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IT ARKANSAS TIMK. fayeMedfc. Mmm. MÂ«idy, July 14, I*S2 levising Democratic Convention Improvement Over Republican Sessions juse Of Lessons Learned By Technicians ; Br JAMES MARLOW I'Wuhiniton-IA'i-Sinrc the pilbUons provided the first co.-ist- l^coal televised cdnvention. they ^ttrt guinea pigs for the Derno- f*ts, who had a team of mislakr- fflders ghicd to TV screens in QllOfO taking notes. SSo at least in n technical way-- ns who run them cling to trjditlon like a hungry man to a JUK of Jam. ! For this reason it would bei asking loo much lor cither party i t.. make radical changes this y e a r ' . . . , , , ; just because for the first time the . foi inslance. camera Knots of fhe! m i t | o n had a TV box sent and an I n c . [ .speaker;,--tclcviiing of Ihc Demo- 'opportunity to see politicians per-; ;,i,t. i r r a t i c convention, which opens! form, sometimes at their worst.! next Monday, should be a l i t t l e Smiles o Goodby But in a technical way only. Conventions have followed the .v;imc p n l l r m for generations-some parts serious, some boring, The starting time is a good ex-I Republican. I "."IP 10 . 0 ' convention habits. The' delegates themselves don t take TELEVISION IS VERY COMPLICATED Buy Youn From o Television Service Station SMITH RADIO SHOP the chairman seriously when h e ; says the next session will begin a? 11:30 a.m. or 8 p.m. They know from experience it will be later. ! So they arrive lalcr. By the time the nominating I the strongest man the Democrats Best Democrats Can Nominate Nixon Airs Views On Opposition, But "Sees Victory Ahead Washmgton-(/Pj-Thc P.epublican vice presidential nomirrce thinks speeches h a v e been reached, the i delegates already have pretty well can name to head their presidential ticket is Gov. Adlai Stev; m a d e up their minds about the I enson 'if Illinois. Sen. Richard M. candidates. And they've known Nixon of California, who has a for days or weeks t h a t Senator vital personal interest in Domo- Locusfocus has been chosen to cratic candidates because he will nominate c a n d i d a t e so-and-so. j have 'to. campaign against them Nevertheless, like the bearer of j from now u n t i l November, ex- SEE THE BEAUTIFUL GIBSON ELECTRIC RANGE fro Mi Fit Your Needs Smith Radio Appliance wpnderfu! but secret tidings, Lo- cosfocus spends 15 minutes--before mentioning the name of so- and-so--with a series of statements that go like this: "The man 1 nominate is a man who . . ." ! It winds up being a life history. Finally, in the last explosive sentence, almost choked wi'.'i enthusiasm, he gives out with the name 01' so-and-so. Mentioning the name pulls the trigger which releases the pent- up frenzy of so-and-so's worshipers (more or less), sending them screaming and jogging around the floor in what, to a social scientist from Mars, might look like a primitive tribal dance or, if he got around enough, like a New Orleans Mardi Gras. pressed his views while flying from Chicago. Hosvevcr, he reported here that no matter whom they name, "they cannot nominate anybody who can j beat our candidate." ! Stevenson lias said he is in- tcrcsted only in running again for governor. f HltlP t. PEILMAN amiles a goodby In hit office In Washington alter Nixon plans to clean Â· p his desk j ."""ding " President Truman at the Senate this week and then take a brief seashore vacation with letter of resignation aa U. S. toll- citor general. The President ac- his wife and two daughters. His "fted the resignation, effective " '' An outstanding flavor--Junto's Roman Meal Bread. 11-10-tl KM* Â·Â» Witt Ik* UBMe--r*u) Ik* TIM** Â«Mtr. Tmitt ft Tueiday Sho-time 8:00-10:15 W*attÂ»rpnÂ»f and Fixproof BMUtiful Color* PHONE 30Jl FREE ESTIMATE CLARK VENETIAN Â·LIND ft AWNING CO SWEETHEART IN EVERY KTTCHENI CHICK SPECIAL HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Â·roller Hatchery f lpÂ«T UlMIt Â· JoycÂ« HOtDEN If You Are Not Seeing the Convention you are missing the chance of your life. Let ut install a Zenith TV in time for tht Democratic Convention. Wt have the latest equipment for servicing television. SMITH RADIO APPLIANCE first major job, he said, will! be to make a thorough study of i Dwight D. Kiscnhower's views on major issues. The y o u t h f u l candidate said he was "generally familiar" with what the GOP presidential candidate believes in. but wants to familiarize himself thoroughly with "everything tne general has said" so his own campaign could in complete har- conducted mony. Nixon said he expects to confer w i t h Eisenhower soon to talk over campaign strategy and other m a t - ters. Ho said his own job during the campaign probably will be to make numerous talks throughout the country, freeing the genera! for the major radio and IclevHon ad- Aug. 15, wiUi "auicer. regret. Pcrlrnan represented the government before the United Slates Supreme court In the iteel seizure caw. I International] , dresses and giving him a chance | ^; mcnt ai In make a whistle-stop campaign mamolcr - call does come through, Dale can get the