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February 15, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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MOftTHWtST ARKANSAS TIMK, '·y*tt«vM«, A:keni« Friday, Ftbrwry 1), 1M Final Arguments Presented In Defamation Case Like Charles, La.-Wj-Attorncys* presented final arguments today in tin trials of five newspapermen charted with defaming 16 public ofticiils and three admitted (amblers in ?n anti-gambling crusade. The arguments were scheduled to begin at. 10 a. m. (CSTj. After considering them .and briefs sub- mitte-i by the defense and prosecution, District Judge J. Bernard Cock* is'expected to hand down verdicts in 'several weeks. The five newsmen were tried last IJecembcr. Judse Cockc postponed final arguments'in ihe case:, until today. Dtiamation is a misdenieanoi which'under Louisiana law can be tried only before H judge without Gold Flow From Europe To United Slates Continues; France May Devalue The Franc; Reserves In Engla.no 1 Below Safety Figure · jury. The maximum penalty each eount 'a fe S'J TOO fine and a year imprisoMiivinv.. - · The newsmei, rl! mcmhe-! c.t the staff nf the Li-ke Charles American Press, are Publisher .Thomas Shearman; his son, Co Publisher Hugh'Shearrnan; Managing Editor Kenneth L. Dixori} City Editor James Norton, and Reporter Carter George, They were'indicted by a Grand Jury last August for allegedly defaming District Attorney G r i f f i n Hawkins, his assistant, Melvin Wetherill, Sheriff Henry Reid, and 13 members of the parish Police Jury, the county governing body. A citizens group protested open gambling to District Judge Mark Piclirell and demanded a Grand Jury investigation. PicUrell called a special session of the Grand Jury. Before the Grand Jury met, District Attorney Hawkins filed bills of information against a group of gamblers. Judge Pickrell lined them up t o ' $ 1 0 0 each and handed out several suspended jail sentences. Dixon contended that small fines without jail sentences "could not in any way be a deterrent to vio- latort of the law." The newspaper published a listing of names and criminal records. During the newsmen's trial, the slate charged the newspaper had listed under the names of three gamblers the criminal records belonging to three other men with the same names. No Trick To Get TrafficTickets 1 Fixed In Manila M a n i l a - O T . - A n y red bloodec Filipino can get a traffls ticket fixed in Manila. All he has to do Is see Ray Biggins- at City Hall. Higgins leads the violator to pretty nurse who e x t r a c t s pint of blood for Filipino w wounded. Then Higgins tears up the ticket. · By SAM DAWSON New York-W)-Go!d continues to flow from Europe to the United States. The French financial crisis revives talk of » possible devaluation of the franc although the Paris sovcrnmcnt denies it has any such plan. The royal pageantry surrounding the ascension of a queen to Britain's" throne has diverted attention from England's financial Women "Couriers" To Work For Democrats U'ashinglon-f/Pj-The Democrats today appointed three women "couriers" to sell women voters in the party to this election plight. But there are reports her gold and dollar reserves are continuing to drop, despite the strenuous efforts of the Churchill government to halt if. Britain has said the gold a n d ] dqllaf reserves of the ste'rling area must top two billion dollars for "minimum 'safety." It is reported t h a t ' t h e January drain on pulled them below 20 In Family, They Find No Time For TV Joliet, Ill.-OT-Mrs. Nora Baker 40, who gave. birth to her 18th child Sunday, said today: "A bijf family is really trouble. In fact I want two more girls just to even things up." Mrs. Baker and her husband, Raymond, 46, a machinist, have 10 sons and eight daughters. The Bakers live in their own seven-room frame home. They have all the modern appliances except television. A n d ' t h e father «aid: "We don't need TV. There's so much going on we don't have time to watch it." WHILE THEY LAST Venetian Blinds M«i Silts Whitt Linoleum Tile 9x9-- .08-10 each each Myefteville Floor Co. her reserve this figure. The United States, on the oilier hand, raked in $236 million dollars more of gold during January. Since last July 1, this country has added $1,241,000,000 to its store of gold. In large part this was due to! our booming foreign trade. Last' year we sold more than 15 b i l - j lion dollars worth of foreign I goods, a record for any one year. I But that four billion dollar d i f - l fercncc is the trouble spot for the j rest of the worlrl. It means they owe us four billion dollars over and above the amount of goods they were able to sell us. They pay the difference with gold--or with dollars that the U. S. tax payers give them in loans aric grants. Buyini Cut Rack Britain has cut hack her buying from us riraslk-ally, but even so she had a trade deficit of 296. million dollars in January, France lad a 100 million dollar trade deficit in January. Both countries try to lay most of the blame on the arms program which the United States sponsors 'or the free world. They charge 'Irst, that we have cut back our buying of raw m aterials from hem unnecessarily -- citing tin and rubber stockpiling slowdowns n this country. And they charge secondly that we have raised the price of our raw materials which they must buy from us If they are to rearm. But bankers here say European defense efforts haven't played as large a part as that. They say Europe was buying raw materials for many other reasons--payine premium prices for copper and leadj for example, in the same great civilian