Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 5, 1952 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 5, 1952
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AiKANt*! IUKB. March I, INI II, S. Not To Carry War To China If Truce Fails ftjr JOHti M. H1GHTOHE* ·''V/ashlnnton-W-T h e Truman Mmlhlitratlon hi! decided against ·iiy move to carry the Korean war *;Chin«. even If the truce talks collapse. . " -OfflcIaU said that Is the present Male .policy, but liow it would be applied''will undoubted!} depend ·n whul the Communist* do and .what tht Ameriran people think ·bout It. In the highest levels of (he Defense' and 'SUtc departments it is rikoymzed, officials privately concede, that popular indignation c'iUld force Ihe United Stales in ·time circumstances' to take action which .would either contradict or diverge 'from It's present policy. A clear Indication of the administration's allituclc came last night In a kpcccii sent by Assistant Koc- retary of Slate John .M. Allison lo the Philadelphia Bulletin Forum at Philadelphia. It was delivered by hla a.-.sislimt, U. Alexis John- Ron, who returned 10 days ago from InlUs with Gen. M a t t h e w B. Rldgway and other top U. N. military men In Korea. "U is. olir policy," Allison said, "lo confine the conflict to Korea, We do not propose lo widen the scope of the war. Thai has been our policy from Ihe start. That remains our policy, if Is up io Ihe Communists, If they w n n i to widen lh« conflict nnd ciiRUlf Ihe world in a terrible world w a r , - t h e n they must be the ones lo do It," Odds Even For Truce? Truce talks at Panmunjorn fire AT MOMENT HE DROPPED TO DEATH deridiockcd now over several Issues. Allison and his' closest associates as well a's military leaders reportedly still believe the odds are at least even on the possibility of agreement on a Irucc. The} have been considering for many weeks, however, what the United Slates should do In event of a collapse of negotiation*. It is j knowirthat consideration has been ; given 'to carrying the war directly [ against China, It is now apparent that the decision has been reached lo. avoid this If possible. In reaching this decision the iidvlce of military leaders that a bigger effort In the Par East would mean a widening of America's air and other forces at home--has been a dccltiive factor. King Carnival On Throne In Argentina (This of · scries Ert Van ' !·*enter la writing about hls.trl throuih South America..) -V ;· ;'. '' By ED VANDEVENTER Buenos Aires--King Carnival 'on .his throne. For three days h 4,000,000. loyal local subjects, aid et and abetted by their cousin from far and 1 wide, will pay horn igt to. lils Majesty; No one wll have thoughts of work. : The Sunday papers announced "No pjpers tomorrow." When you are in a city as larg ·s UI!L on such an. occasion, when you are In New York .when ' i returning hero is being wcl epm*d; you say lo yourself: " never have seen so many human beings in one spot." As a matter of plain fact, it doc not matter where you aroi jus K many persons can occupy fixed area, when they art bump- «r to bumper, -.' - 1 went to Avcnlda » de Julio 00 f«t wide) last night and ' tquetied Inta a spot where the atattly'Avenida de. : Mayn crossei It, I thought, never had .1 -seen alien'a trass of humanity. There »ere ai m»ny Argentines and visitors there as, possibly could .be praised into the many blocks near that Intersection. Deafeahif Din The din was deafening--loud- apeakers going, bands playing, children dancing on platforms, crowds In the.streets screaming Tht brilliant colored ilghti arranged in fantastic designs across the beautiful avenues mada an unforieitabte picture. Floats passed for hours, and the milling millions liepl tramp' in» th« pavements until dawn. When one became exhausted all be had lo do was find a sidewalk t-blf, give «n order to a waiter utd sip his drinks in comfort as the boulavadief In Paris, does. t Louis Brumtield/riotedr.'writer, Is f conducting a tour ; of.;Nortli: Airing i cam through South' ·irplane. He and his Sere fiom Lima, Peru, f them the town, and stopped at my hotel. ' · , · ' · · · ' ·" · ' .1 wanted to take a picture of La Pantera Negro today, but being temperamental as arc most champions, the famous cat had gone into hiding for the duration of the caruivtl. He will come out only at feedtnr. time. He cannpt'afford to miss his proper portions of fish and liver, for a fighter must keep in trim. And this "black panther" never neglect* training. I have handled so many different currercies 1 