The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, August 21, 1956, Page 2, Image 2

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    2-(Scc. I) Statesman, Salem, Ore., Tues., Aug. 21, '5fl ;
ICcyiioter Langlie Calls for 4
More Years of GOP Crusade
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8AMTRANXISC0 ( Gov.
Artrjiif B. Xanglie of Washington,
(he j(s Pcanvantioa keynoter, ral
lied; hir fellow Republican Mon-day-tveht
to "(our more yean or
our!tu.sade for a finer America."
Labile railed the call early In
Iko Upholds Ban on U.S.
(icvsmcn Travel to China
WASHINGTON UP) Pres
ident Eisenhower Monday firmly
hacked a Stat Department ban
on travel ft Red China by Amer
ican newsmen.
Artinj Secretary of State Her
bert Hoover Jr. said he had been
authorized by the Whit Houm
IHeVP. Plans
Ndt Known
WASHINGTON Jame C.
Hagerty, White House pre sec
ret rjr, toW newsmen Monday he
ha been "stalling" and frankly
doesn't know what course Presi
dent: Eisenhower might take In
the -(election of hi Vie Presi
dential running mate.
Hagerty replied to 'a barrage of
quest ion about Eisenhower'! In
tention in this fashion:
"The only thing I can aay i
let' see what happen when (he
President get there" to the Re
publican national convention
. which . opened . Monday la San
i ranclaco.
Aaatawr Raoae?
After another round of ques
tions on the same subject, Hager
ty finally declared:
"Let put M thii way: Am I
(tailing Yea. . . ,
"Da I know what'i going to'ha)
pen; when w get to San Trim
cisca,? No, I'll wait and see."
Earlier Monday. Hagerty aald
hat: so far a ha knew, Eisen
hower ha sent no list of Vac
"ptable" Vice Presidential can
idale to - aide at the conven
ion Asked If the President would
end such list, Hagerty laid (he
queaion wa "one with II ,'ifa In
it": He declined to elaborate.
Th President watched part of
the opening session of the conven
tion on television Monday and pol
ished, up hi rtnomtnatloa accept
ance! speech.
Ike Da. Today -Eiaenhower
files to San Fran-
eisct Tuesday, one day ahead of
hi original schedule. H will
leave Washington at noon and ar
rive la th. convention city at M
p. m. (POT). Hagerty said Sun-
nay in president want th extra
day -"to .visit wtih many of his
friend who ar delegate."
Th? extra day would also give
th -President an opportunity to
iase. a peraooai nana in in seiec-
tioa;f bit running m-te.
Sen. Neubergcr
Mistaken for Son
Oi Late President
EUGENE Iff - Charles Porter,
Eugrn attorney and an alternate
dclrgat at last week's Democrat
'f convention, tells this story
-boiit a man wh thought Sen.
"cHrd- Neuberger was Jimmy
Roosevelt.
T8 man slapped Neuberger on
th 'back and warmly rongratu
'ited him lor a speech Mr,
"lesnor Roosevelt had mad. With
no tim for an explanation, Neu
berger assured th man (hat "my
mother is a wonderful woman."
Tax Conference
Opened by Prayer
lA$ ANGELES ID - With the
new! city ta rat du to be set
this week, the city council' chap
lain, Rabbi William M. Kramer
f Hollywood opened Monday's
council meeting with this praver.
"I pray for th council and the
standard of its acts,
"Raise them, Father, and lower
th tax."
mom
lnl TanlghH
"MIRACLE la th IAIN"
and
VIEW FROM POM-
PEYS HEAD"
STARTS WEDNESDAYI
at ft.
1 pTNtftU
THE
Sj&; HUNT
KCmtT STEWART 4
L- ituiecA ajiK.nvni
TAYLOR -GRANGER
color (- Cinemascope
Suspense Filled C-Hlt!
Hagerty
the formal addreM that tradition-
Hy re-atokea the fires of party
enthusiasm. He hotely blasted the
Democrat ai corrupt and divid
ed; he. warmly praised the Re
publican a brinfrrs of peace,
propserity and progress.
"We are here," he told the dele-
to announce the President' "full
concurrence" with th depart
ment policy.
The State Department an
nounced on Aug. 7 it would re
fuse to grant valid passports to
more than a dozen American
newsmen who bad. been Invited
by th Chinese Communist gov
ernment to visit th Red main
land. American newsmen had been
barred from th mainland by the
Reda aince 1MB.
