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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 29, 1952
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tf- NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMtS, foy«n«vill»,Arfc«ntm, TuMdny, April W, 1952 Armed Forces Young Republicans May Be Major Factor Growth Of The Party In Arkansas, Young Convention Observers Conclude in Fayctteville, received i wvi-a Corps of the U. S. A r m y Tuesday in ceremonies in Theater Itoi'J, Fort Sill; Oltla, Lieutenant Jgby was a member of the 12th i · graduating class of 1he Artillery OMIcer Candidate School, which! riojwned n. February, 1351, fiflcr ·' ' · been closed since 10IG. national meeting). (Kditor's nnlc: One of the two writers of this article, juniors in Ffiyeltevillc High School, -will attend the national political conventions Ihls summer in Chicago as a student observer find will send stories from Chicago to the TIMES'. This weekend they at- tO/C. William J. Prince, son TM,| c n r | c rf (he stste GOP convention rjrj*«nd Mrs..J. Frank Prmce on jn U ( t | e n o r h in preparation for Houte 6, Fayctte-i yille, .completed £ 22-wec'k course t .ilnfantry Of- c'er Candidate School at Fort r B a n n i n g , Ga.,i ''. A p ' r i l . 21, anil jraduatcd as a ijetond lieutenant i n L . t h e reguloi A f m y infantry. $e--is a -graduate M U r U v c r s i t y JM(h : School and has been in Ecrv- t 12 months. By ALFRED TAVI.OR And EUGENE HENDERSON The state Republican conven tion which closed Saturday pie lured a more united effort » A/3C .Robert L, Glenn, son of llr, 1 and Mrs.. Siva Curtis of Fay- '-*ttcville, has been transferred to e : S51h Strategic Reconnaissance $q'uadrpn, stationed at McClellan .j(Lif : .Force Base, Calif. He.Is as- ilirned to the engineering section is 'an '. aircraft mechanic. The iftjusdron io responsible for galh- · $ring . weather information 1,000 «illes ; "ofl the West Coast. t, -·- .- ·_ ^ .___-'" "" TIMKS--It My. 1 PLAN TO BUILD CM Out MilirlaL Oil Our Print. Try Out S»rT|c«. D1TKE LUMBER CO. __. Ml SL ChitlM to break the nation from the present administration. New strength Is now showing In many of the parly's worn-out- 1 joints, which might lead Io surprising; victories. The convention was the large-it, except ior one, to be held in Arkansas, The republicans are looking forward to still bigger ones and a two-party system in Ar- The Young Republicans of Arkansas may be a big factor in the apparent growth of I h e parts. An address by L. B. Morgan showed the importance of such a group, pointing out that 50 per cent of Ihe voters-are under 4(f years of age and that manpower comes from the younger men. · And. the Republicans were told (bat the women must'noi be neK- lected. Mrs: Frank McGillicuridyV representing' the Arkansas Republican Women's Clubs, noting that women have to maintain family budgets, attacked the Tru- min. administration's 4D-tenl dollar, which may be a big issue in the,1 coming election. Throughout Ihe convention the Truman administration was criticized. Mrs. McGlllicuddy listed 25 "abuses" she said have · been heaped upon the people by the present administration. . The first day nf Ihc convention was devoted mostly to formal proceedings. There wasn't much opposing action. The delegates approve of the appoint- mjnts, n n d ' t h e parly harmony llyil Jeff Speck had spoken of, was prevailing. The first sign "' disagreement appeared when !the election of four d«lc«ates-nt-large. and four alternates to the national convention came up. The delegates nominated by the pro-Taft committee won by 258-131) over a second slate presented from the floor by Eisenhower 'supporters. In spite of his previous hints that he mlt'hl quit the race for governor, Speck, "an Eisenhower backer, accepted the nomination of the Republican party for that office. ~ Action «ga|n became warm in tHe close r«ce for nationil committeeman and notional commlt- tccwoman. 