Observer. La Grande, Ore., Thurt., Nov. 5, 1959 Page -TaaiaisaeajejraaaSJ f; ''-V 1 L - !i Bloody Fronii BatHe In World' By Natives And Last Whites BUT GEE, FELLOWS Net result of a raid on a Los Angeles garage apartment was 17 persons, two dope peddlers, 70 capsules of heroin and one small puppy which is shown as police "attempt" to handcuff him. The pup, which belonged to one of the persons arrest ed, refused to talk and police were forced to book him as "Dopey." Rockefeller Runs Hard For Presidential Nomination EDITOR'S NOTE: It Gov. Nelssn A. ' Rockefeller of New York going to try for the COP presidential nomination against Viet President Nixon? Follow ing is the first of three dis patches giving the pros and cons of the subject and spot lighting his activities to date. By JACK V. FOX UPI Staff Writer NEW YOKK.'lTIi The na tion is just warming up to the great duelling game called "presidential candidates," but no one is giving it more earnest at tention than Nelson A. Rockefel ler. Almost everyone takes it for granted the personable New York governor is trying to beat out V.ce President Kichard M. Nixon for the 1W0 Republican nomination. The 51-year-old Rockefeller acts . like a candidate. He speaks like a candidate. He grins like a caa ', didate. And he travels like a can didate. Next week he flies into . California. Nixon's home ground . and it is difficult to regard the ' visit as anything but a challenge ! But the more you talk to the . top men around Rockefeller the ' more you come to the conclusion . that he has not yet made up his own mind. : Millers Plan : Arizona Move COVE i Special Mr. and Mrs. - Gary Miller have sold their place ' and have left for Flagstaff. Ariz. . Mr. and Mrs. B. Curley cf Van- couver. Wash., have bought the '. place and are moving this week. The next PTA meeting will be ' held Nov. 12. The 4-H achievement night wiU be held after the meet ing. The Cove PTA ham dinner was - a big succeess. There was a music variety act and an auction sale. They cleared $192. There was a big attendance with msny out of . town people. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Monhi and I boys spent the weekend in Rich . land visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sanderson. While there the men ' went hunting. Ray came home with a five point buck. The Quarterly conference of the Methodist church was held Wed nesday evening, witth the district superintendent in charge. A pot tt luck dinner was held with mem bers of the Union church attend- ing. t Mr. and Mrs. C. Perry and daughter, from Elk City, Idaho. 1 were in Cove over the weekend. While here they attended the ham dinner. Floyd Richards has sold his place to Col. Frank Nims of Fair child Air Force Base, Spokane. Wash. He will take possession next August, alter he retires. Miss Sandra Spickerman, a teacher from Redmond, spent the weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ted Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stark and Lisa, from Caldwell, Idaho, were here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Marks. One of the New York friends closest to him put it this .way: "If Nelson decides that it is near hopeless to try to overcome the undoubted lead Nixon now has within the party, he won't ty. But if he decides there is widespread popular support counter-balancing it, then he will.. That's what he is trying to find out now." Rockefeller at his own ex pense is conducting intensive privato polls arcund the nation. On them, plus his personal trav els, will largely depend an open decision expected shortly after the first of the year. Some feel he is waiting too long to make his move. But then the "reluctant" candidate has traditionally been an appealing o-.e in American pclitlcs ani there is the old strategy of let ting the front-runner wear him self out. Laying Groundwork Certainly he is laying the groundwork for his candidacy lie has spoken out on issues only remotely connected with his duties as governor of New York. He has taken a position on Co vin Premier Khrushchev's visit and relations with Russia in gen eral which is decidedly more aloof than those bcth of Nixon and President Eis-enhower. His attitude toward Nixon has been courteous and friendly. Hei has said the vice president would make a gotd, aggressive GOP candidate. Friends say he does not want a bitter fight that would divide the party. But he also feels that rivalry for the nomination would be bet ter than a cut and dried Nixon nomination while the Democrats are stirring up interest with a slambang convention battle. He pcints out there are more regis tered Democrats than Republi cans in the nation and is said to feel the Republican candidate can win only by swinging not only independent voters but Democrat ic voters to the GOP nominee. Quietly Raising Idea And though it has not come from Rockeleller himself, some of his New York supporters are quietly raising the "Nixon can't win" idea that proved to be the cry that finished off the late Sen. Robert A. Taft in his presidential bid. .