Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 19, 1952 · Page 7
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 19, 1952
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Mamie Eisenhower Not Talking Politics, But Has Yen To Settle Down Someplace Dcnver-tfl')- Mamie Eisenhower \6urfcdDrinte BWlPfewPr re fefffir Thanfte SqarVfaUse! would like to "unpack my furni- I lure someplace and stay forever." i But, for the record, she's not say- ins if she'd like to be the nation's- j first lady or whether she has any ! ideas on how to play homemaker, ; i n the White House. j j The lady w i t h the bangs, who! ipooh-poohed the idea that she' might be starting a new fad w i t h 1 her haircut, talked with four g a l s j from the press yesterday. | It wasn't a "press conference," said Mamie. It was just a "little Set-together over a bottle of Coke." Such things as the affairs | of the nation and the chances of I her Ike (Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower) becoming the Republican presidential candidate were strictly out. Instead, she sat down in the executive suite of the Brown Palace hotel and chatted about her grandchildren, French dress desifrners, recipes and her engagement rings. Mamie revealed that Ike proposed to her in a note he sent from his Army post in Texas. He gave her a replica of his West Point rini; shortly before they were married which later was trans-I ferred to her risht hand in favor of more conventional diamonds. For 37 years she's been "follow-; in? him around the world," and j the lonuest they've been separated is three and a half years durins! World War II. That was while the : freneral was in Europe and she; was living near Washington, D. C.! Sen Her Mother i While Eisenhower is busy s t a r t - ; ing his campaign, Mamie is spending her time with her mother -- ' who maintains the old f a m i l y I home here. Son John will be leaving in about ]0 days for a K o - j rean assignment. Mrs. Eisenhower: makes no speeches. She hopes t n i keep that record. She explained! that if she accepted one such in-! accept them a l l . That, she con-i eluded, would be "quite physical-1 iy impossible." [ Mamie receives "about 5(1 or 60" letters a day and until recently she's tried to answer each by longhand. Her mail ranges from requests for souvenirs to be auctioned off at church bazaars to the I - collect - such - and - such would - you - please - send - me one - of - same. JWITHWIST ARKANSAS TIMIS, Faveftev.fle, Artamm Thursday, JUM If, MS* There are no red-haired races of man. Night Temperatu 10 Degrees Colde Corvallis, Ore.-(/P)-A layer of cold air which somriimes hover* a few inches above ginunrf al nijrht may be responsible for crop damage or loss by frcp?.inp. even when a thermometer posted at a higher level fails to register k i l l - ing temperature?. Kxistence of this mysterious nocturnal cold layer was c o n f i r m ed by Richard C. Hubloy, University of Washington weather researcher, and reported to a meot- ical Society. First observed in Jnriia 1^0 years ago, the nocturnal colrl layer ori-' f i n a l l y was Ihou.qht to be a local or regional phenomenon. Two years of experimentation by Hubley at Seattle with highly sensitive instruments demonstrated i t s ' presence there and yielded evidence that it probably occurs al-' most everywhere, j Only In Clear Weather re Is Sometimes ! Turies To 5lop The ii r i M «« Universe Conlesf r Near Ground : Aneclrs w;mt- Huhley found t h a t the cold l a y - er appears only in clear weather and when there is l i t t l e or no wind. Rut :* develops at a l l SM- Hubley found I h e coldest I f v r l f w o inches ahovr crnund. ftr.iri- injfs (here \vere five degrees colder t h a n the air just above the soil surface. From t h a t level the air warms g r a d u a l l y w i t h height until at 40 inrhrs above the s u r f a c e Miss I ' n i v o i r b e a u t y p;tgc.,i)1, n i-onloM srimluln-l 1m J u n e 27 ( -,, u | *!fl In w h l r h b P A U l l f s from 30 na- day, char^n* th*»y ftol« tt* idea lions nrn ontcrrH. · f, )r the contest from him. B«id« N.tbc.iiib sued the pageant'* ! the H*ma«M. he asks that the show :rncr;i! manager, Orar M e i n - , be caller! off. · n i r l i . ftnrl its 5f*Tfl;uv-lrr;isur!r.! M r i n h n r r l t naif! trier* fc "no ·rt Nflbp.iub! J n h " M l | lrr.