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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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Wednesday, June 11, 1952
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IT AtKANSAS TIMIS. hiyMMvilt*. ArlnuMM. WodiMtday, June 11, 1952 'aft Forces Control Convention Machinery, ·our Key Posts Go To Senator's Supporters heard from committees on finance, enrollment, Christian education, and resolutions. Buckner t (By Th« AsiocitUd Press) · 3 Sen. Robert Toft's forces today i M u, k .i n n l fc*ld the controls, throttle and TM L r: lpl .Mrtkes of the Republican convcn- could put a man machinery--an union of pns- TOle bitter-end fight over disputed Allegations. ""Here was the lineup, adopted by t h e c o n v e n t i o n Arrangements Committee at its final meeting in Chicago yesterday; Keynote speaker--Con. Douglas IflacArlhur, a supporter uf Tall and a critic of Taft's chief r i v a l for the GOP presidential noinlnu- ' tton, Gen. Dwlslit Eisenhower Keynote Watched ! Final Services Of. I Assembly Scheduled Bill Tuck of Fort Smith spent the weekend here with his family. Bob Drake, Wayne Hinkle and Loy Boyd arc in Garden City, Kim., working in the harvest. Miss Collene Howcll of Kansas guest weekend guests of "Mr. and Mrs. Willis Drake. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Hinkle tor the past week have been Mrs. Hclene Fitzgerald of Cotton Plant, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Andrews and son of Fort Worth, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Homer McBroom and son, and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hinkle of Dead Horse Hill. Floyd ,Hardin spent the week- I end with Mr. and Mrs. A. Hardin I of Stilwell, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cdtich, Mrs. Elizabeth Trammel, and Mrs. j Edith Couch were .guests of Mrs. Audio Sharp, Miss Annice Fritz, and Miss Nannie Fritz «f Wesley . porary and then the permanent, will ii.'tve plenty of power when disputes hit the floor -- disputes such as whether to K"HI' pro-Taft or pro-Elsenhower delegations. The Arrangements Committee's fiction drew mixed renction from words what the party stands for.! The 2.3rd annual stale Baptist And the chairmen, firs'- the tern- [ Young People's Assembly wont into its final day today at the Central Baptist Church here. About 350 persons arc attending j the meetings. Temporary r h a i r m n n -- Waller S. I f i c n n h n w i - r muter-; Sum" said they ·H.Hannn of W«t Vlrelnlj, another | ^TM'Z,p pn "n erl i,ui «pect lair e , Mr. and Mrs. Tom Paris are : building a two-room addition to i Iheir home on the Wyman Road. i Guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. ! Vernon Belotc were Mr. and Mrs. Tat urn and children, and Tlft booster. Platform C^.mm.tlec chairman-Sen. Fu C ene M llik . ,f Colorado, for Taft also. The f o u i l n key post, permanent chnlrnim., went to nep. Joseph W. M u r t l n , , o h j, J h j ,, n «. Eisen . to com, , ,, , , . . Army s;ilcl It would take no MOL Robert A. IWt... § ** The Taft camp called th* signals hen the Arrangements Commlt- HH put together ths mun mid tne Jbbs for the July 7 convention nl \Thlcigo. Jl was notice that the Qhioan, whose offer to compromise £n. contested delegations in the qtputh was rejected by Eisenhower tfrcmpaisnor?:, was ready for a no- ·piartar battle. ,£Of the 1,193 convention delegates 'Ut of a total of 1,200--already «n, the AssocJHted Press tabu- tlon now gives Taft 404, Eisen- ijver 390, and uncommitted or puted 209. Nomination requires I and in a squeeze the contested legations--such as those from Louisiana. Georgia and NKD A NEW ROOF? ASUSTOS SIDING? . No Memy Down Ceir Menihlr Pir~"'« DYKE LUMBER CO. Ml It. ChnlH SUPER! ; WMlhtrproof itod FInprooi BvautUul Colors , PHONE 3031 FOR FHEE ESTIMATE CLARK VENETIAN 1LIND AWNING CO. U wiiiiai he would wcftr civilian clothes. Th« keynoter for the Democrat!