The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 17, 1952 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 17, 1952
Page 9
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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. IT, 19SJ (ARK.y COUHTCn PAGE NINE Ike's Managers to Ask McCarthy For Campaign Aid on Reds Issue ST. By JACK BELL PAUL. Minn. visers. in the face of the general's — Gen, [evident distaste for McCarthy's Dwlght D. Eisenhower's managers | criticism of den. George C. Mar- plan to call on Sen. Joseph Mel shall. In a Senate speech. McCar- Icarthy of Wisconsin lo campaign thy said Marshall, who helped ele- • actively for the Republican ticket vale Elsenhower to fiva-star rank. Ion '.he Communist-in-governmem had participated iti a conspiracy I issue. ^ Sen. Frank Carlson of Kansas, a Eisenhower adviser, told this |reporter an invitation to McCarthy Ito campaign outside his home state I Is "In the works." "1 tully expect that Sen. McCar- I thy will he speaking vigorously for I the ticket as soon as he recovers J fully from his recent operation," (Carlson said, McCarthy, limited hy physical I disability In campaigning for re- 1 nomination in Wisconsin, won a I smashing victory there. Apparently this convinced even I the most sanguine of Eisenhower's I advisers that ihe Wisconsin sena- I lo their team. The feeling among I tor would he a valuable addition [them was that McCarthy could 1 lash out at the Truman aciminis- I iralion in blunt terms that Ihe GOP I presidential nominee has hesitated [ lo use. Thus. McCarthy, who has said I he would support Eisenhower even if Ihe latter disowned him polili- cally. might be teamed with Sen. Robert A. Tafl of Ohio in a dou- ble-barreled answer to the "give 'cm hell" campaign that President [ Truman is expected to launch with i Western trip starting early in October. A speaking schedule xvhich will I take Taft into 19 slates was announced by Sen. Kav! Mundt of South Dakota, co-chairman of the Republican Speakers Bureau, and rn . ( f. r\ n r * Sen. Everett Dlrksen of Illinois, i Billion Dollars Spent chairman of Ihe Republican Sena- [ \ /) Orient by | torial' Campaign Committee. The schedule calls for an evening! TOKYO W,—The U.S. Army has against the country, Eisenhower has not yet hit the Communist issue hard in campaign speeches. But he has mentioned it several limes in apparent preparation for, a laler major address on the subject. FACE UP TO IT—Okay, we won't blame you iE you don't believe it But tnjs is actually the way a tom&to looked when Edward Goodreau, of Annapolis, Md. t picked it in his back-yard garden. He brought the freak to the office of the Annapolis Evening Capital^ whore this uiirctoucnod photo was taken. speech by Taft Oct. 8 at the "Pan-] haiicht nearly one billiin dollars cake Day" celebration in Shenan- j worth of goods Irom nations in the doah Iowa, after Truman speaks ! Orient, during the past two years, I from the same platform earlier in tlle Ja P n " Procurement Agency re- the dav. P° r < 5 " • , I lie agency says slightly more McCarthy and Trifman may ncv-, tnan go per ccnt o[ tne 5982,026,937 i er come to such close quarters, B . as spcnl in Japan for a v!u .; cty B-50 Is 'Bottle Baby' Of Boeing Airfield men 11 Koreans Die n Train Wreck 200 More Injured As Tender Explodes; Two Coaches Derailed SEOUL. Korea M 1 !*—Eleven In 14 Koreans were kilted and 200 injured •hen a locomotive tender exploded oday. derailing two coaches and hrowing many passengers into • itream 40 feet below. Three American enlisted aboard were Injured slightly. The train was crowded with school chltriren and workmen. The xplosion occurred on a bridge 20 ni'es west of Seoul. Hours after the tragedy, the tasl survivor was ymoved from the wreckage. She was nn 18-year-old Korean girl whose arm was »mpu- tited before she could be freed. U. S. Army personnel used torchf* to remove some Injured »nd dead from the wreckage. British soldiers stationed nearby j ilckly organized trucks to move about 200 injured to Ihe Italian I Red Cross hospital and the U. S • 121st Evacuatoln Hospital, j The locomotive and tender' crossed the bridge and remained upright. But two of the three steel j cars were derailed, tumbled on their] sides and split open. Witnesses said some passengers were thrown Into the stream 40 feet, below. There was no explanation of what caused the explosion. Read Courier News Classified Ads I but the decision to use the Wiscon sin senator extensively in the campaign apparently was contingent only on McCarthy's acceptance and I his physical condition. This decision seemed to have been taken by the Eisenhower ad- SEATTLE. Wash. W) — At Hoc ing Field there's a B-50 "bott! baby" that gets led only in mldai This B-50 is refueled in flight I check the refueling equipment. On each flight it takes on between 500 and 600 gallons of fuel. The "bottle (baby" returns to the field immediately and never gets a citnloetie I chance lo use up the fuel, which is '"The first United Nations flag to I ?yPl«Md oft to .supply other planes, fly over Oen. MacArthur's head- ! , Ihe . B -'" n has matle al)0ul 10 ° such quarters in Tokyo was turned out by j Jnpanese seamstTsses/' said an! agency spokesman. The Miracle of America tittle of Hems reading like a .mail-order i , . , mcc the flrsl cf llle Read Courier News Classified Arts. : hooklf I, now in its Ihird million, 1ms taken the story of llie A rner Jean ays!em all over ihft U.S.A. and to 9 I foreign countries, In wnnls ami pictures il lelU what •"makes America tick—how our productivity keep? living .standards going up. 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