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July 7, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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j^assen And Warren Watching Deadlock Between Taft And Eisenhower, Seeing -Possibility Third Party May Be Nominated '" Br CEORIC FOSTER .j, (Mutual Network C.mm«t*lu) 7;i Chicago --Will history repeat? it. That'« the major question facing ... this turbulent Republican natlona ;,, convention as the balloting rap' Wly approaches. Shadows of the 3812 convention, when Tedd ; Roosevelt bolted to form the Bui '-'Moose party, t h u s permitting the i Democrats to regain power, hang heavy over Convention Hall today. ' Underdog candidates like for- ,_i,mcr Minnesota Gov. Harold E. 1 .'nr'Stassen and California's Gov. Earl · 'i". Warren are pinning Ihcir hopes **· on the possibility or a Taft- 1 ""Elsenhower deadlock following ':.'. the bitter delegate fights. On the ; 'W. other hind, top GOP hands like . V; Joe Marlin and former President 1 ,';; H-rbert Hoover have not hesl- , M; tiled publicly to express their concern over the wide-open ncrap fpr contested delegations between Ohio senator and the general. 'for ·4 net MuitUTtri On Powerful peace maneuvers to "", flop the possible splinter action were undertaken only one hour «fter permanent chairman .Too Mirtlh. arrived here last Friday. ! -*: - ;The Massachusetts congressman T.V minced no words in his warning · 'i of dire results to the Tafl-Elscn- , j j ^ h o w e r camps should they fall t T.o».T*ach i compromise. . ·«* Pelefitcs in each cimp natui i , »| illy have but one objective -- t ;--i nominate their man. The Mlssoui , t ?'delegation, for eximplo, anllci '·'pates nothing but in Elsenhowe . victory. The New York group o ; the ether hand Is splitting at th · ·s*imn in small units-.break awa IB Join the Taft bandwagon. Gov ernor Dewey Is finding It difficul tc k-*p his Empire State support *n~«rs In. the Eisenhower column. The rumor factory continues t »-»wrk overtime. General Mac ·iVthur'i nime Is being heard Sort ind more as a possible run ·ng mati for Taft should the liter garner the ton spot on tlv rket. Representative Martin'. « peacemaker also has now «n Interpreted as placing him the poiltion of potential preci itial nominee. Th« all-lmportant first ballot ill without qucttlon determine e course of the convention. Taft iu«t poll as many votes on that .'list billot as he has publicly toasted he controls--or lose 'ace with uncommitted delegations. Fancy ·««·» F« Tail GOP totting!: Senator Taft has ; at the fanciest hol-1 layouts th« Windy City . . . nil five- tant for the Stassen campaign . . . Stassen is wasting no time capitalizing on the dissensions in the ranks caused by the Taft-Elsen- hower disputes . . . A large blue tent with 600 chairs, three television sets and gallons of refreshing drinks has been set up for delegates and spectators in the parking lot at Convention Hal . . . former heavyweight champ Gene Tunney and b Fred Waring are h-re Ike while Taft forces counter with film stars John Wayne, Gar Cooper, John Ford s'nd Dunne . . . Likely to bet to offer Elsen- hower's name in nomination, of the moment, is Thornton of Colorado traffic hazard on South Michigan Boulevard, in front of GOP head- quartera at the Conrad Hilton tiotel -- elephants and slow-mov- ng sound trucks touting their If you think the candidates ·M 111* TTIIIUJ v*ltjr . , . fl]| JIVC* luum aulte In the Congress Hotel has fix beds, even bouts solid cold water tans . . . the Ohioin't brrakfnt order is always the aimc -- i double orange Juice, two 3Vfc-minute boiled eggs, tout and coffee . . . Convention ityle note: General MicArthur, convention keynoter, ileepi on* bed with five star insignia embroidered on the mittrem . . . Taft and Elsen- hower headquarters hire selected the red carnation ind- red rose respectively is their Sffiolal campaign flowers . . . Chucklf Department: Taft backers came np with i new campaign button which they wear on the reverse side of their lapels ind flash whon they encounter an "I Like Ike" button rtllton isn't Jammed to ths roof-- nist try to get an elevator in a lurry . . . takes about is minutes ':o accmomplish such a task! Packaj«i B.rnd The man says "No": Leave that unch box In your hotel room, Ethel . . . Andy Train, the man in charge of directors, ticket-takers and ushers, has barred all packages from Convention Hall--as precaution a g a i n s t tsomeboc smuggling i "microphone or leth weipon" into the place . . . t giant arena, by the way, will se 12,080 persons, including 1,2 '"·HIM M caWw ·iriiai (*· to not CM CM a* Nw, lifi-KkKitr 40 ««kl ca»|" borrcl tf\*i itf\Kti in titU. Turrit, tott i ·int. Sbping elliptic.! pntKt cm nt MKkiM Kim, .XI an .30 colter, CB-«I!