word to him. Last week the Glen Stouts and Arvil Hutchcns were having well pulley trouble. It happened at a bad time, too--while they were washing. The supports that hold the pulley played out and the only way to get water was to stand up on the curbing and draw it out, hand-over-hand. But they have built supports now that will last for a long, long time. The new supports arc made of stone and c-;ment and are at least a foot in to let people sec him. N i x o n said Eisenhower has made great strides toward healing the wounds in the Republican party, and predicted November. a united party by R.F.D. Seven By JACK CARLISLE The Hay Hunt family t h a t we were trying to lind last week, has been located. They arc the folks that bought the Harry Barman place about a month ago. And we also found the owner of the package containing the air gun, which was addressed to Ronald Hughes. Ronald is visiting the J. E. Dockery family. Last Tuesday was his b i r t h d a y and we just barely found him in time. Ronald comes from Kansas City and the package was from his father. Luther Dennis is having a lot of i trouble with his high blood pres- 1 sure. He met me at the box one day last week and was so nervous he could hardly lick a stamp. I guess the hot weather makes it Worse, too. Everything on the .1. W. C. Wood farm seems to be under control. Mr. Wood has one of those signs in front of his house that is half "For Sale' and half "Wanted" and for the last several days both sides have been blank. That was a fine patch of cucumbers R a l p h Dockery had planted, but I am afraid that they had a little too much dry weather. There were about two acres of Norman Hutton rone his horse up to the Springdale rodeo and never left u n t i l the last steer had been ridden and the last calf had been roped. When I passed his place Monday he had just got his. rodeo pants washed and was hanging them out to dry. He said that he wanted to bc all set for the next rodeo. Mr. Hutton has a very pretty horse. Those pretty daughters of Lacy Green, who arc nearly always at the mail box when I get there with the mail, are l e a r n i n g something about Arkansas "chiggors." They never had anything like that in New Mexico. Last Tuesday I stopped at the A. O. Lacey place to pluck some catalpa worms from the tree of the same name that stands in the Lacey yard. I was just about one day too late, though. They had ! turned into whatever it is they ' finally make and had flown away, i You have to Ret them on just i about one certain day; else they ! will be too small--or gone. Since the rodeos arc with us. Elrion Roberts has gone into the stick-horse business-on a larger scale. Now he rides one horse and leads a spare. a lot of hard work getting them ready for the canners. The Calvin Stout family ha left for Â» long visit to California The only thing that was worryin them is the fact that their son Erville, is expecting his draft ca! any day. I am leaving their ma: with Dale Lewis so that when th H A D If w/Â«!.!r r. OPEN(:4S II SMB. it 3 Stai... wine IT ISN'T ONLY COOL LIKE YOU WANT IT, BUT ECONOMICAL AND ENTERTAINING! 1:90 . 9:39 - 5:90 "Flaming Youth' of Iht ROARING WiNTIB! PALACE RIDE 'EM COWBOY" _ u T "FBI GIRL" Tucs-W-T jf You oin't laughed til you've seen it! A Broadside ol HILARITY! A Bombatdmcnl ol SONGS! A Banajeol KISSIn%FUN! On Friday, Boh Licrly begun carrying RFD Seven until 1 rest up a little. Those hills out there ; long the route look a lot more peaceful than those he left over in Korea a short time back. And, speaking of Korea, as 1 passed the Sgt. Roger Mitchell house last Thursday, Mrs. Mitchell was getting ready to go down to Camp Chaffce to meet her husband. Roger was due in down there late Thursday and will probably bc allowed to come home by Saturday. And also al Camp Chaffee Is Sgt. R. J. McCoy, nephew of Mrs. R. T. Fredrick. I think that the Sergeant was trying to slip in on them but somebody spilled the beans. McCoy has spent the last four years in Germany. Marriages Richard A. Conrad of St. Louis, Mo., and Miss Mary Dale Denney of Shamrock, Okla., were married July I t by Witt Carter, county iudge. N. L. Williams of Noblesville 111., and Mrs. M. V. Hinkle of St. Louis, Mo., were married July 10 by Witt Carter, county judge. Gail Leroy Busey and Miss Virginia Lee Bond, both of Wann, 3kla., were married Julv 10 by the Rev. Walter L. Johnson. Â· A. F. Waddell and Mrs. A. F. Waddell, both of Chicago, were narried July 10 by Witt Carter, county judge. George G. Moss of Hutchinson, an., and Miss Betty Ann Bender, of Russell, Kan., were married July 7 by the Rev. D. L. Dykes, Jr. I William R. Don Carlos, Jr., and | Hiss Margaret R. Rollo, both o f , Tulsa. were married July 5 by the | Rev. D. L. Dykes, Jr. | John Charles Cole of Spring, j rlnle and Miss Lizzie Ruth Hengley I of FaycttcviMe were married June , 8 by the Rev. Walter L. Johnson. I Albert Theodore Wilson and I iss Margaret Elizibeth Selvlg, Â· both of Santa Monica, Calif., were inrrled July 5 by the Rev. Ralph . Fox. 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