The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 22, 1952 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVrLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS GOP's Morse Says He Turned Down 'High Administration Post' WASHINGTON' (iPj—Sen. Wayne Morse (R-Ore) said yesterday lie was offered a "very high post" by the Truman administration several months ago but turned it down he- cause he thought a Republican should not serve in a Democratic administration. Morse told a reporler this was what lie had in miml u-hen he told the Portland Orcgonlaii in a telephone interview yesterday Hint he had been offered a high position. Mistake Cliarfrcil He tad the Orcgonlan was mistaken In Interpreting his statement as an intimation that representatives of Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower had offered him a high post. If he would support the Republican presidential nominee. Morse, \vllo announced last week that he as supporting Democratic nominee Adlnt Stevenson, satd top Eisenhower political advisers hud made representations to him which convinced him that Eisenhower Is "just a political hypocrite." He said tlie.se rcpresenfations concerned Eisenhower's rclnllons with Sens. Taft (R-Ohio) and ,Ienner (H-Tnd). •"They said ike only marie Ills' mn-ceni'-nt will] Tnft to save Tart's t lice : and permit him to enter the campaign," Morse said. "I roared at that, Tafl. didn't compromise a single one of bis principles. Eisenhower criuvlcd Into bed with him. "They told me Eisenhower cnme back to New York after his appearance with Jenner In Indiana})- ] oils and said he would like to punch j Jenner in the nose. They said that's how lie really felt about Jenner. Were. They Selling. "I asked them If they thought they were selling Elsenhower to me by telling me (hose filings, Wli.il they really were doing was showing , that I will not do." he was just a political hypocrite. "And I told them to ring up on (heir cash register 'no sale.' When the candidate of my party is lacking in political morality It would be living a lie to support hhn, and Morse said he probably would make three speeches before election day explaining why he does not support Elsenhower. He said these would not be made under Democratic auspices. Father Ruled Guilty of Son's Conduct NEW YORK Ifi't— 'Hie man would come home from his clerical Job drunk and beat up his wife. He'd vent Ills incoherent rage on his «ix children. This went oji for eight years, Domestic Relations Court Justice Jacob Panken said yesterday, in passing Judgment, lie withheld the names. Finally the oldest son, 15, yol tired of it. With infinite care tic fashioned a zip gun which fires a spritiR-proncllcd .23 calibre bullet through n piece of pipe. When the father came home drunk analn. the boy fired his zip gun at him at point blank rnn^c. The BUD mis-fired and the man ran into the street. Leaning out a window, the boy fired again and missed. Several Hours later the father cnnlc home'and started another argument.' A third'tlinc his son lired nt him, but failed to Injure him. Who was guilty The father, ruled Justice Panken. He found him guilty of contributing to the. delinquency of a minor and will sentence him next week. Attorney General Rules on Tax On Libraries LITTLE F£OOK W)— The Attorney General's office yesterday said It was possible for a county library tax to be repealed by popular vote. The opinion was in reply to a rniestion of Mrs. Hazel W, Prichnrd of Hope, Hcmpstcad County librarian. 7'he opinion pointed out that Amendment 3H requires that petitions to Initiate repeal or modifications must he filed at least 30 d-vs before election tiny ami since the general election is Nov. 4, It Is now j too late to obtain a vote this year. THEY'RE "BUGS" ABOUT HIM — "Walking Sticks" give entomologist R. A. St. George an enthusiastic welcome at Polish Mountain:.; Mil., where the scientist from Ibc Department of Agriculture's Bureau"of Entomology ond Plnnt Quarantine is study- ing.the insects. The strange creatures have defoliated hundreds of hardwood trees in western Maryland, and SI. George is seeking ways to curb tiicir breeding. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 22,' WSJ NEW WINGS FOR JAPAN—The first Japanese airplane to DC manufactured since the end of World War (I Is inspected by officials and visitors at the Tachikawa airplane plnm. In Tokyo. The plane, a two-place, open-cockpit, secondary-training craft, has a 130-horsepower engine and car: remain aloft for live Hours, it has been presented to a Tokyo newspaper, and will be used foi training schoo'bovs who are air-minded but c.innot afford [Ivinu instruction Centralized Buying Will Aid Economy LITTLE HOCK (/!>,—The Arkansas Legislative Council said yesterday centralized purchasing In Arkansas would result In considerable economy In the state government. Among advantages of, centralized buying, (lie Council reports, would be savings of about 20 per cent, better overall administration 'and economies from bid-offerings for larger Quantities sent out from a !lng]« office. The Council meets h«re today. tomorrow and Friday to take urn 1953-55 biennial budget*. Cops Really Do Have Flat Feet LOUISVILLE (if)— This may not be surprising to any one, but— Dr. S. J. Hrownstein, a 'medical examiner, reported yesterday that. nearly half of Louisville' policemen —221 of them—are flalfootert. Politicians' TV Haircuts Scored BINGHAMTON, N, Y. f/I'j—The TV appearance of President Truman find the presidential candidates leaves something to be desired, at least in the opinion of one barber here. Rupert Juri^a says someone has in ii pair of clippers high along (he sides of Mr. Truman's head. "I don't know why he permits It." lie said. "The President should taper from the top down, with no high car line. Nobody on television should have « high car line with a in tor." About Gen. Elsenhower he said, "The general does not have much hnlr up on top nnd should not Jet It,grow loo much on the sides. It Is white there on the sides. Now Oov. Stevenson has none up on lop." Jurlga said, "so his liaircuts all are done so that the hair on the sides grows buck thickly so that it even grows over the ears. Tills should not be done. He should taper, too." 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And because Phillips fif. i* especially blended to burn efficiently, fuel waste and crankcus'e diliuioti sire greatly reduced. You'll be pleasantly surprised ai ihe long mileage j-ou get, I'hillipi (iff Gasoline H always right for your car, because it's controlled according to the seasons. Tall or winter, spring or summer, >ou can depend on it fot really fine performance. Fill up at, any station where you sec ilie familiar orange and black Phillips 66 Shield. Vow*// bt $/j</ you did! .ouisiana Firm Low Udder on Construction JJ'ITLE ROCK (JFj~ The Cairnth Contracting Co.. Baton Rouge, is lie op parent low bidder for con- trulLon of roads, parkins; lots, and drainage facilities at Camp Jlobln- on. The bid was $143,325. IUBKKATE FOR SAFETY EVERY 1,000 MIUS even Navy Men Killed WASHINGTON UP) — The Navy umomuTd yesterday that seven nen were killed nnd one wounded Oct. 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