Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 17, 1952 · Page 7
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 17, 1952
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'Bull Itirough" Tactics Used By Taft Outdated Columnist Points ' To Mistakes By Senator's Friends · El JAMES MARLOW of amstmrs." That was the appraisal of Senator Taft's braintrusters given with a grin by one of the men most responsible for General Eisenhow- ef's victory. Pro o ramateur, Taft's advisers were mostly political oldtimers. Maybe that was their trouble. They used the oldtime approach: Bull your way through. When that failed all they had left was the primitive tactic of personal attack. They used that on Governor Dewey but it didn't work then, either. Perhaps nothing would have worked. Perhaps Eisenhower's nomination was cinched before the convention started. At any rate, Taft's righthand men are blaming cne another now for what happened in Chicago. .By sheer force, because they controlled the convention machinery, they rolled over Eisenhower before the cbnvention started by loading the speakers' list with pro- Taft people. Taft Lost torn Wrinrle But, looking back, it's plain now that Taft began losing ground when his Southern followers got into a wrangle with the Eisenhower people over delegates. 11 handed the Eisenhower staff something they badly needed, an issue. They worked it for all it was worth. They called it a moral issue. They cried "theft and corruption." They got the Republican governors to yell for "fair play." This rumpus practically guaranteed Eisenhower would win the Disputed delegates nnce the quarrel hit the convention floor, and for this reason: Unless he won, the party would nave to go into the campaign with a corruption cinrge over its head, the very charge the Republicans wanted to use against the Democrats. Played Into Ike's Hand* Whether or not there wa» a de- lect in Taft's advisers, such as inflexibility or inability to gauge the magnitude of the delegate dispute, once it started 'hey seemed unable to save themselves. They showed this in barring TV and radio from the national committee hearings on the delegates, an .a.'tion completely unnecessary since they let newsmen cover every word of the hearings. But it played into tj,e hands of KOBMWMT AKAMAI HM», Choice Recipes By CEritT BKOWNSTONE Rich Drop Biscuits Ingredients: i cup biscuit mix. 6 tablespoons heavy crram. Method: Put biscuit mix In small mixing bowl: pour cream over it. stir well with fork.i Drop by hraping tablespoonfuls onto srmill creased- cookie sheet. Bake in very hot (450F.) oven about 10 minutes or until lightly browned. Serve at once. Makes 6 biscuits. Blueberry Drops Insredinnts: 2 rgg whites, 1 cup sugar, i teaspoon vanilla 1 cup i f r e s h | (washed cups corn flakes, 1 cup coconut. Method: Beat e?g whites until stiff, gradually adding sugar. Folr) in blueberries, corn flakes,; and coconut. Drop by teaspoonfuls about tj-inch apart on greased baking sheet. Bake in hot (400F.) oven 12 to 15 minutes. Makes about 24 cookies. Green Bean Salad Ingredients: Two No. 2 cans whole green beans (size 2 sieve), 1 teaspoon salt, freshly-ground MacArthur's Appearance At Chicago May Have Been The Start Of His "Fade-Away" TVinfey, Jvty 17, IH1 M."'!!i'i n|[tnn -' /p| -''- Vh 'n General MacArtbur disappeared into t h e -- Platform crowd after taM-awiy from Amtriean pufcllrl lift, or at least Iti political lift. I Ht was a Tift man. So long a t ' I the Ohio senator had a chance for i thf presidential nomination, Mac- { Arthur had a chance for the vlet i preildtntlal spot. There was tven | talk M a c A r t h u r might he consid- · delivering his keynote speech at ered for president If Taft and the republican National Conven- \ General Eisenhower stalemated tlon ht may really have b«f un his I each oth«r cultn-ated blueberries and well-drainedl, 