The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 28, 1952 · Page 12
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TTTELTK —_____ 'Never Safe Ohio with 25 Electoral Votes Can Swing Election Either Way (Am*) coimnm raw* (Kdlior'i Note: Tkls 1« the ttvonA Ohio will go Republican all the of a series ol stories on the political Eltuilion in th< "Big Sis" —Elates which have 3 lolal of J85 electoral rotes, only 81 short enough ta elect a president) By B. T. JOHN'S COLUMBUS. O. (j»—Twonly-flvo electoral votes from a sinte that swaps parties frequently will be at stake in Ohio Nov. 4. InUnse campaigning with hot slate, as well us nnilonnl, contests has generated Interest to such an extent that It is estimated a million more people will vote than In 1948. It Is no wonder that lop figures in both parties ore making Ohio a major battleground. Starling with 1900 Ohio has voted Republican In seven presidential elections. Six limes it has bncked the Democratic candidate* It now hns a Democratic governor aoil two Republican U. s. senators. It can never be considered for either party. Ohio went along with Franklin D. Roosevelt In his first bid for the . presidency in 1932, nnd continued Democratic in 1936 nnd 1940. Thomas E. Dewey got the nod over Roosevelt by 11,630 voles in 1044. IJarry S. Truman finished with a plurality of 7,107 In 1948. •The Nov. 4 decision in Ohio between Democrat Adlnl E. Stevenson nnd - Republican Divight D. Eisenhower will be Vila! to the national outcome. Only four other states, New York, California, Pennsylvania and Illinois, have more electoral votes. j Ohio's 25 represent a cross ncc- tiqn ol labor, farming nnd big business. The, state ranks hljh in national.lists both Industrially and as a farming area. Eight of Ohio's 88 counties, with Cleveland and Cuyahoaa County at the top of the list, : usually tip the scales in 'Buckeye' elections. The other counties, and their principal cities, are Franklin (Columbus), Hamilton (Cincinnati), L uc a s,; (Toledo), M nh o n 1 n g (Youngstown), Montgomery (Dayton), stark'(Canton), and Summit (Akron). / In '1948 the eight counties cast 53.73 per cent of Ohio's presidential ballots out of a total , of 2.898,475. ' Secretary of state Ted W. Brown estimates 3.900,000 will vote this year. -This was a prize sought by both candidates for the presidency as they campaign ta Ohio this year on a scale unequaled in recent national elections. Stevenson criss-crossed the state twice and made a third trip tor the weekend before election. Eisenhower spent two days In Ohio. Both vice presidential candidates, Richard Nixon for the Republicans and John J. Spnrkman far (he Democrats,' also toured the slate. So did Sen;'Robert A. Taft, Ohio'B own, and President Truman. ' What is the presidential outlook In Ohio this 'year? , The state lenders of both paities are optimistic. Ray C. Bhss, Republican state chairman, says: "At the present time I am ol the : opinion that way Eugene Hanhart, Democratic _.a(c chairman, says: "I feel confident that with the expected heavy vote the Democratic party will be victorious In Ohio. Our approach of talking sensibly nbout the issues nnd the record has drawn the vas( majority of independents to our party." A survey of political writers by The Associated Press as of mld- Ocloljer resulted in the composite view of 13 newspapers in 83 of the 88 counties lhat Elsenhower would win the Ohio vote. The writers estimated Klscnhow- T ivould thlce 5-1 per cent, Stevenson 46. The outcome In Cleveland and Cuyahoga County us usual largely will determine the presidential result in Ohio. Cuynhogn, polls about one-sixth of the total vote. .It went for Truman in 1918, hut both the Cleveland Plain Dealer and the county would back 'Cleveland News estimated thlsRohert. month the Eisenhower. It U a political tradition of Wing standing th»t a Democrat must carry Cuyahog* County by a margin In the neighborhood ol 60,000 to win the stat«. Cleveland's Democratic mayor, Thomas A'. Burke, recently raised the figure to 100,000 