Such , visits, said the depart
ment, are "not to be considered
in the best interests of the Unit
ed States" until the Peiping re
gime .live up to pledge to free
10 American now in Red Chi
nese jails. .
The combined White. House
State Department move Monday
seemed aimed at exerting max
imum pressure on editor who
might b thinking of sending
their reporters into Red China
despit th Stat Department
atand.
Lost Teacher
i ar A
trntf ltVta TifV' hi keynote peecn, ana saia
A lUWs iTlUTVa J&M had the effect of shortening
To PorOand
PORTLAND W - Edward T.
Eckwerth, 29, ia jail here on an
auto theft charge, denies having
any connection with the disap
pearance of a young Yorkers,
N.Y., school teacher, a city de
tective Mid Monday night.
'Eckwerth was jailed her July
11. Police from Yonkers were
scheduled to arrive here by plane
early Tuesday to question him
skWMll iKaS Hisi nrvasr artA f Deu
L" L-;'"r "17.
VUIIV III IVIUKII.
A dtective who questioned Eck
werth said the man told of aeelng
(h teacher four or'flv time on
his door-to-door coffe rout in
Yonkers over a period of several
weeks. Th detectlv quoted Eck
werth a saying he never dated
Miss Spesso and aaw her for the
last tim on June 22 at a Yorkers
drug store.
Joker Pulls
Final Caper ;
DETROIT m George Elliott's
friends said a was always "full
of jokes."
Only last week, Frank Van
Sickle said that Elliott. 24, swsm
out into (he Detroit River, went
underwater and disappeared. He
turned up Iwe hours later, grin
ning. '
Sunday a Van Sickle waa driv
ing with Elliott, Elliott shouted
for him to itop the car. Then he
leaped out, vaulted a bridge rail
ing and plunged into (he river 40
feet below. Van Sickle said.
Although he searched for Elliott
and couldn't find him. Van Sickle
laid he was aure Elliott would
be all right.
Monday police harbormasters
found Elliott's body 300 feet from
the spot he had entered the river.
Smith to Delay
Naming Justice
SAN FRANCISCO I - No ap
pointment to th Stote Supreme
Court to' fill the vacancy caused
by the death Saturday of Justice
Earl C. Latourett will b mad
until Gov. Elmo Smith returns
from th Republican National Con
vention in Saa Francisco.
The governor (aid he expect
to return to Oregon Friday.
HELD OVER
tour
tichtst
A.
nntvtiinmtn
1 I ,
ut f Nwuck
!ERSTEIN'
i H'1,1
SOstOsoWey-Pa
aS)saFM,aa(
and
Also
"IAND Of THI
. um-
gate in his speech,' "to pledge lo
the American people four more
years of honest, efficient admin
istration for our government by
th fin men and women who
have been called to aerv them
at Washington
"Four more year of our cm
sade (or a finer America in a bet
ter world under the competent,
steadfast, forthright leadership of
Dwight D. Eisenhower.
4 Years at Craaade ,
"That crusade besan in Chicago
four year ago against a back
drop of 20 demoralizing years of
discord and defeatism in our pub
lic affairs ending up in flagrant
corruption, this crusade caught
fire with the men and women of
America.
"It was they who gave to us
the task of leading a government
dedicated to real peace, real psot
perity and real progress.
"It is they who will decide this
year whether w ar to continue
so to serv them.
Langlie flung his "discord. . .
defeatism. . . corruption" barbs
at the Democrats after saying the
Republican party' purpose is to
give the people leadership, "not
to 'give 'em hell'." j
(The leadership not belli gibe
was born at the Washington State
Republican convention in Seattle
last mantis'. It wa the governor's
applause-provoking response lo a
delegate who ahouted at one point
in Langlie'a state keynote ad
dress: "Give 'em hell, governor.")
Th keynoter, who ia- the Re
publican candidate for Senator
from Washington state, ia lawy
er by profession.
" niade last-minute revisions
mirom j 4o 20 minutes He aid
the sense of his addresa remained
essentially the same.
In on change be left out a
statement that "it would be a na
tional catastrophe if (he .Demo
crat should return to national
power before they have purged
themselves of the evils which pos
sess their leaders and which
caused th peopl to turn against
(hem." 1
Despite these and other re
visions, however, the speech re
mained a vigorous denunciation of
Uhe opposition party
keynote addresa delivered 'last
week in Chicago by Gov. Frank
Clement of Tennessee.
