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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

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AWUNIA1 TIMII, f«Y«M«vill«, Aft«tiM», Tuodoy, January ,,,_.,,- ;·_ ---F ^2 Kelauver, McMahon, MacArthur On Illinois Ballot For President · ' Wi'sl.ingtnn-l/l'l-A record crop* ml. Democratic presidential eandl- , dites was proutlng suddenly t o - 1 'fff rt President Trumr.n kept : iniim on his own plans. 1 Some putty politicians sM the 1 )M may.swell to 20 If Mr. Tru-. 'fntn delays announcing bis dcei- ilen until ne»r convention time In "?«'·· } put most of (hose xlrpplni: into tin. Democratic FpolllRht are In ·'lb» role of "favorite sons." A c»n- VJWiite in lhl« status normally '·holds the party's rnnvenllon vole Jrom his own state until he Is jieminnled "r pledges It to some · jjilronger candidate. · Two Drmon-atli.- hats landed In ,the presidentiaj rinR yeMmlnv In "Illinois. Slates were filed for Sen- · ·lor Kefauver of Tennessee and Senator MeMahon of C o n n f r l l r u l : }or the April B primary. · The nonubllean presidential prl-. faary in Illinois alsn was enliven-' td when Harold K. Stassen fonncf : JaiUnosots fcnvrrnnr, anil Grn. | DouglBS Mai-Arthur were entered r in.-opposition to Senator Tail of i Ohio. ' . ' . . I Kcwi To MarArthur j ."· Shortly altcrwnrri, Mai-Artliur | was quoted, as saylnc lie would j have his name withdrawn, thai II i ti«d hccn entered without his- knowledge. Col, Lawrence nunker, j the tcncral'E aide, said last nlpht.; ..,«IpnpBf he'll \o »«TMthl,,K| ^ ()i(| fbout it tomorrow. , Kt , r . luvol . | |,, n ,, cr chairman of . ;;But (he man who enlered the (h{ , Scll ., lp Crime Colnmlllcc, is ^dicral.. in the rnce, I..ar Daly of ^.^ u,,.,,,,.,!, )n( , m ,,t|bns of an Chlcaso, snl' 1 he would take legal n ,.,| vc ,.,, n ,i|rtatr. but he says he lictlon, If necessary, to prevent w ,n ,,,,, mnko ,, ,| cc ision , m ti| itucAHhur or anyone else.from ,, bnu t Kchrunry 1. Withdrawing the, cene.ral's name. S( . nnle , mlrePS s ,,i,| ihc name of : Daly, founder and director gen- vlcc p,. cs |(| cn | Albcn Barkley fral of the "MacArthur and Mem;|V , )C , )(101)ll , t | 500n by Kentucky Carthy for '52 Club," said. "We Dc : ilr , t . 1 .., ts ,,,,. thc ln| , pnl .(y fnnt »rr aware that General MneAr- ] f .i..^^,,! Truman continues his thur l« not n candidate bid we be- ,.j| ( , nl , ( , i lle've he'd accept a draft." | senator Humphrey already has ' The Illinois primary Is advisory ( . mcrl!1 , (1 , 1S ,, "r, ivo ,.|i c son" can- BUYS $1,OOO BOND AT BATTLE FRONT plsnts while he is in thin section. Some "Misehirf" Pmwibk As fur hi,i feeling shout the C.'MinmUMists, Mirdiandani says "thf:.v inay cau.it! ronie mi.sdiicf" in iho elections which arc now un-~ dor way in India--the first for lh.il nation--hut that he doubts they will loriously rival any of UK; other parlies. Member* of the Communist party, lie believes, may work for slate or district posts, but he doubts they will try for Parliament. Chances of success [or the Pods are scant, he feels. Members of the other parlies are reluctant lo team up with Communists in any of ihc elections, he reports--although he says it is the custom for several of the parties lo «et together on issues and can- j riitlates. "The Communists arc by J themselves," however, lie declares. As for Nehru, well, he is the hero of India. Not only is he the country's prime minister, he will head the Congress party as prcsi- rtenl, holding both offices. No ··Trious opopsltion is in