for the 1»S2 presidential contest but said Stevenson would make it. Spirited battles for U. S. senator and governor have added spice to the campaign. Debate of International and national issues has featured a stiff, sometimes bitter, contest between John W. Brlcker, Republican, seeking re-election to the Senate, and Michael V. Disalle of Toledo, former price stabilizer in the Truman administration. Seeking to unseat Frank J. Lausche, Democrat, in his bid for an unprecedented fourth term as governor Is Charles P Taft of of Cincinnati, younger brother of Dogs Attack And Kill Man In Mississippi PHILADELPHIA, Mj M (yj-)_-Nlne ferocious dogs attacked a 47-year- old Mississippi farmer and killed him. County Ally. Laurel Weir, said ll the flesh was gone" from William Plcrce's left arm when Ills body was found In n ditch near here. "All the toes were eaten off his right foot," Weir snid. "Part of the flesh on his right arm WDJI gone and also flesh from the lower part of both legs." The body was found Saturday. Sheriff ^lnclIsoll Spears satd the family of the dead man "would be salisfjccl if (he dogs were slain." The sheriff shot all nine rtogs yes- ierday. Rites for Hot-tie McDaniel are Set LOS ANGELES, W) — Funeral rites for Itattle McDaniel, 57, the 'Beulnh". of television nnd radio, will be conducted Saturday at the independence Church. She died Sunday of cancer. Susan Peters Burled GLENDALE. Calif. (» ' — Only her family nml a few close Mends attended iuneral services yesterday for Susan Peters, the plucky actress who died Thursday. Bhe wns 31. Florida Flooded * S MIAMI, Fin. lift— Southeast Florida looked, for diminishing showers loday after a 12-hour downpour brought flood conditions to most of Dado nncl Broward Counties 'Chicken 1 Game Results in Death Of Young Driver Ft. Pierce, Fla. W—Manslaughter charges were filed yesterday against John Henry Jones, 29, driver of an automobile which the Florida-highway patrol sald ; collld- ed with another machine during a game of "chicken" at the St. Lucle Airport. The car driven by Jones collided head-on Sunday with one driven by Henry Haywarcl Peterson, 24, who was killed In the crash. The two men, each with a young woman companion, were playing a game in which drivers race their cars toward -each other to see which will be, the first lo lurn aside, highway patrolmen said. 'Jones and both young, women wore injured. The cars were demolished. Air Force Lets Jet Contract WASHINGTON I*)—The Air Force today announced' a production order for »h undisclosed number of FIDO Jet fighters designed to fly faster than sound. North American Aviation. Inc:, Los Angeles Call!., got the order. TUESDAY, OCTOBER M, l*n NAMED SrKGEANT AT CM A — Recently appointed to the rank of servant at Columbia Military Academy, Columbia. Tenn., are (left to right) Ronald Jean Phillips, first sergeant, son of Mrs Wendell Phillips of +12 East Main; Mm l.yon Halsell, sergeant first class son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Halsell of 1205 Walnut; and Stanley Zellner first sergeant, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Zellner, 115 East Kentucky' Magnolia to Fight Discontinuing of Passenger Service MAGNOLIA (0>,~ — The City ol MngnolJn and Chamber of Com-' mcrcc of/idols said today they will nsk the Arkansas Public Service Commission for a re-henrlng on the discontinuance of a Texarkana- to-Memphls passenger train. The PSC on Oct. 14 granted a request oJ the Cotton Ball route to discontinue the trains. The order Is to go Into effect Nov. I. Mnyor Ves W. Oodley said the city is asking for/the re-henring on the ground that It never was officially notified that a hearing on the Cotton Belt request would be held. Reds Demand UN Hear Charge Of Germ Warfare UNITED NATIONS, N. Y. [ft— Red China nnd North'Korea have iemanded that they be permitted o send representatives to the U.N. General Assembly to present charges of germ warfare against he- United States. The demands were contained :in separate tele- East Germany Organizes New HighCommand BERLIN (/!