The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 29, 1952 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 29, 1952
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PAGETWKLYB i BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUKIEB NEWS Sparkman to Montana; Nixon Flays Stevenson Alobomo Solon Raps Opponents In Oregon Talks PORTLAND, Or*. lf>— Sen. John J. Sparkman of Alabama, disregarding a recent attack of laryngitis, reeled off six speeches in Oregon and Washington yesterday and heeded today for two more In • Montana. The Democratic no'mlnee for vice president, warming up to bis task In'this final week of campaigning, Went after Republican nominees Oen. Dwight Elsenhower and Sen. Richard Nixoe personally In hU Oregon talk*. He made five In (hat stale, and te the most Important—given at • Democratic rally that drew an estimated 1,000 in Portland—h« accused the general of delivering •ttte . biggest piece of; political baloney waved before the voters ta-thin campaign." That was In reference to the General's stand on.electric power development* In tha Pacific Northwest. He told the crowd the general was trying to appear as favoring big public power projects, but In reality was tiding with private utility interests. In • another talk—in the same Jewish synagogue building where Nixon, hi» Republican counterpart, •poke last month—ha derided Nixon's, stand on relations with minority groups. Sparkman said he h«d voted . against (he McCarran Immigration Act, but that Nixon had'voted for It. He saJd the bill was a slap In the face for Immigrant* and minority groups. "Never at any tune did h« (Nixon) Bay one word about the need for modification which he has 'dls cussed so eloquently In recent days," Bparkman added. In still another speech he char actertzed Nixon as a man ."young In years,'but in Ideas older than Ben. Taft: himself." Bowles Flies to Nepal V , NEW DELHI. India (fl — U. S. Ambassador Chester Bowles flew today to Katmandu, capital of the Himalayan kmgdom of Nepal, for a two-day official visit. Bowles Is accredited as envoy to both India and Nepal. GOP Condidotc Speaks Tonight In Los Angeles LOS ANGELES Ur>—Sen. Richard «lxon (lew Into Los Angeles early oday for a major, nationally televised and broadcast speech after «IHng a San Francisco audience Democrat Adlal Stevenson's proposals would mean suicide (or Amerca. Nixon's »ubject for tonight's TV iroadcast at 8:30 p.m., KST Is 'The Forgotten Man." The talk will be the OOP vice presidential nominee's last via TV until he Joins his party's presidential candidate, Dwight D. Elsen- hower lor an election eve broad- last from Boston. Nixon is spending the day resting and speech writing. In San Francisco last night, be fore a partisan crowd of 5,000 In the 9,000-seat Civic Auditorium, he challenged Stevenson to renounce "his previously expressed Idea and declare unequivocally that: "He opposes recognition of Red China. "He supports tree China. "He opposes giving Formosa to the Communists." AtUcki Foreign Policy Unless Stevenson docs this, Nixon said, the Illinois governor "forfeits the right even to be considered for the presidency." In an attack on what he said are Stevenson's foreign policy views. Nixon declared that Stevenson 'sees eventual recognition of Red China by the United Nations and Its admission to the United Na tlons." Nixon also charged thtu Stevenson foresees (he possibility that Formosa might be granted to the Chinese Communists. .Nixon said the United States has been trftvollnx without direction, guided billy, by he latest Communist move. He said Stevenson offers no hope.for, America's future 'and Is "satisfied with Ihe Trumun Acheson policy which already hns cost us 121,000 American boys «s ctuuiaitlen arid lost COO million former allies to' Ihe CommunlsU." Read Courier News Class Hied Ads. WEDNESDAY; OCT. W, IMt Mitchell Appeals to General: Insist that Nixon Tells All' FOR COMFORT AND SAFETY-r-Physical comfort on the job has a direct bearing on production- reducing! fatigue and accidents, il nas been found.Steps In a continuing research into these factors' at the DuPonl plant. Wilmington, Del., are shown above. At left. Paul Smith, Jr., uses a dummy to demonstrate electronic apparatus by which skin temperature tmd perspiration output are measured on human subjects. Data-thus gathered determine which types of clothing provide the greatest comfort for .workers. At right. Elizabeth Dougherty, festooned with wires, rides an electrically loailod bicycle With technical devices recording her pulse rate am! blood pressure during a fatigue tesi. Resolutions