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February 5, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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fj^i_NO«THWIST ARKANSAS TIMK, rpyeHevllU. Arfcai*** Tueulay. fibruary 5, 1952 Department Considers Closing Satellite Embassies '·'':·' By "JOHN A. SCAM i w l l l Ir.v to nVvIsi; :i plan [or .better . VasMnRlOn - I/I') - The United : li'»ici-l Inn of orobaw personnel Stiles todav was rcnortnl review-: «'" 1 I'riviitc Aincnwiii business at, the. question' of w h r l h p r to men mm in k.;iMcrn I-.urnue. :16ic nil Amcrlriin embassies in Any decision In dosr Amciiciin lUEclan satellite countrif.i. pinbupsif-s · would be a decided A mcclinc of Aincrinin ;im- s h i f t I" Stall' Department policy. ussadors to iron C u r t a i n mini-| U n t i l now it lias fnvnrert kPcplriK Ties lias been Irnuitivcly s e t ' Minn open ,-it v i r t u a l l y n i l costs to n Paris for the /nr-t wool; in I;:T\T as "listening po.st.s." arch. ! Top SUitt..- Department policy- At the wine time, o f f i c i a l s tnlrl 1 makers would prefer to keep them ,his renm-lT Ameriraii i l i n l o n u i i s ! i" iipcralinn. despite incrensins i it · · · MD (l/ashinq'is as Simple Scr i dcnvniltiiinn and ttt the dif/erencr! Set how dirty vuh and riput %-iteti tic dtiifrtd iwiy (rum yftir cloihtt . . , nrvtt fhmujtli them, Truc'i ihc IMWII AUC j^c« whht clothn whitrr and rolorrJ cfcxho bfighirr. And ii't ill *o riiv, the whnle job it CUM- flXTELY AUTOMATia SMITH Radio Appliance hfirHKpmftitt Jrnm Communist gov- rrmnonls, oven now. Anti-U.S. Campaitn? ·Sumo l»y officials however, j HJWC proposed the review bucauFC, they fc;ir HIP satellite novcnimcMt?, f JU'o Hue to Kubjct'l Jill -Amoric.'ms ' within tlicir borders to ;i cnmpaijjn ; of h u m i l i a t i o n ; d e n u n c i a t i o n and possibly imprijtOmnoiit. ; Already two American citi/^ns' have boon imprisoned on "Ppy" . ehiti'firs in Communist Hungary j niid Cjx'chfjslovakia. Unborl A . ! Voccler was held by the Hun- j fiarlanr; 1 17 montlis itnd released . only when tho U,S, promised various cnncnsalnns to Hungary. WilHfim O»tls ( Assoclntcd Press correspondent in Prague 1 , nan been in a Czech prison since last J u l y 2 under a Ifl-yRyr sentence. Only last. December, Hungary forced the U.S. to pay $120,000 for the release' of four American a i r - ' , men who Innded by mistake be- j hind the rted border. ! Bulgaria Minimi Clusctl The U.S. now ban diplomatic missions in Russia, Poland, Czcrh- o.ilnvnklii, Hungary and f i u m n n i a . The American legation in Bulgaria was closed February 24, 1050, a f t e r the Communist government there declared the American minister unacceptable on tho grounds that he was a spy. It Is understood the State Dep a r t m e n t would favor keeping the American embassy in Moscow as { ;i last official conliict with the i Communist world. j The satellite embassies in t h e ; U.S. wouk! be shut down nl the same lime their American counterparts abroad were closed, Foresters Will Meet Feb. 8,9 In Fayetleville The a n n u a l wink'r meeting of tho Oxnrk section, fine-inly of American Foresters, will be held nt the Washington Hotel, February B and fl. The O?.ark .section, part of n national wRmiizntinii of profession!*! foresters, includes members from Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma. The meeting will feature forest entomology and pathology. Fny Mende, associate professor of forestry at the University nn- nouncod some of the lending fnr- enl pnthnlogists and enlomolnql.sls of tho nation w i l l be featured on the program. The principal speaker for t h o Friday morning session will bo Dr. .Inhn F. Coyne, U.S. Department of Agriculture forests insects invcstlgHtion, section, G u l f noil. Miss. Entomologists from the University of Arkansas, University of Missouri and Oklahoma A. and M, College w i l l bike p a r t In a panel discussion following Dr. Coyne's address. The speaker for (be Friday afternoon session will be Dr. Rerch Henry, U.S. Dep.trtmcnt of Acrl- e u l t u r o division of forest pathology. .Pafhologists