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' Friday, October , 1954
Ike’s Speech Seen As Shot
In Arm To GOP’s Campaign
By MARVIN L. ARROWSMITH
DENVER UP)—President Eisen
bower, pictured in a fighting mood
in a tough battle, makes a
“straight from the shoulder” na
tionwide television radio appeal to
American voters tonight to keep
Republicans in the congressional
drivers’ seat.
The party’s high command, pri
vately concerned about the out
come of the November elections, is
hoping the President’s speech wiil
—as Vice President Nixon puts it
—provide ‘‘a tremendous shot in
the arm” toward a GOP victory.
The Denver White House is bill
ing the address as “the greatest
single effort” of the campaign to
keep the Democrats from recap
turing control of Congress for the
next two years.
Toward achievement of that goal,
tbe Republican National Commit
tee is footing the bill for putting
Eisenhower’s address on 158 TV
channels and 534 radio stations
from coast to coast.
The speech will be carried live
over an augmented CBS TV net
work and over the NBC and Mutu
al radio networks at 9:30 p.m.,
EST.
Other TV and radio networks
will play back recorded versions
at various times later in the even
ing.
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The White House says the TV
live coverage is the most extensive
for any political speech in history.
Eisenhower and Nixon will speak
from the stage of Denver’s 6,000-
seat Municipal Auditorium at a big
political rally arranged by the Col
orado GOP organisation.
Murray Snyder, assistant White
House press secretary, said that
in addition to the general public,
some 2,150,000 party workers and
recruits will be tuned in to the
address at about 26,500 “Precinct
Workers Day” rallies all around
the country.
“The President’s address will be
his hardest hitting of the cam
paign and straight from the shoul
der,” said Snyder.
He said it will be patterned after
Eisenhower’s Sept. 23 Hollywood
Bowl speech in Los Angeles, which
has drawn enthusiastic praise from
Republican leaders. In that talk
the President, slugged h rd .f>- •"
first time in the campaign, saying
a Democratic victory .. .
would lead to “stagnation” n gov
ernment and a political “field day”
in Washington.
On stage with the President and
Nixon at the auditorium he*** to
night will be a group of Republican
congressional leaders traveling to
Denver to point up one theme of
the Eisenhower speech—that the
chief executive is counting on a
GOP-run 84th Congress to carry out
his idea of partnership between the
White House and the legislative
branch.
Before the address, the GOP
leaders will meet with the Presi
dent for a general review of the
political situation and a discussion
of international problems.
After the address, Eisenhower
will be host to the congressional
leaders at a dinner.
After a conference with Eisen
hower here yesterday, Nixon an
nounced the President has agreed
to step up his personal campaign
to the extent of making at least
one more major address than he
had planned.
That address will be some time
between Oct. £2 and election day,
Nov. 2, at a place—probably in
the Washington area—yet to be
chosen. The only other Eisenhower
political speech now planned is
scheduled for election eve, Nov. 1,
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Assembly Asks Mendes-France About Alliance
By CARL T. HARTMAN
PARIS un—Premier Pierre Men
des-France faced a cross fire of
questions today in the French Na
tional Assembly on the London
agreement to rearm West. Ger
many. But prospects were good for
a favorable vote at the end of
the debate.
Government supporters sought
agreement on a resolution satis
fying as many deputies as possible.
It was considered virtually certain
the final text would endorse the
Premier’s work in London and ex
press the Assembly’s confidence
in his ability to negotiate the nec
essary formal treaties,
The vote may come late tonight.
Mendes-France asked for a
blanket endorsement of the prin
ciples of the London agreements,
which provide for inclusion of West
Germany in the Brussels mutual
defense alliance, admission of the
Bonn government to the North At
lantic Treaty Organization, and
West German rearmament under
the control of the Brussels group
and NATO.
The Premier also demanded au
thority to negotiate the treaties
carrying out these agreements at
ministerial conferences to be held
later this month. After the pacts
are drawn up and signed, the As
sembly must vote on them.
The same general endorsement
Mendes-France asked was given
overwhelmingly yesterday to the
London plan by West Germany’s
lower house of Parliament, the
Bundestag,
German Socialists, holding 151
seats in the Bonn chamber, voted
against the motion backing West
German Chancellor Konrad Aden
auer’s pro-Western policy and teh
outcome of the London parley.
Enough other deputies in the 478-
member chamber favored the mo
tion, however, to approve it with
only a show of hands.
Mendes-France opened the As
sembly debate yesterday with an
hour-long report on the London
talks and the resulting nine-power
agreement He laid great emphasis
on the security given. France by
Britain’s pledge at the London con
ference to keep four British divi
sions on the Suropean continent.
Mendes-France was reported in
sistent that the Assembly’s final
resolution clearly recognize that
the London talks were a success
and that it contain no conditions to
hamper him in future talks.
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GOP Using ’52
Type Tactics,
Stevenson Says
WICHITA, Kan. (J)—Adlai Stev
enson labeled the Republican cam
paign a 1952 model last night and
charged the Eisenhower adminis
tration with “foolish boasts and
broken promises.”
“Vice President Nixon, the Re
publican chief of staff, has pitched
the Republican campaign on the
high level of communism, corrup
tion, controls and Korea,” he said,
adding, “But that’s a 1952 model.”
Stevenson told an estimated 4,500
persons at a Kansas Democratic
rally there is a revolt against “the
family quarrels and hopeless di
visions of the Republicans, and
against policies which consistently
favor the few at the expense of
many.”
"A reborn progressive Demo
cratic party is firmly established
in rock-ribbed Republican Maine,”
the 1952 Democratic presidential
nominee declared.
He said he found in Kansas “as
in Maine . . a ground swell of
dismay and revolt against the
foolish boasts and broken prom
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He charged that there is a
“paralysis of American influence
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tradictions and divisions within
the Republican party.”
Describing the McCarthy hear
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he said the Republicans have dis
played efforts “to appease Sen.
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to use and to abuse McCarthy at
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reorganization and even the top
jobs have been removed from the
career civil service and turned
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