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AMANSAI TIMIS, tortHtvM*, AikMM. W**w*4ay, Mawy 37, ItM ICAurc/ifW Backed In Pledge Of Effective Korean Action i ' ,"" 'Â·' ' . ' ^^ : ;. Prime Minister I K U 5 ? -Mistake to Start S War With Red ;Â·.' China, He Says' *-' : tondon - M l - Prime Minister ;Churchill won. a House of Com- '-Mpns confidence v'olo on his f "eljn policy Inst nighl. after asscrl- rlnf his pledge of "prompt, resolute .Â·Â·Â·nd effective" action In Korea "only continued policies 5ct last iMiy^by the former Labor gov- 'trnment.. . . . . - Â· ' ' Â· ' Â· Â· Â· "Â·Â· Â· He disclosed also that, the Lhhnr ,^nilmÂ»' of Prime Minister Attlcc : Â«eeretly set up a nlnnl for regular production of. nromic bombs and *lttd produced on atom bomb. PLAN TO BUILD Â·M Out MiltrliL G*l Out PrlcM. Try Out SÂ»T|Â«. DYKE LUMBER CO. . ' . ' Â· Ml It Chiilit Â·t" BEACH uvrrrtviLii, *Â«t ~ i UN Churchill won the confidenc vole of 318 to 285 with Llbera iwrly backing. His revelation on Korean policy and the atom bomb came, Chur chill sold, from cabinet document which he had no chance to sec Un til-.his Conservative party oustec l)ie.v!Laborltes In last October' 'general election, His disclosure brought contusion and ange among the .Laborltes. This may sharpen the division between sucl moderate Icadcrn as Attlec anc Herbert Morrison, and the lef wing faction led by former L'aboi Minister Aneurln Bcvan, The confidence vote came on a Ltibur censure motion accuslni Churchill of making secret military pledges to President Truman Socialist critics charged .these pledges were hinted at when Churchill 'promised in a speech l( Congre'ss last month that Britair would tnkc ''prompt, resolute am effective" action If a Korea truce were reached, then broken by the Communists. . Â· . .. Defile a* Heorcl Agreement Churchill denied any score 1 agreement with the president He ' said Attlee'.i govcrnmcn reached,n secret military understanding with the United , States last May to take joint action "outside Korea" If Communist planes badly blasted U. N. forces from Chinese' hoses, Churchill said Attlcc .was Justified in mnklnfi ' such arrangements and added: "We conformed In principle to the policy of our predecessors and, indeed, In some respects, it might be said that., we did not commit ourselves even as far as they had. done." The prime minister said he still is convinced the U, N. would make mistake to start n war with Â· WHO F5XES RADIOS? We've Been Serving You 20 Years SMITH RADIO SHOP til THE END OF THE EARTH COMING SOON! Communist China and "few adventures could be less'useful or fruitful", than to launch defeated Nationalist leader Chiang K a i - shek on a new mainland war against the Reds, Two Benlon County Men Seek Office As Represenfafive BcnionvUle-(Speclal)-Two Benton County men have filed fr/i representative, positions one and two respectively. Clayton Little, Benlonville attorney and former deputy prosecutor, said he "will seek the Democratic nomination for position No. 1. The candidate for No. 2 will be Elberi Graham of Lowell, widciy-known orchardlst and farmer, . Graham is a native, of Benton County, and nan lonff been active In various agricultural organisa- tions. He is a 'former Farm Bureau o f f i c i a l and is now serving as a Ex-Wife To Tell Jury Of Fatal Shooting Ozon Farmer Killed At Home Of Former Mate's Parents Little Rock-W)-An Ozan,'Ark., farmer was shot to dca'h at a farm Springdale Guests in the home of Mr si Ruth sade in Home Missions" which'was in keeping with the Week of Prayer to'lje held in-March., .' Â·, O. C. Massey, a-patient f t City B. Allison Saturday were Jhe Rev. Hospital for several days, was re- Braler of. turneff to his home Monday after- :nd Mrs. William A. Route 1 Pea Ridge and Miss Meta Uellner of flusscllville. Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brown of Springfield, Mo. , noon in . a Callison Slsco .. ambulance. He suffered from a heart attack. Mrs. Pearl Baskin was taken Terry Gene Silts', small son of j from City Hospital to the home Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Pilts, Jr., has of W, L. Baskin on West High- glandular fever. Al present he is under the' doctor's care and will have to rest for some time, The St.'Joseph Catholic Church at Tontitown will begin the season of Lent with the observance 1 of Ash Wednesday which will be fol- home In Howard County last .j lowed by the season of penitence way 63 Tuesday morning in a Callison Sisco ambulance. The Brotherhood of the First night. C. D. Webb, 10; was said by Sheriff Ambrose Chesshir have been shot to death by his former v.'lfc at the home of her fpthcr In the Buck Range community. Mrs. llar.el Webb, m o t h e r ' o f three children, was released following' the shdotfng to the cus- tod. \i o! her father. If she-is able to travel today, Prosecutor Bobby Steel said. she would appear be- Ulllllrll flllU II, I l l J W - MJ1VHIK (IS " I director of "the Soil Conservation for e the Grand Jury in-Nashville. Service Â· district surrounding his home. ' 'Little was graduated from the University law school and entered practice before World -War II. During the war he served as an infantry company commander in Italy and North Africa. Since leaving the Army he has served as deputy', prosecutor and president of the Chamber of Commerce and Kiwa'nis' Clubs. Military Secret Claim Not Upheld By Police San Franclscp-M'l-When is a jus 1 accident a .'military secret? When the bus is being used to .rain clvjl - defense drivers, says defense instructor Clarence - G. 'ahoy, a munclipa! railway Inspector. 'A bus driven by a woman .rnlnee under Lahey's instruction umpcd a curb last night, knock- ng down a pedestrian', Lahey declined to (jive details. Military secret, he said. Police were not so secretive. They said Elln B. Fnyne lost con- rol of the bus while making n turn. John Nuchupoff, 00, was aken to a hospital with a broken OR. 2 YEAR ROSE, BUSHES 55c (rider Bros. Nursery GREENLAND, ARK. Sheriff Chesshir said Mrs. Wetib grve this account of the shooting;: Her. former husband, .whom, she divorced about iwo months ago, arrived at her father's home while she was alone with the children. lie luuk t shotgun from his car and walked around the house several times. Then,'he put tje gun br.ck in '.he car and started to er.ter the house through the back dcor. She said she fired one time with a 12-gaugc shotgun through the door. Webb was struck in the chest "by the charge. No Fraud Uncovered In Grain Shortage Probe Washington-M*)-Senator Ellender (D-La) said today a special Senate investigation of multimillion-dollar shortages in government grain "so far has not involved Agriculture Department officials in frauds or irregularities." "I don't ktuv what we will run into as we move along," ElJender said. "Sometimes you RQ hunting for rabbits and find a rattlesnake," Ellendcr is chairman of the Senate Agriculture Committee. Keep o *Hh Hn Mm**--rea* s TIMES 4tllf. 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Musical Theatre o the Air 10:00 News 10:15 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off THURSDAY MORNING 5:30 Rise N'Shine 5:50 R.F.D. 1450 6:00 Rise N' Shine 6:30 Markets and Weather 6135 Hist N' Shine 6:45 Stock Talk Time 7:00 Koffee Knp Kaperi 7:30 Otasco NÂ«wÂ» 7:45 Sunrise Serenade 8:00 Hobcrt Hurlcich-M 3:15 Morning Devotion 8:30 TIMES Morning Edition S:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns 9:00 Morning Melodies 9:25 News--M 9:30 Take a N.imbr- 10:00 Food for Thought 10:15 Linda's First Love 10:30 Queen for n Day 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands 11:15 Bauckngc Commentary 11:25 Carl Smith 11:30 Chrrch of Christ 11:I5 Musical Roundup 11:55 Markets . . . . THURSDAY AFTKINOON 12:00 Hymns of All Churches 12:15 News at Noon 12:30 Chuck Wagon ./amborce 12:45 Riders of tho Purple Sago 1:00 Dixieland Matinee 1:25 News :30 Afternoon Varieties 2:00 Ladles Fair . 