Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 11, 1952 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 11, 1952
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11, tMt I, New fpfkers Added :u : Career Men Sworn ,.. In At Ceremonies In Washington ' V7«!hington - (ft - Secretary of ^ Treasury Snyricr said today jhy American people are going to ftt · top efficiency, unqiM*tioo*d Integrity and maximum operating economy. Snyder .poke it ctftmonlei un- velling the "new" national headquarter, of the Internal Revenue Bureau, which 1. being gradually revamped under a plan advanced by President Truman and approved by Congren agaitut a backdrop of corruption charge., Snyder made no reference to the .tcanda). that rocked the .ervice last winter and led to the ousting of I collector, and about 150 les- Mrvlce status. Career Mm iweni la At today', ceremonies, three tax ·ervice career men were .worn In a. twfaUiH commissioners, title, formerly held by political appointee.. The thr**, all Jaw/en, ar«! ' ., . Justin F. Winkle, 41, of Seneca falls, V. Y., who started with the government a. a messenger at 16. jit will supervise general operation., Including the field .ervice and collection work. Norman A. Sugarman, 35, ,,, Ceveland, Ohio, who entered the revenue .ervice 11 year. ago. He People Actually Know Little About Views Of Candidates Running On National Tickets f OiympK Mtdol JAMU MAKLOW Washlngton-OfVThui tb voters cm b* grateful to the tw prpildentiil candidates for uv ln( them from UM bondom . prevloui elections. Kveryom ,,{ looking forward to hearing Gen ser employe.. Under the new .et- re *f nu « Mr , vic « J J *·*" »*°- H. up, (he « politically-appointed w " ·" perv "? *«»"'«! 'unction., collector, .re belnf reolaeed bv 21 lnc '"dlng rule .nd regulation collector, .re being replaced by I] district commissioners with civl Paul Chambers Carried 62 °; 75 In Primary Make If (/nan/mam ON »2r» for-PAUL CHAMBERS lor National CwimltlMnan -- Polltlcil Adverttement paid lor by ?«ul chimbtn making. Edgnr E. Hoppe, 44, a native o Thorndale, Texas, who joined th bureau in 1929. He will direct th Inspection service, charged wit Insuring honesty and Efficiency. The reorganization now unde way amounts to a streamlining o administrative operations, rathe than a shakeup of personnel. As serting the plan "marks the cu) mlnatlon of long and earnest ef forts to remold the revenue ser vice into a modernized agency, Snyder said: "The transition In the remaining offices of the hureau throughou :he country will proceed rapidl from this point on and by the en if the year we will see the whol ilan In full operation." er«l ^. Stevenson when ·nd the Govemo campaign LOOK! Who Is Supporting T. J. Gentry for Attorney General? The Arkonias Gaiotta of Aufltitt 7 rMorttd that ha ii andortad by th« Political Action Committta of CIO and AFL's Labor Laaau* far Political Education. THIS WAS PROMOTED BY THE BOSSES OF THE TEAMSTERS UNION REPRESENTED BY T. J. GENTRY. ·Urtj tlnce pnctkilly nobod knows much ibout th« viewi o either of them. Thl» revenef the uiuil condl lion of voteri who in ptit year not only knew the viewi of th candidates but had heard them so often anything they' laid during the campaign wai repetition. Ant thlj year there's a chance for «ur prl«e. At the time of the convep. (Ions Eisenhower was supposed to be to the right of Stevenson who was supposed to be to the right o President Truman. But the practl cal necessity of trying to win votes may push both men into some changes In their position Both men and their advisers know that in a close election the votes of Southern Whites and Northerr Negroes may tip the scales. After the nomination of Elsen- hower, who is going to campaign in the South,- it was thought he might be able to win some of that asually Democratic area away 'rom the Democrats. On one of he sorest points in the Civil t i g h t s dispute--a compulsory FEPC--Eisenhower indicated he opposed it by expressing the opinion states should handle the problem. This was a welcome ·lewpoint in the South. Nevertheless, after Stevenson's omination, Southern Democratic eaders have been lining up be- hind him while Negroes who have since talked with Eisenhower have com* away pleased. N*«i* Veil NtUMTHi Negroes have enough votes In a number of key Northern states to swing them Republican