•) — Communist East Germany hns quietly organized a new high 'command to direct rearming of the Russian zone, it was disclosed yesterday. The new "Ohcrkommando Wehr- macht" 1s established in the Interior ministry with deputies' for army, navy, air force and "political questions." The setup wns revealed in a list of officials, published by the East German News agency AON, as the welcoming committee for Hungary's Red premier. Matyas Rakosi. who arrived this morning for a state The list showed that the top men who have been engaged In organizing the new Red German armed force have now been designated as deputies to Interior Minister Will! stoph: . _ As deputies to Stoph. A D N listed Gen. Vincenz Mueller, former Nazi eighth army commander captured at Stalingrad and since converted to collaborating with the Wedding Veil Use Found GREENCASTLE, Ind. (/T) — The •utnam County Graphic reports a housewife here finally found a' practical use for her old wedding veil, she hung It over the baby's crib as a mosquito netting. STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY TMl iMUKlN BlUllims COHfAHY, INC • MIIN, ILL DEALERS & GINNERS the Best Place to Bring Youi WE OFFER YOU Prices Handling 3. Modern Facilities We Have a Storage Capacity of a Half-Million Bushels For Fast Service -No Waiting -Efficiency and Courtesy BRING YOUR BEANS TO THE RAN Phone 385 i ^^^^-^ ^F Marked Tree, Arkansas White House Denies President Once Belonged to Ku KluxKlan , Wln M , »l«t«nent that President Truman once wu a Ku Srlii f "?K m ^l» *" br ° Ught * denial Irom the White House. "There ia no truth whatever to the statement that President Tru- mati wac ever a member of the Klan," said Roger Tubby, acting White House press secretary. Winchell said on his weekly television and radio broadcasts Sunday night he had evidence Truman had been a member of the Kiau in Independence, Mo. The columnist-commentator displayed photostats of seven affidavits which he said were proof of Air Force Puts British City Off Limits for Gl's WARRINGTON, Eng. (ff>J—The U. S. Air Fgrce has put the entire city of Manchester out of bounds for American airmen because of two recent gang attacks on U. S. service personnel. lirlg. Gen. Robert C. Oliver, commander of the big U. S. air depot at nearby Burtonwood, said yesterday the ban would stay in effect until further notice. Manchester, city of 735,000 and Britain's cotton capital, has IMCII the scene of frequent • Communist party demonstrations against the stationing of American airmen in this country. About a million persons are engaged in the mining, selling and delivery of coal in the United States, including railroaders' whose jobs are directly dependent upon the movement of coal. Soviets and German Communists; Gen. Heinz Hoffman, commander of the East German army; Gen. Heinz Kessler, Airforce; Adm. Waldeman Verner, Navy, and Gen. Rudolf DoeHIng, political commissar. As first deputy, Mueller is chief of the "general staff." " chell from the affidavits were, with one possible exception, during October, 1M4 while Truman was campaigning .for the vice presidency with Franklin D. Roosevelt. No date was given for one document. Truman himself had previously denied the claim. Everybody Voted In Polish 'Race' WARSAW, Poland W) _ Alma* 100 per '«nt of tlw eligible roltrm turned out for a single-slat* «lec.- tlon Into Communist-ruled nation'! parliament, the prta* announced yesterday. Some district* reported i 100 per cent turnout yesterday to vot* for the National Front <Commuriist) ticket, there were no opposition candidate*. A typical U. S. Family wiA an income oi $3,500 pays out 41,098 in huui On $3,500 On $4,5CO On $7,500 On $15,000 HIDDEN TAXES $799 1,039 1,931 4,012 INCOME TAXES 1OTAI J2W = -$I,09f 455 = 1,494 *69 = 2,Ml- 2,60* = *,«!* r Klgh Taxes are robbing your pay envelop* to ppy for Democratic waste. VOTE FOR EISENHOWER AND NIXON Political .Advertisement Paid for by Citizens for Eisenhower Committee 105 E. 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