believe I will settle down nnd become a money changer. Of 'course, -you havt to learn Ir. every country the value of Us money umpired 'with the stuff ,; you carry from home. And the black markets are important to . know. By watching and Inquiring ;..'' about the fluctuating exchange ' rates, it is possible to ccl many , more jiesos for U,. S. dollars than If you cashed your travelers' chequcb at the hotels. Want Personal Checks One place here whore citizens - ef the U. S, hanK oul Rives ,10 . pesos per dollar--If you uIvc your personal bank check. They c a n mail this to their bank in the U. S. A, for deposit and have real U. S. money (o their credit. They ·:· cannot 'take U. S. dollars oul of .thli country This-hotel will give .-· you only 25 pesos for one dollar. Thus, If you wish lo write n . check for $300, which you need to live in-comfort, dine well, have plenty of good wine and really see : the city for a month, you make ; about *100 by patronizing these ; Norte -Americanos. .; When you have money led over '' from one "country, you can get - it'converted fnlo the :curr.6hc.V of - the new country you arc visiting. ; My arithmetic, has been invneas- ' urably helped by having to figur ' _ relative values every time I mak a purchase. · I « m - h a v i n g a pur" whll sharkskin coat tailored to wear on i the boat with black evening trous *rs, black tic and tuxedo shin for you must "dress" for dlnnc on the Argentina out of nio. I wll be disappointed, If my Kayetto | villa friends do not admire tin i coat, for it li quite, an exlrnvn faiict, being made by the reputedly bMt tailor In Buenos Aires., Mora A-Bomb Tests Scheduled By AEC - LM. An'gelM-f/D-The A t o m i c Knwfy Commission li laying the iroundwortc for further. A-bomb M*1i it Frenchmjn'i Tin in Ne- ra*« in Enlwetok Island, · mam- Mr «f Uw AEC Mid lut nl|ht. TlMiMf t. Murray aald plan* Mil tor UN of the prmnt proving ; ipoufMlf In Ntvad» ·4eh spring »n4 fall with the Enlwvtok tMti'at intcrvili. Refer Lind Hayes, The Actor Who Tried Everything/Launches His Fourth Film Career With Picture Based On Dreams By BOB THOMAS ·Hollywood-yi'Ht's not n(lcn that an nctor gets a second chance nt the blg-tlmc In . (he movies. That's why It's newa when Peter Llrtd Hayes starts his fourth f i l m career. That's not » bad record for a ad In his mld'-SOs. But with Peter, nothing ; Is Impossible. He was orn and bred In show business, hit mother bcln|! the old-time entertainer, Grace Hayes. Pete .rlcd everything;, from singing on he radio to doing Impersonations in saloons. Ills first movie work was as stand-In for Ted Mealy, he comedian. · "That lasted, for I wo years,"'he recalled: "Then Hcaty died and 1 ivns out of a Job." His second cnrccr began when ic was signed to an acting con-' racl at Paramount. His first pic- urc was "Million Dollnr Legs." The studio released Betty Grablc and kept mo," he said. A f t e r 17 ilctures, alt of them B's except hrce, he was pretty well washed up. Then came the war and Pete cured with "Winged Victory." After he returned from the scrv- ce, h e . h i t the night club circuit ml scored a -big hit. He was roU(ht lo Hollywood in triumph. His first picture under his new ontract was "The Senator was ndlHcreet." It turned out 'lo be his ast. The product of such funny- the brush as soon as possible. A littlu later, he told me who he was --Stanley Kramer."- vionsiduring his past f i l m adventures, it's n a t u r a l thai Pclc isn't bowled OJer by his .'atest movie break. He nnd Mary still intend to live iii New York. "You can keep people' off-balance ' back there," he reasoned. "If you fall In one medium, there are three others you cai. j u m p 1 In Hollywood, If you fall in mo le.i, there's only one place yo can jump--in Ihe Pacific Ocean I'd better explain =» bit abo the picture's title. It concerns young boy who hates his plan teacher, a Dr. Tcrwllliger. Th lad has all kinds of dreams, an in oni of them, he envisions D T. leading 500 kids at one im mcnse piano. The piano for th scent is now being built, and II 100 yards long. Demure Is The Fashion Word In Sourhwes Dallas, Tcx.-MVrho fashion .he sun this summer is going · 3c demure. That's what tl Southwest rays. It a girl wears a slinky shont dress, she's going .to cover It u vith a froth of silk organza o icn as Nunnally Johnson and 1 dotted Swiss all billowy. George S. Kaufman, it was one of j Shc '» t° ln f ° wear little gil he untUnnlest films of 1»*G. i dresses with prim little while or i'l .was supposed to be the!