from the same ins t i t u t i o n s ns in the morning session will p a r t i c i p a t e in a panel discussion- following Dr. Henry's address. Saturday m o r n i n g w i l l be devoted to a business session. LURING HIM TO A FASHION SHOW Construction Workers' Pay Rate Increases Atlanta-(/Pi-Union wiise scales for constriction workers "" in 14 SouthciVl latcs, inuluding Arkansas, conlhWcd to increase during the fourth quarter of 1951. Brunswick A. Bafidori. southern regional director of the Bureau of Labor Statistics, said today that each of the seven building trades showed advances in at least three of the 27 cities surveyed. A fractional increase of f).5 per cent was reported for Southwestern cities, fn Little Rock, Ark., the hourly wane scales were: Bricklayers, $3.25; carpenters, $2; electricians, S2.25; painters, $1.92'/2; plasterers, $2.75; plumbers, $2.52; laborers, 87^ cent.'. Obituary 89 Licenses Issued Bcntonvillc - (Speeial) - Sixty- nine marriage licenses were issued by the County Clerk's office here from J a n u a r y 29 through this morning. Twenty-five licenses were issued Saturday morning* Three hundred and eight were sold in the month of January. VounR Alexander G r a h a m Bel was given only six months to live when he arrived at Brantford, Ontario, in 1870. MRS. DOUGLAS MncARTHUR ( l e f t ) and actress Judy Garland cncor'. Larry Jim Gross, March of Dimes poster boy, at the March of Dimes fashion show In New York. The'show. "Scene of Spring," was presented by New York Dress Institute Coutun group. (InternationalI Alvoh T. Swift Kunural service for Alvah T. Swift, 78, Kayettcville, who died Saturday in County Hospital, was conducted yesterday at 2 p. m. in the Providence Baptist Church by the Rev. Mr. Ervin. Burial was in the FarmiiiBlon cemetery, w i t h arrangements in charge of Moore's Funeral Chapel. Pallbearers were John Layman, Ray Patlon, Day Davis, Tom Ixiwe, Bob Tucker, and Charles Tipton. ~ 1/2 GALLON Vanilla Ice (ream 64c Holland ir«. Uckar Plant PLAN TO BUILD S» Our MllerilL Gel Our Prices. Try Our Service. DYKE LUMBER CO. 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East on was arrested by State Trooper Wallace Parncll and a Rogers patrolman hist Thursday on a druniu'ii d r i v i n g charge following an accident on West W a l n u t Strnrl. in Rogers. UARK Starting Wednesday . LAST TIMES » Tne MAGIC CARPET" TUESDAY OPEN P,M OBERTSON ^DENNI DAY |t JAMtj BARTON JK?S WAITER BULLOCK, CHARLES O'NEAL - GLADYS LEHMAN 'j-';; MORI FUN THAN A 3-RING CIRCUS . . . Just when the world needs a laughl ·IJUDY | P A L A C E * N o w S h o w m 9 « ) | OZARK LAST TIMES TUESDAY 1:10 - 3:15 - 5:15 - 7:20 - 9:25 [Detective Stray Starting Wednesday · 1:20-3:20-5:25-7:30-9:30 Joan LESLIE · Ellen DREW Alexander KNOX Also Thrilling Fcatnrette! m Fhc 21 Minute Story of n Rescue Behind Enemy Linos in Korea -Filmed As It Actually Happened! "ONE WHO CAME BACK" Sensational Battlcfront Scenes! '"s, lord cutsTruck Running Costs Again! Now..Three new compression friction Engines in FORD TRUCKS for'52! IOI-H.P. COST airm sixt N.W iow-F»cnpH feifen. 215 cu. In. Avallabl. 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NOW Ford offers 3 IMW Law-NicriON truck engines--two new Car9e King V-l's and new Cast Clipper Six--thai save up h I gallon of gas in every 7 ... deliver more power per cubic inch ... rime-saving power tuned to today's Speed-Hauling ntedsl New UIW-FRICTION denign liberate "cnp- tive" power: Ordinarily, engine friction steals as much as 30% of the power your engine develops. Ford short stroke Low-FmaiON design cuts 1S9-H.P, C A K O O KINO V'li H.w LOW. HICnON d«t!gn. 317 cu. In. Standard In Snn.i F-8.' piston travel up to one-fifth, reduces fric tion drag and heat and wear. . Other* friction-fighting features: New Super-fitted Aulothermk I'islons: New Precisian-molded Cast Alhv Crankshaft*; New Full-Flow Oil Filters! New Cooling! Ford's economy-proved, world-famed 239 cu. in. V-8 engine rating is increased to 106 h.p. And the 254 cu. in. Bio Sin i§ upped to 112 h.p. 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