"On Week ago tonight," he re
called, "many of us heard the key
note speaker of (he Democrat
(sic) national convention ask
mournfully, atain and again, hew
long oh America will we keep our
Republican administration in of
fice at Washington.
"We ar met here In San Fran
cisco .to answer that question
"In part K has slready been
answered by the very man who
asked it at Ch:c,go.
Simple Answer '
"So th answer lo that plaintive
question that hovered over the
Chicago arena, along with the
ghosta of the past, is simple.
"The American people will, I
believe, and I hope, throw (he
.Republicans out of office the day
when, if ever, they copy the Dem
ocrats and put the party first and
America second."
Elusive Inmate
Flees Mental
Hospital Again
PORTLAND I Police were
searching again Monday night (or
Raymond Lee Dunlap, 29, who es
caped from Morningside Hospilal
just three day after hi capture
in a (imilar escape.
Dunlap, from Clackamas, Ore.,
walked away last . Tuesday from
the U.S. Veterans Hospital in Van
couver, Wash, That (ouched off a
police search and he was captured
Friday night.
Taken to Morningside Hospital
a mental hospital, for treatment,
he turned up missing again Mon
day night.
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Oregon Delegation Confers
SAN FRANCISCO Five member of Oregon' delegation to the Republican convention hold a
corner meeting during delegation's eaueat Monday. Left to right: Mr. Ruth Herndon Heat
ed), Corvallls; Mr. Fred C. Young;, secretary of the state committee; Robert T. Mautx, na
tional committeeman; Gov. Elmo Smith, and Wendell Wyatt, Astoria, vice chairman. (AP
Wlrephoto) ' -
GOP Actions
By T AaaaeUte Press
Republican rsavenlioa pens,
prepared ( aemlnate Elsenhower-Nixes
(Irket agala.
CvThedoraMcKeldln
t Marylaad say keXU oi
permit kls same ta be put la1
aamiaattra lor Vice Pretldenl:
declares Vltt President Mxaa
kas Ike backing ( at least l.M
amaag 1.2ZS delegates.
Harold E. Slassen ewilaaea
apparently (rallies effort I
damp Nixaa frem ticket.
Plalfarm drafters lane dowa
elvU rights plank, dispel llkell
bawd af floor fight.
roaventle speakers arge all
out campaign t elect Republi
can Foagress.
Youth Held .
In Murder of
Film Publicist
LOS ANGELES I A youth
arrested in Arizona was ordered
held Monday for Superior Court
trial on a murder charge in the
death of Hollywood publicist Wil
liam C. Westcott Jr.. 23.
Rodrigo Jose Castro, 20, was
captured at Peach Springs, near
Kingman, Arix., as,, police said,
he fled eastward with Westcott's
convertible. Officers ssid he ad
mitted killing Westcott because,
he claimed, the latter had made
improper advances after picking
him up at a bus stop and taking
him to the victim's apartment.
Dr. Gerald Ridge, autopsy surg
eon, testified at Castro's prelim
inary hearing that Westcott died
of a gunshot wound and skull
fractures.
Castro, a native of Mexico City,
is represented by an attorney
called into the case by Mexican
Consul Enrique Pespuiera.-
Liqt'OR OFFICIAL SOl'GHT
KINGMAN. Aril. An all
points bulletin was out Monday to
pick up William G. Bonelli, former
California liquor official who is
charged with criminal conspiracy
in oflice. The Arizona supreme
court ruled that Bonelli should be
in jail white fighting extradition to
California.
DAKOTA Oil, ACTIVITY UP
DENVER W-Drining activity in
nearly all area of North Dakota
ha Increased sharply, Petroleum
Information reported Monday, with
IS new oil well locations in the,
stste.
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Program for
Tpcily's GOP
Convention-
SAN FRANCISCO ( - Here is
the program for Tuesday's session
of the Rrp"blicar national con
vention (tim is Pscific Day
light i. "
Opens 3:30 p.m. with music;
call to order by Sen. William F.
Knowland of California,' temporary
chairman; presentation of colors,
pledge of allegiance, national an'
them and Invocation.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
r
Credentials, permanent organize
tion, rules and order of business.
