# Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 3, 1952
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Matte* By JOSEPH ALSOP Mineral Wells, Texas-There are lion; and further provided that oments w h e n TM hon ' NOKTMWIST ARKANSAS TIMIS, Foycttovfe, ArluMMl, TuMcfey, JUM f, tttt OLD AND NEW IN MARINE CORPS AIRCRAFT moments when an honest reporter must call a spade u spade, no mat, , --' ^- Â·Â·" "'ai- udine me H4 Q ter who would prefer to have it | convention. Th this county convention should; name the 144 delegates to the state ! of Sen. Robert A. Taft's personal representatives, the Texas delegation to the Republican N a t i o n a l Convention has been stolen lor the Ohio senator. And this steal has been accomplished by a sys- ing to sign a short pledge of Re-! publican allegiance. j Hence the precinct meetings! were plainly open, under the l a w ! and rules, to all independents or! former Democrats dosiring to be-! come Republicans and ready to! sifcn_the pledge. This was strongly I tern of rigging as grossly ri shon- i S ' K \ th Â° plodKe ' This was *lTMmrlyl est, as nakedly anti democratic, as I''"fT V^ ^"J^" ^ arrozantlv careless nf m a i n H i , . , 1 ' l n .. l p x a s, National Committee-; arrogantly careless of majority!TM,., rule, as can be found in the long ' f Z" elfel - " 1 ? a These are grave statements, but JDemocrats'orSndeDenden'tfdcsn-" ttey can be proved to the h i l t . j o u s of becoming Republicans to ^ e "^ p l f s t app TM a f. h 1S . l Â» t a k e "llcnd the Republican prednct he typical ease 6f Hams Coun-! meetings and vote for the candi- ty, which contains the city of date of their choice. Houston and has 144 votes in the I Republican State Convention. I Zweifel, who has run the Rep u b l i c a n party here like a small, cxc ' us " c bul P ret 'y nas ty club, In Harris, as in all other coun- CV r.|,,,,,.,, h ,,, ,, ties, the process of decline R e n u b , \f p y liean Slate Convention d e l e g a t e s ' !'f konC , dTwlthout 1he trcmcna was theoretically c o n t r o l l e d " ' "Â°- Â° f T Â° XaS s c n t l m c n t for G ifiert vntci-q-' clnctm n ,, i *h n ,,M mp:s Â· VerlMaai. P.luniii, Scarlet Sage and Many Oiher Flow- Â·ring Planti Â· Tomiio, Pepper and Ego Plants Â· Summer Blooming Buifai and FlowÂ«r Seeds A D A M S FLOWER SHOP Phonn 320 33 if, Block n. Republican precinct meet- May 3 were considerably! . b e t t e r attended than the s i m u l - j i taneous Democratic meetings, a!-' (hough the Democrats also had a! big f i g h t on. More than 22,000 peo- I pic turned out, where in the past; the Republicans could muster only \ a few hundreds. /.wcifel himself line! i m i ' e r l i n t o I h c ! - | C : - l M l t M l t ' l ' t i n u ' V . I l l t h e f'tl'K I h i - /ucif.-:-T,.!t ;:i...(!i-. .-IHI:.|.V , t h l i ' W i lit tl:i. I c - M l l v i-h-i'tCil F.:-.- c i i h u v i-r d,.:,-(Mlio;i " f i . , m I lam:. Cni,.'it.