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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

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Thursday, April 10, 1952
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NMTHWBT ARKANSAS TIMIS, FoyeHevHIe. Artaww, Thu.%*?, Apr* fft Toft Backers Well Pleased With His Underdog Role In New Jersey Vote Next Week Trenton, N. J.-(yp)-Some of Sen. Robert A. Taft's campaign lieuten- ·nts are well pleased, privately, with the outlook for him in next week's New Jersey primary -- an election they say has been rigged Igainst him. The underdog's role which they claim for the senator, k by no means an uncomfortable one. . Their reasoning is that Taft has very little to lose in this situation ·nd-- should the unexpected happen'-- Everything to gain. Even a sizable total of popular votes in New Jersey for Taft would permit a "moral his backers victory." to claim Taft goes to the post next Tuesday against Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower and former Minnesota Gov. Harold E. Stassen in the GOP primary. The election has a preferential ballot, a "popularity contest," and it will name 38 delegates to ^the Republican convention. , The state organization slate, I headed by Gov. Alfred E. Driscoll, is listed on the ballot as unpledged. The governor, however, announced March 17 that he favors Eisenhower. When- he news reached Taft, he ealled DriscoU's statement a piece of "political trickery," tried unsuccessfully to have his 'name taken off the. ballot, and closed his headquarters in New Jersey. Officially, there' has been no campaigning for him in the state. Actually, however, a good deal of work has been done. Promiii Said Broktn Two supporters of Taft charged In prepared radio texts yesterday that Driscoll had made a promise to Taft to remain neutral' in -the ' presidential primary poll. The charge was made by industrialist Charles Edison, former Demo. cratic governor, and Albert W. Hawkes, former Republican U. S. senator. Driscoll denied the charge later in a broadcast. The Edison and Hawkes radio texts said Taft was given the t j e s promise of neurslity at a meeting with Driscoll and New Jersey GOP leaders, and that Taft therefore did not enter a elate of delegates in New Jersey. Hawkes followed the text in his radio address in Philadelphia. Bu in New York last night, Edison deleted the reference to the meeting in his address.. On the air, Edison laid only this on the issue: "Given to understand that the Republican state organizaion would remain neutral, Senator. Taft's supporters agreed not to enter a slate" in the pri mary. Edison explained later: "I deleted the paragraph from my broadcast remarks at the last moment b e c a u s e , information reaching me late today had created certain doubts as to the paragraph's complete accuracy. "Its deletion, however, In no way alters the fact that the spirit of the primary laws has been violated, as I set forth in the balance of my talk." ·niei PltdgM Broken Driscoll, purchasing radio time later last night to reply to Edison, declared: "No pledges were broken at any time under .any circumstances:" Driscoll said Edison, "has been sold a very bad bill of goods" and was "being misused by his friends." Earlier at Trenton, Driscoll had said there was a meeting in Washington in January, but that Taft's intentions for the New Jersey primary were not discussed. Taft today is in he position of having tried to withdraw from the race, of being on the ballot only because a New Jersey court denied permission to erase his name. He has no delegate candidates officially on the ticket, although 11 people claiming to represent him are candidates for seats. Hu Sum* Strtngh Taft is not without slrnnsh in the state. There are indications that he has wide popularity u sections of Bergen, Hudson, Atlantic, Ocean and Camden Coun Come In and See Us About Our Easy Payment Plan on Re-Modeling Your Home, Building New Garage, Chicken House or Milk Barm, etc. ALSO We Have Old and New Philco Refrigerators and Freezers Clifton