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February 18, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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"Top Secret" In Red Zone Of Germany ernmcnt h» Impounded nil reoicauso of : dcath, and in many cases has livrome ««crel". In the fiussl,iii /.one .if Gtrnumy. The Communl*'. ROV- ords of suicides, has forh'dclcn iicwnpaijcrs to list suicide at the WHO FIXES RADIOS? Wefve Been Serving You 20 Yearn SMITH RADIO SHOP compelled physicians 10 falsi fy tlic.li report}: An £asl mae dulor /entured an opinion Ihy. the suicide rale "It is the Jiopelessnew p( th physic, (he ppjrliual and the eco nomjc, situation which muk't me; and women throw their lives swa io easily;" · · · · · · · -· A /armor, fur Instant, cfcnno m e e t lhe v -Communut-lmpusei quotas. It may be that '.rf ouola for him were deliberately llxed si hljh lie couldn't posjib'.v mec i^mmma^m^^m^^f^mmmmmi^^^mm^^m^^^m^m University Of Arkansas Band Presents A Concert The Symphonic Winds Monday, February 18 -8:15 P.M. Concert Hall -Fine Arts Center them. His farm would then bf subject to seizure'and reassigumcn to a favored political trienu. He gives up In the face of wnal appeal .. to him to be ccrtam defeat Little businessmen or inccrnnics hioncr who can't make ends meet are other candidates .nr suicide behind the Iron Curtain. Is "very high," but only the People's Police han any ide.i w h a t Is. . ., · The "outlawing of suici.lt is in keeping wit.i m fled philosophy lhat sued ihlniiE ji/s duii'l n«ppen Commuist "paradise." The ordcra to keep up such » facade' """ l:av r hccn squeezed uut by .the apply to G c r u a r i JSiMi-i'.-. i ...,,-.encroaching "nationalize'!' 1 ir.dus- K»ndn Ministry, whii-.i »··· I !'''·"' l n c school teacher fut-ri' for press; to the Inlnnor Ministry,' "l' o| itlcal unreliability," the pen- v/hich (ioveri)!, the IIU.KC, ,,,,u .j °""" r '"'"' "'"'' ""' '" """' the CiMtral Administration, which handles sta'is'tk's. The Ministry of Health gets Into I the act by frequently -jeiMiyihg a suicide as a death from heart attack i).' merely old dgo. Known tuberculosis cases are neA-r listed as such. · l£asl Germans, still not tc-cus- tomcd to such .linkerinu w i l l o)- vluus truths, say that ahnosi thj'ec-fourths uf liit; sunjjMc* 111 L..L Russian zone arc lraccm'2 lu "the hopelessness" of life un-lcr '.yian- ny. A clergyman PLAN TO BUILD Searchers Find Plane Wreckage; 31 Dead Aboard BurjKta, Sicily-Wj-Pohnd 'i-ach- nr| ihp wreckage of un AitJca- bquncl British alrllnc'r on a Sicilian mountainside to-lay ancl'rc- pnrti-d all 31 persons aooanl were dead. A ground search party found the twin-motored aircraft uii thu rug- s'opcs oL 4,500-foot Ml. hose The plane, operated by a charter firm, was carrying '26 pas- Keniiurti and a crew of five from Lunrinn to Nairobi, the capitr.] of British Kenya. It was !i:st hoard from Saturday afternoon an hour :Torc it was due at P.'tal'.j The wreckage was first sighted yesterday by another ^rilin ,pas- scnj;er plane. Airline officials withheld announcement of identities cl the dead. Our MaltrliL Gti Our Prices. Try Our Strvret. DYKE LUMBER CO aoi at. No Admiition Charge Clinic Cloted Wednesday The Washington County Healt Clinic will be clpsc . Miss Milada Pta'k, imblie healt nurse, will attend the co'ifeicnc on children and jo'.ilh sponsorc hy the Arkansas Council on Chit dren and Youth Tiiesrlny Thursday in Little Reck. Gable Divorce Not To Be Protested After All Hollywood - W) - Clark Gahle won't contest his wife's divorce suit, his studio says. Gable returned yesterday from New York, where he h a d . several "very friendly" talks with. Mrs. Gable, the former Lady Sylvia Ashley, an MGM spokesman said.. Hollywood, after hearing repor the pair couldn't agree on a prop crly settlement, had been expect ing Gable lo fifiht his wife's sui filed last May. The studio spokes man said he did not know if properly agreement had bee reached, but said a settlement prc sumahly is no obstacle to amicable divorce. Member Of AEC To Lecture At U.A. On Atomic Energy Dr. T. Keith Glennan, member o( the U. S. Atomic Enogry Commission, will discuss the United States' energy program in the Student union ballroom at the University Thursday night at o'clock. Dr. Glomian's public lecture will be under auspices of the U. A. Jistinguished Lecturers Commit- cc. The address, will . b e .given during, a national observance ol Ingince'r's Week, sponsored by the National Society of Professional Engineers. The commissioner will discuss he orgalnzation and method of ipcration of the AEC and the magnitude of* the 'atomic energy rogram, with reference to the ole of