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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1952, Salt Lake City, Utah                                Martin Vows Majority Rule IifCcmtest Over Taft Ike THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE Thursday July 10 1952 AMPHITHEATERCHICAGO July 9 chair man Joseph W Martin Jr Wednesday night promised to make certain that the will of the majority prevails in the Taft Eisenhower battle for the presi dential nomination In a speech delivered before he formally assumed his tradi tional role of permanent chair man the veteran Republican leader of the House of Repre sentatives declared My only desire as I stand here tonight is to make certain that every delegate has a fair chance of expression to make certain that the will of the majority pre vails His address was a straightout indictment of the bungling lead ership in Washington which he said has given a third of the world to communism and plunged the N S into a mad armament race which we are told we are losing Martin spelled out the nations ills under the Democrats He said We suffer from Inflation Taxes have reached an alltime high The cost of government breaks all peacetime records Washington is bogged down with disgraceful scandals And we fight a stalemate war in faroff Korea He denounced the Democrats awful mismanagement and aw ful corruption It Pays You To Save at Western Current Rate with safety Accounts opened by July 10 earn from July 1 1 Soul Suings Institution MSI fiji sovii Im till Republicans Draw Full House Early in Program Snafu Washington attorney Monte Appel handling contests tor force points to exhibit as he before Republican credentials WIrephoto committee Wednesday at Convention Hall in Chicago in disputed jeasejjf seats for members of delegation from Lone Star Stata GENERAL SEEN SURE CHOICE Ike Stock Soars on Texas Georgia Votes Continued from Page One believing the nomination was far from in the bag for any candidate The smoldering Eisenhower Taft delegate contest broke out with a roar Wednesday in the fight for the Georgia delegation Sen Everett Dirksen Taft spokesman in his unsuccessful plea for the Georgia slate loosed pandemonium on the convention floqft when he pleaded for the vote of New Yorks delegates Dirksen said Gov Thomas E Dewey had taken the party down the road to defeat he caused a reaction that took more than three minutes to quell During that period the first fist fight of the heated conven tion broke out near the Indiana delegation x A motion for a 45minute re cess before the vote on the Geor gia delegation failed and its fail ure provoked another insight into the intensity of the fac tional fight Gov John S Fine leader of the Pennsylvania delegation rushed to rostrum and charged Walter Halanan temporary chairman with break ing an agreement The agreement was for a 45 minute recess Gov Fine said pounding the speakers dias with his fist MyGod Diets live up to the When said the mo tion to recess Had been voted down Fine and most of the Penn GOP Platform Okeh iifinL S f JHIGS active 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Taft and 16 for Gen Dwight D Eisenhower 5 The surprisemove pi the uay was the yielding by the Taft forces of the Louisiana delega tion in the Credentials Commt tee As the 27 to 24 Texas vote indicated supporters of the Ohio senator could have forced through a prcvTaft Louisiana slate but it would have lost on the floor The entire Texas flispute was reviewed by the convention The Taft supporters claimed to be the legallychosen delegates charging that the Eisenhower slate was picked at meetings packed with Democrats who will desert the party in November Sooners Test Ikes Gharm CHICAGO July 9 Dwight D Eisenhower turned his charm on the Oklahoma dele gation to the Kepublican Na tional Convention Wednesday but he appeared to have little chance of winning any new votes from the Sooners But the four Ike backers and about 30 other Oklahomans were present in the Blackstone Hotel French Room to shake his hand and hear him say that he will make a fighting campaign for the presidency if nominated and that he is a good Republi can Only two of the seven dele gates supporting Sen Robert A Taft and only one of the five backing Gen Douglas MacArthur showed up J Paul Loosen Okarchei the MacArthur supporter asked Eisenhower if he would get rid of all those Democrats in Wash ington I intend to dispose of every body in an appointive position the general replied We need a fresh group of Republicans in power Two of the Eisenhower dele gate wives planted kisses on the generals cheek Mrs Cannon Harris Oklahoma City was first in line Reticent at first she kissed the general after delegate Vernon Downing Oklahoma City reminded her by saying I thought you said the first time you saw biro you would kiss him Then Mrs C E Barnes Okla homa City stepped up to say Tm have one too She did The delegation delayed until Thursday a vote on the national committeewoman race The mem bers had decided previously to hold the vote Wednesday but absentees caused the postpone ment CONVENTION HALL CHI CAGO July 9 Repub licans offered their version of Operation Snafu Wednesday night They had a full house but no show That was at pm CDT pm MST when the sixth session of the 6 O P national convention was supposed to start confusion set in The delegates had been told at the close of the afternoon session that they were to reconvene at pm to receive the creden tials committee report i Many of the delegates and visi 1 tors stayed in the amphitheater dining in the cafeteria or wan idering through halls But shortly before 5 pm guards and ushers official cut everyone but newspapermen and others with business at the con vention They told them to re Lurn at and use cards issued for the night session The hall emptied At 520 Virgil Frizell an as sistant to the committee on ar rangements strodeto the speak ers platform Looking out over the vast audi said he wished to make an announce ment The next session he said will begin at about pm in stead of But the word didnt get around At hundreds of delegates and visitors streamed into the auditorium Of Committee Continued from Page One of small business and growth of nonmonopolistic pri vate enterprise tax reductions sound money and revision of the TaftHartley labor law to theex tent that experience would make advisable The texts of the foreign policy and civil rights planks were made public late Wednesday The for reign policy plank won the ap proval of the 106member com mittee unchanged Travels Rocky Road The civil rights plank with its handling of discriminations in employment because of race color religion or national origin traveled a rocky road betore a compromise version was worked out It was viewed as having been watered down and Sveaker than the plank of In raeti a proposal that the 1948 plank be readopted was rejected With the possible of the civil rights plank the platform was expected to win convention ratification without major the other nine planksj covering national defense labor and pub lic welfare agriculture natural resources taxation and monetary policy communism and corrup tion governmental operations small business and economics arid veterans affairs were due to be released Thursday in advance of the morning session of the convention The foreign policy plank had the general indorsement of Eisenhower and Sen Taft Lost the Peace In line with its fighting mood the plank charged bluntly that the leaders of the adminis tration in power had lost the peace so dearly earned by World War II and that the moral in centives and hopes for a better world had been betrayed With foresight it contended the Korean war with its 110000 American casualties to date would never have happened The foresight was lacking the instru ment held when occupation troops were withdrawn from South Korea in the face of the aggressive poised for action Communist strength on its north ern border Then it was said the plank interjected that Korea was of no concern to us The plank pledged encourage ment and development of col lective security 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