Lumber Co. Phone 27. W*M Fork, Ark. Eisenhower's lieutenants are optimistic, but by no means overconfident. One of them pointed out that "the results of this election will be wide open for interpretation, even if it turns' out as we hope. If it comment." doesn't -- well, no Stassen, the only GOP candidate personally campaigning in New Jersey, declined to forecast he election results. He has a slate on the ballot. In the Democratic electon, Sen. Estes Kcfauver of Tennessee is the lone entrant. However, a number of the Democratic delegate candidates have said, privately, they would support Gov. Adlai Stevenson of Illinois if they were elected. Gregg College To Be Part Of Northwestern Chicago -(IP)- Gregg College, where- the widely-taught Gregg system of shorthand originated, was deeded to Northwestern University yesterday. It will become a division .of the University June 1. The McGraw- Hill Publishing Firm owns the college. Buckner REFRIGERATOR Ernst Von Erdmannsdorff is operating a small sawmill this, week, cutting boards for a broiler house. George Tonstill completed a new chicken house this week. It will be used lor a laying flock. David Rushing (titertained a group of friends with a wiener roast at Cove Crest Farm Monday night. Mr. and Mrs, Ed Ritchell and son, Billy, of Springfield, Mo., have returned home after spending- a week with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sell. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Johnson were Mr. and Mrs. John Benson and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sanders and children, Lana Jean and- Bobby, nil of Springfield, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Stover, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Spradling and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. Miller, and the Rev. and 'Mrs. Jake Drake of Fayettcville were guests Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hawkins. Plush Military Life Overseas Irks Senators O'Mahoney Panel May Seek To End .Luxury Services Washington -(/{*)- Irate senators aimed an axe today at plush living quarters, free servants, special trains, and other' luxuries for U.S. military personnel in overseas posts. If the Pentagon fails to curtail luxury living" fa/ U.S. occupation forces in Germany, Senator O'Mahoney (D-Wyo) declared, Congress will find a way to do it. O'Mahoney is p r e s i d i n g at j closed-door Senate hearings on | h e multi-billion-dollar a n n u a l ] defense money bill. He said he probably will offer an amendment calling for an end to free servants and special trains to recreation centers for U.S military forces in "ermany. Two Republicsn members of he purse-string committee, Fer- ;uson of Michigan and Young of North Dakota, said they will support O'Mahoney Young said the Pentagon in- ormed-him that 17,200 German ervants "or quarters attendants" vert being used by the military =st October 31 at an average piy 'f $37.50 a month. Young said he learned the rmed forces in Japan had hired vomen secretaries in Australia nd- supplied tnem v/ith f r e e apanese maids, q u a r t e r s and ransportation to and from Japan. He said free servants for both military and civilian workers in Japan ended last July 1. Ferguson said extravagant living in occupied .countries by U.S. representatives is "bad public relations" and "tends to soften up our armed forces." Senator Douglas (D-I11) said the "high living of military personnel abroad, particularly in occupied countries, not only is a source of great expense but produces resenttnent and hatred." BOSSES INDO- CHINA-Jean Lctourneau, 45 - year - old ex banker, has been named by the French cabinet to be high commissioner for French Indo-China. He has been acting commissioner since the dcalh in January of his predecessor, the late Marshal Jean de Laltre de Tassigny. Sprmgdale Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Clark of Los Angeles, Calif., are in Springdale visiting Mr. Clark's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Clark. | Mr. and Mrs. George Smallen of j ALL BOTTLED