged to tnnke "Communist subversion nnrt corruption" In government "the theme of every speech from now until the election." The Republican vice presidential candidate beg f-or what he Announced as "the most intensive campaign in the history of American politics. . . ." As he spoke, Republican presi- a 'red herring' but as a. phantom in ojr "In Augusta on Saturday nlf-ht, I am (joins to talk about thc Communist 'phantoms' and what they have done. I think you will be surprised." Nixon told a press conference he lean vice presidential v."tmld name-names when and U U •(in last ni^ht' m Ban- became necessary In discussing the administration's record. He said he does not believe Ei.sen- howcr will (teal in nimu-.s nnd especially will avoid direct refer- riential nominee Dwighl D. Eisenhower opened in Atln nt a, Oa., what Nixon said would be a Hunting; campaign for election and n chance lo clean up "the mess in Washington." Nixon, presentee) by a ioastinas- ter as "the of Ah;cr Hiss nnd other such miscreants," will wind up his second day of Maine campaigning with a Snnford n<l- dress tonipht. Before then, he will ences to Stevenson and Kpnrkrmin. The 30-yenr-old Navy veteran chel," told a cheering Hunger audience ol 800 he will campaign on the record of Ihe Truman administration. "We can antLci|>aLo charges rjf smear, hatchet ing and name-catt- ing as we delve inlo (lie administration's sorry record," he said, "so let's get one thing straight right now: "If the record itself smears, lei It smear, if the dry rot of corruption and communism, which has eaten deep Into our body politic during Ihe past .seven years, can only bo chopped out with a hatchet — then lev's call for u hat- Deadlocked KoreanTruceTalks Slated to Resume Tomorrow MUNSAN, Korea fjV;—The dead- locket) Keren n truce talks resume have spoken to Rocklnnd a ,«i| tomorrow. ondtn B the «(lh siraight Auburn-Lcwlston audiences, lie is ueok-loug recess. block. North Korean Gen. Nam II, 'Open for Business' Signs Go Up As Minnesota Works on Contest Ky GALK TOIJJN KASSON - DODGE CENTER, Vfjnn. >At — "Open for business" .signs blossomed today around the tmye circus-like lout city erected for the combined plowing-pohiicat routing lo this South Cen- !s bivouacked there now. Cnrpcnters are flooring tents and building restroonis, Power company workers are setting poles nnd stringing miles of lines. Farm implement men are hauling machines and setting up exhibits. Crtnmuni irnl Minnesota fanning area Sat- caiions crews are installing c <*.-Urh- urday, "Now .serving sandwiches and hot lunches," .say the signs in front of many of the canvas eaterie.s. They were cessions lo among the first con- get In place for the National and Minnesota State Plowing Contests Friday and Saturday. Operators of tbo establishments arc mostly church groups. Their big business will come Saturday, when crowds estimated at up to 150,000 persons are expected to converge at "Plowvllle" to hear the next president of the United Slates. Gen. C wight D, Eisenhower, He- publican candidate for president, will speak at noon. Oov, Adlni Stevenson, the Democratic nominee, will mount the same stand four hours later. In between and probably dining traveling bv chartered plane. "I had hoped, frankly," Nixon said, nt Bandar, "that Communist subversion in the United States would not be an issue in the campaign. I hnd supposed we were all against communism. "But Mr. Stevenson has raised the Issue. Hs has made light of the Communist threat. He has needed before truce demonstrated a shocking lack of niflfce any progress. und erst nnd ing of this deadly tcri- ous matter. - U»*ed to budge from their "He has referred to It not as ilivciccnt stands on that stumbling i demands return of ilti.COO Comtmt- Tlie U. M. and Communal arm- 1 nist priMmer-i, including all 20,000 Istico Lions hiivc met only j Chinese rnptives in Allied stock- once n week since July 2G. A sixth j I'.dfs. .pokesman (or the Red delation ^ -speeches farmers on traclors 1 will exhibit their plowing prowess before the trained eyes of judges. Conce.ssiorinairen found they TCCSS may be called tomorrow wlien thc negotiators gather at Pamnun- jom ai 11 n-in. tO p.nv, Wednesday, !llf\ wouldn't hav.e lo wail until boards, telephone booths, and all types of communication lines, Scores of tents already are In place, and many more will go up. .onR rows of shiny tractors are nrd up for the farmers who'll compete In the plowing competition. An tense onlooker has been Alf Larson, a Knsson farmer- Larson recalls it was he who last year invited the National Association of Soil Conservation Districts lo hold their 1952 contests in Minnesota. "I'm amazed by all this," he said tt.s (he town of tents and tractors grew.. Chairman of the reception com mittee for Ihe big day. Larson thinks thc appearance of Eisenhower »nd Stevenson will draw many persons more interested In politics than fanning. "A little knowledge of soil conservation should rub off onto them," ho said, Larson thinks also farmers who come mainly to '.vatcl: MnJ. Gen. WIHtam K. Harrison, top man on the U. N. truce team, [ offered to sent) hack 8'A.OOO prisoners Including G.100 Chinese. An ex- A major .shift in (lie Rot) .stand i hnustivc screening ol Communist | on the 1 \var prisonei 1 exchange .seems i capatives .showed (lie remaining j teams can thousands of prisoners have renounced communism. They declared For months both sides have re- (hey would fi^lit—even to death— day to do good business. There are the plowing are bound to get more lot of hungry men already lo^'viHe. In fact, a veritable army Charge in Death Marine Has 'Situation in Hand' After Long Hunt for Brunette _MFW YORK (fl*i — There somewhat hnppy ending today Ui n Korean-hound end here. Marine's Insl week . Marine Sgt. Hugh E. Kictd Jr.. 22. Union Rouge. I-a., einne here to propose marriage ricia Hfiycs. 