**TM'?' collars »nd cuffs. She .tHmlilntxyountVconwdian/ 1 he lotnj to wear layers, of petti i*hed,:",'But 'all of my rfbloj-ue i co»te. »ajislfa1«h£'lines. 1 didn't have * l rhtl ' s whjl the Djllas dcsi * n |u|hj In-? the .picture. The studio "* «*"Wed to some 40 wome eleascd me and kept the p'ciure." irk T» TV Disheartened by the movie flop from over the country for th second nation*! press week o the Dallas fashion center. Eigh ml the failure of a radio program TMimi[«turers showed their line Monday. More put their model on exhibition yesterday and to day. Reds Purge Books In Eastern Germany Bonn, Oermapy-M'i-East Germany's Communist rulers have seized an estimated six million books in a sweeping purge to root out Western literature, West ficr- man officials said t o d j y , ' They have replaced the banned volumes on the. shelves of schools libraries and book! chiefly with Communist political lllera- lure. e ha.l with Dinah Shore. Pete re- urncd to New York. He and his Icntcd wife! Mary Mealy, latch- d onto television. They src now clcrans of three sponsored shows nd one-sustaining, which makes cm oldllmcrs In the i n f a n t in- usti-y. At present, their program alternating w i t h Burns and lien on Thursday nights. : Miiry and Pete are back In ollywood again, this time to star a Stanley Kramer film with the clrd title of "the fi.000 Fingers" Dr. T." Oddly enough, Ihe deal d not come about because of clr TV appearances, "II happened when . we were aying a night club date in Las egas,". Pete said. "1 had just m: off after the show and was, and'ng at the bar when a guy '.ick up a conversation. I thought was going to be the usual kind rest, and was going to give him An angry grouse rumbling .ioise like a freight train. makes n miniature Mallard ducks somclir.icssctlle iquabblesby tloRfiKhts in the air. FIELD HOUSE MONDAY Univ. of Ark. March 10, 8 p.m. A GREAT MUSICAL EVENT Sponsored by The Student Senate of the University jlote ITURBI TWO-PIANO RECITAL Mail Orders Now! bid. lax, Ontrtl Admlulm 11.00 iludtnli |].to Mak» ramlllanca payabU lo Sludail limit, «ncloit ra- turn ilamptd anv«lep« Jo 0«t«. HiritM. M. lilt, rir»ll«TUIt, Ark. Tlek.l lilt OMTII al tludtnl Uilw and Ctllltr DIIM llan Wrt., Fib, I»lh CHOPPING 10 HIS DIAIH from rail of the George. Wuhlnfton bridge in New York, facu ui Clarence Sims twists In despair. Hands ofJTathe William Dunn. Tonally^ N. T., are shown as the priest made a Una cr«b lor Sims..Father Dunn and tour policemen tried for 20 minutes to tain Sims out o( the leap. _ (Intimatuntoi Bou*aptioioj HST PREDICTS CENTURY OF PEACE MUIDINT HAMY $. TRUMAN smiles broadly as he shakes hands In Washington with Judith Shlmansky, Brooklyn, N.Y., nnd Paul Messinger, Los Angeles, Calif. They arc among 40 finalists chosen to compete for $11,000 In science scholarships. The Chief'Executive told-.them he believes tM world will have peace for a century, · (Inlernaliono!) M I Stmtm DIGESTIVE DISTURBANCES, DIZZY SPELLS, VAGUE PAINS, BAD BREATH, HEADACHES, NERVOUSHESS, WEAKNESS, HEARTBURN, NUMBNESS, PALENESS AND STOMACH GAS Also Luck; at Vitality ind Energy, Alwny With No Ambition To Work or Piny Amazing Relief No Matter How Lonp You Have Suffered. or'M-hat drugs you have used, you can now hope for rclfe from these symptoms. T«kc IIOPF MINERAL TABLETS anil In .IIJS1 A FEW DAYS, you ivill sec and fee unbelievable results. IIOl'E MINERAL WILL F.MUCH YOUR KLOOD, give you pep and energy and will help your body drive oui poisonous wastes! It will nut the warm red flow of heallli In your cheeks, your eyes will sparkle am vmir LAZY ORGANS will to to work grain! Blended by Nature lore and more doctors are turn. BACK TO NATURE for cures Penicillin was discovered In a natural mold growth; raw onion will kill McteriM; and a new substitute for blood plasma has brcn found in Ok- r.i Plants. NATURE PROVIDES! lope Mineral comes from the earth, manufactured In nature's own laboratory. NATURE h» blended Iracei of FIFTEEN DIFFERENT MINERALS in Hope Mineral. When every- lay chores wear you down, make von lazy and llred, cause dizzy pells; when your buck aches and ou have headaches, Feel and Look Old Before. Your Time; when your 'OWEKS ARE WEAKENED -- U i.iy be lack of these minerals. Then, urn In HOPE MINERAL. Free Your Body NOTICF. YOUR ELIMINATION few days after taking Hope Mln- r»l. The waslc will become black s nlrht--hut do not become alsr.m- d--the mlnernls are dolr workl When your hodv Is FL ,,. OI8ONS and Impurities, yoi will d--the mlnernls are dolnr Ihelr r hodv Is FREE OF ._ nniintles, yo« wll e|ln la leel that old ambition com nr hack 1 , Ihe years will slip away n* jou will lhank Nature for ||T- nf yal this wonderful mineral. ... i t * ·* Llk « A New Person A mint letter fr«m Eaton Rapid*. Mich.: Will you plntenend me a bottle of jour Hope Mineral Tablet*. T have rlrd all over Lanilnc for them. The Irunflst here In Fnton Rapldt got me nne linttle and I must My Ihcy are won- terfnl. 