^or JTywo.OOO yestrr- · ropyriRht nn thf name.* to stop t h e ' "-··-·' 7 - r ; "' : - - · -···"-·"·: --.-·_-.---.-. .- _- . -- mark. This means thai a thermometer placed three or four feet above ground may f a i l by a wide measure to detect k i l l i n g temperature? two inches to n foot above the surface. Why the cold l^ye 1 ! 1 develops it- not yet known. Huhley thinks ra- d i a t i o n has something to do with it. A search now is being made f n r , factor;; which may be responsible.! DEWBERRIES ARE HERE! WamunBT SOIINS SWABS MAKE JAM AND JELLY WITH SURE-JELL* PECTIN TODAY! ·A natural fruit pectin prednet! VEGETABLE HAS A RIGHT TO MEADOIAKE FLAVOR MAKES IT BtTTfR^/ _ _ , AND onivfRS irVf#5r/Ej//A^ CREAMIEST " IN JHC WORLD! Just Received! 180 PAIRS SUMMER SLACKS · Rayon and Acetate · Gabardine · Rayon - Nylon · All-Wool Tropicals · Wide Choice of Styles · Crease-Resistant · Sizes 28-42 $ 4:99 t. $11.95 Alterations Free Only Exclusive Men 1 a Store on the Square tures that can turn a simple into an inspired family treat. Question Of MacArthur's Keynote Talk Violating Army Rule Examined; He Has Made Eight Speeches Critical Of Truman By JAMES MARLOW V/ashington-(VP) - Anyone who has followed General MacArthur's career for the past year may be a little puzzled by the rumpus over his making the keynote speech at the Republican National Convention in Chicago. There is an Army rule t h a t an officer l i k e M a c A r t h u r , on active duty, cannot participate in "activity at political conventions, or on political committees, the making of political speeches. When General Eisenhower came to campaign, he went on the retired list. This left him free to run for the presidency or make political speeches since the A r m y rule covers only officers on active duty. Taft Control* Convention Last week Senator Tnft gained control of the GOP N a t i o n a l Convention machinery throuRh appointments made by the Republican National Committee, which at the same time picked a Taft supporter for keynoter, General MacArthur. This at once raised a question which, to Ihosc who have watched M a c A r t h u r nr listened to him tor the past year, might seem more academic than real. It was this: Would Ihe Army-or the Truman administration -let MacArlhur, an officer on active duty, get up before the convention and make a p o l i t i c a l .speech, perhaps plugging Taft for the presidency ? i The President ha? kept hands off, at least publicly. It w o u l d ' hardly be bright politics if he slapped M a c A r t h u r down a g a i n . and in so doing not only created' fresh sympathy for him but votes for the Republicans. The Pentagon showed no eagerness to rebuff him, either. Yes-' terday it disclosed how it could let Mac Arthur, an ofticer on active duty, do what the rule books says an officer on active duty can't do; make political speeches. MacArthur Technically Retired | The Pentagon said that while , Mat-Arthur technically is on active duly, he is really in a retired slat- i us--like Eisenhower although ! not formally, because he hns no command and no present military responsibility. In the lighl of MacArthur's previous speeches, there's a question still not answered: · When is a speech a political speech? Only at a convention? Or is it political whenever it's made if it attacks a political party in an election year and the speaker not only supports the opposition hut , might even be its candidate? j Since his recall from .Japan i M n c A r l h u r has made eight major I 'speeches. The tone has been i n - ; creasing] y critical of t h e T r u m a n ' administration w i t h o u t m e n t i o n - ing Truman by namr. j , In the last of the c i R h t -- t o 1he. Michigan Legislature, May IS -he declared: "There is nn politics in me, nor none intended in what I s;iy. J plead nothing but Americanism. , , I h a v e bnon impelled as patriotic d u t y gf simple citizenship. . ." The averncc temperature of the 'surface nf the Earth is nboul (il) degrees Fahrenheit. 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