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July 24, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

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1952 Rvn By Car Mrttn Still MOtTHWBT AMUMUJ T1MII, feyritovlU*. Itroit- m -Despi,e new mode, plinnlng, auto makers still have _a jubslantial volume o[ 1952 cars to produce. Some rnr manuf.u- turen were only slightly more than half wny through their 1952 stopped their assemolv H iiners had only a month or two to go. Generally the various companies stances they will .-ultins back on model schedules do it without original 1952 *«vrtl» in in. TMKS-- II mn Platform Seeks Party Peace ftiurfrfay, J.ty J4, Iff} , A total of 11,is; harass horses far tor i total punt 4i*nbutM4' »c«i Uirniifhnut thf rrmnfry l»«t, of »;.';. I Ii.7J3. THE FARMER'S FRIEND COOK CHEMICAL CO'S STOCK-BARN-GARDEN INSECT KILLER 25% CONCENTRATE ..... CHLORDANE EASY TO MIX-ECONOMICAL 8T. MAKES UP TO 24 GALLONS Of SPRAY OR DIP BUNGS COSTS DOWN TO AS UTTIS AS 8e A GALLON EQUALLY EFFECTIVE ON POULTRY, LIVESTOCK, DOGS, TREES, SHRUBS AND FARM BUILDINGS When Used According to Direction! New Campaign Document Wins Convention Okay Northerners And Those From Dixit Each Claim Victory Chicago - (If} - D e m o c r i t s pledged prosperity, peace and progress to thp nation's voters today in a platform that «voided past party feuds over "civil rights." A quirk decision by Chairman Sam Rayburn, after a mixed shout of yea and no votes, put the national convention's official approval on Ihe new campaign doc ument early this morning. Delegates from Georgia and Mississippi asked to be recorded as votinir ''No." and one from Tennessee objected to the plat- r nrm's lack of a congressional Crime Investigating Committee plank. But skillful maneuvers by Rep. [ohn W. McCormack nf Massachusetts, platform chairman, and 'Jalional Committee Chairman ·"rank McKinnty produced a fair iample of party harmony. Leaders Pleased The shouted, artopticn, after MrCormack hid read the nearly 100.000 words to tired delegates', was sweet music to party leaders i who (tared i repetition of 1948 In ^.».._,,__4* _ . that year a bitter floor battle for ^Oll YGfll IOI1? a stronger racial relations p l » n k : - * split the party wide open, »nd in the November election f o u r Southern states were absent from [ Convention Hall,~rhica?o-Wi- Democratic column. j Turn on a r-'-etins machine in a Aiding in the u n i t y effort this . boiler shop Steam Up At Conventic It's Noisy the ! meeting better th»n JUyhitrn | Kx-Sen. Scott LIICJS of Illinois! proposed a resolution acclaiminj j Baik!ey as a grfa\ American and a boon ir, the Democrats. | Perfectly deadpan, R » y h i i r n i 1,-llH for all those in favor t o 1 say aye. ; "Aye," chon.s?d the delegates. I 'I shall not ask for the noes," i APPLES ARE HERE! MAKE JAM AND JELLY WITH SURE-JELL* PECTIN TODAYI time were Sen. .form Sparkman of Alabama, for Southerners, and Philip B. Perlman. who recently resigned as solicitor general. Curiously, both Dixie delegates, who insist that stiles and communities can best handle rarial problems, and Northerners, who want strong federal action, are claiming victory. The answer is that the inR and the four horses of the Apocalypse are ealloping over a tin roof--and you have some idea or how noisy these Democrats can words and phrases, if handled ing j For instance, during onr riotous I interlude of this national cor.vcn- ; tion: . A ncwsphntr, editor (name o f , Burt Foster of the Assocnted, i Press) wanted to talk w i t h one o f . fame j his messengers who '.vas stand- YOU CANT FOOLJ CHOCOLATE CAKE! i skillfully, mean different things i eight Inaccessible feet away to different people. 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CRSYTAL WHITE 4 bars 27c CASHMERE BOUQUET 2 K 23* CASHMERE BOUQUET 3 E, 25 VEL JK29HFAB the press section maybe .They shouted at one another. They tried Northerners such as Senators · deaf-and-d : nnb t a l k . Thv- tried Lehman of N T ew York. Humphrey! l a relay Ihp message by u-ay of of Minnesota and Bcmton of Con- j the newsmen who sat between necticut claimed the now plank ' them. was much stronger than ]f)4R's. | Nobody could hear a t h i n g h u t ! Southerners such as .Senators j screams for Vine President Alben | Sparkman, Holland of Florida and ' Barkley and the organ t h u n d e r i n g Willis Smith of North Carolina ' "My Old Kentt'ck.v Homo." said parts of the plank went « I So Foster picked up his ralkle- hit 1 on fa r, hut t hey preferred party harmnny to a fifcht. Sfttled In Two Stftlons Actually the compromise was settled in two separate sections IMkie telephone and pa*'** his instructions to thp messenger--ci^iil feet away--by rarli'i. There are those who say, in a food old phrase nf t h e 1920s or of the platform. Northerners haeJj b e f o r e i l h a t tnere ail) . t n ,, fli( , e on insisted on » plank demanding an is a m Rayburn. Last night there! end to Senate filibusters that of- [ v ., re , though. Two determined.' ten have lulled off civil rights i fii e s 5e ttled on the House spealt- and other hills. Instead they got I er's bald head--well caked with a broadly worded plank calling for improvement of "congressional procedures so that the majority rule prevails and derisions can j was over. be made after reasonable debate i without being blocked by a min- j Few people television makeup -- toward the end of hi* convention address and refused to leave until the speech ! ority in either house." j "We will continue our pffnrt* to eradicate discriminalion based on 1 rgce, religion or national origin," the civil rights section stated af- trr calling for equal opportunities for voting, education, econ- cmiir advancement and living conditions. "We know this task requtrf; action, not just in one section of the nation but in all sections," it continued In a style pleasing to Southerners. "It requires the cooperative effort of individual citizens and action by state and local Sovernmen'fi." Northerners liked the n e x t phases: ''It also requires federal action "We favor federal legislation effectively to secure these rights to evreyone: 1. The right to *»qua] opportunity for employment; 2 the right to security of persons; 3. the right to full and equal participation in the natlon"g political life, free from arbitrary restraints. "We also favor legislation to perfect existing federal civil rights statutes and to strengthen I the administrative machinery for I the, protection of civil rights." I Cite With Pride j Other planks In the lone plat- I form caused no serous trouble. They Innkcd bsck with pride nver 20 years nf Democratic administration under the "New" and "Fair" Dc^ls. "Our country has moved stead- i'y alone tne road which has led the United States of America tn world leadership in ihe cause nf freedom," one sa!rl. ''We will not retreat one inch along that road." 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