20, to pretty Pat- switchboard operator. It was his last clmnce before leavlnc for Korea. But despite till his efforts he was nimble to find hfr. Finally, dejected. he had to return to his base, Camp Lejcune, N. C. Yesterday, however, he received good news: She hns yromised to wait for him. The young Marine, who first met the Bronx brunette while she was visiting her sister's home In Bnton Rouge a jear ago, drove from his camp to New York lust. Saturday. He didn't find Miss Hayes nt her Bronx home, and on a neighbor's advice went off to Boston to hunt her at a relative's. He made hundreds of calls to Boston Hayeses without finding her, and finally eUrted back to camp on Monday. Yesterday Miss Hayes returned home— not from Boston, but from WELCH, W. Vn. ttv-A horsemnn Lawrence Hnrbor, N. J.. where she und some Blrls hat) a vacation cot- tnge. She found n. note from Kidd. It ended: "Goodbye find Gort bless you, I'll pee you In a year or so or never," .IlM Hnycs tried for hour. 1 ; to reacli Kidd by Ions distance telephone. Her employer pave her the dny off nnrt let her make her calls from ills switchboard. She lnul no success. For four more hours, she tried lo telephone him from the New York Herald Tribune office. Minutes sifter she left the newspaper's office, reporter Judith renchert tXe sergeant by phone. He said he was leaving /or a port of embarkation Friday and added: "I hope she'll wait. T was going to nsk her to marry me. 1 guess if she were sensible shn'rt have stild no, but I can keep hoping she'd have said yes/' Miss Hayes was loo confused by the situation to make a clear decision, "I guess I'll wait out the year, or however long he'll be gone." efforts to push them back n cross the line. The U. N. Command staunchly refuses to force back any • who rode over and, fatally injured prisoner against his v/ill. | an elderly man was charged. With The Communists today protested j manslaughter yesterday, another Red prisoner death — the State Trooper C. H. Otto said fourth protest in a week. I the charge was placed against The protest, delivered nt Pan- j Bague Waldron, 30, of Avondalc. W. Va. The trooper quoted Waldron as saying he admitted he was riding the horse last. Friday night when it run over CXs'car Christian. 78, also of Avondale. nmnjom, was over the death Monday of a civilian the United Nations said \vas killed in a blasting operation. Persian Gulf Sheik to Be Even Richer LONDON (fl — The oil-rich Sheik of Qatar, ruler of an Independent Arnb principality on the Persfan Gulf, is going to be ever richer. He's now signed up for a 50-30 split on oil profits. Petroleum Development, Ltd., yesterday announced the change in its concession agreement. The sheik formerly received 'only a fixed royalty. Qatar is a desert peninsula sticking out in the Persian Gulf from Arabia. It has been under British protection since the end of World War I. Oil production Is running at thc rate of three million tons annually. Gen. Cannon Goes to Korea interest In politics, Larson feels that as chairman at Iho reception committee, he should see to it that Elsenhower nnd Stevenson don't'meet face lo face. But I'll he switched if T knov how we're going to avoid it," h) said. WAHKINO ORDER In the Chancery Court. Chlrka s:iwl>:i District, Mississippi Count* Arkansas. Albert Harvey Dodd Jr. by his mother and next Friend. LeDora Dodd Trotter, Ptf. vs No. 12,151 Play refreshed... play better SEOUL, Knrca '(T) — Gen. .John Cannon, chief of Ihe U. S. Air Force Tactical Command, arrived today to tllscms tactical 1 aspects of the Korean War with U. N. air officers. The Tactical Command's primary mission is close support tit front- hne troops nnd fighter nnd fignter- ; bomber sweeps behind Red lines. Mattress, Automobile, and Furniture UPHOLSTERY Custom nolle seat covers All work guaranteed Prompt service I'HONE 4319 SMITH MATTRESS CO. Blytlievllle Air Base Janet Dodd, Dft. The defendant, Janet Dodd, is ereby warned to appear within ilrty days In the court named in ie caption hereof and answer the omplaint of the plaintiff, Albert [arvcy Dodd. Dated this 23 day of August, 1952. Harvey Morris, Cleric By Lav-erne Ball, D.C. C. F. Cooper, atty. for plaintiff. Ed B. Cook, ally ad lltem. 827-9:3-10-17 WARNING ORUKR In the Chancery Court, Chlrka- saxba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Christine Harrell. Ptf. vs. ' No. 12,153 Busby Harrell, Dft. The defendant. Busby Harrell, is hereby warned to appear wit him thirty days in the court named tn' thc caption hereof and answer th» complaint of the plaintiff, Chrlt- iine Harrell. Dated this 23 day of August, 195J. Harvey Morris, Clert By LaVcrne Ball, D. O. C. P. Cooper, atty. for pW. Ed B. 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