rush -to buy that twice swept this country during periods of war jitters. France also has been particularly hard hit by inflation. Prices there have risen much faster and higher than here. British inflation has also outstripped ours, but not i badly as in France. The gold crises is likely to come to a boil soon. Austerity abroad may halt the flow of gold from Europe to the United States. Chances are however, that tho United States will be asked once more to come to the financial aid of its Allies against Communism, Churchill got quite a bit of help when he was here. France would like to try that too. year. India Edwards, vice chairman of the Democratic National Committee and director of thp women's division, said Vice President Alben Barkley suggested the project. The three "couriers" will spend month here at t h e . p a r t y ' s national headquarters. Then they'll tour the nation. The three--experienced speakers and parly workers--are Elsie Jensen of Los Angeles; Mrs. Carolyn Moore of Franklin, Ky., a n d ; Mrs. Jane Schmidt of Hockford, I Supplemental ; Lensman Tours Funds Asked By President Wasi-.inston-WVPrcslde'nt Truman risked Congress yesterday for $715,238,165 more to finance current operations. TI.c largest slice of the supplemental appropriations requested by the president is $205,BUO,UOO for the Veterans Administration, It was explained that 160,000 more trainees registered under the "CI Bill" benefit program than were anticipated. Also needing financing arc insurance for Korean casualties, automobiles voted for disabled veterans by the last Congress and veterans' compensation and pension payments. Other sums are needed for the Postofflce Department ($189,338,000) to cover increased cost of railroad mail tarnsportation under ICC order last November; Treasury ($26,640,000) to cover salary increases and enforcement of the new gambling law; commerce ($77,416.170) for federal aid to highways; Housin;,' ond Home Finance A g e n c y ($48,875,000) mostly for defense spending. Kee» np with U» Unw--n«4 the T:MBS iiiir. Prisoner Camps In North Korea Tokyo-M'j-Frank ( P u p p y ) Noel, Associated P r e s s photographer captured by the Communists in the Korean War, Is on ti tour o! prison camps In North Korea tak Ing pictures of other prisoners, Noel's third batch of photos, received In Tokyo today, was taken Inside Camp No. 1 at Chnnirioni, near the Yalu River border ,1(1 miles northeast of Sinuiju. Previously! Noel had taken photographs of Allied soldiers inside prison camps Nos. 2 and S both near Pyoktoiig, within a few miles of the Yalu and about miles northeast of Sinuiju. Buckner were complimented with a wurminR party Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hawkins housc night. Newcomers to the community, they recently purchased and remodeled the house formerly owned by Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Caudle. Thirty-one guests brought gifts. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. W. L Stonccipher, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mayes and son Rickey, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Hawkins and son Jimmy, and Mr. and Mrs Prank Maxwell nntl sons, all of Kayeticvillc. refreshments wrrfi served by Mrs. Betty Counts, Mrs. Jacltle Rohbini, Mrs. Jnck Hughes find Mrs. J. N. llawkln.i. The Itcv. Bii7.il Lcdford nf Kl- kins '.'.'III preach ;it tho Huckncr I Hiiplift Church Sunday. · MM. Eihrl [.diigstrcp'.. v. ht h;i;,; been 111 with f l u , Is repented improving. Keel lip «lth Itif limn--'*»d i 'TifHtH dallr. A century ago farmers brought m l k . t r city homes in 'cans hanjp : ing from yokes on Ihcir shoulder*." The South PnJe "was discovered by Amtmdi:en 40 years ago, after ;i 65-day trek .with log slcdl iirrofs the jjrcat Ice shelf. EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD V» OFF WOMENS SHOES DRESSES COATS WINTER UNDERWEAR EVERYTHING ELSE ARK. BROKERAGE CO. 0 ,?-^-Ji, Reopening --All New Merchandise -- March 1 Dredging of a ship channel in the Orinoco River in Venezuela will begin this year. Its purpose is to tap one of the world's richest iron ore reserves. Population experts estimate I there are 30 to 60 .million refugees in the world today. , a ftw of our inoredientt will do the job! Take PURDY'S High Quality Food! and then add the Low Prices availobale here everyday and you came up with the answer. The freih-ttt and the best-est, at the LOW-eit. Hales Pride Northern Crackers, Sunshine Crispy Mint Pillows, Sunshine . Armour's Perk . Milk 2 Del Monte Cherries, No.2canl9c Peaches ·allord Biscuits. . 2 for 25c Kraft Dinner . . 2 for 25c 30c Hales Leader Tall Cans No. 2!/2 Can 25c Tissue, 3 for 25c Red Bud 33c Peaches Vn MEATS Cur rrom U.x Good and Choice Bser Ib. Box Ib. Pkg. POWDER SOAP 2 Large Boxes The United States has a produc :ion capacity of approximate!; 105 million Jons of steel a'year. ' France recently completed man-made port at Abidjan, capita of Africa's Ivory Coast. Sden/ey makes every drink taste better! · ··because it'* the best-tasting whiskey in ages ·ItNDEO W H I S K E Y 16 P R O O F . 65J5 G R A I N N E U T R A L S P I R I T S . SCNtNLCY DISTRIBUTORS, INC,, NIW YORK, NCW YORK Cake Mix . Pure Lard . Redeem your S w i f t C o u p o n s Here Swift8i»j-3lbs. 29c 29c 29c S6.49-3lb.49c FolgersCoffee . lb.85c Steak Hens - . Heavy Slab Bacon Sirloin or Porterhouse Frerh · Dressed Nice and Lean !b.87c !b.45c l».27c 45-lb. Can Lettuce . . Tomatoes. Cauliflower Large Firm Head 12ic Carton 17c «,,,,, Baby Food s* . Ifelveeta 3 for 25c 79c Freih Grsen lb.5c Celery . . Tc «±Stalk10c

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