Record TAIPEH. Formosa (/Pi—With , one day to go, the Chinese Overseas Affairs Conference has set mine kind of record. It hns passed 330 resolutions. Hopkinsyille Grand Jury Probes Beatings of Camp Campbell G/s HOPKINSVILL-E, Ky. (^')—Representatives from Hopktnsvllle mid Ft. Campbell planned to meet today to study a federal grand Jury report.which saltl soldiers from the fort had beeti "brutally beaten or killed" by policemen here. In a blistering excoriation of vice and law. enforcement in Hopkins- villc. Ihe Jury recommended yes- terday In a report Issued ,at Padn- cal) that all of the more than 25,000 Ft. Campbell personnel be barred froni this city until the commissioner of safety and certain policemen are removed. Mayor A. S. Koon snid he doubted there was any more vice In Hopkinsville than other towns and added the city would act in case of law violations that come to th officials' attention. - "Payoffs Apparent" The grand Jury report said, "I is apparent that the Hopfclnsvlll police department and the com mlssloner of safety have accepte bribes and .payoffs." Safety Commissioner Joe Day denied "everything in the gran jury report" and added that h would not resign. Police ; Chief James Greenflel last night labeled the report "the biggest lie I've ever heard." He added that his attorneys will take WASHINGTON (*) — Democratic Chairman Stephen A! Mitchell lo- ay called upon Gen. Dwight D. Isenhower to Insist that his run- Ing mate, Sen. Richard M. Nixon, reduce his income tax returns for ublio Inspection. In a statement, Mitchell said: "H has now been M. days since Sen Nixon challenged Oov, Steven- on and fiec. Sparkman to give ccountlngs of their Incomes. They ave done so, but he has not." Nixon, who went on a nation-wide elevtslon hookup last month to ell about a privately raised (18,000 jolltlcal expense fund, has said Ince then that he regards hl« fl- lanclal affairs as a closed subject. Mitchell's statement said:. "Sen. Nixon was quite explicit n his challenge on television Sept. 3. He said: 'I would suggest that both. Mr. Sparkman and Mr. Itevensori should come before the American people as I' have and make a complete financial state ent as fo their financial history, and if they don't it will be .dmlssion that they have something o hide'. "Sen. Nixon made that challenge the course of a broadcast In which he gave what purported to a financial report—a report which did not list his Income by years, did not 'reveal his Income tax • reports, and at best was grossly incomplete. "Gov. Stevenson and Sen. Spark man promptly provided the Infor mation called for In the Nixon challenge, and Gen. Elsenhower some time later provided a summary which gave his Income without listing specific sources.... "Should not Sen. Nixon provide the Information the other candidates have given to the public? Should not G«n. Eisenhower demand that his running mate reveal ils Income tax returns? If nothing happens, can the public believe anything but that Sen. Nixon has hlo»f " another statement, laat night, the Democratic National CommH- !«• said Nixon and hi» brother and parents own real eaiaU "conservatively valued at more than a quarter of a million dollars." This was coupled with a alate, ment attributed to the senator's wife, in a magazine articl*, that when Nixon got out oJ the Navy in 194« the couple "wert too poor to buy stamps for' political campaigning." ".-.'•.. Ike Will Vote In New York NEW YORK W) -i Gen. Dwight D. Elsenhower has'decided to vote In New York .City on election day instead of using-an absentee ballot. The Republican presidential candidate, it was disclosed yesterday, will vote next Tuesday on West 119th Street near his official residence at Columbia University. He will get the election 'returns that rilght at his Commodore Hotel campaign headquarters.' 1 "proper, steps, probably tomorrow in answer to the charges. • The-report charged: . /'There have been at least four instances where soldiers were with- out'provocation brutally beaten or killed by members of t he. Hopkins- vllle police department." : The grand jury did not Identify any soldiers who had been beaten or killed. For a covey of contentment, treat yourself arid friends tonight to a flavorful round of CABIN STILL, the Kentucky Straight Sour Mash Bourbon most prized by American Sportsmen. mild in proof.. .yet rich in flavor Eye-opener for the hard-lo-please s an nvitation to a new experience. It is an invitation to people who demand something more than the usual automobile can deliver—an invitation t* try a ROAOM ASTER. 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