Music'.
ADDRESS Rep. Joseph W.
Martin Jr. of Massachusetts.' con
vention permanent chairman.'
MUSIC.
COMMITTEE REPORT Res
olutions (platform i.
MUSIC.
ADDRESSES. Miss Bertha S.
Adkins, assistant to the Republi
can national chairman; Reps.
Marguerite Stitt Church of Illi
nois, Mrs. Cecil M. Harden of In
diana. Francs P. Bolton of Ohio
and Mrs. Joseph It. Farrington of
Hawaii; Mrs. Ivy Baker Priest,
Treasurer of the United States:
Mrs. Consuelo Northrup Bailey,
lieutenant governor of Vermont;
Mrs. Jackqueline ' Cochrane Od
ium of California, Mis Louise
Shadduck of Idaho. Mrs. Carl A.
Smith of Florida. Mrs. Mary R.
Wheeler of Massachusetts, Mrs.
Elphie Siulin of Iowa. Mrs. Mame
Mason Higgins of Chicago. Mrs.
0. E. Robert of Virginia and
Mrs. Barrington Parker of Wash
ington. DC.
MUSIC.
ADDRESS Former President
Herbe-t Hoover.
GAS PIONEER DIES
ATLANTA -M. J. LaDue. 6S,
a pioneer in the butane gas busi
ness in the southeast and south
west, died Monday. He was found
er and president of the Gas Equip-'
ment Supply Co. in Atlanta and ,
the Gas Equipment Co. in Dallas,
Tex. I
Enjoy An Evening
SALEM'S FOURTH
ANNUAL ORGAN
CONCERT IN
THE PARK
Tuesday Eve., 7:30 p.m.
In Beautiful Willson Park
(Just west of the Capitol Bldg
featuring
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at the
SPIET MODEL
Hammond
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Tuna Returns
To Coast Area
ASTORIA uMvAr albacore
tuna in substantial quantity as
in the IMOs returning closer to
the Northwest coast?
This possibility arose when two
Columbia River Packers Assn.
drag boats' reported over the
weekend that they had sighted
albacore tuna between the mouth
of the Columbia River and New
port and within 100 mile of the
coast.
The boats landed several
hundred pounds of the fish and
their reports were so heartening
that several salmon troller pre
pared to lesve (or t!w area.
Meanwhile two U.S. research
boats that have been at sea for
some time searching for tuna in
commercial quantities were due
here early in the week. Last'
month the boats reported scatter
ed schools about 600 miles at sea.
NEWSMEN TOUR
BUENOS AIRES or Newspa
per and magazine writers repre
senting the Overseas Press Club
of New York have arrived in
Argentina on their 28-day tour of
Latin America. The group came
here from Montevideo. After a
round of visits to newspapers and
Argentine government officials,
they will leave Wednesday for
Santiago, Chile.
rough! to
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Sen. Welker
Lauds 'Eight
Great Demos'
By LEROY iflfTLE
SAN FRANCISCO Sen.
Herman Welker iR Idaho) Mon
day paid public tribute at the
Republican national convention to
"eight great Democratic Sen
ators." During the brief moment he was
in the national spotlight, the Ida
ho Senator said "no greater vic
tory" was achieved by the Eisen
hower administration thai) the tie
feat in the Senate of a 433-million
dollar federal dam at Hells Can
yon on the Snake River.
With obvious reference to South
ern Democrats who joined Repub
licans to defeat the bill, Welker
told the thousands of delegates,
alternates and spectators at the
GOP convention:
"Our. thanks go lo right great
Democratic Senators who thought
more of their country than they
did of electing give-away Demo
crat politicians."
Hells Caayaa Bill
Welker, who faces a potentially
dangerous Democratic opponent
In November, said the Hells Can-'
yon bill, had it passed, "would
have destroyed the upstream wa
ter rights of the water users of
the state of Idaho." .
And, he added, "the federal
treasury would have been tapped
for at least three-fourths of a bil
lion dollars."
Welker said private enterprise.
Power Commission to build three
dams, was willing to do the job at
no cost to the taxpayers and at
the same time preserve the water
rights of the upstream users.
