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   Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1952, Winona, Minnesota                              Fair Tonight And Friday; Cooler Friday Read Adlai Stevenson Story Page 1 Today VOLUME 52, NO. 187 SIX CENTS PER COPY WINONA, MINNESOTA, THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 25, 1952 ixon to Stay, Says Here's the cocker spaniel given to Sen. Richard Nixon by Mrs. Louis L. Carrol of Belton, Tex., shown with the Nixon youngsters, Julie, 4, and Patricia, 6. In his broadcast Sen- ator Nixon told of receiving this dog as a gift and said "regard- less of what they say about it, we're gonna keep it." (AP Wirephoto) Truman Kot Sorry Ike Denies All He Fired Caudle Qf Party Musi Agree With Him WASHINGTON (J) President Truman said today he has never been sorry he fired T. Lamar Caudle as assistant attorney Gen- eral. Caudle, ousted last November, told House investigators this week that he was told Truman felt he had done Caudle "a grave injus- tice." Truman told a news conference today he had never heard of that. The President added he has never been sorry he let Caudle go. Cites Attacks On McCarthy And Jenner WHEELING, W. Va. D. Eisenhower says the Republi- Trumari also said that' he had I can party embraces the entire never hear of a "White House j membership regardless of whether clique" Caudle testified about. The individuals agree with all of his President said that members of the I ideas. staff have been called several j In an address last night the GOP names, but that was a new one. j presidential nominee said the Dem- Caudle told a House subcommit-1 ocrats were trying to "most gen- tee Wednesday that former Attor-! erously advise me which senators nev General J. Howard McGrath I should work with and which I told him a "White House clique" was out to "get" both Caudle and McGrath. Caudle also quoted McGrath, also should disown." Mentioning no names, Eisenhow- er obviously was referring to Dem- ocratic attacks on Sen. Joseph R. By JOHN BARTLOW MARTIN (Editors note: This is the fourth of a series of 16 articles from the book "Adlai Stci-cnson. An Intimate Portrait of a New Kind of Man in American by John Bartlow Martin. Copyright 1952.) White' House io so'high the j of whom are seeking re-election. In a cabinet in the drawing room of the executive mansion in Spring- force of gravity would never bring "Membership in our Ei- field Gov Adlai Stevenson keeps a few old books, a photograph it back to earth." senhower said, "docs not neces- iieia, Auidi accij o u i sarily fired by Truman, as saying he Me- McCarthy of Wisconsin and Sen. Grath, enough about the I William E. Jenner of Indiana, both of an old family residence, and a colleclion of campaign butlons.and McGralh meant ribbons from the presidenlial campaign of 1S92, when the Democralic candidates Grover Cleveland for president, and, for vice president, Adlai Ewing Stevenson, the grand- father of ihe presenl governor and i for whom he was named. On Stevenson's desk in his state- Taft Urges Followers to Support Ike Ike Dsres Adlai j house office is an ornate silver ink- well presented to Vice President Sievenson "by the Senators of I Washington, D. C." on March 4, i I 1897, when he was leaving office, j i On the walls of Gov. Slevenson's j I office in, the mansion hang old gilt-framed oil paintings of his GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. Grandfather Stevenson and his Robert A, Taft, having stumped father, Lewis Green Stevenson, as the "litlle Tail-lands" of Michigan, jwell as a large framed facsimile was believed today to have pulled i of an old document entitled, "The his personal following in this state j Autobiography of Abraham Lm- ihe Eisenhower-Nixon camp. Truman said he did not know! sarily mean mutual agreement or approval other than on basic ob- jectives and principles." Not Own Invention "To hear them (Democrats) the general added, "you would think ihe Republican party was something I invented and they own lhat they can dictate to me as a course of action and Repub- lican candidates will fall in line. "If we are to bring new vigor and new ideas into our free gov- ernment, we must draw upon the energy and intelligence of ail those who are joined with us. This draw- ing together in our cause of the best of the many lies at the heart of the forward movement of the Republican party." Workmen Probe ruins for bodies after an ex- plosion shattered a section of a grain elevator