UP-Gale Fel- vcr, 5, of Rahway, N. J., isn't training for a strong-man act. He's carrying the newest thing in acid-resistant plastic bottles. The 13-gallon, 29-pound container, a big brother of the small spray-type cosmetic bottles now in use, is made by a Harltord, Conn., firm. Escondido, Calif., and Mr. Smallen's sister, Mrs. Ray Miller, of San Diego, are visiting Mrs. Ethel Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Samuel, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Harris and children, Dickie and Linda, all of Emma Avenue in Springdale. Norman Ivey of the Zion community south of Springdalc was taken to the City Hospital Tuesday morning in a Callison-Sisco ambulance. He will receive treat- ment for a heart ailment. The Thelma Ragby Circle of th Women's Missionery Society c the First Baptist Church me Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock a the home of Mrs. Virgil Dee Jones on West Emma Avenue Mrs. Edward Bcrner and Mrs Claud Krst taught two chaplei of the book, "Partnership With Christ." Others present were Mrs Frank Sharp. Mrs. Robert Harms Mrs. Robert Harris, Mrs. Ear Now Available M ham Tkrifleioiter lefri|«retln| Sytt*M TOO FAT? Your own doctor will tell you thot Wafex is absolutely Soft for Reducing AND Clinical Evidence proves Wafex helps you lose weight without dieting or feeling hungry Automatic AppllinceCo. It-M H. ·MOM IM Yes, show the Wafex label to your own doctor. He will tell you it Is absolutely safe for reducing--that it is a Food Adjunct, not a drug. Wafex, the discovery of a group of New York physicians, is more than safe; it actually makes you lose weight without dining or fMling hungry. And we mean, without dining. HERE IS THE PROOF Wafex was tested on group of really overweight people under the lupervision of several med- lc»l experti on obesity. Thlj group was Instructed by the doctors not to go on any upeclal diet, not to cut out any upeclal food, not to do anything except chew or tuck a Wafe* Wafer before eich meal, then eit until (atl.ifled. The reiulta were aitonlih- Infix lucceuful. Weight lone* of « to 10 Ibi. were obtained without any ill »ff«U tnd all nld they niver bad · tingle hungry-moment. H · w W«ft« it«pi t h a i ln| -- nr- rtnti ·v«r- ··tlnf! One Wafex Wnf- er h» the huiiKer-i8tliify!n!: capncity of Ib. bollci] politoes or 5 slicci or white bread or 4 eKKi. Yet onlv contain! 5 ciloricH. These «ame Wafex Wafen used by the doctors ore now available at Faycltcvlllc Drug Store. A month's supply costs only 13. Economy Size, 2 months supply, 15. You save $1. And you must late welBht. afiir.the very first bottle or your money buck. DOCTORS! Write on ynur let- t»rh*ad (or proltiilonal urn. pin and clinical data, Wafex, Inc, N. Y. Jl, N. Y. Mason, Mrs. Don Hatfield, and Mrs. Lymon Houston. At the close of the meeting refreshments were served by the hostess. The Woman's Missionary League of the Salem Lutheran Church met Tuesday night at-7:30 nt the church. After the meeting refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Lawrence Winkleman and Mrs. E. Weaver, and a social hour was held. Mrs. H. Bergcr was in charge of the program. Mrs. Lee Sanders, president of the Womans Civic Club, represented the organization at the fifty-fifth annual convention ot the Arkansas Federation of Women's Clubs in Little Rock Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Evangelists, singers and pastors of the Southern Baptist Churches in Washington. Madison and Bcnton Counties, ongosing in revival efforts, met Tuesday in Sprlhgdale at the First Baptist Church. The First Methodist Church I. conducting revival services eac night this week with services be ginning at 7:30. The Rev. H. M Lewis, pastor, has announced tha the public is invited. The Irene Branum Circle of th i Women's Missionary Society ' the First Baptist Church me Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clocl- at the home of Mrs. W. T. Pills Jr., on Maple Drive. Mrs. Gu Eidson taught three chapters the book they arc studying. Guest, present were Mrs. Ted Insco, Mrs Stanley