The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 8, 1952 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 8, 1952
Page 9
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OCT. I, IMt NixonRapsTruman; [Sparkman to Ohio Adloi's Running GOP Candidate •trnnmm (AMD COWHM mewi Mate Doubts | GOP Harmony , ixon ' s41d '«t ite Dean Acheson "are lestroy the reputation I _„, s ot » *«at American, | Dwight Eisenhower, regardless of cost to the preslige of Amer- I :, -•-- :•> 'Republican rally I at canton, O., the Republican vlc» I presidential nominee said, "They I now blame Eisenhower for every- k aim*, for high prices, for tremendous losses to the eommunlsts- >«ven for Korea." • . |>~Th» California senator, on the I first leg of a two-day ; whUtle-stop I:tour of Ohio, aald, "In the order -•pf Importance th-'Democratlc lineup now reads;. Truman, Acheson and Stevenson," and added: • Stevenson's failure to disavow i these dishonest atlacks against I pen. Eisenhower by Truman'and I Acheson has spelled his defeat." I- Nixon cald U Is essential to I maintain a sound national economy 1 in order to beat world communism. I • "I charge that the record of I Truman and Acheson—as well as I that of Acheson's former assistant, I Adlat Stevenson—gives the Amer- I loan people no hope for safety at I home from the sinister threat of J Cornmunism. If we continue this I-team in office for another four T years, there will be more Alger Hisses, .. more' atomic »pl«, more [.crises." The election of Elsenhower, the • senator said, will - be the signal 1 for the general to rid the govern-' P *-ent of Communists "and the ople who put them there." 1 ' At Canton, Nixon addressed a I near-capacity crowd In : " the 6,0001 seat Memorial Hall.'A : pollce-Mtl- I mated crowd of 150 greeted the 1 senator on his arrival at the r«U- | road station. ing through the 'state's . --jl-mlnirig area, Nixon said the way to defeat commW Takes Off on Whistle Tour HNTINGTON, W.VA, W) The Democratic vice presidential nominee made four brief appearances and a major address in West Virginia yesterday, then headed into neighboring Ohio for more campaigning today. At Huntlngton, Sen. John J .Sparkman expressed doubt that Gen. Dwigtit D. Eisenhower, GOP presidential nominee, can ever gel his Republican team to work together should he win the election. The Alabaman called out the names of Sen. Joseph McCarthy, Sen. James Ken of Missouri and oilier Republican congressmen, then said; "I wonder if Elsenhower really believes he Is going to whip this bunch into a winning ball team should he ever b e given the chance. • "He must know they are opposed- to everything that he has .supported so valiantly In the past. Does he think he can capture them?" On his swing through Southern West Virginia earlier in the day, Sparkman ridiculed the Republican cry that it Is time for 'a change. Any change the Republicans could make could only be one to the "hard times of Hoover." he said. Sparkman had a crowd of about 2,000 In Ihe Hunllngton City Auditorium, a highly receptive crowd estimated by police at 1.500 at Logan and smaller groups at Beckley, Mullens and Flneville. He was scheduled to speak to a Jackson-Jefferson dinner at Columbus, O., tonight at 9 p.m (E6T). arid - moral' offensive. You've got to get the crooks out of Washing; ;: lon. Elsenhdwer will restore sound morals." • r •.-.-•' Poland Pays on Loan Made by Bank in 1946 i NEW YORK (/P)—An aggregate of $2.751,955 was remitted recently by Poland to psy principal ant Inter- Of the total, tl.416.609 I Korean Waif, /'ow in America, Enters College v ': MOROANTOWN; w. ya.'f^.'-in- sr-o Sklppy kwak, 19, 'formerly, oj Korea, is a n^w member of the ;;West Virginia University freshman I cl-ss. • ••-: . . The gate to s. university educa- and maybe.a degree In m«il- was opened" to SWppy seven I\years ago when he met" Sgt.- Gus I Fair of Hinton, W. Va. " • A forlorn little waif of 12, Skipny was sitting by a roadside in the rain when Gus first met him In Korea. Sklppy became Qus' mas- ' cot. Gus ordered.books from home and began teaching -Eri"!!