sight, for N'ehru is far and above all others in popularity, in the opinion of the New Delhi visitor lo Arkansas. Buried In Rogers Hrl CUrencc I,. AMrHie «f K«trM«n, Ark., Mrprcmeii fslth In Ids country In ilual fashion--In flchlinc for It · nil In huvlnn V. 8. Dtfeiie Buiidl. Tlif, Sltl. Is shown utiiivc conntlni: oul S7.',3 In mllilary script In bcciimB Ihc flrsl m»n t Ihr X Corps Command pout in Korr» In liny a 51,001) Drfcnse Ilonil ilurln B the recent Bond Drive. Cunt. Joseph R, Edwards, personnel idjuUnt. Li shown kcrvinc as llnnil ollicrr. I Broiled bananas taslc g o o d served with curried shrimp, Other |! good accompaniments arc finely chopped salted peanuts, and preserved vinegar. Adrrrtw in tfct TIMti*--!· *»»· Natural gas consists of about fl() per cent of methane, known as ·marsh gas," since it is formed by decaying vegetation in marshes. Thc use of vinegar, a mild acid, lends to loosen the hard deposit that forms inside a lea kettle. Get Well QUICKER rnm rt wr Ctwt * · Ctlf _, . 0« I* · Ctlf ·ilh the SetiMtiontl A-C factor ** i ike New IntctuiJitJ \ AMAZIN91Y QUICKM «TINO l.lfFICTIVI NAVE YOU HEARD! W« serve the finest Home-made Hot Tamales Wt alto have thtm for you to toki out by thi half-down or dozen. 60PerDoz. DELUXE EAT SHOP .106 W. Dickton. Hion* 143 C'apt. Douglas E. Morrow, 34, Rogers National Guard officer who was "killed in Korea, October 8, 19,"il. Kuncral services were eon- ducted today at 3:30 p. m., with burial in the Rogers cemetery under the direction of Burns Ku- ncral Home. Hold/our Obituary Sinly and Is not blndliiB on thc iruitc's convention ilclcciitcs. f Tft und Stnssen lanRle tirsl in »he Wisconsin prlmnry April 1. JDneiiinB » two-day eampalun in lh»l state, Taft said yesterday, ·'There Is no bolter place to test j)}} 1 candidacy .than Wisconsin. I Hull make this the main hattle- (round for an all-out cmnpnlgn for the nomination." MeMnhem "Oreiit Honor" After he mid Kefauver were entered in thc Illinois primary, Mc- KUhnn Issued a slatcmcnt wiy- ^In* Illinois backers "have done, me » urent honor." t' Informed Democrats said 1'rcsl- idoiit Truman knew that McMnhon Vould enter the Illinois primary if didale to help Mr. Truman con- Irol Hie Minnesota dcJcusUun to Ilie DemoeralU- convention. Oilier Favorites Expfclfd More "favorite sons" arc expected to hoi) up In several other ulr'i-s. One Uemocrnlle senator listed these: House Speaker Sam Payhnrn of Texas, Sen, ,lokC])h C. O'Mnhoney of "/.voinliiB. Sen. fiobcrl Kcrr of | i Oklahoma, Gov. G. Mcnnen Wil- j Wait New Attack AUTO WORK br rillnbl* mechanic*. . All work GUARANTEED. ·ROUGHER ond ROBB liimi oT Son. ntchfirri nuwicll of Gc"u«i;i ii!:ii;illy Utps Hie list of Southern DtnioiM'ntn opposed lo Mr. Tru- mnn as a pntrntinl ciinrlklalc. r»n. Harry K. Hyi-cl of Virclnla untl C-Jov. Jamrs K. Byrnns of Smilh Cfirnliiui. n former srnnlor. Supreme Cnurl .!u«lico nnrl srrrr- lary of slatr, nlso arc mentioned by S(nitln;rnors. Lincoln PLAN TO BUILD . ··· Our Milerlnl. Get Our Prlcti. Try Our Strvfct. DYKE LUMBER CO. SOI Si. Ch»t« PRETTY BIG THREE-- rrirnc Minih-lcr \Vin:.lun Chiii-chill is tlin licaininj; tcnlral ll^uro, jinitluf; prniidly \vilh Ins rliiuphlcr, Snr;ih Churchill, Iclt, aiui MnrRnrot Trunuin. Tlit.' tnn was ;illnulin^ n Wnshiiiglon dinner fiivcit by .Strrciliiry of Kt:ilo Dean Achc-son. New Delhi Visitor Soys Reds Have Little Chance h India By TKI) H. WVI.ll! The Communists "don't linvn c.ham-e" in Iiullii. Th:it. :il least, the opinion nf R. T. MirrhMiil.ii assistant marketing officer nf the : Indian j;overnmcn!.'s Ministry o!' ' Pood aiul AKriculLurr. wlm i:. visiting in Knye.ttevtlle. lie is in : tin 1 United Stales mi n six month:;' · lour under the UniU'd St;ili:s Point Four program, and will j-'pnu more. linn 1 in Arkansas durinj; hi." Mr. «nd Mrs. .1. M, Spark.