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, MAY 15, 1952 BtTTBETTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGB THUBH Taft-Eisenhower Duel Is Tilted Toward Ohioan SoiMttor Gains 15 More Delegate Volet In Wett Virginia B>- The The Taft - Associated Frec« Eisenhower duel for Republican presidential nominating votes tilted toward the Ohio senator today with delegate - seating contests looming ns a possibly decisive factor. Sen. Robert Taft apparently picked up 15 more delegate votes to Tuesday's West Virginia primary. The other one apparently went to Gen. Dwight Eisenhower. Thus the Associated Press tally of delegate strength now shows: Truman and Lieutenants Work To Save Foreign Aid from Cuts WASHINGTON I*—Fresh from an initial victory, President fju- man and his foreign aid program lieutenants worked today to build & rampart of Senate votes against any further cutting of its billions. Administration backers beat off a inove to clip 400 million dollars from the $6.900,000.000 total by a 7-6 vote lat« yesterday in the Senate Armed Services Committee. Thus the bill—already trimmed a billion from the President's original request for $1,900,000,000—returns to the Senate in the same form it went to the committee last Monday. There was plenty talk of a floor fight over further reductions to possibly as low as an even six billions. President truman, In a serious voiced discussion of foreign aid and military funds last night, said: "We are winniu? the cold war, and I fear very much that if Congress continues to follow the chance to talk it over behind closed doors tonight. Majority Leader McTarland (Ariz) said the partycau- cus dinner will be a routine get- together but foreign aid would be A topic. McFarlnnd declined to say when the foreign aid bill would be called up for Senate action. Alignments on the measure cut across factional as well as party lines. After the Senate and House Foreign Relations Committees whacked a billion dollars off the proposal. Gen. Dwighl Eisenhower Kiwonians See Demonstration of 'Energy in Action' A demonstration on "Energy m Action" was given members of the Blythevtlle Ktwanis Club at the weekly meeting of the club In Ho- tol Noble yesterday noon by representatives of Westinghou.se. Included on the program were demonstrations on low tomporn- tures, turbo-jet engines and the principals of color television, - Bob Dollison and Joe Host, field men for Wcslinghovisc. gave the demonstrations. During the business session, the ii voiced opposition to any further reductions. Eisenhower cabled his views from Europe. I Kiwanians heard a report from Appreciation Week Taft 364,. Eisenhower 304. The[ attitude that it has on these im tabulation is based on known flndj mO nsely important appropriation ivowed alignments of delegates. Nomination requires 604 votes and, in a close fight at the GOP convention in Chicago, a few votes —say 75—could mean the difference between nomination and also- ran. bills, we may lose it, and then — and then these defense apporpria- tions will look like » drop in the bucket." Truman, who spoke at the Eisenhower's Senale supporters as well as two Democratic candidates for presidential nomination- Sen, Russell of Georgia anct Sen. Kefauver of Tennessee—helped defeat yesterday's proposed cut. Sen. Hunt (n-Wyo). who had told reporters in Denver he would vote for reduction, apparently changed his mind and cast the deciding vote which broke a 6-6 deadlock in the committee. Joining Hunl. Russell and Ke- an _ fauvcr were Sen. Johnston (D-Texi. nual dinner of the Civil Air Patrol. I Scn - Saltonstall (R-Massi, Sen. Committee. Guests at yesterday's mretmp were A G. Brickeys, a visiting Ki- wanian from O^ccola; Johnnie White, a visiting Knranian from Caruthei'SviUe; Frank Page of Memphis and W. I. Malm. i '.vas followed by Air Force Secre- All in Dispute I | arj . Finletter and House Speaker All or part of delegations ''-'ith j Ravburn. 75 votes are involved.in disputes pinlelter told CAP members and over rights to be seated at thc |tri eir congressmen guests the de- July 1 convention. Delegates favor- j fense program "simply will not ing both Taft and Eisenhower have,bear cutting." Raylnirn said he was been chosen in Georgia. Louisiana \ no alarmisi but added: "I am not and Mississippi. Another scrap j in a moo[ j (0 be timid with over Texas' 38 votes comes to a | head at a state convention May 2 It has been 40 years since delegate contests figured prominently in a national convent ion. Rules call for this procedure: The national committee receives the dispute. Its decision can be appealed to the convention credentials committee whose report could be challenged by the convention itself. Among Democrats, interest wns divided between today's convention arrangements commit- money or anybody else's when it means the defense of this country." But at the Capitol, Sen. Long <D-Ln>, who sponsored the 400-mil- Iton-dollar slash proposal, said he will renew hts efforts on the Senale floor. If an expected move to telescope the bill to six billions should fail, he said, he will offer his amendment again. Sen. Ttift of Ohio, « candidate for the Republican presidential Doctors for Israel I JERUSALEM OP-ThP shortipc of physician-s in Israel in.\y be 1 eaprd : soiinpwhnt when the first 62 s-tuclr-iu-s :] fu.ly trained ai ihe medical school ' of the Hebrew University-Hadnssah Flospiti)! in Jeru.'alem receive their doctors degrees next month. : ShortIv nfTfi'-VEiids HIP corner- i stone will be laitl in th? hills west Morse iR-Orei and Scn. Flanders r.R-Vt). Saltonstall and Morse are Eisenhower boosiers. Losing wiih .Long and Acting! of Jerusalem fov a new 20 million Chairman Byrd (D-Va>, who had j dollar University-Hada^-nli Mcdi- polled the 13-member group be-|cal Center to purmlcmcnt the pres- cause some were out of town, were" ent, hospital buildings and labora- Sen. Stennis iD-Missi, Son. Bridges (R-NHi. Sen. Knmvliiucl tR-Ca]if> and Sen. Cain (R-Washi. tee meeting at Chicago and tomorrow's primary in Oregon. Chairman to Be Named Party leaders huddling at Chicago over the July 21 convention will name a chairman and keynote speaker for Ihe meeting and a committee to begin drafting party platform. Oregon voters, who name 18 Republican and 12 Democratic delegates as well as express presidential preferences, heard from three nominee - candidates and stand-ins for Eisenhower. On hand in person were Democratic Sen. Estes Kefauver of Ten- ! ne^see and Republicans Stassen and j Gov. Earl Warren of California. Kefauver is alone in the Democratic popularity poll, which is binding on delegates. Republican preferential results will not commit the GOP delegation. nomination, said the Senate GOP Policy Committee discussed foreign aid yesterday. Taft, who is chp.ir- man. said there was strong support. In the group for additional trimming, although opinions differed as to how much. Democratic . i ^nators get a. Wake Up To More Comfort Without Nagginj B.ek»ch« of peE>an<ienerg7. to slow- ay grxw! Rood Read Courier News Classified Ads. Nagging backache, lot hrndnehp* anrt riiziiness mar h* down of kidnpy function. Docto kidney function is very import h.alth. Wh.n tome tveryd.y conditi.. as stre.«* and strain. eauips Ihis important function ln«lw down, many fulkiuufferr.E- Biny hackAcne— tte] miserable. Minor bladder irritations due to cold or wron« diet may cau je sett in K up nights or free, tie ntr-aasaKes Don't neplect your kidneys if th«e condi- lions Bother you. Try DoanV Fi]|i-a mild diuretic. 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