- :;:i'l ; i . i - : ' . l M: S'.i'.irl.:.' Â· Ni \l i l ' i v . ll:i- h . ' i l i ' i - l n i ' k i ' i l CI.M- Â· !'j|- thrn:M-l\ c; nil m i;o(.r Tin-: :'. 'he . I'CT.i-mnf'l 1 . l'l;il ort-i- ' r e \ ' i ^ . ;inii llns i n.". lh.it T.-.ft n'..ili.i!:- T,;i lll;::ili iillil l'.];.- IIiv.-i- Â·A.ir:n:v rn- u . i . i - i l . : in\'.-|H ; t h e c i - ' C M t ( werp weekend cu'-st* of Mr. and Mr;. F r n ' t Von F:rdmannvlor!f ni'l Mr. and Mrs. Frank L/mg- ll.f C a n l m . i l - C . l a n ! g a m p s ;,t St ni!,i Ilr.ikc. Ciifi.-.n Bnsgrl!. Ili.h- i-il Million, Dimslin Mli'i'in, Kir! Th.- I l l - " Y .! f..ur.! ' r.poi-,1 t h e u v c k ' - i v l ;i! . l e n k " , Ok!a . - . i h e t e IT- p i ~ - , f h ' - ' 1 ;it t i n - I l a p t i s * . C h i n c h (;i!e,fi of Mr ,-uid M i s . C l a i i . 1 A t k i - . i ' . n S - i n i i r . u Â· Â·,,Â· t ' l i - i r Â· Harrison spent the weekend wtth Mrs C l l f l n n Ba((Â»tt and children. Mr anri Mrs. Jack Couch ni Mr Cine Boyd and children, Loy and D a n n y , v;ere Sunday fu*tts of Mr. and Mrs. Bird Ritchie of - I'.Vfl I l l K i ' ! \Vh : li.i-v I the I'.- i i i i o i i l v f o u i i l h a v e ':',.ii niclil In n a n . e I h i - I I . u i i-. I v rl|.!i.^:itii.n. ; i i " i c p h r d p i r - t t v r o n f u - i o n : m.'t i l i . n ' t 1,i:".' . Mm inir n:;ht a l o n g u r h i! " ill' 1 Buckuer I l n r r i s C o u n t y t h e wholly urn-oil-: hn(l Â«*' h o ; i - HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Broiler Hatchery P. O. ftex 193 Â«r TÂ«kphÂ«nÂ« 3129 ArkaniH FORTY YEARS OF PROGRESS in Marine Corps aircraft Is illustrated In the phntos above. At top Is U. A l f r e d Cunningham's plane, the "Noisy Nan." which represented the modest b r g i n n i n c * of the I,e.-itlicrm-rl;s' inr u-ing. At bottom is the Fairchild R4Q, already linttlc-prtivcd in Korea, \ \ h e i o it has become the U. NVs The result, in precinct a f t e r pro- , biggest mover of personnel and supplies into forward combat areas. (fiueniaiiona! i'ciimi/JiLiioj cinct, was defeat for the astonish-! _^___.__" ._."...'. "" '_ '" ' " ' ' ' ' cd and- appalled pro-Taft leaders! Â·-Â·----.-:.--Â·Â·-. _ --.-Â·-..-Â·. ..-__Â·.:;Â·. _ Â· Â· . Â· Â· - -- . -- . r.-.-.-ri-_-~-r_-.-.- ...-...of the Republican Old Guard, nnd | Mrs. Carl G. Sterns. 17S voters to t h e c o n v e n t i o n , Mr::. Stearns the election, under the law a n d ; were present, and Mrs. Stearns i ran an iid-.crtispmcnt in the nrv.-r- rules, of pro-Eisenhower p r e c i n c t ! and her h u s b a n d rallied a r u m p nnpcr.-; i n v i t i n g a l l friend* t representatives to the H a r r i s of only 27. County Republican Convention in Tnc H a r r i s C o u n l v R e p u b l i c a n a certain number of precincts. ; C h a i r m a n , Joe J n g r n h a m , is a The pro-Taft Old Guardsmen strong Taft e n t h u s i a s t but a f a i r then organized walk-outs and minded man. when the reUiins "Â·Â·Â·Â·Â· . . . S I M , , ..m.nn , i m l ,,,. ,,,,,.,, r u m p precinct meetings. In Pre-' were certified from the precincts.' proposed In arcrpt t h e m a j o r i t y pro\-p [ c i n c t 38, for example, w i t h 340 he appointed a c o m m i t t e e of me, verdict, much as he di.'