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February 7, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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AMUMtAI M*mm. Thm**, F.hfu.ry 7. t«52 r Boosters Reported dvisrng Him To Return Home JACK BHU. ,"j JjUpiieT tbdajr lh»t'.Gcii7iBwlg)il D. lE!senho\Vert supporters arc bulld- . .yWng up pressure far 'him to rc- :T. Jjlurn home nnd help them corral £.#tho Republican presidential nom- :/*?£lii»tion. 'i* In- the face of 'this. Senator ..JjjjBrcrwste-r (H-Mc) predicted to"this ·'.'jTcportcr that If present political pftrends continue, Sen. ftobcrt A. ;»iTaitibr''.phIo will have the COP "·'·nomination "sewed up" within a JSfow weolii. 'J* Brewtftcr said he l)clicvcs Tafl ^will'iitako "a Rood showing" In the ·iljjljrch": )1 'New Hampshire prl- ··'-·iaryi-.^hcrc ho is entered against , S'f3S?f*ft left Ms name (in the prl- ry'. ballot with 'the assertion it he .would be running against - odds,, since most loj uepubli- *n.' leaders i n ' New Hampshire lined up for Elsenhower, ormcr Goy. Harold E. Stnsscn t Minnesota also has entered the .OP race there. ..^- While the general's backers re- r'jjjnalned outwardly confident Els- S^enhower will sweep the primary, jfjjprne of them said privately they iftfopc .lie can come home before £ the' vote. Mar Return To D. 8. Senator Cnln (R-Wash) lold the Senate yesterday there Is "some reason to believe that General Elsenhower may request to be relieved of his present a.islgnmcnl during the course of this year so that he might return to the United Slates." Cnlri, who hasn't committed himself · publicly on his presidential preference but Is generally regarded aa being friendly to Tiifl, didn't mention Elsenhower's recent statement that he would nol ask to he relieved of his command In Europe. To offset tills anil President Truman's statement that ho wouldn't relieve the commander unless Eisenhower requested It, the Eiscn- lower supporters were said to be planning to demand that Con- jrew »sk the general to testify on he foreign military and economic- aid bill.' Backers believe this might give ilm a chance to say t h a t his prc- imlnary organization work Is done n Europe. They figure this might end to a situation in which Truman might make the frist move oward ncturhlng Elsenhower to civilian life. Toft supporters apparently count LOAD SCATTERED LIKE MATCHSTICKS FEATURE STORY EARLY TIMES is Kenticky's Mutt TIME! DliriLUKV COMMNT. IWIIVUU 1, XT. WRECKER CAR (arrow) starts cleaning up a big mess. 20 miles southeast of VJ'ituami, Wis., after H cars of a 71-car Northwestern railroad freight jumped the raljs. Puipwood logs are strewn like malchsticka along the rlghl of way. (InlernationalSoimdphotol on sufficient Democratic aid Ijc- j hind llib scenes to v.'artl o f f ' a n y | invitation to Eisenhower l lesli- j fy before Congress, although the Tiift group would bu wary of up- posing any such move publicly. They .argue that if the Democrats really want Taft for their opponent--as Truman and several other loaders have said they do-the Democrats won't aid n move that might help Eisenhower's chances for the nomination. Taft forces picked up Iwo convention delegates in Oklahoma yesterday In their effort to stem an Eisenhower uprising aimed at gaining n majority of the slate's 10-votc delegation. As the count stood thus far, Eisenhower hail five delegates either commuted or favorable to ilm, Taft hud three, one favored Gen. Douglas MacArlhiu' and an- itlic'r was uncommitted. Two more, tlstrlct delegates arc to be chosen, The sling of a jellyfish Js'sol- lom serious. . .· Wording Of Accession Proclamation (hanged Lomlon-(/l)-Thc first time the phrase "head of the commonwealth" was used in a proclamation of accession to the British throne In the document today naming Elizabeth queen. It was the first time, too, since Victoria became empress of India in 1117(1 thai the words "emperor of Indin" have been omitted. The words "Ihc crown" are use now instead of the phrase "im pcrial crown of Greal Britain Ireland and all other of his lat majesty's dominions." Queen Elizabeth II is termci "queen of this realm and of he other realms and territories, heat of the commonwealth, defender o Ihc faith," Instead of as formerly "of Great Britain, 1 Ireland and tin British .'Dominions" 'beyond th seas, king, defender of the faith emperor of India." P c r f f o n ' s T a s f e m o r f f fr NEW, CONVENIENT, HALF-GALLON Paper Bottles Mello-D Milk \, . 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Foot pointing, it seems, is a disgraceful habit I --in Yemen, that is. . Dn Harry lloogstraal offers the advice. Ke "has just returned from Yemen, which he visited at the Invitation of King Iman Ahmad Bin Yahya Jlamicl Al-Din. Hoogstraal is head of the Department of Medical Zoology at the U. S. Naval Research Unit In Cairo and also field associate in zoology for the Chicago Natural History Museum. ' His pointers on foot pointing were picked up during a study of- social conditions in the mountainous Saudi-Arabian land. The doctor describes it in the National Geographic Magazine. Seems he and his friends'were invited to squat--on the floor, as 1 is the practice in Yemen. I They did, but in the ordinary western fashion, feet extended. The response was some deep frowning by their Ycmcnese hosts. Hoogslraa! asked what was afoot. One of their hosts explained. "It is extremely impolite," lie said "to point the feet at anyone while sitting." Well, then? How do you sit? Tailor-fashion," was the reply. This Involves sitting with the legs folded cross-wise in front of you. If your feet 1 do any pointing then, it is at nobody. In addition to the taboo on foot pointing, Hoogstraal said, he learned these things: 1. Hand clapping is a bad practice.' 2. No man is well dressed unless he wears a dagger. 3. Thieves are tied to posts. And their loot is tied to them. 4. The Ycmcnese have had many-storied buildings for centuries. As a matter of fact, they claim they invented the ckyscrap- Keep ip with IM Ike TIMES 4llT. re*4 Our very oivn Millinery Main Floor designs a darling group of cute young sweetheart SAILORS . . . top fashion for spring! You've never seen such a darling young group of flattering straw sailors! 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