«||| with mail *·«. delegat similar number ·Iternatei ind 1,298 special gues . . . everybody's happy over t hall's new air-conditioning un Installed at a raft of $350.000 . Although he isn't given much a chance to corner the nomin. tlon, former Gov. Harold E. Sta sen can't complain about the ei thusiasm of those young colleg rooters of his ... they foi ig co DHOW wherever he goes--In true rih-ra style . . . Most unique mobl campaign plug: in actual steam roller decorated by "Youth fn Elsenhower" -- with the crypt: sign "Mr. Taft's Private Car, tt announces -- "So docs Marry." Lined* ClTil UMd Abe'i gavel: A save! made from i rill jplit by Abraham Lincoln wir to be used by temporary chairmin Woltcr S. Hallanan when he called the convention to order it was borrowed from the Lincoln collection of the University of Chicago . . . Two of the busiest men on tho convention floor today arc Minncsotans Daniel Oalney and Warren Burger they're floor manager ind amis- Locil Unit Of Satvitioii Army To Heir Commmfcf The Fiyettcvllle Silvation Arm service Unit Committee will mee n the Council rooms of the Cham jer of Commerce it 4:30 p. m omorrow according to the Rev imei W. Butler, Jr., chiirmin. Mr. Butler said that Col. Ern«s 'ickering, divisional commande or the Silvition Army for Ken ucky, Tennessee and Arkansas nd Senior Capt. K. E. Mou, di cclor of the aervice unit depart lent in Arkinsis, will meet with he committee lo discuss the pro rim of activities carried on by the ocal committee and to offer id- to the local committee re- nnllng the advancement of 1 the work. The Salvation Army, which is a member agency of the Fayctle- vilie Community Chest, has carried on a program of emergency relief work in Washington County during the past few years, Mr. Butler Hid. The committee consists of the following members: Mrs. Dwight M. Moore, chairman of the welfare committee; Allen Dowcll, treasurer; Mrs. Myrtle Hanna, secretary; Austin Parish, W. S. -.region, Mrs. R. M. Porter, Judge Witt Carter, Sam Gcarhart, Vir- Blossom, Wesley Gordon, Judge Jamei Ptik, Jerry LcMarr, Mrs. John Bowers, Mrs. Frank Gordon, Mrs. R. L. Maddox, Henry Kroncnbcrg. Jennings Conyers, Mrs. Frank M. Brown and Fred Stevenson. SURVIVES no DEGREE TEMPERATURE Mineral Springs The Home Demonstration Club will meet Friday at 1 p. m., Jor its regular meeting. The Rural Improvement Organization will meet Saturday night for a covered dish supper and business meeting. Religious services will he con- lucled each Sunday morning with Hr. and Mrs. Otis Baker, and on Sunday nights with the Rev. nnd Mrs. Noles. Mrs. Elizabeth Woolson has as her guests, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Gray of London, Ontario Canada; Miss Emma Barkley, also if Canada; and Miss Marie Lewi; nd Capt. Robert Woolson of Bryan, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Spencer of Jenton, III, and MaJ. and Mrs Curtis Spencer, Jr., and family of Ellenwood, Mo., spent the holiday with Mr. ind Mrs. Charles May. ilajor Spencer returned recently rom Germany, where he has seen with the occupation forces or the past three years. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Swonger of Oklihomi City, ire visiting Mr. nd Mrs. E. A. Payton and Mrs. Midge Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Brink- ·orth have sold their property ere to people from Wichita, Kan', ho are building additional rooms the house and constructing a irage. The Brinkworths w i l l ! ave a public sale soon. ! Mr. and Mrs. Jock Ream and \ cphcw from Oklahoma City, arc ·rn and Mr .Ream is remodeling] cir home, assisted by Paul C. I avis, Tolbcrt Malone 'and Athcl ope. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mace and ns, Kenneth and Phillip, arc cationinR in Wisconsin. Charles Dixon has returned to pulpa. Okla., after visiting his fe here. CAUED THI MIRACLI MAN of medicine, John HofTer has hla temperature checked In St Luke's hospital, Bethlehem, Pa., by nurse Thereaa Barath. Hofftr waa rushed to the hospital when hla body temperature reached 110 degree*, Thi lever wu brought down by Immersing Hoffcr In ice-w«ter. (/nlernolloiiaJSoimdplioto Barber Loses Life Savings Of $14,000 To Thieves, But Officers Ouickly Make Arrest El Dorado, Ark.-WPj-The $14,-1 recovered and two Negroes a* 000 life savings of a 74-year-old Negro barber were stolen last night from his barber shop here, cused of the theft arrested les; than three hours later. D. L. Patterson said the saf But the money was I was removed from his shop whili The FIGURES Tell the Story Cost of Living U it. Uii«l Sui.i "f"M«»« . . . Md youf Rraiwr u* of "P » I«P the prict dow* I. f. OTBM. DmSIOM MMA he attended church. In the (aft Bullock said Pate admitted the was more than |14,UOo m M*.,~ theft, and led officers to the safe. more than $500 of which was in silver dollars, some of them dating He and his wife were booked by El Dorado police on charges of burglary and grand larceny. The safe weighed more than 300 back to the 1800's. Deputy Sheriff J. C. Smith arrested Walter Pate, 46, and his pounds officcrs sald fe, Lucile, age unknown, both I of Amite, La., several hours later as they tr.ed to change clothes It is believed that the Egyptians about J3 miles out of town on : first began to work metals some Highway 82. State Trooper Bill I time before 4,000 B.C. Ducks' efjd contain more fat than hens' emu. Skin Dry? Itchy? 'I- Oil-rich 'Res Ind leftent \ and totthet. Relief tatM 'Contain UneAi RESINOL""TM NOW OPEN STORE 701 South School DARI - DELITE CONES MALTS PINTS SUNDAES SHAKES QUARTS Drive In and hove a con* »n in! W* went you to sit our bMuMfirf new ilen and tetfe the deHclwn dairy good- n«M ·» creomy, freth-frozen Dori-DeKfe. lt'» a tmooMi, «fr»»Wng freten dairy food mad* wMh freih, whole-milk and rich, iWMt-trtam. Served freih from Hit freeier to y»«. Try a cene ... and tad* some hem* , , . yeu'll Hke it! NATIONALLY SOW QUALITY CONTROLLED "7? * *ft /*£·*- MMmL FREE-BeOurGuest-FREE See It Made! Taste W 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Come In Wednesday... It's On the House and only then will you understand how honestly delicious DARI-DELITE is. Your host will b« Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Flotation, Owners of Fayrtttyillt's MW DARI-DELITE Stort

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