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Nixon Discloses Candidacy
For Downey's Senate Seat
(y th» Associated Frees
POMONA, Calif., Nov. 4.—Rep
resentative Nixon, California Re
publican, and member of the
House Un-American Activities
Committee, last night announced
his Senate candidacy and pledged
a “fighting, rocking, socking cam
paign.” , *
Mr. Nixon, of Whittier, will seek
the seat now held by Senator
Downey, Democrat. Senator Down
ey has announced he will be a
candidate for re-election, and
Helen Gahagan Douglas, Demo
cratic Representative from the
14th California District, is oppos
ing him in the primary.
Mr. Nixon told a meeting of his
12 th district constituents that
“the great issue” before the Amer
ican people "is simply the choice
between freedom and state social
ism, make no mistake about that.
They can call it plaxyaed economy,
the Fair Deal, or social welfare.
It’s still the same old Socialist
‘boloney’ any way you slice it."
Mr. Nixon has been in Congress
i since January, 1947.
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New Killings Reported
In Fighting Preceding
Colombian Election
Special Dispatch to The Star
BOGATA, Colombia, Nov. 4.—
Official government reports today
listed new outbreaks of violence
in the inter-party fighting pre
ceding Colombia’s November 27
presidential election.
The government said three per
sons had been killed in the Valle
department and two others died
elsewhere in the country yester
day.
Newspaper dispatches, which re
cently have given most news of
political fighting, reported larger
bloodshed. The newspaper El Es
pectador aald five persons had
been killed in Valle department
by a "bandit group” which in a
subsequent attack on the neigh
boring town of Alcala killed an
unspecified numbers of persons.
Holding of Election Uncertain.
The same newspaper said two
persons were killed in Guacari,
also in Valle department, by a
group of men pretending to be
detectives.
But there still was no definite
answer to the important political
questions: Would Colombia have
a presidential election on Novem
ber 27? And if an election was
held, would it mean anything? *
Originally the Liberal Party
named Dario Enchandia to op
pose Conservative Laureano Go
mez for the presidency held by
another Conservative, Mariano
Ospina Perez.
Candidacy Withdrawn.
Later the Liberals charged Con
servative violence had prevented
a free election and withdrew Mr.
Echandla’s candidacy. Party
sources have said that withdrawal
will nullify any voting, but Pres
ident Ospina yesterday said the
balloting would be held on
schedule.
Bolivian newspapers have re
ported, usually without official
confirmation, that hundreds al
ready have died in scattered
clashes between the Liberal and
I Conservative Parties.
Today the Ministry of Interior
i listed these new dead:
Three prominent Liberals mur
dered yesterday in the town of
Tulua, Valle department, by "ban
dits”: a policeman murdered in
Cerete, Magdalena department; a
Conservative killed when a “group
of bandits” attacked a party group
in Morales, Cauca department.
3 Scandinavian Nations
Planning Customs Union
By tha Associated Press
PARIS, Nov. 4.—Norway, Swe
den and Denmark plan to merge
into a single market by forming
a complete Scandinavian customs
union.
This was announced yesterday
by the foreign ministers of the
three countries—Norway’s Hal
yard Lange, Sweden’s Osten Un
den and Denmark’s Gustav Ras
mussen.
The ministers told W. Averell
Harriman, chief United States
ambassador for the Marshall Plan
in Europe, that the formation of
the customs union will be under
taken as soon as possible.
They said their governments
will faithfully observe the resolu
tion approved Wednesday by the
lfc-member general council of the
Marshall Plan’s Organization for
European Economic Co-operation
(OEEC). That resolution called
upon European nations receiving
American aid to liberalize their
trade policies for the eventual
creation of a large single trading
area.
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Wife Says She Paid $324
In Plot to Kill Husband
■y *h« Associated Press
BREMERTON, Wash., Nov. 4.—
A mother of two children was held
on a charge of attempted murder
today after telling authorities she
had made a $324 down payment
on a plot to slay her husband.
Prosecutor James Munro said
the woman, Mrs. Margaret Susan
Piatt, 31, was accompanied by her
husband, Willford, 34, when she
appeared yesterday to tell her
story. The husband, an unem
ployed Navy Yard worker, later
hired an attorney for her defense.
Two men Mrs. Platt said had
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to get rid of her husband also
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Mottem was Introduced to her,
she said, as the “gunman” who
was to carry out the plot.
The prosecutor said Scott and
iMottern denied any intention to1
carry out the plot, but that they
were “just out for the money.”
Mr. Munro said the woman’s
statement related that she con
spired against her husband be
cause he refused to give her a
divorce.
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