.likrd it. ~ Â·persons a t t e n d i n g , the vole went composed of three pro-Trft Ro: Almost a!! Hie clrctc-'I rcpro- ' almost two-to-one for Eisenhower, p u b l i c a n s and. two pn-Fii:,enhu\vc: :;cnlativci to t h e c o n v e n t i o n pro- i More t h a n 100 of the pro-Taft | men, to consider all contests. This Kiscnho'.ver nnd pro-Tail r u m p or ' v o l c r s accepted the majority ver-1 committee found t h a t 146 pro- legal, joined w i t h I i i K r a h a n i in ; d i r t , but a w a l k o u t of six persons Eisenhower representatives h a d ' l e g a l l y del-tins a pro-Ki;enhnÂ«Tr was led by a hanger-on of Zwei-'becn duly elected to t h e C o u n t y delegation to "the Stale t'nir.rn- , felX Pat Doyle. ; Convention w i t h o u t any 'onte::'/tiun. H u t ]\i--5. sv-anis a n f i her This six man walk-out made whatever; lhal 1!) pro-Taft rcpre h u f b a n d . led a v.;ilk-out. l.,n:i !v scntativcs had also l/crn d u l y rompo.-ed Mr. and Mi-: irl i-hil.lmi. f; J rif H a r r i s o n . 'AT ; of Mr. and M r - Â· r l l l i ' l l - d ill 7 :ill of Mr. .'ir.d Mr:' M i l l i . n llov.l Mic:it Ihc \\-eekcnii hi'rt I f . - i m i l v . I C a n i l v n Sue H a l l , d a u g h t e r of 1 Mr. and Mrs. Glen H.'lH. ha- h-ra ! r r l u i i i f d home from a r a y e l t e v i l l e ; l i f i s p i l a l where she war. t r e a t e d for . ... ^.__._..^ ! Mr. and Mrs. .Tolin K e l l y am! : H a l l f j h t o r s , M a r y and M a r t h a , of emphasis on the key fact t h a t in Amion-on. M rcli-hr-ii ,l:iik l l u u h e s . -s v i l l In- I-..0'. ro. a! Hie hninc . F. .1. C o u n t " of W i i - h i l . i . K.in.. w i t h his w . - i t f l - w i t h th" N a v y , .mi 1,'nheM , ( ;.,! I..-.r;-::n A t k r ^ o n . . ( K . I V I ' I I I ' V I I I " . Mr-:. I v h t l i Cmii'ti ,-,n,| Mrs M h / . i l f - t l l Tianiii!.'! wen 1 pui'sl-! of M i " . A!ii!ii--tii K r i i - d i i i . i n of Fay- M r , iuul M r - F.len F.l/i,' are s p r i i d i n i ; Hie w.-elt w i t h Mr. nii'l Mrs. It'inii- M r K l h a n i ' V a n r l Mr.-.. F.inin.iliin- F.lrie nf H ' l n t s v i l l f M r . a i i r l Mi-':. Rayni'mtl Ki-ller a l t e i i ' l i - H m e i n o i i i i i services a t i'|-o-..r-: . S i i n d a v . M i s I . i l h e Mr,oi-ni;.m, u ho ha? heeo l e . - u l i i n g in t l . n |Va R u l g e M-llool:-, has r e t u r n e d hnmr; fo r t h e M i n i i i u T Floy.l l l . - i i d i n l e f t M n n i l a v f o r \Vic!iila. K.m . whi.'ip he w i l l bp emp'r.M-d h\ a n a i r p l a n e i n a n u [ a c t t l n i ) ^ enliipaiiy. Mr. and Mi:;. Chester House of BaHery To Lajl Atrto'j Lifetime Is Sought A t i i n t i c City. N. J.