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AnKAntAi llmtt. URGES MORE VOTERS TO REGISTER IN WASHINGTON, Stephen Mitchell, chairman of the Democratic National Committee, displays a chart as he addresses members of the organization. He told them that the party "needs 22,000,000 more regis- _^!!il D5 f Â° r 60 ' OM ' 000 vof Â«'s" to the coming November elections. HOW MUCH? " Give Maximum Wearl EACH (Designs A ondC) Democrats Hold Dewey Forces In Control Governor Said To Have Token Over Eisenhower Campaign Washington - ftp) - Democratic leaders asserted today that forces led by Gov. Thomas E. Dewey of New York have snatched control of Dwight D. Eisenhower's presidential campaign. This was tho lead story in "The Democrat." a Democratic National Committee publication sent out to thousands of .Democratic party leaders and workers. Tt rlaimed that Dewey had de- fested forces led by Sen. Robert A. Taft of Ohio in a tug-of-war for control of the Eisenhower campaign. Stephen A. Mitchell, Democratic national chairman wrote in the publication that Eisenhower 'is well and favorably known to Ihe oiiblic; his personal pouularitv is still high." And, Mitchell said. Stevenson is a comoarative new comer to the national scene, and is not as well known as General Eiponhower." As proof of Us contention that Dewey has taken over the Eisenhower camnaign, the publication notrd t^at the general has iwltch- ed his !Â·"Â·*!rlnuarters from Denver to New York. One of the reasons for this move, the publVation said, "was the failure of Midwest Republicans, most of v whom supported Taft, to contribute in Ihe Eisen- hot"**r carnnaijjn fund." * f Nnw 1^-at Eisenhower is In New York," it continued, "persons f a m ; l i a r with OOP canmaipn fund nroblcms believe that he is rrrmvine funds from t^e same rich sources that finred T)ewev in two unsnccessf"! attempts to The publication pntcd that nt ; 4i, 0 n'M^t of the GOP camnairrn, two Tjift backers--Senators r .v- "Ttt "Oirkf-en of Illinois find Karl j Mundt of South Dakota--wprp ; "ivrn major no^ts m the party "HÂ«h command." But. ft said, plnrc then top I Dewey aides have boon takinc j over. Among them, it listed .TamcF Haberty, Down's rress secretary nov/ serving T^i^nhowr-r (rj ^rnn jnb. and Stanley High, "a TtejHpr^' Digest editor who was Â«n the Dewey spefieh-wrilin" t^ j four years ago, i now cringing | oi' sncecHps fnr Eisenhower." The nublicafon also carried P ?rsonal apne^i from flov. Adlai I j Stevenson of Illinois, IDcpiocrM'^ " ^residential nomine, to-"140.000 Democratic leaders" iirgin" them to ro all out in n drive to pet Democratic voters registered for tbf ^lection. Stevrnson referred to these workers as "the sinews of the Democratic narty." And. hfÂ» add- fd:"'tHo nutrome of the 1952 prcs- ?dcnti?i election is largely in your hands." AikottMt. )hwMtey, MpioiriMr 4, l.ij Today's Market-- Medium Weight 9x12 ft. Rugs *5? A5CH ( BD ^f ( CLOSING OUT 115 LOVELY ) [imported, English WALLPAPERSJ ( E x q u i s i t e l y designed and YOUR CHOICE f colored. Finest quality. All / sunfast ond waterfast. Let Your Rooms Go Gay wilh . . , : COOK'S New VELVAY LATEX FINISH Â· Velvay Latex is ready'to-use! Â· It brushes or rolls on easily! Â· It's self-priming . . . quick-drying! Â· It's durable . . . casy-to-clean! Â· Withstands hardest household usage! 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Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â· We pay TOP PRICES for KILLER HORSES dtlivwd to oir plait PHONI JOPUN 1014 DOYLE PACKING CO. (rtrmntr TrMltN Â«lliif C.) KOYAl HIIOHTS, JOHIN, MO. Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·I SCREENLESS TELEVISION-'n order to keep sightless listeners posted on programs their neighbors talk about, TV experts designed the above pictureless set seen entertaining Marie Pelll- cano and Bernard M. Krebs of the New York Guild for the Jewish Blind. Experts say using the scrcenless set overcomes "psycholo;i- cal barriers" which build up between sightless persons and their sighed neighbori. Over 29.7 billion eggs were laid ! Coal was first mined from the by hens on U.S. farms during the I frozen ground of Sptisbergen in first five months of 1952. ' 1900. Boy Accused Of Setting Two Neighbor Children Afire, Fatally Burning Them Tulsa, announce the birth of a *n, -September 3, at the County Hospital. San Antonio, Texas - (/P) .. An*- ll-ycnr-old boy was accused today of setting two neighbor children afire In the attic of their Births Â»Â· I h ningham, eight, and his sister.l Mary, 12, Negroes. Another sls-| ter, Esther. 11 was critically burn, j ed trying to save them. She was in San Antonio Hospital today. A frail, physically handicapped! older sister, Ruth, 22, said she wrestled with the young assailant, but he mounted a chair out of her reach an'i threw kerosene on i!ic we children. Then he lit a paper loixh and threw il inio the allic,I where the youngsters had been sorting clothing. The parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Cunningham, were away at work. /Esther tossed water on the fire, :olice said. Ruth tried to climb to he aid of the screaming children )Ut could not. Mrs. Maudo Whar- on, a neighbor, tried to cut through ventilators in the attic with an axe when she heard the children screaming. An unidentified man grabbed Ihe axe when she failed to cut hrough to the trapped pair, but le failed, too. .lustlce of the Peace B. B. Bro- .hcrman withheld a verdict ponci- ng further investigation. a daughter. September 3, at the Clty Hospital. Mr. ind Mrs. K. D. Hendrirki | Mr. and Mrs. 11. D. Henclricks ; of Fayettcville, announce the birth of a son, September 4, at the City : Hospital. ' Mr. nd Mm. Donald Prater | Mr. and Mrs. Donald Prater of j tt GALLON Vanilla Ice Cream 63c Â·IT* rUTWOITH Co-start with Glenn Ford-ot the OZARK Sunday in "AFFAIR IN TRINIDAD" Holland Iroi. lacker Mam Personal To Women With Nagging Backache BUILDING AND REPIflt Whit. Aibiitot Siding No. 1 A Compl.l. Job IIMS P.r Sq Cibintt and Mlllwork. LOY KINZEft SSI Wall St. Phon. 20 U . . Mniiachcx tnd dlulnra* mtj tÂ» due lu Â»low- down of kldnes function. Doctor* mmj con.1 f TM!t' '"""i"! ta V "T Imporunt la tood ttnlth. 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