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January 11, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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ARKANSAS TIMIS, Faytrttvillt, ArkanvH, Friday, Jonuory 11, 1WJ. Eisenhower Advised To Drop Coyness Aiken Wonts To Know General's Domestic Views \Vashingtnn-f/P)-SciiHlor Aikcn (K-Vt)said today t h a t "if General Eisenhower wants to he president he should a?k to he. relieved of hi" present job and make his views on domestic issues known." ' "He should come out swinging and not bn so coy," Aiken said. Aiken's comments attracted attention here because he long has "battled w h a t he call? ''the Old Guard" in t h e " Republican party. Aiken's proposal followed President Truman's news conference statement yesterday t h a t he w i l l keep Eisenhower as supreme commander of Allied forces in Europe -as long as the general will slay. Mr. Truman, a f t e r repeating his previous praise of Eisenhower, said the general would have to ·resign if he wins the Republican n o m i n a t i o n . ''I t h i n k he better resign if he wants to win the nomination." Aiken ttjld a reporter. "He would greatly strengthen himself as a candidate if ho lets voters know ·where he sUinrts." Mr. Truman's news conference comment t h n t he li;id been told last August the general was a "Democrat received quick verification from Kansas. The president, indicating the announcement that Eisenhower is a Republican came as news to him, said a brother of -A former Kansas governor told him the Stale GOP Leaden Considering Primary Little Rock-l/l'i-Arkansas Hc- publican leaders met hr-rr today In consider n proposed GOP presidential primary. Osro Cobb, c h a i r m a n of thr state GOP E x e c u t i v e Committee, said p a r t y leaders hope to t r i m the cost ot the primary to about 5Z5.- (100. Cobb has estimated a p r i m a r y would eost 575,000. If the cost i-an be reduced "we may have a primary," said Cobb. Ex Gov. Harold Star.scn "f M i n - nesota, a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination, has requested a GOP p r e f e r e n t i a l primary in Arkansas, lie offered to^ share the cost. Greasy Thumb Guzik Harold A. Wood of El Dorado. na-|C, Mf l Py II C rlWU DJ U.J. l i o n a l eommittcoman for the L i f e ! I Untlerwrilcrs Association of Arkansas, will speak here tonight at S o'clock at Ferguson's at a I nnt hy attorneys. The commission was created by iho 1H51 Legislature to j n v e M i c a t c n c t i v i t i e s of the M i s h w a v IJoparl- incnl from J a n u a r y 1, HM7. to J a n u a r y 1, lf)52. ' Tlie hearincs arc bcms Iifld to · f|iic:,tiotiinK witnesses in cnnnn 1 ; lion w i t h information obtained in ! i h n audits. BALLOTS READ-- j ' J U N T I N U E O FROM PACK O N E ; whom he had i n t e n d f d to vole, but was not allowed to answer. Webb Williams, hov.-ev. i . when questioned told i(n attorney he intended to \ o t o for Hhcn. His b.il- lnt «as markerl with a check instead of an "X." · An j r r r - c t l l a r i l y was claimed in the ballot carl by Beul.ih Cruse, and she replied to an attorney's question that she intended to vote for H h c n . Other Ward 'i voters, who iden- t i f i e d t h e i r ballots but were not risked directly for whom they voted, arc El7.ii Stapleton, Jeannine Camphrll, L. O. G r a h a m , | Mn. L. O. G r a h a m , Mrs. Ixwtl : Chanr.v. Lowell Chancy, C. F.. Fnl- ! let',. Faye Ramsey. P. R. Sc»r- : brouch. I l a n e l l H a l l , .lames E. Kerse. Hay H a r r i s , CieorKo Bowen. ! C ' a r l V. ricnnett and Austin Hnr- ; ton. | Thr t w o sides agreed In cnltr thr ballots of f o u r othrr Ward 2 voters subpoenaed by nlica U'lio were nnt present. They arr J. C. Smith. Dr. M a x McAllister. Merlin Layer, and C. O. Hansard, i The ballots in Ward .1 and 4 1 were rend into the record just as ! thr court recessed for lunch. Inrii- j v i d u a l voters in those wards--as 1 in Ward I--wrrr not called to the · stand. av ' I n " f l i n t . M r C ' I f l l a n will laM n i c h t lint The Defense Materials Pro-.ure- Aluminum Plint May Be Built In Arkansas Washinglon-'/P)-Sen, M idol! .in ( D - A r k ) t h i n k s arrangements w i l l bf completed soon for n e y n o l r h Mclal Company to proroc'l v. ilh i t ' n m p a i i y .n rl So plans for const, elms an a l u n i j - j n A d m i n i s t r a t i o n lu-- r iT-iv-lie-l ,-tn mi or roll n u m production p l n n i in A i k r u i - ! a c i r n n e n l nn snpnlvin.t; |)",-ri- iW i ?"