The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 22, 1952 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 22, 1952
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' WTOKESDAY, OCT. 22, 1958 Ike, Adlai Agree U.S. Must Help Free World I wo major party presidential candidates say the United Stales must continue to help (he free nations—and lead them—in Ihe struggle against communism. Gcn.'Dwigiit D. Eisenhower. Republican, and Qov. Adlal E. Stevenson, and Democratic candidate, addressed the New York Herald Tribune Forum last night. Their speeches were carried nationally by radio and television. Eisenhower, who spoke directly to the. forum session here, urged "a new economic alliance of free nations" to confound Kremlin predictions of economic doom for the free world. Stevenson, who delivered his address from Chicago, said America should lead in developing a "coalition of free nations strong enough to' remain the masters of their destiny" and meet communism's threat. He said such a coalition could not be built without full-time American participation. The two candidates' 15-minule talks were relatively free of campaign politics. These comments were the nearest approaches to party campaigning: By Eisenhower—"We must get our own administrative house in order" to better handle foreign economic co-operation. Various government agencies involved now "go their several, unco-ordinated, though well-meaning ways." By Stevenson — "We cannot set ... an example (for .other countries) if we succumb to the economic reactionaries and to the hate and hysteria mongers. The things they stand for do not represent America at its best." Eisenhower called for "a sub- '-'stitute for the purely temporary business of bolstering the free nations through annual handouts" which get, "neither permanent results nor real friends." Both candidates saw communism as the challenge to peace. "With experienced and dedicated leadership, we shall meet Ibis new challenge of Godless tyranny," said Eisenhower. "Then and then only can we look forward to an enduring peace and a great destiny." Stevenson said lendersnip must be borne by the U. S. and added: "We must lie strong until the enemies of freedom are ready and •willing to join the free nations In honest disarmament." Both men called on the U. S. to set nn example for th world. Said Eisenhower: "we must show what they can accomplish elsewhere." And Stevenson: "We want that Image (we reflect to the world) to be an image of sanity, serenity and moral as well as economic and military strength of freedom and Justice and confidence.' ' Together with our closest allies, Eisenhower said, a long-term consistent program must be produced "directing all of our economic power toward reviving free world economies and trade as a whole, instead of restricting our concern to emergency relief and isolated piecemeal actions." Stevenson cautiont-u ilial the free nations' efforts must, be kept in balance. "There would be no point In setting a pace so fast," Stevenson said, "that we or our allies would exhaust ourselves." Actors Seek Repeal of Income Tax LOS ANGELES tff,— Former actress Oorinne Griffith, actor Charles Cohtirn and others are listed as backers of a national campaign to repeal federal income taxes. Bertrand Gearnart of Fresno, Calif., former congressman, said yesterday several persons have formed an organization to work for repeal of the income tax and will file articles of incorporation immediately. Listed as directors arc Miss Griffith, who is the wife of George Marshall, owner of the Washington Hedskins pro football team; Coburn, Gearhart, and Lorrin L. Morrison ana Frank Chodorov, publishers. "The federal income tax has broken down public morale," said Gearhart in a statement. "The right of privacy has been invaded and the home has become u romping ground for government agents." Cuba's First Lady Pays $4,000 for Girl's Operation HAVANA, Cuba (iPi — President Pulgencio Batista's wife has given 54,000 for an operation in Boston, Mass.. for a Cubnn girl suffering from a rat bite in her childhood. The Ministry-of Information said Senora Batista made the gift for 18-year-old Acacia Segurn. who is suffering from a disease which has damaged her jawbone. The ministry said Dr. V. H. Kazanjian of Boston would operate on her. Goldfish have been bred by the Chinese : for i centuries. 1LYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER KEWi PAGE THHEE ROYAL PLUMAGE FOR A DAY The coronation oi Queen Eli za - bcth II. scheduled for June, 1D53, presents o clothing problem to England's royalty Under austere English economy, traditional velvct-and-ermine coronation robes at hundreds of pounds apiece .are almost out oi ihe question Companies which specialize in renting royal costumes are expecting a bumper business. At left is seen a robe suitable for wear by a Viscountess, and at right what the well-dressed Viscount may hire' for the ceremony Coronation TV Debate Asked LONDON (A>j_Some Labor members of Parliament today demanded a parliamentary debate on an official decision to tan live television broadcasts of Queen Elizabeth's coronation in Westminster Abbey next June. Widespread criticism of the decision followed the announcement by the Coronation commission that live TV shots would be restricted makes your vest to the royal procession before and after the crowning. The reason for the ban was fear that television might show the Queen too candidly —patting her hair-do or mopping her brow. Newsreel and film shots of the ceremony will be permitted but the films will be censored. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Whan Sour Stomach Makes You Queasy TUMS Correct if FORTHITUMMY Record fast relief for gas, heartburn sour stomach, acid indigestion. 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