or Democratic If they vote is a bloc. Eisenhower and Stevenson have to keep that in mind. So, if he finds he can't take the South, Eisenhower may have to shift his ground to attract the Northern Negro vote. A week a«o 16 Republican leaders said election of Elsenhower would speed an with adequate enforcement powers. Stevenson himself seems to be shifting ground a bit. Before any civil rights legislation can be ussed, there must be a change in :he Senate niles to make It easier o break a southern filibuster. Af- er his nomination and before the Southern states had begun to line up behind him, Stevenson took the wsition that any change in the Senate rules should be left up to he Senate. Mir Seek Rules Change Now with the South getting more solidly behind him but some Northern Nejro leaders angry, he's begun to talk of using his influ- nce, if'elected, to get the Senate ules changed. Even if he were president, he ouldn't change the rules. The lost he could do would be su»- est a change. The Senate, which lade Its rules and seems satisfied ith them, could ignore him. Stevenson has to attract and old two other kinds of voters: te New and Fair Dealers and the onjcrvatives. Stevenson has taken MM Tow Oi YicM Sapelo Island, Ga. - (If) Richard J. Reynolds, Jr., and his third wife -- an attractive 33-year-old Canadian divorcee--made plans today, for a world cruise on the tobacco heir's newest yacht. Reynolds, 46, and Mrs. Muriel Greenough of Toronto were married Friday night In Mi air-conditioned, CO-room mansion htn. It wu her third marriage alto. Reynold! wa. divorced Thun- d*y by his second wit*, Marianne O'Brien Reynolds, at Miami. She wa. given custody of their two sons and a $2,000,000 settlement which included their Miami Beach home and New York apartment 'from 4 /with bath' SHOWN here an both side, of the 1952 Olympic medal. The coveted award la given to the winner, of the various events at the Olympic Game, in Helsinki (International) pains to show his independence of President Truman'who is a little too far left to suit some voters. At the same time he can't turn his back on the New Deal and Fair Deal measures which draw the votes of others. He seems to be rying to suit both groups by sticking to the middle of the road --so far. Since the campaign doesn't start until around September 1 and asts umil election. day in November,-the two candidates have plenty of time to provide sur- 5 steps to enjoyment in · THE PENGUIN BOOM · OMARCOCETJUL LOUNGE · THE ALCOVE · THE COFFEE SHOP · THE SKY-HY HOOT, Hut oil dub faxdftiM. i* · eluding swimming poeL 22 Ooon el modortf eom- Jort In tat heart el KOMO* Gly. R E. McEACHIM. Monofllno Under HoUU.Itve. H. a Manning. Found** HOTEL CONTINENTAL B i L T i V O R E i V E . i . . . th * *"""* of lobor iOSSIS. IT DOES NOT MEAN that tha rank and fila of labor andorm him, btcauM tha ****** ***""**** ** not control tha vot« of labor'i rank and fila-- IT VOTES A.S IT PLEAS'lS,. and . . f LABOR'S RANK AND FILE FAVORS CUB BARTON for ATTORNEY GENERAL . . r.JjffejtSUmjy I..-. . ..... :,..... 1. . WtfAT^ABOUT "TEE JAY" AND THE TEAMSTERS' UNION? VOTERS of ARKANSAS . . . Wall, 'Toa Jay" it attomty for tha Taamtttrt' Union. Makis you wondar why ha want, to .witch to tha job of Artornav Ganaral, tha Atrornay fitnarol'i ialary ii only $4,000 a yaar. "tat Jay ' wi · Whara'i M A K E NO M I S T A K E in L cominflfromr T. J. GtHfry NOT RELATED to Lafftl Cherry for Governor - k Mpablt of «P«Mnting Arkontas in th. broad fiald of stata litigation? HE CANNOT. a and bir an o v . r h i PLAY SAFE * . CLIB IARTON - H «»-'"·»·"»« in Stot., F.d- Endoriad by two Chaneary and two * ^ tn Of hil homt «nd adjoining ·" fu ? htr ·"*»«««»ie«lly oeclaimed iry th ' tqttt lt90 ' P rof ««'«"- "A QMNfM Uwy., for · Lowyor'i Jot" Ploy Safe...ELECT CLIB BARTON Attorney General You, the voters, know the issues in this campaign and how I stand on these issues If you feel that my stand is one of honesty, decency and integrity, then I sincerely solicit your vote and influence in the election tomorrow, August 12. My opponent is asking for a third term to continue what you well know his program is. For a Return to Honesty, Decency, and Integrity in the Governor's Office Vote for FRANCIS CHERRY Political ad paid for by Jack Surge, fay«tt*vlll«

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