- Rockefeller's technique in .win ning the New York governorship last year in his first try for elec tive public office furnishes an in structive blueprint on how he is operating now. It was almost ss if he let the governorship come to him. He did not announce his candidacy until June 30, 1958, but at the Re publican state convention on Aug. 25 he was nominated by accla mation. Then he swept to victory over Gov. Averell Harriman while other Republicans were toppling across the nation. By PHIL NEWSOU UPI Staff Writer Sta ilo ville, a Belgia i Congo city rained alter ai explorer wh'J helped open Africa to the white man, lately witnessed a ulo'jdy demo '.st.-ation by African nation alists determined to drive the white man cut. It wjs an-.ther example o the renr guard action bein lough: by the former colonial povu-rs of I'urope tj maintain a teniblunce of their former position on o'le of tl.e world's' last .gnat fiun- tiers. The largest foreigi holdings in Africa are those of Great Bri ain, France and Belgium. Great Britain most recently granted independence to Ghana but retained it as a member of the Commonwealth. France granted total independ ence to Guinea but is attempting to hold other of its former colon ies inside a French "community" modelled after the common wealth. Nationalist Demand Grow But whether community or com monwealth, the move in each case was dictated by a growing de mand that Africa be governed by Africans. Abetted by the Communists, it still was a part of a world - wide growth of nationalism after World War II. Last January, the fever struck the Belgium Congo, for years re garded 'as a model of colonial administration. Seventy six per sons, both black and white, were killed in the January uprising in Leopoldville, the colonial capital In succeeding months, others died in Lulyaborg and in Matadi. Ironically, the Belgians already !ha;l promised indopcr leice to the , pnlurly known l'ruli-r contract Bi luian Conga and the machinery to James Goi don Bennett of the was in motion to r.old the lirst elections arly in ISM. with com- lite i::de! eoder je set fur W64. It v,us in lti77 that the Eng lishman, Henry Mortoi Stanley. H. hed. Irs wav u' the Congo liner atd established an ou'pj.l which later ta.ne to be Stanley . ille. Stanley's Exploits A Legend Stanley's exploits are legendary row, as exp'.jrer. aJenturer ai.d i.e of the great nevfspai)er reporters of h s time. He fought in the American tivil War on Hie Confederate side and was captuivJ in the battle of Slnloh. But it was in 1871 that occurred r-e v Yoik Herald he travelled to Afi u a aid found Dr. David Liv- i iMi atid. according to legend. ititiuJuceJ luniMlf with the in quiry : Dr. I.iv.iigslon. I presume'" It was under orders from King Le.polJ 11 of Belgium that he UPUaU.uk the explorations that lcJ to estalilislin c it of the Congo Floe State, later f-.e Belgian Con-'I gc. an area covering nearly a nuliit.i siiiiaie miles ujd rich in uianitim and d;anio:ids. In its early tlavs. Ma .leyville had to fit;ht elf Arab slave trad ers T.day it is the scene of new violence the violent upward II ge of a iRHiple determined to the exploit for which he is most 'rule themselves, ready or not. Wallowa. Church Cirde Has Meeting At Dougherty Home WALLOWA t Special i Mrs C. C. Wyckoff left for Portland recently to be with her husband who was operated on at the Vet erans Hospital. Mrs. E. A- Searle drove down with her. Westminister Circle of the Wal lowa Methodist Church met at the home of Mrs. Hugh Dougherty. Mrs. Everett Dixon and Mrs. Jen nie Conklin ' were assistant host esses. Twenty-eight members and guests were present. House building in Wallowa con tinues into the late fall. The roof Grain Storage Policy Faces Investigation WASHINGTON 'UPI i Con gressional investigators are pre paring a double-barreled investi gation of the Agriculture Depart ment's grain storage policies. One study is being mailc by a House government operations sub committee headed by Rep. L. H Fcuntaii 'D - N.C.i. Informed! sources reported that' the subcom mittee plans to hold i-everal days of hearings in Des Moines, Iowa, beginning abcut Dec. 1. The sources said the group would con centrate on storage p:licies of state-level officials of the Agricul ture Stabilization Committee sys- Uem. Anotlier investigation is being prepared by a special Senate ig- riculture subcommittee headed by Sen. Stuart Symington iD-Mo. . The subcommittee staff is laying the groundwork