-l/Pi-Ttit .ml') i.'irhiKtrv's electrical experts ; t i l l ;u(! .n'okiiiR the battery that Â· Â· ' i l l l.u.l the l i f e of your nutomo- i - i l " Ha'.lory m a n u f a c t u r e r s have m.i'lo trrmf-ndouf progress In in- r n ' v i n ^ r f f i c i m r y , performance .Hid l i f e of ^tnniep batteries, but 'hey h.'ivr.'i yet discovered how c o m p l e t r l y to h a l t th* effects of chi'mir^l r.nd t e m p e r a t u r e i-h.'inEf".-. n v r - r - r h a r R i n d and owner n r K l r c t . B i i l i r r y enijinerrs, reporting on .Â·irlv.'iiicrs in recent yearn, told the Sni'ic'ty of A u t o m o t i v e Engineers totlay lh.it b.-ittrry cnnlclnn ca- pnatir-s h.-ivo br.-on increased by u-i-II ovi-r SO per cent and that Â«ub- ;t;mti.il ariv.inros have b e e n achieved in increasing rÂ»tw a- pacitii.'s w i t h o u t enlarging the lize of the batteries. Y c r n r n in the southern part of t h e A t V i i a n peninsula is believed to h a v e hern the home of the queen nf .Shd).v ; .Sun- . t e n d t h e County C o n v e i r i o n . v.-he- ther they had any r i r h t to lu- Ihere or not. \\'hen t h e C o u n t y Th Coin ention opened. County C h a i r - m n n y man I n q r a h a m i n d i c a t e d t h a t he made I m a j o r i t y of pi i?i out l n : ; r a h a i n ' s e f f o r t whah.-u-r i m p u g n his fads. day of Mr. and Mrs. id M r s . M y r t l e W.-IRI Mr.Â«. Flossie O r a k r - Kry ;md Mrs. Precinct 38 the subject of a con- electcd w i t h o u t contest; but that Â·v.-ho had ari- in'iiiL'lil. This p i o - T a f t i h i t e v.-lth- he .uy.hin:: e l : Â· the Taft rump was a cozy group | to sit and vote in the C o u n t y Con- f-xcopt l h e order:: of t;ie j.!;ito l e a d , _ _ --, vention was never questioned b y . c r s h i n to keep Texas in t h e T n f t In the home precinct of the Zwei- anyone, hart a clear m a j o r i t y of c o l u m n by any m e a n s an'l at all test. Other typical contests were "^^*. -,H.."M. ^-.n..-,., . in Precinct 176, where 476 persons j 69 places were in dispute. attended the precinct meeting and | - ' -four walked out; and in Precinct' Hence, the unconlestcd Fisen- 70, where 269 voters attended a n d j h o w e r representatives, whose ritrht of Mrs. Dora Si-lllrs v i l l e . Leonard Prmperton, nml Troy l e s a l i t y in the H a i r i s I'empirtoi! of SI. I/.uis and Leon C o u n t y pi-ecim-t im-etincs and con- Benson of S p i m g i i a l e a i e I;IIO ; ,K v e n t i o n . ,\'o nni- a r i i u n l t h a ! t h e ,-,r ( h e i r un.-le a m i a u n t , Mr. and Kisenhower force-, had not e a r n r - d Mr-;. O w e n .lohiisno Ham:: C o m i t y hv an enormous The Hev. .lake D i a k r m a r g i n -- l h e a c l u a l licurc v.'as I B . - . e t l e v i l l e d e l i v e i c d boll 711(1 to 3.7WI. The only .Â·ii-jrumenl sermons at the Bapti.-l made was t h a t a n u m b e r I.uiicln-nn was served H a r r i s C o u n t y K i - . c n h . i w r r "rounds. were the e x - D c i r o r r a t s Mr. and M r y . Har.selt I . o n q f t r e i N.'itioml C i i m m i t t e n n a n and son. 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