*: convention July_ 21 jit Chicago, Massachusetts ~ ~ took a crack party a c t i v i t y of Mac-Arthur, Eisenhower and Lt. Gen. Albert Wedcmeyer. Daver told New York Democrats last night that the three generals are fighting for control Gov. Paul Devcr. at the Republican of the GOI* menace of Wedemeycr and compromise "the military junta." is chairman of the National CHlzcns-For-Taft Committee. W. Averell Harriman, a candi- drite for the Democratic presidential nomination, also voiced an opinion about the Republican pnrty. In n Phoenix, Ariz., address, he said GOP now stands for "grim old pessimists." He sId the Republican pnrty has been captured by "the weepers and the wallers," whereas the Democrats have a positive program. Another candidate for the Democrats' top spot, Sen. Esles Ke- fauvcr of Tennessee, addressed n rally in Washington, D. C., last night where he and Harriman are battling hcntedly tar the capital's six Democratic delegate votes. Candidate! SB* Delegates Elsenhower, meanwhile, was continuing his sessions In New York with delegates and others he hopes to win over to his side. On his conference program today were John Foster Dulles, an influential Republican as yet uncommitted, and delegates from New Jersey, Now York and Maryland. A Taft spokesman said the Sep- ntor also is conferring with delegates. Kcfauver's tally of 246 delegates is tops among Democrats. Sen. Richard Russell of Georgia is second with SOVit, followed by Hamman's 85"^, with R16 needed for nomination. This Associated Press tabulation, like that for the GOP race, is based on professed and conceded alignments of the delegates so far named. Tall, Flashy Nan Sought In Baby-Sitter's Death Syracuse. N. Y.-(/P)-Pollcc today Bought n "tall, flashy" mnn for questioning ,n the death of n blonde, 16-ycar-olri baby-sitter, whose bruised body wns found in n swamp. The body of Alice Richardson clad in a b.ithlng suit, was fount esterday by a motorist, fhrcr- coys after sho had left home to go swimming. Police snifl a noixh- bor had told them that Alice had mentioned lending money to it man. Mrs. Louis Mariano said she had seen the "tall, ilark-rom- plexioncd and flashy" man onte, police said. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Howell and children, and Mrs. Edith Terry, This afternoon there were reports: all of Kansas City, Mo., were Services wore throughout the day. Late yesterdiiv llic group voted to hold iis 1953 mealing on the Southern State College rumpus at Magnolia, Ark., with' the Calvary Baptist Church ther church. They selected the .Mr. and Mrs. Guy Tatum and s c h e d u l e d ! C j 1 ji c ] rcni a ]| O f stigler, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. Othal Cole and son df Kenna, Okla,; Miss Freda King of Elkins, and Miss Roma Lee Jones of Stigler. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson were Mrs. Ida Barclay of Little Rock, and Mrs. Dick host Rev. Nathan Wright, pastor of the First j rjomplon and sons of Lonoke. They Landmark Baptist Church, Sheri; attended the graduation of Bill dan, to bring the a n n u a l .sermon at | Compton from the University. Magnoliu, and named the R e v . ' Mrs. Eula Osborne, Mrs. Emma Clarence Williams, pastor of Lit- j Sharrock, and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Atkisson were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester At- tie Elm Baptist Church, Farmington, as alternate. Speaker last niirht was the Rev,' kisson of Rogers. Richard Akins, of the i'aulinc' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lairla- Baptist Church, Monticcllo. To-j more and daughter spent Sunday day's morning scrmnn was by the; at Charleston with relatives. Rev. Dan M;ilorh of the Hephzibah Baptist Church, Kmrrson. TONIGHT «,n, s.1 HERE IS ANOTHER APOLLO ° FIRST SHOWING COME AS YOU ARE -- THAT'S RIGHT -- TO OUR CLEAN AIR-CONDITIONED COMFORT Of courie-for those who want to taka a bath and clean up--they'll really enjoy this fineit in Theatre Entertainment. U A R K HOW SHOWING LATE NEWS · CARTOON PALACE Fighting Conqunt ol Gr»t CARTOON SHORT O Z A R K ENDS TONITE -- 1:05 . 3:05 - 5:10 - 7:19 - S:!0 "SKIRTS AHOY" · Esther William! Teihnicolor STARTS THURSDAY -- You'll Lov. This One! Tht Story of rfPPfe'·'.'' 'M"ii't""*"*firth'.- tf» On* and Only DIZZY DEANI DAN DAILEY · JOANNE DRU MTEHCWB · Mi · J i l l · liU · Till · liM 0 CARTOOK 10VE AND LIFE WERE CHEW...WHEN QUANTREU'S RAIDERS BLAZED A TRAIL Of TERROR ACROSS THE WEST! A4d*d-N*wt - Cartoon and "Midnight Soranad*" Special Shirt Selection for Father's Day SHIRTS Big Stock OF WHITE DRESS SHIRTS Complete Line of Sizes TRUVAL DRESS SHIRTS 095 TRUVAL SEERSUCKER SPORT SHIRTS . . . . GUYMONT NYLON SHIRTS... $|95 $449 S. SIQf SQUARI PHONE 275 BUY YOUR TELEVISION From a Television Service Station SMITH RADIO SHOP Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Raymond Keller | visiting their grandmother, Mrs. Rhoda Jackson of Aurora. STRAIGHT iOUKION WHISKEY INI UIIKM MH»W» COWm. MK. · ««"·. ·"· spent Sunday at Combs. The Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Counts Used by thousands in reducing spent the weekend at Jenks, Okla. I diets--Junge'i Roman Mea! Bread. · Charles and Dewey Jacluon are 11-19-tf. 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