in Port Arthur, Ont, Wednesday. Shown are sections of steel reinforced concrete which were shattered by the violent blast. Bodies of four elevator work- ers were recovered. Search continued today for two others who have been missing since the blast, cause of which is being investigated, CAP Wire- photo to The Republican-Herald) Fund Payments ABOARD EISENHOWER SPE- CIAL Dwight D. Eisen- hower's top adviser today chal- lenged Gov. Adlai E, Stevenson to bare payments made from an Illi- nois DemOL-ratic iund unless he has "something to hide.' Gov. Sherman >Vlams ft New French Search For Lost Sub With 48 Aboard THAT'S MY BOY Eisenhower said he welcomes in- j TOULON, France W! French to his "crusade" all of those who j ships and planes continued to 'share a common repugnance to the mess in Washington." The Democrats have cited as- tirfo Hampshire struck out on Ihe often. serlions by McCarthy that Gen. Taft criss-crossed the stale about j I sivo tht: Democratic presi- j George C. Marshall had taken part inn vpsfprriav tn dential nominee only a few hours in a "conspiracy" againsl his 700 airline miles yesterday to preach the theme that he and Ei to write it. Gov. Adlai Ewin, Stevenson be- in a "conspiracy after Eisenhower teamed up anew! country, and Jenner's statement with Sen. Richard M. Nixon of that Marshall was a "front for L i itJ.jiiA'Jii viLllclLiilc senhower saw eye-to-eye on virtu- longs to> one ot the minor dynas-1 California in a tearful reunion at ally all issues. Today he left for tics of American politics and puo- Whcclins, W. Va. I !Uc life.. He is proud of his line-i Eisenhower told the crowd Nixon! age. (His wife, who divorced him has been wiclelv cw ycars Wisconsin. Making his first campaign swing since he climbed on ihe bandwagon quoicd as saying lhat the Steven- of Dwight D. Eisenhower, Taft' sons worship Iheir ancestors like fired audiences in the Western the On both sides of his Defends Marshall Eisenhower has vigorously de- had "vindicated h'.mself" of any fended the patriotism of Marshall, wrongdoing in accepting payments an old friend and Army mentor, from a privately raised ex- j The Republican nominee said pense fund. Adams said in .1 statement issued Upper Peninsula and in Southwest-' lamll-v- hls ancestors have oeen at Martinsburg, W. Va., that Stev- ern Michigan for the GOP national 'raced to P.re-Revolutionary j enson "is going to try to brazen em 101 me jot times. They acquired money and I out the fact that he had a private ticket. These areas sent Taft dele- prominence about Ihe lime of the jfund to provide Christmas bonuses gates to the Cmcago Rational Con- civil War They settled jn ccntral and monthlv pav. vention and stuck to the Ohio sen-, Illinois and grow up with k Stey, j mcnts tf) deserving Democrats in ator to the end. Speaks to i enson stands in an old tradition his state administration.1! of Midwest politics a tradi-1 He added: Taft spoke to about 4.000 persons Uon cmbraccs farmingj news. j ..Th'c American people, however, to'ir wns c'evoted to papcr Publishir-S. the law, and j will not let him get away with it ns o'ir wns cev fe .HP Tnf THrtirv T aw l m i n r wealth. But in all these i and neither will wo." defense of the Iau-Hcirlle> V ilielas tne which is under heavy atlack by President Truman and Gov. Adlai uncommonly Sievenson. Scotch Presbyterians The rest of the time he ham- have been Sievenson declined at Baltimore Wednesday to name the state offi- cials who got payments from the iue Ui On his father's side of the He defended its use, saying mered 'he theme that excessive il.v. the first Stevenson emigrat- i it enabled him to attract into state and heavv taxes cd to America from North Ireland I government men of "real compe-' the Democrats have tried to divide the people into classes and eco- nomic blocs and set them one against the other "for political ex- ploitation." On the subject of discrimination, search for the missing French sub- marine Sibylle, but naval officials said the sub was feared lost. Hope for her crew of 48 faded. Nixon in Tears At Ike's Welcome Terms Nominee Victim of Unfair Smear GOP National Committee Behind Senator, 107 to 0 By JACK BELL ABOARD EISENHOWER SPE- CIAL Gen Dwight D. Eisen- hower and Sen. Richard M. Nixon marched side by side back to the political wars today after a dram- atically tearful reunion in Wheel- ing. W. Ya. Although Eisenhower took on a heavy whistle-stop schedule in West Virginia and Maryland, and Nixon flew west to Salt Lake