Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 13, 1952 · Page 9
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 13, 1952
Page 9
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New Democratic Chairman Helped Boost' Adlgj Stevenson Into First Office, But He Calls Himself An Amateur In Politics MMTKWBTAKAMIAS T1MH, tay^HvWt, ^ Chicago. -(/P)- Stephen Arnold Mitchell, the new Democratic national chairman, jays lie's an amateur in politics. Hii friends say that's a technicality. Mitchell, 49, a Chicago lawyer, has been around behind the scenes. He is one of four men who wrole the opening chapter of the political success story of Gov. Arilai Stevenson, the Democratic pre'si- . i n i t i a l nominee. That was in ! 1947. | Mitchell and his fellow towns- I men Herman D u n l a p Smith and · Louis Kohn sold Stevenson and I Jacob II. Arvey on the ides t h a t I Stevenson was candidate material. I Mitchell envisioned Stevenson ; as U. S. senator. But Arvey decid- | ed he should be governor of Illi- 1 noir. I It was in Stevenson's guberna- made speeches for his candidate. . Unofficially, Mitchell has been one of the Illinois governor's most trusted confidantes and advisers. Met 13 Vein \gt Stevenson, who appointed Mitchell party, leader last Friday, has known him for 13 years. They met casually while both v.'ere in private law practice in Chicaio before World War II. Both held Slat* Department jobs for a time during the war. They've kept in clofe touch since. Mitchell was born at Ro;k Valley, Iowa, March 3. 1903. Hit father, alto Stephen Mitchell, was a banker-farmer, but not wealthy. A shortage of funds made it neces- ·y Ketchom We Will Be Closed Thursday, August Fourteenth Legal Holiday -- VJ Day FIRST NATIONAL BANK MclLROY BANK SPECIAL SALE B.F.Goodrich i jr Silvertown * |ii He Tire Tfiof Comes 'on New COM · · ~t-^fe.4^1/V "· ·· WSf Tix NDTOUROIDTIRI SAVE ON THESE SIZES TOOI 7.60.15 -*»**«- *'»·« 4.40 15 . · $15.75 - $1M5 .··*»*-W- pMwi P T«x | AM TOM MDTWI NEW 1952 Defiance OII1Y " u '1195 || II AND YOU* 4X0 TIM Mm AND TOW) T " OUTMI Your Old Tire May Cover Your Down Payment PHONE 35 I9NORTHILOCKST. B.F.Goodrieh FIRST RUIIIR ', Auginf IJ, IfSJ * I QOT RIO Of 1«E TWO KiTTEriS.'* sary for young Steve to work his way through Creighton University by sandwiching working years on his father's dairy farm between his years of campus activity. At Georgetown University, where he took his law degree in"l928. he worked part time in the credit department of General Motors Acceptance Corp. tie stayed with t h a t iirm four years after he grad^ ualed. Then he went into Chicago practice. Expert On Prance During ilie war he served as chief of the French Division, Lend Lease Administration, and as a Stale Department expert on French aflairs. He was appointed counsel of the House judiciary sub-committee in- vcs'ilgttling the Department of Justice in March. Millfhell is a cagy conversationalist. The day after his appointment, he told reporters, "1 usually say what I think, but things are different now." That was alter he was asked if he considered himself a liberal or a conservative Democrat and replied: "Those words confuse me." Surprised By Action Mitchell, who maintains thst his j appointment as Democratic national chairman was a surprise, admit! he had told SW-enson he was available for any duties which might help in the presidential campaign. He went actively after a political job himself in the summer of 1947. He wanted to succeed J. Alfred Woll, who resigned as U. S. attorney at Chicago in July of that year. But Mitchell's ambition was blocked by Arvey, who supported 1 Otto Kerncr, Jr., for the appointment. Kerner got it. Only a few months later. M i t - chell got Arvey into his corner backing Stevenson (or Illinois governor. Sprmgdale Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Coleman of Maple Drive announce the birth of a daughter Tuesday morning at the Elizabeth Hospital in Prairie Grove. Mrs. Howard Henry and her daughter, Nancy Candace, 'were returned to their home in Springdale Sunday afternoon from the County Hospital. Two Springdale writers have hit the jack pot in the field of short story writing. Miss Mabel Harrison sold a story, "Back Into the Fold," to a magazine published by the Southern Baptist Convention Board. A short story recently sold by Miss Evalyn Howard is entitled "The White Kitten," Mr. and »lrs. Dewey Williams of West Emma Avenue left Monday morning on a vacation t r i p to the East. In Indianapolis. Ind.. they will visit Mr. Williams' mother, Mrs. Ella Williams; in Lake Moore, Ohio, they will isit Mrs. Williams' brother-in-law and siS- ler, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Drubakcr and will make their final stop in the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. John F. Adams of Philadelphia, I'j. Mrs. James Becker left over the weekend for Selma, Ala., where the will spend a month visiting h e r son-in-law a n d daughter; Mr., and Mrs. James King. Mr. K i n g is stationed at Craig Air Force Base at Selma. The Hev. H. H. Davis of Meadow Street preached at the Nazarene Church in Hiwasse S u n d a y . ' He will be guest speaker there through the month of September. The Springdale thaplcr of thp Kpiseopal Women's A u x i l i a r y met . Tuesday afternoon at the home of i Mrs. R . w. McCorkindale on Rhode* Street. At the b e g i n n i n g , of the meeting a dessert course i was «er'ed by the hostess. The program followed. Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Anden of Highway SS went are In Keyiton», S. D., to a t t e n d the 25th a n n i - versary nf Ml. flushmorc M«nv- ''·'. wh !'h w,« h.M Monday. Mr. Andtir«on was one of the workers · on tht project. Tht couple attend- HUDSON . . . TROUILIS? HI KM HALl AT WMTIIIY'S OARAOI ed a special luncheon for former employes. Memorial services were held following the dinner in the afternoon. The government is issuing a special three cent stamp to commemorate the anniversary of the project. Members of the Springdale Junior Chamber of Commerce met Monday nlfiht at the lounge of the First National Bunk. Dnn Peterson was in charge (if the meeting. A picnic for t h e Ja.vcees and their wives will be held a! Dream Valley Ranch cast of Rogers Friday night. Mrs. Jim B r y a n t of Maple Drive was taken to the City ', I Monday night by a Callisun-Sisco 1 Popcorn pi.pj lirraii.«« it ha; a ' Jenny Linrt the ambulance. , hard casme which holri, hark . 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