for public hear ings next year. TICKER-TAPE PARADE NEW YORK 'UPI i Prcsi dent SekoiiTcure of Guinea to day was to" be trea'ed to a ticket tape parade of Broadway. Symptoms of Distress Arising from STOMACH ULCERS due to EXCESS ACID QUICK RELIEF OR NO COST Ovrr fire millVn ptekaltf at Uit WILLARO TREATMENT bave bn !! (or relief ol tymptomtel rfulrest ring trm Stomach irxl OiMdnial Wcm due l Ei Ma AcMtPaar Dlgattlan. taur or UpM Stomach, eaatlrma. Heartburn, SImo raMnaaa. ata.. dut to CicaM Acta. Atk lot "(Hlart'a MaaMea" a-luco lull eiplaiu lata boaw uaauaaal tree a MOON DRUG PAYLESS DRUG WASHINGTON UPI' The Agriculture Department today tightened up its regulations gov erning sales of surplus farm crops overseas for foreign currency. One of the new regulations un der the so-called Public Law 480 program repeals a 90-day limita tion on the period during which the Agriculture Department can claim refunds from exporters in the program. This repeal is aimed at export ers who sell commodities for for eign currency at unreasonably high prices. These exporters then trade the foreign funds for dollars at the Agriculture Department. Stranded Duo And Pet Dog Are Rescued JACKSONVILLE, Fla. UPI The Navy and Coast Guard lurried to the rescue of a couple and their dog stranded in a small boat only 75 yards from Main Street. But it wasn't the Navy nor Cast Guard that actually bi ought them home Tuesday. The stranded couple, .who spent Monday r.ieht lost in a tricky maze of v atorv ays a id marshes, finally gave up waiting for help and paddled out' for themselves. Their boat had run out of gas. John Baltics. 31. and his wife and their ciog, a Chinese pug, leit o.i a lislung trip in a 14-lout motc.boat .Monday morning. They lost their way in the marshes west of the city, aid spent the ritiht only a short distance from t:ic city's main strut, also U.S. 17. "We could see the cars driv ing by.'' said Battles, "liut when I tried to walk to the highway, I sank up to my belt buckle." When the Battles' failed to re turn, the Coast Guard dispatched a boat and the Navy sent a heli copter to hunt for them. While the search was in prog ress, the Battles made their way out. the next year to a new record high. It said the number of hogs to be fed would be up four per cent. WASHINGTON (UPI) The Farm Bureau. Federation has pro tested to the Agriculture Depart ment against low-price imports of extra-long staple cctton. is being completed on the Dale Victor heme. Tommy McGinnis is remodeling the Church of Christ parsonage. Itdand Freels is iron ing his house back on its new foundation. Al Thompson has the foundation oured and the sub fleer in on the new dwelling next to Mrs. C. A. Hunter. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Scherer have installed a furnace and new bath room, and are adding a down- stairs bedroom. Don Fitzgerald is finishing his own home, building a new house on an adjoining lot and stalling another dwelling north of the Kenneth Sassers. He is also working cn a family room, bedroom, bath and utility room for Mr. and Mrs. Harold Goebels. Mr. and Mrs. Barton Wade have added a bedroom, bathroom, new dining loom, with a new fireplace and a patio. Marconed Overnight Ivan Stum-burg, 6, and his grand- father, Lee Grimm, went hunting, got stuck in the mud and spent the night on Lower Tope Creek most uncomfortably. Alarm over their absence stirred a wide spread hunt for them. Mr. and Mrs. Stoneburg. in looking for them, weie stuck in the mud. tco. The wanderers came in the fol low i:g day. tired but none the worse for their experience. Mrs. L. A. Hunter received a letter from her daughter. Mrs. John lidwa ds, reporting attend ance ; t the icotball game at Berkeley. She saw Amos Marsh, a graduate of Wallowa Uili School, now at O.S.C., catch the pass that spel'ed victory for the O.S.C. team. Wcrd has been received of the d( ath nnd funeral services of Mrs. Carrie Corkins in Portland. Mr. Corkins was formerly an attorney in Wallowa. Seek Used Clothing The Junior Youth Fellowship will canvass Wallowa for used cloth ing fcr people in need for the win ter. The film, "Martin Luther.1' will be shown at the Methodist church Sunday evening. Coming Events: Nov. 5 Ameri can Legion Auxiliary, at the home of Mrs. Ora Berry, business meet ing. 2 p.m., and. Mary Alice Cir cle at home of Mrs. Verdo Buird. 7:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nelson have purchased the Maude Cobb prop erty and will move to it from their Bear Creek home. WASHINGTON (UPI) The Agriculture Department said to day a European drought had done more damage to grassland and the late hay crop in most of Eu rope north of the Alps than any other dry spell in this century. 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