City, they were teamed solidly by a 107 to 0 vote of confidence by the Republican National Committee in the vice presidential nominee. Washed out were any doubts that might have been in the mind of Eisenhower, the GOP presiden- tial standard bearer, whether Nix- on's acceptance of more than 000 in privately raised expense funds from wealthy Calil'ornians should count him out as a can- didate. Man of Courage Standing before a shivering crowd of about persons which failed to fill the flood-lighted Wheeling Municipal Stadium, Ei- senhower testified for his running mate last night in these words: "Ladies and gentlemen, my col- league in this political campaign has been subjected to a very un- fair and vicious attack. "So far as I am concerned, he has not only vindicated himself but I feel that he has acted as a journey. And Sen. Richard M. Nixon broke into tears. He sobbed for a moment, throwing his hands to his face. Then he The sub failed to sur- all right was all right. It was going to be face on schedule early yester- day after submerging in deep wa- ter off the Riviera Coast during naval maneuvers. Three cruisers and a torpedo boat which were taking part in the exercise fanned out quickly in a search. They were joined by other ships; planes and helicopters from this big French naval base. The search, continued in fair i For the California tral figure in an unusual political drama knew then, if he hadn't sensed it already, that Eisenhower wanted him to remain as-the Re- publican candidate for vice presi- dent. Scene in Plane The emotional scene took place in the central compartment of the four-engine plane that carried Nix- By MORRIELANSBERG WHEELING, W. Va. my boy." A deeply troubled young man heard Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower j man of courage and honor and, so speak those words to him last night at the end of a long and hard j far as I am concerned, stands higher than ever before." Nixon replied: "I went before a great number of my fellow Americans and laid before them a case, a case which some of them I knew honestly mis- understood, a case which I felt it was my obligation to present to them, because it seems to me that candidates for the presidency and the vice presidency of the United States, as Gen. Eisenhower says, have got to be as clean as a hound's tooth." Hope Case Closed There was much more. But in British Warships, Reds Trade Fire In Hong Kong HONG KONG W Two British j on here or the C Tn I i these few words the smiling Re- rendezvous between the seS warsmps and-Communist shore bat-1 publicans hoped they had wrapped and the general. I teries traded fire today after the up satisfactorily one of the slrang- he urged a "true equality of op-1 weather through the night, turned j Few saw it only those who Reds swarmed over a British-oper- est cases in American political his- had traveled with Nixon from Mis-1 ated passenger vessel and forcibly i .lalk of ouster soula, Mont., where he kept a! ld chinese j a vice presidential candidate _f.i__ j_i: removed frnm n na'mnn] linl-pt portunity for all men." "I have no patience with the up no trace of the missing sub- idea of second-class The sibylle went down about 30 he said. miles off the coast between the Vigorous action, me hiding leg- 1 rcsort town Cannes and the Isle levels he said, f Porqlierolies 60 miles to the It is 'a spot which naval _ islation at local can do much with federal ma- federal spendin are wrecking private enterprise. private incentive and liberty itself moving soon to a land grant in in the United States. [North Carolina, and serving in the "I Taft said, "that Gen. American Revolution. The Steven- Eisenhower believes as I do that sons were Scotch Presbyterians, j we are spending too much on the One of them crossed the moun- in 1748, settling in Pennsylvania, I tcncc" who otherwise couH afford to take such jobs. p i ij Man not C v v.... -J1 i iii, jiitjL.li-, T H T TI military and too much on foreign tains in 1814 and settled in Chris-! Muin- __ _ i T Riffin df Pottl Raymond T. Ryan, 50, St. Paul, facts of discrimination and hold these facts 'up for all the people to see." Raps Segregation He called for abolishment of seg- regation in Washinglon and "such as sliil remains in the armed forces." "In no operation of the federal government is there a place for discrimination of any he declared. "We must work for the abolition officers described as exlremely deep. aid." tian County, Ky.. and his son Addressing 1.500 persons at