Jordan,- Mrs. Lewis Epley, presides! of the W.M.U., and Mrs. John Moreland. Othci present were Mrs. R. J. Loyd Mrs. George Harner, Mrs. Landreth Loyd, Mrs. W. A. Hardest* and Mrs. Elmo Samuel. At the close of the mooting refreshments were served by the hostess. The Business and Professional Women's Club met Monday night in the lounge of the First National Bank. Mrs. Maudine Farlsh was elected president of the club Other officers elected were Mrs. Johnny Vaughn, first vice president; Mrs. Charles Sharum. second vice president; Mrs. Norman Vaught, Jr., recording secretary; Miss Gladys Gray, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Lcla Hudson, treasurer; and Miss Mary Kellers, retiring president, parliamentarian. Installation will be held jointly with the Huntsville club Monday night, April 21 at the Nest of the Chicken House with Dr. Nora Lindquist of Fort Smith, state first vice president, serving as installing officer. Prestressed Concrete New Construction Material; Tremendous Savings Claimed By HOWARD W. BLAKESLEE I the cables are jet to squeeze just New York-(/P)-Amerlcan guilders have a new construction ma- teiiiil, progressed concrete. To about to per tent of the American design of this kind, uyt there are tremendous MVinfj in building material*, both in steel and in concrete. Concrete ti talU to replace steel In placet where either ... .. , . . . _. reinforced or other types or «oe- hke the row of books. There are crctc wcrc ^ , nlc j,'" various methods of setting these ' " understand this, set a row ot | crctc. cables Inside of or along the con-1. The giving of a ring to Company, Mew 1 betrothal was a Roman custom. books on end on your desk, place! The p rc loud a . hand against each end of the | York City, which claims to do! A« ·««·. I. IW TIMM-lt M*. row. press together'and lift the | «===-- · -- ^^-books. HEAR Clyde Record PREACH Every Night Thi. Week Bethel Church 631 Mission St. That is prestresslnR. The books I in this case arc concrete in its va- j rious building forms. The two i hands are. high tension steel' cables. j The muscular pressure is iml-i tatetl by pro-stretching the cables; so that they pull like giant stretch- j ed rubber band?, ncainst the con- I crctc. j The science In this structural · work is to set the cables so that I they both hold the concrete to- . gether belter than its natural i strength and M tluit the pull of the steel works against whatever ! weight the cunm'to lias to i;tip- i port. j If they lire u:;t?d m a concrete! tank, they are wound arouml the outside, like barrel lumps, a n d ! their stretch presses the concrete I inward against the pressure ot i whatever the tank holds. j For concrete beam. 1 : and girders REVIVAL SERVICES April 6 Thru 13. 7:30 P.M. Dr. G, W. Morrison, Evangelist JOHN D. MITCHELL Music Director E. M. LOGUE Pastor HEAR THESE MESSAGES: "Ood'j Neon Slam," "InH.ll Twict Po«llbl«." "FIT* Thin*. God DOM oNI Know," "The Uniniw«r«bl« Qutition," "Wh« God Pulli Up the Curlain." Johnson Baptist Church JOHNSON, ARK. YOU CAN'T FOOL A FOOD TRUCK! ·RMMKRPKIMrw iARGAWNH it know.. *r.ight line delivery 'from Mr.. Tucker', home to your .tore is the shortest, .urert route to (arm-fre.hlTe.cfo/afc. flavor. More Ayr frequent deliverie. mean more ^'plea^e in every g o,d.nyeUow our-. "- MARGARINE. tVtKY "BUY"-WAY HAS A KICHT TO MEADOLAKE GOODNESS MAKfS IT AND DflfVUS HERE'S A SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY YOU* WANTS SUPPU 2 1 / 2 can Yellow Bonnet Peaches in Heavy Syrup . . . . 2 1 2 can Pears 35 303 Apple Sauce 14 2/ 2 can DELMONTE FRUIT COCKTAIl 303 Early June Peas 3for . . . , 25 Nice large Celery, 2 (or 19c Urge Lettuce, 2 Heads 29 Radish, 3 Bunches . 10c FLORIDA JUKE ORANGES, 2 doz. . . 45c 45' FRESH COUNTRY A4 , EGGS'doz. . 01 No 2 Can New Potatoes . . . . 13 303 Pork Beans'3 for . 2S TUNAFISH . 24 BACON SQUARES, Ib OLEOJb PURE GROUND BEEF, Ib 59 SLICED BACON, IB 39 BALLARD BISCUITS, 2 for . . ., 25 FRYERS, Ib 49 FARMER'S MARKET 120 West Center -- Free Delivery -- Phone 652 J

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