Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 19, 1952 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 19, 1952
Page 6
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fr-~MOCTHWiIT AtKANJM TIMH, NyttHvffl*, ArttanMt, Monday, M.y 1», 1»SJ Truman Urges Strong Civil ! Compromise Effort i By Forty Leaders I Appears Spurned ; W»5hlnglon-(/P)-iTfjiarnt Tni- .'rntn «pp*«rs to hive knocked In Mh* h«trt · plan by Demoerillr : Nitionil Chtirmsn frank E. Mo ! Kinney to compromise the p«rty- i splitting bitllc ov»r civil rl(hl«. ' Trumin'l cull in « Saturday nifhl jpeeoh to the Amerlfanii for Democratic Action for ennrtment of proposals ho has submitted to Congress has pet off a rtetfrmlnpd drive to wrifp » vigorous civil rights plsnk inln the Democratic platform at Chicago. Sen. Herbert H. Lehman o( New York, » member of the pro- convention p l a t f o r m drafting '· «roup. said he would "fight for a limns civil rights plank." · Two Southern nenator.i who op- jpse Truman's proposals tot a Fair .Zlmployrnent Practices Commls- iijon witn enforcement powers to prevent racial job discrimination, elld McKlnney had taken 'a conciliatory mtltude on the Issue that spawned the State Hlghti movement In 194(1. . Sen. Walter George of Georgia sild he doubts now that McKin- ne.v's view will prevail. "I hope the convention will adopt a plank something like that proposed by former Sen. Francl* Myers in 1948," George old, "But i( It adopts the 1(41 plank, the action will be very, very objectionable to the South." "M/ers had proposed * plank generally committing the party to advance civil rights, but Sen. Hu- btrt Humphrey forced through the 184S convention a atitement demanding action on Truman's legislative proposals. ;This caused a Dixie walkout and Was followed by « States Rights campaign that took 39 electoral votes away from Truman In South Carolina, Mlisliclppl, Louisiana and Alabama. ; Sen. Lister Hill of Alabama said he believes a compromise still It passible.. "The members of the rirnftlng committee are able, temperate, well-balanced persons who can work out a platform acceptable to the different viewpoints," he declared. 'McKlnney au|j«rvlsfd the iinm- Irlg of preliminary drafting committee described by other convention officials as down-the-mltidle. of the civil rights issue. Among ofhers, Rep. Brooks Hays of Arkansas, who has tnken the lead In trying to compromise civil rlghta legislation, was named to the group. The snti-Truman program viewpoint Is represented by Sen. John j. Sparkman of Alabama, Gov. Robert K. Kennon of Louisiana, Burkel D. Murphy, Atlanta attorney and associate of Sen. Richard B. Russell and others. .On the side favoring a vigorous civil rights plank are Lehman, Sen. Theodore Green of Rhode Island, Rep. William L. Dawson o( Illinois, Solicitor General Philip B. Perlman, and others. Humphrey, leader of the 1948 battle, was left off the committee, aa were his 1948 associates. But Humphrey made it clear In »n Interview he will put up another convention fight if the draft- Ing group retreats from the 1948 stand, He laid he doesn't believe trjere will be a Southern revolt In any event, Births Mr. and Mr*. Joirph P. Connolly Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Connolly of F«y»tt«ville announce the birth of twin daughter; May 18 in tlj* County Hospital. Mr. and Mra, Lloyd Nrljon Mr. and Mr». Llo.vrt Nelson of Hlndsville announce the birth cif a son May It in the City Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Taylnr Mr. and Mrs. fialph Taylnr of Fsyettevillft announce the hirth ol a son May 17 in thf Cily Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Kelchfr Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Krtrhrr t Prairif drove announce the hirth of a daughter May 15 in the Elizabeth Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Flod E. Gibh.ird Mr. and Mrs. Flnyri K. Gabbard of Faytilcville announce the birth of « daughter May 16 in the Eliubcth Hospital. Mr. and Mr*. Marvin W. Nell Mr. and M r - . Marvin \V. Neil of Springdsle. announce the hirth of a son May 10 in the F.liznheth Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. John Wolf, Mr. and Mrs. .lohn Wolfe of Fayetteville announce the birth »; a daughter, Mny 17, at the. Cilv Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Paul 0. Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Paul f). Kennedy of Faytttevlle announce the hirtii ol a HaiiRhler. M«y 16, nt the C*unty Hospital. Ml. an Mrt. Bobbr Om. Wllion Mr. and Mrs Bohby Gene Wll- fim of Slloam Springs announce th« Urth of a «on, May 17, at tht Cou.ity Hotpltal. ^ Mrf Mrt. OMTI* Kvrti ;Mr, and Mm. O»or«e Kurlr of riycttrvUlt tMtounc* I ha hirih of a ·dauihMr tktt «ornln| it Coun- Just once each season COOK'S have a Painf Sale that REALLY IS a Sale! 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