St. Vent north and arrived at Bloom- i of reslriclions remaining anvwhere Joseph, Taft charged that Steven-; IU on July 7 1S52, taking 1 Df youth- on the basic American right to son is "concealing what he really i assailants who also stole some1 believes" when he advocates re- (Continued on Page 1, Column 2.) S700 worth of property from his ADLAI Detroit Lakes hotel room. peal of the Taft-Hartiey Law. Cites Stevenson Stand He said that when Sievenson ad- vocated presidential powers to seize struck plants in national em- j ergencies, the Democratic nominee j is actually endorsing anti-labor in-! junctions. Stevenson has condemned the Taft-Hartley Acl as being built i around the injunction. Taft said, "indirect- ly advocates even more stringent j labor controls than the Taft-Hart- ley Law, bul he is afraid to say i Democratic attacks on the law, Taft said, are intended only to win support "of those union leaders whose arbitrary powers were some- what limited by that law." Draft Board Sends Humphrey Protest MANKATO Blue Earlh county draft board, irked at an 85 word 'telegram sent at government expense by Sen. Hubert H. Hum- phrey, sent him a protest In "his wire Humphrey sent in- formation about action on a com- mission applied for by a young man who submitted il to Ihe board. The wire asked that the applicant, sub- ject to draft, be allowed to wait a short time for his commission. In their reply, the board said, "We protest your use of govern- ment funds for telegrams to in- dividuals with the intent to influ- ence the policy of our local draft board." "We paid for this they added. he said. For many years the administra- tion party, he said, "has been pointing to a promised land where no American would be subject to the indignity of discrimination. But campaign commitment after vering his nation-wide TV and ra-' dio report to the people on his finances. from a national ticket. Commodore Harold G. Dickinson, j The Democrats were not likely Hong Kong naval chief, said the j to consider the mailer closed, how- destroyer Consort and the frigale evel the highest Republican cir- Hnr thfisp whn nnkpn on r ispn-j r- Y-, j ii] Llu- ixciJuuijt. inose wno looKea on, tibtn Mounts Bay returned fire on Red hnrl i '_ _- bower's formal political embrace Jles, ineie naci oeen no of Nixon later at a mist-covered Ishore batlenes afier they were I for days lhat Nixon would be re- ___ _.- ___ _ _.: rt iJainnH nn Ihp lipl-pt Thaf vorrfinf open air rally was climax. Nixon Breaks Down an anli- i fired upon following the raid. j taincd on the ticket. That verdict i The passenger ship Takshing f jlis national ra- aio-telcvision broadcasl resulled in was raided about 3 a. m., some j WeMern Union offices being Eisenhower entered the chart-; 10 miles east of portuguese Macau -6 with a smile. He walked g channel of submarine from Toulon, with 21 men aboard, vanished with: oul a Irace in tlie Mediterranean on Dec. 6, 194G. The Sibylle was built by the British in 19-11 and loaned to LU France by Britain last year. She him, amidship. They shook hands traluc- had been reported in perfect order and Eisenhower put his arm Dickinson said after four practice dives earlier I around the 39-year-old senator, j shing was 5'4 mi this month. "You didn't have to come down j hold Lantao Island and 10 miles Maneuvering yesterday with an I here to meet Nixon said. east of Macau when a gunboat anti submarine squadron, the! "You're my boy." the general; and launch, "both flying Sibylle was in the company of Ihe replied, and Nixon broke down. i nese cruisers Georges Mont- They were all smiles when they j side, calm and Floire and Ihe torpedo boat Marceau. swamped with telegrams in his :normal inlerna-1 behalf. Nevertheless, Eisenhower main- is 1 900 Ion Tak ta'neci lne technical pqsilion that miles west of British-1 'le- not decide Nixon's fate. Tnus he could not announce publicly thai he was keeping his running mate al his side. He could only say that the na- final party power, had voted 107 stepped to the door of the plane Dickinson said the gunboat fired lo "0 lo fceop Nixon on. And Nixon achinen on. no mistaking that. Out of _, i ._.