2 fresh or teaspoon teaspoon minced crushed But th« tttt iliMMM ihut m my boptt MacArthur might have had for high «leclive offlre when the nomination went to Eisenhower. Two generiti on nnt ticket would have been one ton many, anyway. And there wa no reason why Eisenhower ihmild want him TM the ticket. There wu no love lost between them. B«C«UM hU prt-conventlnn hox- ! tlllty to Elimhewtr wai no ittret ( a n d beciuie their foreign policy view? wtrt «o opposite. It'i unlikely MacArthur would otttr to stump for Elsenhower or that Eisenhower would want him to. ! Thi.i undoubtedly «·».« M a r A r ' thur's last chance fnr the White House or the virp prri-idon^v. Neither his a p p r a n m r p nor his ; «(»··() was n senwlion. lie jjnt an · ovation but tlii following allfhi j former Prttident Hoover got i bluer on*. And th*rt were yawni ai MacArthur picktd hli wa i through his long and carefully : prepared address. Tht yawni may have been due to hli complicated sentences. Or msybs what he had . tn uy had become an old story. dried tarragon, 14 cup olive or other salad oil, 4 cup wine vinegar, lettuce or other salad greens, black olives, carrot curls. Method: Drain beans into shallow p«n or baking dish; use liquid later for making soup or gravy. In a small jar with tight-fitting cover shake tog-ether salt, pepper, mustard, tarragon, oil and vinegar. Pour over beans, cover, and I chill for several hours, turning; beans in dressing a few times.' Before serving, line bowl w i t h , salad greens; spoon beans into! center; marltiade left may be! strained and reused. Garnish with black olives and carrot curls. Makes 8 to 10 servings. .the Eisenhower people by adding to whatever suspicions or doubts they already had been able to plant in the public mind. The ancient Romans cor.sidr-ret May an unlucky and June a lucky month for weddings. Peaches" Fresh Crabmeat And Tomato Salad Ingredients: 1 pound (about 2 2/3 cups loosely-packed) fresh- cooked crabmeat. '4 cup finely diced celery, 1 teaspoon capers, 1H teaspoons finely-cut fresh basil, J cup well-seasoned mayonnaise, 4 large tomatoes, salt, paprika, talad greens. Method: Have crabmeal in as large flakes as possible; mix it with the celery, capers, basil, and mayonnaise. Cut stem end from tomatoes and cut in half crosswise; sprinkle cut side with salt. Arrange 2 tomato halves ( c u t . fide up) on each individual salad i plate. Pack a q u a r t e r - c u p rneas-] ure with crabmeat and turn out i on top of each t o m a t o half;! sprinkle with paprika. Garnish! with salad greens. Makes 4 serv-! ings. Curry-Stuffed Eggs Witji Water Cress Ingredients: 4 harri-c o o k e d eggs, 2 tablespoons mayonnaise, Vi teaspnon curry powder, *tlt and pepper, "^ bunch water cress, French dressing. Method: She!! eggs and slice in half lengthwise. Remove yolks and mash fine with mayonnaise, currv powder, and salt and pepper to taste. Refill whites with yolk mixture. Garnish stuffed eggs with water cress and serve with French dressing. Makes 4 servings. Mincemeat And Lemon Gelatin Ingredients: Two 3-ounce packages 1 emon-flavonjd gelatin, 4 cups very hot water, 1H cup* mincemeat, H cup finely chopped walnuts or pecans. Mrthorl: Dissolve gelatin in the hot .water. Pour one cup of the cclatin m i x t u r e into a 1-quartj mold. Chill until f i r m . Chill r e - j maining gelatin mixture until slightly thickened. Fold in mincemeat and nuts. Pour over firm celatin mixture in mold. Chill u n - j firm. Unmold. Makes 6 serv- In (he TIMES--It f»rt.; THE FARMER'S FRIEND COOK CHEMICAL CO'S STOCK-BARN-GARDEN INSECT KILLER ["""""I 25% C O N C E N T R A T E XX __^"V 1 ? - D D T 12 . : C H L O R D A N E , . · 1 EASY 10 MIX ECONOMICAL t OT. MAKB IT TO M CAUWB OF SPRAY MMP MINOS COSTS DOWN TO AS 1/mC AS tc A OA11ON (QUAILY IFKCTIVf ON KHATIY, UVNTOCK. 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