Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 24, 1952 · Page 6
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April 24, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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Eisenhower Hands Tqft Men Icewater Treatment ,"· By JAMES MA :WW Washington -(/Ti- There's prob- ,,^J)ly nothing so galling at Ihc icc- tV*ter (rcalmcnt. which' ia what SE'scr.hower has hum giving the {Tart people. - . . : i He hasn'l much, hair left, and (hey may be able to mus? it before this is over, hut llicy haven't been able to do it yc(. Not even w i t h the 21 questions which they've now produced and to which they "denund". an answer from the general. He's Ignored them. · Asked It he thought the £cnor,il might. answer, one of his closest advisors here laughed: " W h y should he?" Thlt must rMkc sense in the General's advisers since ..e's been doing pretty well by keeping his mouib shut. While everyone knows Internationalist'in foreign I for years: Talking on every sub-|howBr to answer: "Do you apt he's an alfoirs, few have any Idea of where he stands on the multitude of current domestic problems. These limes are so troubled l h a t many people have almost violent opinions on a host of subjects. Nevertheless, he's rolled up big | The man who steps up and speaks vcrnl etales. w h i c h ; h i s piece, .like Tail, may make voice - i n Eti\'- · · · mlfiht indicate that in troubled j friends but is bound _ limes silence brings its --wn re-! enemies, as Tafl has clone. to m a k e ward. It might also mean i lot of pso-, iplc like and trust him without j knowing exactly what his domestic thinking is, and no matter what The general will be placing all his hope for the' nomination on exactly that point it he remains quiet u n t i l Ihc Republican convention in .July. H will be ironic if he succeeds that way over Senator T a f t , who has been doing just the opposite: The. general has been able lo avoid this unpleasant f a t e in the midsl of h i s . quietness. But he wouldn't avoid it long if he attempted to answer the 21 questions, the Taflilcs thrc'v at him.' The first one Is a dilly lor Eise provc of t h e firing of Cental MacArlhlir?" There are some other beauts in the list. -For instance: "Are you for an Increase or- reduction in social security benefits?" 11 he says he's for an-lncrcase he may win friends among old people but make enemies of those opposed to paying higher taxes so old people can ret higher benefits. IS he says he's for lower benefits, he gets the old people on his neck. lie may be nbie to continue right up to convention tirne--and get the nomination--without saying more than he's said so far. But once the convention ends and he has to start to campaign, it's unlikely that he will, or can, keep quiet on the big .problems and sore points at hom«. Oakland and Zion Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Danner visited Mr*, and Mrs. Lee Cate of Springdale S u n d a^r afternoon. Mrs. Calc, who suffered a heart attack Thursday night, is seriously ill. 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