The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on July 5, 1956 · Page 17
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July 5, 1956

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 17

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Thursday. July 5, 1956 If/if faiffitnm §»« tag* 17 Texas Is One -Dozen States Key To Adlai Hope »y RAYMOND LAIIII United Press Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON (UP) — Democratic national convention delegates from about a dozen states hold the key to whether Adlai E. Stevenson can try to win the prcs- '.clcntinl nomination on tlie second ballot. Some of these states arc known reservoirs of Stevenson, strength, but the course to be followed by others is still uncertain. Perhaps the biggest enigma is Texas' 56- vote delegation, which — if thrown to Stevenson at a critical time — could start a stampede. Some Stevenson supporters are talking of talking of trying for a first ballot victory, but the prevailing viewpoint now is that the big push will come on the second Altaian's has America's most fabulous pnntic girdle by you \ a?iywhere! not a seam to cut at work ... at play.. • Why suffer in in ordinary pantie girdle made with bulky teams that chafe and cut in the crotch area? 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The word from Ohio is that a majority of these delegates want to jump to Stevenson as soon us they have fulfilled their favorite - son obligations to Lnusche. Other favorite son states are Michigan, with 44 votes committed to Gov. G. Mennen Williams: and Missouri, with 3S for Sen. Stuart Symington, who may become a major dark horse contender if the Stevenson campaign collapses. In Kentucky, which has 32 convention voles. Gov. A. B. i Happy) Chandler hopes to be a favorite son candidate. A United Pi-ess tabulation of first ballot strength for the three active Democratic candidates now gives Stevenson SfiS'.;. votes. Sen. Esics Kefauver of Tennessee liio and Gov. Avcrcll Harnman of New York 1-17. However, the Stevenson organization now claims 502 of the OSliU needed to nominate and Harriman's managers claim .120. While the Stevenson i.-laim was not in the form of a stato-'nv-slate breakdown, it was said to exclude some fairly sure S t e v e n s o n strength. For example, it. did not include New Jersey, where Stevenson now appears to have a majority of the .IC-vote delegation f~r an early-ballot, possibly the first. Biocker Now Edits Sherman Democrat SHERMAN, Tex. -IIP)— Dana A. Biocker, news editor of the Sherman Democrat Ihe pasl six years, bus been mimed mana;;in;; co'ilor. Biocker, who has been wilh the paper 10 years, has served as acting managing editor the past year. His appointment was announced by Albert Nibling, editor and general manager. Robert S. Wrclcllc. who has been city and regional editor of the paper the past two years, will leave soon to publish a newspaper he bought at Mcnard, Tex. Wcdclle has be-.-n with the Democrat Ibc past five years. Itijj I5en <!<•(* Ovrrluiiil ! LONDON (UP)— The chimes of . Big Bcti. the world's most famous | clock, were silent today. Workmen ! stopped the clock in the Parlia- j mcnt tower Monday night for its i first general overhaul in '22 years. 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