/ b i l l i o n . c o n s t r u c t i o n ' an bruin ! as Secretary of I i'enor I sipns the rontr.'ir MrC'lcllan. C'hapman yrMer t 1 K r rl willi' an '.;u'! Hi", n- ov cr r ii:! 1.1^1 11 Agency last f a l l authorized nn|f|.s Metal* to expand Its niiuirri production 60,000 tons Sin' 1 ** th** U.S. M i n t opened in 2 it ha% ."truck gold, stiver. *nrl roins v n l u t d at more than Washinclon-l/I'l-Jacol. "Cx-'isy Thumb" Gu?.iU, Chicsjci mobster Htm ASK Ml "ASPIRIN" ALONE St. Joseph ASPIRIN MOORE'S FUNERAL CHAPEL at ti oclock at r e r e u s o n s HI "i · · · . " " , ,' 7 ,, meeting of the Fayctlcville Asso- "led for contempt ot Congicss ciation of Life Underwriters, on when ho rcfubcd to answer the "Don't I3c Afraid To Fail." He isiiucstions of conRrcssmcn, was the founder of an association in El 'mind not guilty of contempt yes- Dorado a past president of the terrla.v in United States Court state association and nr s anizer ' - *- t Judge Edward A state association, HHU UIK«"I/.I.I : -- --- - anrt past president of the Leaders'] ramm. a former F. B. I. o fielal noindtabk of Arkansas. For 1'.8 ".led that Cuz.k was «,th,n hi, , yr,rs he has been a l i f e under- ^,^fj!^ ^.^Sf,^ I writer with the Penn M u t u a l Life Insurance Company. answer questions about hii activities, j ,' Guzik said he was j u s l i f i c d in {remaining silent under the f i f t h a m e n d m e n t to the constitution, which Rhes citizens the rijjht not general was a Democratic precinct worker at~the ase of 18. wlucn Rives cni7.ens tnc I I K O L nu In Olathe. Kail., Frank Hodges, || 0 ;mswe |- incriminating questions brother of the laic Gov. George "r^e judge agreed with him. H. Hodges, said Eisenhower as a young man made, a speech at a Younc Plan's Democratic Club banquet in Abilene. Kan. Hnd?es | N T T N U E D KROM PAn! , -, f . E said he told Mr. Truman ahout it Kovcnlor a i so requested U.S. Atin a letter. I lorncy General Howard McGrath Says Voters Should Know | to investigate the alleged con- Aiken, who has not yet joined spiracy. - · · · ' · - " McMATH,MURRY- HOME REPAIRS? other New Englandcrs in booming Eisenhower, said the "voters are entitled to know Ike's views." "He certainly can't d i f f e r too much wilh administration foreign nolicies because he's been carrying out part of them," Aiken said, adding: "I want to know, for instance, where he stands on the St. Law------ rcnee seaway. T also wonder about :---=_· j his views on labor, health, educa- BEHER PLUMBING FOR Bf.HER HOMES start at C and D Plumbing Co. Free Estimates 231 W Mouniela Phone 111! Try H for YOUR COID Only rjfifj rfrw* all fain . . . 1. Hues rausculsr ache* and pains of cold. 2. Reduce j fever. 3. Acts to expel mucus. 4. Works as a laxative. Get 666 todayl j t i o n and farm programs. "We don't want a president as coy as he's being as a candidate," Aiken added. President Truman repeated yesterday his hope t h a t the republicans w i l t nominate Senator T a f t . T a f t had no comment on this today. Mr. Truman put nff questions acain about his own intentions j r / . ; but said reporters would know his j 'y plans before the Ttenublican con- .|.| vcntion begins July 7. HERO OF-- ! CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE ; to express my gratitude to you," ; he told the crowd. Honor upon honor was thrust upon the captain. Lloyds of London, the insurance underwriters, pave him a medal. Kins Frcdcrik ' o f Denmark Carlson is a Danish- j h n r n naturalized American--sent a telegram of congratulations. The i U. S. Coast Guard announced i plans for a formal*commendation. Not white, not wheat, not rye, but a flavor blend of all three-Junce's Roman Meal Bread. Il-19-tf Advertise In the TIMES-- It n»ys *_;·( . "So far neither the Justice He. partmcnt nor my department has hccn able to substantiate the governor's charges." 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