-- il-vaaijll, A spokesman for the Naval Sec- j that had waited late into the I and one shell from a four-pounder j tjjjs situation developed ritariat in Paris said no foreign ships were taking part in the hunt. their promised land has always IFrench facilities were con- proved to be a political mi-1 sidered sufficient, rage." i Opposition spokesmen, he said, are finding that people are not responding to their "thought con- trol." "In many stales, for example, Texas. Florida, South Carolina, Virginia, Georgia and WASHINGTON Republican national headquarters announced today it has received lele- grams and IS sacks of mail on the queslion of whether Sen. Richard Nixon should slay on as vice-pres- idenlial candidate. In answer to a queslion, Robert Humphreys of GOP headquarters said no attempt has been made to get an accurate breakdown on how many are for and how many are Pipestone Veterans of Foreign j against Nixcn. Wars Post are doing most of the i "But you have lo hunl 20 minutes work on Iheir new clubhouse. Thello find one unfavorable lo 1 J3 by 60 fool slruclure is going Humphreys said, i jp on a lot leased from the city ri the southeast section. old-lime Democrals are descrling by ihe he said. Pipestone Vets Build Clubhouse PIPESTONE, Minn. Under direction of Gerald A. Chaney, local contractor, members of the Telegrams Received on Nixon at the Takshing, hitting her in the j scnC5 of scenes as in a play, stern but inflicting no other dam-: Eisenhower saw Nixon's televi- age. j sion broadcast. From Cleveland, He said the Reds then ordered ihe presidential nominee sum- Ihe British vessel, skippered by moned his running mate lo Wheel- Capt. J. B. McCaw, lo proceed lo j ing, telling him in advance he was nearby Red-held Lapsapmei Is-i a courageous man. land, where Communist armed i Flight guards "forcibly removed" two Nixon flew about miles Chinese passengers. from Missoula, Mont., lo land on The Consort and Mounts Bay ar- Wheeling's hilltop airport. Eisen- rived at the scene al a. m., I hower. who had been waiting pa- as the Takshing was weighing an- tlcntl-v in a car< slrode UP tha chor to continue to Macau. ramp. _, As the general walked into the The warships patrolled the area b h jd. until a. m. when the Commu-i ne nisi shore batteries opened up from Thal my lw and two Lapsapmei. The British warships j (Continued on Page 5, Column 3.) were not hit, Dickinson said NIXON Second Victim Of Fox Lake Car Crash Dies WEATHER Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, Republican presidential candidate shakes hands with his running mate. Sen. Richard M. Nixon, lefl, as they parted at the Wheeling. W. Va., airport today. Nixon flew to Wheeling to explain his expense fund. The Iwo laler appeared at a parly rally. (AP Wirephoto to The Republican- Herald) ;Police Chief Hunts For One Dollar Buy INTERNATIONAL FALLS. Minn. G. Camirad, police chief at nearby Fort Frances, Ont., is casting suspicious eyes on all coals Ihese days. His wife wore her new fall garment while helping with a Ladies Aid rumma-ge sale. When she took it off momentr; arily, a fellow clerk inadvertently sold it for SI to an as yet un- identified purchaser. Dynamite Cap Blast Kills Boy at School la. dyna- milfe cap exploded in a schoolroom here, killing Ronnie Mowrey, 11, who had traded a notebook for it. The blast shook the fifth grade classroom just as school was about to be dismissed for the day Wed- nesday. None of the other pupils was injured, i Sheriff Lewis Dreibelbis said the boy apparently was trying to pry the cap open with a pocket knife when it exploded. Gov. Adlai E. Sievenson, Democratic presidendal nomi- nee, appears weary as he an- swers a barrage of questions put to him by newsmen upon his arrival at Capitol Airport, in Springfield, 111., after a cam- paign trip in the East. Earlier at Baltimore the Illinois gov- ernor rejected Sen. Richard Nixon's demand that he dis- close the names of Illinois slale officials whose salaries were augmenled with cash gifts. (AP Wirephoto) FEDERAL FORECAST Winona and Vicinity Fair to- I night and Friday. Cooler Friday. Low tonight 47, high Friday 66. I BEAVER DAM, Wis. M An LOCAL WEATHER auto accident that took the life of i. Official observations for the 24 iLa Crosse County Sheriff Roy (hours ending at 12 m. today: 1 Sampson claimed a second victim i Maximum, 78; minimum, 46; Wednesday noon, 78; precipitation, none; sun I William Shay, 48, La Crosse, a j SUn rises to" 1 prisoner Sampson was driving to La Crosse from the Central Stale Hospital, died at a hospital here a few hours after the sheriff. AIRPORT WEATHER (CAA Observations) Max. Temp. 80 at a. m., on the trip, remained in crilical i.al' condition at the hospital Wednes- j bs per cem' day night. I Additional weather on Page 9.   

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