2:25 News' 2:30 Swing Session 2:45 BASKETBALL District 1 Tniirnnment 'n.vctlcvlllo Vs. 4;15 Tune Plck'n Time 4:90 Tune Plck'n Time 3:00 Sgt. Preston of the Vukaa 8;,V Sky Klni 5:55 Cecil Brown preceding Easter, the Rev. Father John Stauder, assistant priest of the St. Joseph parish, nounccd. has an- Thc Dorcas Welfare Society-of' the Adventist .Church met Tuesday afternoon'. Gifts were exchanged. The Women's Missionary Society of the First .Baptist Church met Tuesday afternoon to study the guide book' and the WMU manual. Mrs. Denver Murray of Rogers taught the hooks. Material for hospital gowns to be used in the . newf Springdale Memorial Hospital 'has .arrived and cutting of the garments began Tuesday afternoon in the Women's Civic club rooms in the library basement, Mrs. J. C. McKinney announced. The Caudle Avenue Women's Missionary Society met Tuesday morning at the church. Mrs. Bu'ri Cypert reviewed the book "Cru- Baptist Church met Tuesday night for a regular monthly dinner in the dining room of the church. The Rev. Delbert.McAffee, pastor of the Immanuel Baptist Church in Fort Smith was guest speaker. Dr. J. Harold Smith, pastor of the First Baptist Church in Fort Smith, will be the guest speaker at the next meeting to be held in March. Â· Xi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met^with-Mrs. Rachel Riggs Tues- d a y ' n i g h t . A program'was given and refreshments were served. program and the two guest speakers were: Mrs. Charles Ray of Fayetteville who is sub-supreme deputy for the Order of The Rainbow Girls, who used as her subject "Why Rainbow Was Organized," and Johnny McWhorter of Springdale who is Boy Scout field executive. He spoke on "How Scouts are Building for Tomorrow inÂ»This World." Several Rainbow Girls sang during the lunch hour. Kathie Gaskin also played three piano solos. Â· Mrs. Claude Kelly was chairman of the hostess group and those assisting her were: Mrs. Irving Kills, Mrs.' Joe Kay, -Mrs. Clyde Murphy, Mrs. Lee Womack. Mrs. O. E. Hawkins, Mrs. Vol. Lesler, Mrs. Hugh Sherry, Mrs. L. M. Riggs, Mrs. 'Cline Lane, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. F. F. Hazel. Mrs. John Crain, Mrs. G. C. Hartenbower, Mrs. Maude Barrows, Mrs. G. E. Umbaugh and Mrs. C. A. Ownbey. Dr. Nolen M. if by, president o!' the Arkansas State Teachers College,-has announced that .Bill Cromwell has been appointed assistant dean bt men^ Cromwell re. i ceived a degree from the University. He married Margarel Heer- wagcn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louie Heerwagen of Springdale. Commentator Joins Eisenhower Campaign Â· New York - (If) - Commentator Tex McCrary is taking a leave from his radio Â· and 1 television shows to campaign for Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower for the Republican nomination for president. His wife, former aclress Jinx Falkenburg, will carry on the shows. - Â» The Women's Civic Club met Monday afternoon'and'had luncheon and a program. Mrs. Lee Sanders, president, presided. Several two minute talks were given on "Springdale As a Business Town." Mrs. Mallory Hawk was appointed chairman-of a committee to make plans to help make Springdale a better town. Plans were also made for the club to be represented at the district meeting in Fort Smith in March. Several other business matters were voted on. Mrs. Irving Kitts arranged the OPENING Friday, February 29fh 6:00 P.M. Big Double - Feature Also: Color Cartoon *GIANT FIREWORKS DISPLAY *FREE PONY RIDES *FREE PLAYGROUND FOR THE KIDDIES ^MINIATURE GOLF COURSE CIVI YOU* FIIT A THAT Finest Boots Made and in Boots The favorite for 76 years for their handsome styling . . . wonderful fit ... extra long wear! Choose yours from our line of exclusive Hyer designs. All sizes. If you prefer to select a boot from the many designs, we will order them MADE TO MEASURE FOR YOU ahd GUARANTEE a fit. Try on a pair with the new walkin' heel for solid comfort All bootmakers are far behind with production for the simple reason that more and more boots are being worn daily by business men as well as stockmen. Get youts today or come in and let us MEASURE YOU'UP for the coming Rodeo season. 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