N Greater Victory
"No ' greater " victory was
achieved by the, Eisenhower ad
ministration than to defeat this
politically inspired bill," he de
clared. Welker was renominated less
Iheaaa as u.'jauolr as rr a fiim nihnfs
marginor 10.000 vole,"' over the
closest of bis four competitors for
the party nomination
Lightning Sets
New Fires in
South Oregon
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Thunderstorms rumbled in
Southern Oregon Monday night as
lightning strike set new fires in.1
dry forestland. Lightning was ex-:
pected to move into Northwest
Oregon by Tuesday and forest j
fire danger w ill continue at mod-
erately high levels in the North
west interior. -
: A passing thunderhead kicked
up winds that reached 60 miles an
hour in gusts in the Med ford area
Monday night. Evening tempera
tures dropped only a little from
afternoon readings. .
Smoke jumpers parachuted to
a number of lightning (ires' in
Sothcrn Oregon forests Monday,
and more jumps were expected
Tuesday morning. State and fed
eral fire dispatchers said I h e
jumpers worked on three fires in
the Rogue River National Forest,
where 33 fires were icported.
Eighteen parachutists were
called from Missoula. Mont., Mon
day to reinforce the Illinois Valley
station near Cave Junction, Ore.
NEUBERGER TO 'STUMP J
PORTLAND oP - Sen. Richard
L. Neuberger, back from .the
Democratic National Convention
in Chicago, said Monday he will
slump the state to support the No
vember election campaign of Sen.
Wayne Morse. j
STARTS WEDNESDAY
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Today's forecast ffrom the V. 8.
Weatner Bureau, McNary Field. Sa
lem i : Tair today, lontfht and Wed
nesday; continued warm, with the
highest today near 90, the' lowest
tonifht near 94. ,
Willame'te River: -J S lr1.
Temp. 1101 a m. today. .
SALEM PRrciPITATIOM
Slnrt start of weather year Sept. :
To Dale Last Year Normal
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Hodge Given
i2-15Yearsfor
Looting State
' SPRINGFIELD. III. l - For
mer state auditor Orville E.
Hodge was sentenced to 12 to IS
years in prison Monday for tak
ing 4637,000 of the state's money.
State's Atty. George P, Coutra
kdn said Monday, under the sen
tence, Hodge niiMt serve seven
years and three months before he
can apply (or parole.
The 51 -year-old former Illinois
Republican political leader was
taken to the state penitentiary at
Menard Monday evening.
10-year federal prison sent
ence imposed Wednesday in Chi
cago by U.S. Dist. Judge John
P. Barnes will be served by Hodge I
in' the Illinois prison, concurrent :
with his state penalty. The fed-:
eral term was imposed for mis-;
applying bank funds insured by,
the United States.
He would be eligible for federal
parole after serving three years
and lour months.
I , "
in thefts were involved in , the
combined federal and state vio
lations. Queen Juliana
To Keep Throne
THE HAGUE, Netherlands Us-!
A government spokesman an-!
ninrw'ttH Munrlav "HiiMn luliana
win noi aDaicai.
His statement was in re-
ply to a newsman's question on ?
the royal commission which in-
vestigated ' a royal crisis caused
allegedly by the queen's relations;!
with a faith healer, Greet Hot
mans.
DALLAS MOTOR-YU
r Gate open 7:15 ibow it dusk
ENDS TONIGHT
"IrTTtHT OUTUW"
"JUPITKS DARUNC
STARTS TOMORROW
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John Erirson, In
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Boy Located
AfterRabid
Dog Attacks
"TtOCKWALL, Tex. f AP) A
6-year-old boy who was bitten by
a small rabid dog last Thursday
wa identified Monday a King
Lear of Dallas.
Sheriff W. J. Price of Rock
wall County said the boy's moth
er, Airs. Mary Elizabeth Lear,
brought the boy to Rockwall after
hearing radio reports that fie wa
being sought. She returned im
mediately to Dallas to obtain
medical treatment for him.
The boy wa bitten when he
and hi mother (topped at a fill
ing station. Later the dog wai
found to be rabid.
Meanwhile, IS persons who
were bitten by th dog in this
small city, about 25 mile north
east of Dallas, began a painful
course of rabies shots.
Newspapers, wire services and
radio stations ' had joined . in,
broadcasting warnings' that the
boy had been exposed. Rabies
treatments should be .started
within 14 days after iafection.
Without treatment, victims usu
ally die in agony. Sometime
treatment is too late by the time
symptoms appear In humans.
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