'Wallace Townsend and Mrs.. A. C. ncmmcl were re- 01---'or! t" ihese offices. The highlight of the convention vn5 tne upcecn'by Sen, Hobert A. Taft, who Is seeking. Ihe Republican presidential nomination. In fin invitation for Southerners to support the Republican candidate, he explained t h a t ' Southern public opinion clays largo role in shaping 'nation public opinion.. . . Senator Taft asserted .Ihat whoever the. Democratic ,ca.nrl!datc might he. he will not be able to vary far from the Truman policy. He Indicated that the U. S. is building up to Socialism and warned t h a t It the president Is given. more and more power we will soon be told how to run our state and local governments. 'Answering questions after his speech, Taft said: Tidelandfl oil Is a state problem; seizure of the steel plants only gave the government power to expand; foreign aid should not be extended past what it Is now. He also favored the present system of price support and a protective tariff not too high but competitive. The Republicans at Ihe convention look for a victory in Arkansas and the South. But Senator Taft reminded them the right kind of campaign must be conducted; Seniors To Present Three-Act Comedy In Root Gymnasium The Fayctteville High School senior play, "George Washington Slept Here," will be presented to- nisht at 8 o'clock in Root Gymnasium. The three-act Moss-Kaufman comedy is imdcr the direction of Francis 1. (jwaltney. Members of the east include: Ray Glles_ as Newtnn Fuller, who buys a "place In the coun-, try," Rosalie Bent as Annabelle, | Fuller's wile who thinks he has I lost his mind; Martha Brockway j as Madge, their daughter; Bill! Davis as Steve Eldridjje, Madge's boy friend; Lois Mitchell as Katie the rook, who is afraid to work in the kitchen because a horse wanders in and out; / Tom Brannlgan and Diana Wray as Clayton Evans and Rena Leslie, husband-wife stage team; .loe Richardson as Raymond, the Fullers' mischievous nephew; Hu?h Kincairi af Uncle Stanley, the traveling relative; .1. C. Morris, Gilbert Arnold. Anne Whitfieid, and Norma Kennan, teen-ago weekend guests of Madge; and William Myers as Mr. Prescott, a must be spirit and enthus- aroused In every county. th*rp iasm Dewey Davenport, chairman of the convention, said this election will,not be a pushover. West Fork Juniors To Present Play Friday West Fork-(Spec!al)-The junior class of West Fork High School will present its'annual play Friday evening, May 2, In the high school auditorium The class has at 0 p.m. chosen "Just Ducky," a three-act comedy, for production. The Mildred Karnes. manager Is Ray this year's prompter is Sound effects Landclius, and lights and curtain manager, Charles Doyle. The members of the cast are Hazel Curtis, .Janie Dolan. Roger Smith, Doyle Baker, Glenda McDaniels, Ruby Courtney,' Oren Rays, Ted Doke, Iva Sue Richardson, Louise Winn, O. L. Tanner, and Jim' McKnight. ' Privda Sees Red Cross As United Stales Tool ..-Moscow - (IP} - Pravda publish-- rt a vitriolic, half-page blast lo- day at the International Red Cross, which the United States had proposed should Investigate Communist charges that U. S. troops are wiglng germ warfare in Ko- V*«. The Comrnunlst parly newspaper termed th£ Red Cross an "obedient weapon in the hands of the State Department" and said the U.S. proposal fnr the inquiry was an "attempt to cover up the crimes of the.American interventionists In Korea .and China. Soviet U.N. Delegate .Jacob'A. 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Members of the production staff are Evblyn Schlecht, stage manager; Janet Walker, assistant director;) La Joyce Smith, property mistress; and Florence Thomas, prompter. It estimated that the cash in- corm/ of the average U. S. city worker is about twice as high as that of the farm worker. Texas Dance Group j To Perform At U. A. The Texas State College for Women modern dance group will be presented in a concert at the University Arts Center Theater Saturday. The concert will be presented under auspices of the women's physical education department at Ihe University. The Texas group has been acclaimed by critics as the most outstanding college organization of its kind. It has been compared favorably with professional dance groups with respect to skill of performance and choreography. 4-ertlm In the TIMKS--It Chrysler V-8 Siraloei Swlin, rmnn'mv minim- in Clam "F". 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