«ih to the | _ youngster. : -" .": -"•In a couple of "years" Fart-" sent Skippy hsne to Hinton, Joined him there later and completed formal adoption of the youth. Sklppy went ' ,on to school and GUI re-entered • ; service. • ' •• Today Skippy is much closer to 'his goal -of becoming a doctor — ^hanks to Sgt. Ous Fair. ;i AnJ Gus? He was killed last ••VBionth fighting to free the nstlve .country of his adopted »on. Scienfisfs Explore 'Mountain ot LOMXHf OP)—A party of British | scientist* atarted recently on a three-month expedition to explor* the "Mountain, of the Moon," the -Ruwenzori range in Western Uf- Lida, Africa. The group plans to explore equatorial glaciers, prepare topographl- J ,cal data and make a geological man I'-of the range whose highest peaks \\ are 17,000 feet above tea level. Cbiltons SHOES EXPERTLY REPAIRED -H-fl LT€RS t* tt FOR SALE ConrrtU Mhcrl* 11 blck Inch. »Ul» «r mnfvrad. „_ Cencrttt BalWinj Itlxkn cheaper than tambtt- f*r terns, eh>cfc- en ho«ea, f»mf hMM*. Itnam hwiMS, l**l sheds. »r« intnt. Call n far frrr eatlmate. OSCEOLA TILE t CULVERT CO. INGENUITY firing along Inventions in Also an eye m with N0 ,. 'nannro musical Instrument which mad. in detut »t lh« autumn exhibit of new «n, ^mblne, the virtue, of a violin, mandolin. Hawaiian guitar and alto banlo. •catcliing entry at the show was the model of an amphibious helicopter. Ills dis- playejjy Its inventor, Pierre Devitry, a taxi driver. 50 Feared Dead in. Freakish Three-Train Crash in England HAKROW, England IB—A freak three-train'collision kilted at least 60 persona today and Injured more than 100 in the main railroad station of this Middlesex village 10 miles norlhwest of London. One . railway official said the number ot dead "mldht possibly reach a hundred." The collision occurred .during the height of the morning rush hour. A suburban trail standing In the station was hit from behind by an express bound for London from Scotland. As the wreckage of the first two trains sprawled over the tracks, -the London-to-Manehester express plowed into !t. Two of i>» tnree locomotives were flung broadside acres* Ihe Iracks. At one point three splintered carriages were piled on-top of one another. The overhead bridge connecting ihe northbound and southbound station platforms was ripped down i the wreckage. Ambulances and doctors rushed rom all main communities In HMdlesex County and from North- vest London. All available ambu- ances were called out and moving /ans and olher trucks were pressed nto service to help carry the !n- iured to hospitals. Volunteer rescue workers clawed at the wreckage with their, bare hands to remove victims. Bodies of tht dead were lined up alongside the tracks. One passenger likened tlie scene to that of a wartime air raid. Clouds of miming steam rolled through the battered coaches, adding to the FOUR-LEGGED MINE DETECTOR - "Teddy- H-year-oId British' army dog, knows that Communlit inon-mefallic minei planted In Korea realljr smell. H« is one ot 12 dog* attached to' the 1st Commonwealth Division to Korea, that are used to detect mines^whkh cannot b« located with a regulation detector. Hit master, Sgt. .Stanley Barker, of Helton,/England, abov«, la congratulating him on his latest find. the account of the Treasury in the Federal Reserve Bunk of New York in payment of principal on. the $37,720,000 surplus-property loan lade si* years ago. ' Join In the fun ... the special fre« alftm • for th« children ... and get th« refreshment of Midweat Ice Cream at special uafgain value* now during Fiesta Time. I Look for the gay, colorful FIESTA TIME decoration* at your Vidweat I» Cream detler'a... h«'» going all-o to make thia the mo*t excitinf •vent of the year for you . .. in funl Gifts! Refreshment! MIDWEST CREAM FIESTA COMBINATION OFFER 0 \ 22-K Gold Trimmed SHERBET DISH *nH h*odjr Htlf-Gtllon Bulk-Pack of MIDWEST ICE CREAM ... at th« regular price of the h»lf-ga!!on only, You'll w»m • complete set of these beautiful diihtt. • . Sun it now I r MIIWEST lAItT MCDBCTS CORPORATION ¥4 r A Plan Now TO Attend the Grand Opening of Vickie's shop 330 S. Division Street ~~ On* Block North of Razorback SATURDAY, OCT. 11 From 1 p.m. till 10 p.m. Complete Selection of Gifts and Ladies' Items MRS. VICKIE SAL1BA S/e*py Watchmen N«p Courtesy of Tftugt OLEVEIAKD {*>—A nlfht *c. man for the Murlca Owl * Wa*M Material Co. voke up from-a abort nap and wag prompt!; put back M sleep by a gang of burglari wtw slugged, tied and «a*;ed him. The watchman said ha reeovwv* consciousness after about two hourm, untied the knotted ropes with hi* teeth and called police. Detectives said the thleve« «nU»- ed the plant ttwough an unlock** window wlille the guard alepi. 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