1 nan so tired all the time tnrl so walTny huilmnd nnrt nt home whf n vfl ut a while, wn could hardly walk. Wo took onn bottle tojtrthrr and 1tt\ lite a new person, titn larhpnem and Irrdnpu Is nil cone. We would like to ippjt taking thpm for a while ID please · nil them right away. Guaranteed Get a bollk at your rtruf itore to- lay. UK It nnd If jou r« not MIK.VCllI.OHSI.V SATISFIED, we will Rla4ly rcfvnd your money. NA maltrr h«w lonr .TOM h»f« tnlTcrrd --don't «i It another il«r. IIOPR MINKRAIi ma; bo what yat are ·urchlnf for. PKICE \\M PHONE 717 IAST SIM SOUAM Bloodmobile To Be Here Three Days In March Springdolc Will Be Host; U. A To Take fort A Rod Cross bloodmobile from Springfield, Mo., will make its second trip here since the end of World War II on March 19, 20, and 21. B u t : present indications are that Fayettcvillc residents will not even be asked to donate iheir blood. The traveling blood unit will spend, one of the three days at Springdale, where volunteer workers have promised a full supply of blood donors. The remaining two days will protably be taken up by the University, whose students two months ago gave more blood to Red Cross workers than they were prepared to handle ia a single day. Originally plans called for the bloodmobile to spend one day in Fayetteville and one at the University. However, Dr. Leslie H. Wright, Veterans Hospital manager and chairman of the Red .Cross blood program in the county, said today that it appears likely the students will keep the unit on the camous for two days. Blood collected in Washington County is processed at the Red Cross regional blood center at Springfield. Half of the blood goes to. the armed forces--chiefly for use in Korea--and the remaining half is used in the county. , From Springfield whole blood Is shipped to the Veterans Hospital, which serves as Washington County blood' bank. It is available without charge to the county's physicians and hospitals--and, of course, to the patient. The bloodmobile's crew is composed of six graduate nurses and a custodian. Its trips to Washington County are financed by the county Red Cross chapter, money coming from the annual fund drive. Buckner Attending services Sunday at Terrtplc Baptist Church of Springdale were Mr. and Mrs. Otto Drake, Mrs. Cordia Drake, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Robblns and son, Urry, Mr. and Mrs.B. B. Drake, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Drake and Mr. and Mrs. Charlea Lairamor*. . Mid-week prayer services will be conducted at 7:30 p, m. Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Verne Napier. Mrs. Elizabeth Wilson and Mrs. Cordia Drake assisted at the Red Cross rooms of the Veterans Hospital Monday. , The Rev. E. J. Counts spent the weekend at Jenks, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. George Langham and daughter of Lake Wellington were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Olcn Hall. , Jimmy Brown spent Sunday at Camdcn.. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hicks and son, David, of Baldwin spent Saturday night 'with Mrs. Betty Counts and Mrs. Nellie Brooks. 54 Hurt In Crash Of fraini At Gory ! Gary, Ihd.-(#)-Fiftjf-four p»r- tont were injured, hont ierioUily, last nijjnt when a crowded commuter train from Chicago crashed into the rear end of an empty train in the Gary station. . ; All the injured wire riding in the first car of a four-car Chicago, South Shore and South Bend elec- trie express train. Only lix of the injured remained in hoapitsli. Dagger blades In the kingdom of Yemen are made from native iron ore. The stream of air flowing over an airplane moves faster over some surfaces than others. if it's. worth owning it's worth insuring ... Protect your family from total loss in case of misfortune. Insure today. Cravens and Co., Inc. INSURANCE In Business For Your Protection CRAVENS BUILDING Joy for th* whole faasfly-- n*w bakiaf d*li(ht Iti yool In cakw, fiii, br«a4. ·» works wewitei--aid with any ricipa. This floor U milled nclufiraly for toff* baking. You bak* battfr with Kitchen Craft fW --or you ftt jour noMy hack. 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