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March 13, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

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AIKANSAS TIMK. . *rfc»n««i. Thurify, March 13, 1W ;-- I George Shaw, will leave Thursday i for their horqe. | Side Of Brain Exposed In Effort To Aid Girl Paundena, CaUf.-MVThe entire left side of a seven-year-old girl's irain was exposed yesterday for surgery aimeC! »l rousing her from _ __ _ THE MEN ON THE MOON--A torrostial moon-ship Hovers some 200 miles over the surface of. the moon, as scientists in space suits take photos ol "the man in the moon," In this artist's conception of space travel in years to come. The craft would base on a man-made space-station revolving-m ill own orbit about the earth, according to Dr. Werner von Braun, builder of the V-2 rocket, « -| *° uld a 5-day, 230,000 mile trip from the space station' to the moon, according to the scientist. iloned project is one of several space-travel ideas outlined in an article in Colliers r be visioi The en- magazine. Truman'sEyewashStatement Said To Have Hurt Him With Voters In New Hampshire (By The Associated Press) , Sen 1 . Richard B. Russell o f | Georgia, himself, a candidate for the 1 · Democratic nomination for prwident,; said today President Truman ? s 'reference to the New Hampshire primary as "eyewash" may well have cost him victory in the.v'ote battle with Sen. Estes Kefauver of Tennessee. · Kefauver upset Truman in the primary Tuesday . .while Gen. Dwlght I). Eisenhower scored t a shutout victory' over Sen. Robert A. Taft of Ohio on the Republican fide. Eisenhower rooters hailed the result as-"a magnificent victory" and a harbinger of a "sweep throughout the country." One Taft man, Senator B r e w s t e r .(R- Mainej, countered that Taft. "still stands to win" the GOP nomination. Russell «aid he. expects "varying interpretations" of the Truman Kefauver results'. He added: "Violent anti-Trumanites will point to It as proof ot a complete lack of confidence in the present administration. Senator Kcfau- ver's ardent admirers will say it Is due to his personal -appeal and vote-getting abilities. "All of these may have played 6ome part. "It is my own personal opinion that President Truman's 'eyewash' statement and the resulting conviction on the part of the New Hampshire voters t h a t . h i s name was entered for the benefit of the local organization, rather than as a hona fide candidate for the presidency, was a potent factor in shaping the results.". McKinney Issues Statement Frank E. McKinney, chairman of the Democratic National Committee, who has said he wants to see Truman renominated, issued a statement about the primary but he didn't say anything about the results. , : Instead, .he lauded .the heavy voter turnout as indicative "of the basic strength of thn Democratic party" arid congratulated Kefauver and .Truman supporters for putting on a "clean campaign . . . in contrast to the personal ex- Hopes to Go to U.S. change which marked the Republican primary contest.'!- · v . Senator Duff (R-Pa) one of the most ardent Eisenhower supporters, cried jubilantly: "Eisenhower won-.a magnificent victory in Now Hampshire. Only the old guard and . professional manipulation no*.v stsr.ri between Eisenhower and a complete victory f o r - t h e party in November. "The sweep in New rfampshire yesterday will begin a sweep through the country. I am cohfi- dcnt Eisenhower will be nominated ahd overwhelmingly elected." Brewster said the preferential balloting which resulted in an Eisenhower victory of more than ..10,00%,Votes showed a "stand-off between Taft and Eisenhower." He sflid Eisenhower's victory in the contest for 14 delegates was "one by the party machine" In New Hampshire. "It is clear to me," he added, "that Tafl stands'to" win the nomination. · · T ' ·- : '· '· - ·'; ".West of 'the Allegrmriiw where the organization 'is largely with Taft, he has a decided edge." Oakland and, Zion Mrs. Hubert Dariner, Mrs. George Gulley and Mrs. Frank Terry are attending a meeting of the North American Baptist Association Wednesday and Thurs- .day at Oklahoma City, Okla., as representatives of the local.church. Mrs. Elliott' Warren, v/ho underwent an operation Monday at Fayetlevillc City Hospital, has been moved to the home of her sister, Mrs. Bessie Blake of Fay- ctteville. The Oakland Ladies Auxiliary was to meet Thursday at .the home of Mrs. Garland Ivcy for an all-day quilting. A cooperative luncheon, was to be served. Mr. and Mrs. Polk Bookoul were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Clark of Goshen.' Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hultz of Crane, Mo., were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Elza Hultz. They were accompanied home by Miss Florence Hultz, who had spent the past month here. Chief Warrant Officer and Mrs. Kenneth R. Ivey and children have gone to Fort Sill, Okla., where Mr. Ivey will be stationed. Sgt. Jim B. McChristian, who recently returned from Korea, will report to Camp Chaffee this week for re-assignment. Mrs. Verle Terry and children of Detroit, Mich., who have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A CIVILIAN Internee at a United Nullont prlsoner-of-wtr-cnmp In KorM, Lubov Dlmovi, 23, pnsc» with her 2',i-je«r-old daughter, Sophia.She said that she was worried about being sent back to tht B«di. Tht Russian mother hoptl (·marry formtr Army Cpl. 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Ycslcrrtay's operation took, three hours.. The surgeon declined to say when .its success could be determined. I Argentine Cir Unvellrd Buenns Aires-(/P|-The government unveiled tht first Argentine- rnade auiomobllt la«t njitht--a two-cylinder engine developing 23 horsepower. It is expected t o j do 60 miles an hour »nd carry four pass«nsers in sedttn body.. two-door Moit Electrifying Performance in Serttn Hiirory! JELLO 3' · 45-LB. STANDS Pure Lard S 5" OLEO 18' FROZEN FOOD Orange Juice 2 c,«, 29? Frozen Dessert £," 59* Kale Greens "9 27? Strawberries 12-oz. Pkg. CRISP, FRESH, TASTY FRUITS VEGETABLES FLORIDA JUICE ORANGES 2c each WINESAP APPLES lOc Ib. FRESH GREEN CABBAGE 5c Ib. CARROTS Bunches 15 GERBER'S Baby Food, 3 cans . . . 25 Hartex -- No. 2 Can Crushed Pineapple 25* IGA -- 46-oz. 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Sid* Square Phon*94 SUPER MARKETS PRICES ALSO GOOD PUILIC'S IGA MARKET, SPRINGQAJ^I, ARK. STORE No. 2 wWt'. \

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