universities, scientists, and ngincers. In the AEC, Dr. Glennan spe- allzcs in engineering and pro- uction. When he was appointed ommissioner in August, 1D50, he as grantee* leave from his posi- on as president of Case Institute f Technology in Cleveland. A graduate of Yale University Jr. Glennan went to Hollywood in 1934 as vice president and.gen- eral manager of General Service Studios. He became studio manager of Paramount Studios, Inc., in 1939, and later held the same position at Samuel Goldwyn Studios. In 1942 he became administrator and later director of the U. S. Navy.Underwater Sound Laboratory at New London, Conn., and received for his .services the Medal of Tvlerit, highest U. S. civilian award. He became president of Case Institute in'1947. TODAY'S BIGGEST BARGAIN! Your 1942 $ spent for normal necessities of living is now worth only . . . . . . . Your 1942 $ spent for Sou thwes tern's £L£CTRICITYJsnojv worth ____ $1.31 Former Fayetteville Soldier Is Honored Headquarters Third Army, Fort WcFrierson, Ga.--The Bronze Star Vlcdal for "meritorious service" fCorca was awarded to Capt. Frank D. Proctor, formerly of Fayetteville, Ark., and now of Bryan, Texas, at retreat parade .cere.- monies at Fort McPherson recently. The award, presented to Cap- l a i n Proctor by Col. R. C. Ma'l- lonce, deputy post commander at Fort McPherson, cited the officer fnr his outstanding performance of duties while motor officer and advisor with , the 8th Cavalry Regiment, First Cavalry Division in Korea from May 3,! 1951, to September 16, 1851. Not white, not wheat, not rye, hut flavor blend of all three-Junge's Roman Meal Bread. 11-19-tf THIS LAST WEEK OFF EVERYTHING BROKERAGE nqdale 9 P.M., Saturday March 1 Reopening Merchandise "UTTLE EGYPT". and "Mask of th* Dragon" Fntun at: 1:00 - 3:05 - 5:10 . 7:20 - 9:25 mat Pickup" Girl Is Back! She's man-half and murder' O Z A R K Start* Wednesday ttfvall tirrf (if anilable) optiowJ at trim msf. rict, and trim tvbjcft to change vilhavt vp'f f r. Here's the big new ... most powerful car in its class! Electricity is cheap. The price of flectricity is one price that has not gone up in the last ten years ...it has come down. Prices were really beginning to climb in 1942 and have been going up ever since. But not electricity. [f yours is the average family you now get 30 percent more electricity for the ··me money as you did in 1942. / / The efficient men and.women of Southwestern, your friends and neighbors, working under sound business management... and your greater and greater use of electricity have kept the price down. Southwestern will continue to make every effort to keep the price down and the quality of service up. Designed to out-perform... out-ride... ovt-siie any other low-priced car on the American Road! · Never before did so little money buy performance to match that of .the '52 Ford. You get a chbice of two great power plants--the new Mileage Maker Six, or the Strato-Star V-8. No other car in its class can equal Ford's smooth-riding, comer-hugging readability. No other can match its new Coachcraft Bodies . . . its huge one-piece windshield and car- wide rear window . . . its convenient Center-Fill Fueling . .. its Power-Pivot Clutch and Brake Pedals. Here is a car that is truly the ablest car on the American Road . . . » car that mceta the widest range of motorists' needs ... a i-ar that does more things for more people at lower cost. Examine it carefully. "Test Drive" it. You'll agree you can p»y more but you can't buy better! FOHOMATIC DCIVf-- You'll discover I hut Kordomatic Drive for '62i»the rnont venatilc, the quickest and smoothest respond. in* automatic drive of any in it field. You Ret the smooth power flow of a Fluid Torque Converter . . . tho gcl-uri.and- GO of Automatic Mechanical Gears . . . plu.t the aavingi of having thn exact power you need, when you need ill NEW! NMi.i,Hlili-CMvrt»tM MILEAGE MAKER SIX I It's the only completely new, th« only low-friction engine in the low- price field! It delivers high-compression "go" on regular gas. NOW! 110-k.p. Hifh-CtniprnslM STRATO-STAR V-81 For '52, Ford's famous Strato- Star V-8 is stepped up to 110-h.p. It's Hie only V-8 and the most powerful .engine in its field. Like the Six it hai the economy of Ford's . matic Power Pilot. E. 1. DYEM, DIVISION MANAGER ·^ today! ABSHIER-BRYAN MOTOR CO. «W OMCHCMrT ND»f SiyM I* «i«y bMuti(vl...bviH I* They embody lh« n«weat in body-building techniques. They're longer and «trnnKer . . . provide greater comfort. New hull-tight construction mals out water, dual and dr/U.' r.c.t 17-21 EM! Mountain SUM* Fcyttttvill., Ark.nMt

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