*: hml fl* Rucslft Sunrtny, Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence HullinKtoti and children. Mr. mid Mrs. Momer Sparks, Mr, nnr! Mrs. Guy Sparks, of Prairie Gruvr. Mrs. .lor Million n and yon of j Paris spent the weekend with MFs.' Milhnan'.s son-in-law find daiifih- Icr Mr. nnrl Mr?. I.iinuir ('lay. Kenneth I'i.van. machlnlsls mate.! Amoiiran stny than in any uivi .VCL-OIK! rlass, rclurnccl to Norfolk, I onn Inenltty. Thr Univeirily In-. Va., for re-fisslnnmpnl this \vrek-1 siituie of .Science and 'lYc.limili)ny \ end after .tpriutinj; n 10-clny leave | | 5 j uis t | ( ) MiiThatidatii inilil : ;it Hip Uni'/riT-ily, plans lo any ,Mi!-chand;ini In several iiulliy 1,-irni'; in Morllnvcr.l -.;;:: .UK.! !;"Ue him through] poultry proi:c:-siii{i | ARROW Indicates area between I-loa Unlh and Hanoi where French military sources in Inclo-Chlna say Viet Minh rebel forces arc building up for a major attack, which presumably would tie directed at liral on a major highway, with aim of cutting off Frcnch-hclfl Hao Binh from supply sources. Thc I ( "rcnch fear a major uivasion--an Asiatic "second front"--from Com- iininlsl China to U'c north is being prepared. Chinese Reds icportedly nupport, supply Viet Minh rebels. Mrv Emma Clara Homer Funeral services for Mrs. Emma Clara Houscr, 73, resident of 87 Texas Way, who died at her home Saturday morning after an illness of four months, will be held tomorrow morning at 10 o'clockjn thc Nelson Funeral Home chapel. Officiating will be thc Tiev. Arnold Simpson, assisted by thc Rev. E. J. Reeves. Burial will be in the National cemetery under thc direction of Nelson's Funeral Home. Lawrence Taylor Prairie (Jrovc-( Special) -Lawrence Taylor, 33, died at a Fort Smith hospital last night, lie is survived by his wife, Mr.-'. Inez Taylor of I'rairic Grove: his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Taylor of Prairie Cn'ovc; three brother?. Klmer, Willie and Jesse Taylor, all of Prairie Orovc. Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon nt ?. o'clock at thc Zinnnmon Church by the I!c\. Mr. Riimcy of ruvcttcville. Burial will be in the Zinnanum cemetery under Ihc direction of LuKinuuel Funeral Komc. 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TCXMP. The visitor Inn proud of lndi;i--y tho tnaniier in which h ami from the way his e up when lie 1,'ilki; nf Ihc InHin Is making. The mini:with which he is eonneeted is hrlpiiiK tho farmers to make rapid strides in aRrieulturr. he SH.V:;. Tltc dniry industry, fnr pxample, eltes as Knhiinp last. M-ne more fanners of his rmm fnisinf; pioduce to lielp f countrymen then-. Me points also to the ] t e x t i l e industry in India. n re inn ny i r.d u.M lies «i o\\ n i| the cities, lie .says. Tn pni\i.' point, he takes tlif lape! f ; very fine lookini; brown Miit between his llnimb and finder and reports thai,"this suit \v:is made in India. It is one of many things \ve an; maiiufacHn ing." Many \\:--:\ are beiiiR found for peanut oil. amonu other tliiiiRS, I In W;ishiiiRton Sinrr Oelnlirr Me is a «iadu;ite of l shy of Piombay, ami h.is lirt'ii Washinnlnn .--ince l;ist Octnl studylnc several hrjmcbcr. nf Department of Agriculture market news mid services. 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