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March 6, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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;V---HOtTMWMt AHUMAS TlMB. hyrtMvflb, Mtmmm. TlwfUoy, March 4, I Ml OKAY, BOYS, TEAR IT DQWN . . . . . . . . . ,,. lOWAtp MACK; who held off workrhen with a rifle for day. In Klni of Fnu.lt, Pa,. «(hen they trtfd to tear down'hit building 1 0 make fvav IOT ««Urn cxtenilon-of the P«nn«ylvanla turnplkt, wavei to hli for. rncr "/«·» u he give, up Ult building. H« and the «t»t. flnally arrived ·t a MttUtnent! .. llnttrnaHonal Sowdpholol Married 17 Times, 72-Year-Old Tells How To Be "Romeo"; Wed Last In New Mexico EI Paso, ToxnSrEI Paso's marrying plumper, Bruce Steole, 72, has 1 a now wlft--his 17th, he She is Mrs, Estcll'Lloyd of El Paso. They ivc.ro married la«f month In iteming, N, MT. . "Ycs,.EslelJ is No, 17," Stcelc mid proudly. "I've been married '7 llmcf to. 14 women, I wanted to eel a record and I guesn 1 ilu. ... ' .. · jilt gray-haired plumber jaltl hit: mntrimonlal, merry-go-round began In 1811, : , ',;·.,. : , "I was' n boxer traveling with a show nnd'I^mct ;a girl named Miry," he said.' ."Yen, · Miry was UH- ir'ita. l mo'vort'.on and the (6t 11 -livcixc. After that; · T wooed and won glrla In other towns, but i find to keep moving so the marriages didn't last, I believe nullj--shc was n platinum blonde --w«j next. Then there was Catherine and Rose and Peggy-she was the choru» i girl and Goldlc and Annie and Rose again and Nellie and Fannie and Frances. There must be * few more but the Ir names s)lp my mind jmt" now,'.';-'; . '· ' . . ' , , , . : :\. · "Frances-nine was, redheaded-win hilled i n , automobile accl- dent last summer at Salt Plat, Texas, 1 married Ncille twice and Fannie three times. They come and go. Some arc dead, some still Hying." Children ? "I've got .11 children -- 24 boys and seven girls," said Stcele. "Estell hns » little boy of her own so that gives us 25 boys. Seven of the children live with Stecle attributes his success in getting wives not to his good looks but .to his method. -'"The trick i« to find a woman's weakness," · he confided. "Then cultivate II. Some women II travel-- so I suggest travel. Ot crs like art and music, so I to culture in a big way." ''Find their weakness and pi up to It -- that's the way to l,)c good 'Komcb.' " T. Dlilnreet SKI* Manila -(*)-. The. Phlllppin government announced today a uhlpi. arriving from Korea, Chin or Hong Kong will be disinfect at the quarantine station In Manl Bay. «i a- precaution against B bonlc Plague. : - Never fcefere a range tteie Mixe features at ttit low irice! Avtonutk Electric RANGE Htrt't MM «lMtrk rang* you'vt bttn wtlting f o r . . . · btjlH.nl new modtl fef AtMrici't leading manufacturtr ttM (irti you ill ihe latcii hiturti 1 tar MpptaJr mtmttk dtct,k **. ·jt.MW M lUl MWtiulljr low price. Appliance Co. PHONE UJ Truman, Preparing Message To Congress, Expected To Warn That We Must Have The Aid Of Europe To Defeat Communism RED CHINA 'MILITARY DISTRICT BY JAMES. MARIXIW WashlnBton-(/P;-Presldcnt Tru- mun tomorrow wljl send a mess- UKC to Congress nsklng some more bllliono for Jorclgn aid. In a grail many words he'll irobably soy (omcthing like this: Even .though the expense hurts ^ommunism If through it we crin us, It's cheap insurance 'ngulnst mnke Western Europe Htrong, The tone at his message prob- ibly will be a little ' cliffcrcn rom Sen. Tom Connelly's'.angry ilasl at the French earlier in the week. Connnlly, who Is chairtmin of he foreign Relations Committee tuck a needle in the French Monday, telling them to net their ge, jle salt! France must ''do cr duly" or she can't expect the I. S . - l o - c l v e her economic old. le didn't sny we wouldn't keep n giving military aid. Recent French antics had peev- d him. They probably peeved lost Americans, The French arc ort of the Atlantic Pact. They nnrovcd bearing a greater shore f the burden -of NATO. To get the money for this are, they'd have to raise taxes, ut when they faced the qucs- on of raising taxes a week ago, icir Parliament backed down, hat performance didn't look cry good over here where taxes re almost as high as during the ar. And it didn't look good for a couple of other rcasns: French Chief Tvfet 1, If the Russians cut loose, the French will be the main target In Eurbpd. So no one needs more military protection than the French. · . 2. The French don't have a stiff tax program. The heaviest part of It falls on the poorer classes although the rich and middle classes have the most to lose, economically, If the Communists ever lake Fwncc. So C'onnally was probably only expressing the exasperation of millions of Americans; . Since Mr. Truman is head of the country, and has to deal with I h e ' ' F r e n ch', which Connally doesn't have to d o , - h e will be more polite. But the underlying point Is still this one: .Whether we like it or not, we'll have to have patience with the French, and keep on helping them, simply because we need them as much as they need us. There can hardly be a Euro- -onn arm" without France. France has agreed to provide more divisions ihan any other Nato cun- try. For our own long-range safely we need a strong European Army, with France the .i^rslonc, ns the first line ol American defense against Rus- It the Communists were able fill? IJ NOW i "military OUtrict" of Communist China, according to a Pelplng armouncem.nt Thl, follows the "peaceful liberation" last ·pring of th irountaimop Buddhist nation, when an agreement wa«- concluded giving Pelping .overelgnty over Tibet', foreign relations'.' « n « TM m TM ? 5 ?'" Red '""'" statl ° ned I" Tibet/according to tlt» nnoun«ment. .Vote ..roxlmlty of the nation to India and Pakistan. lo take over France peacefully from within, because of an economic c o lla p s e, the European army would fall apart. So it's t o ' o u r interest lo sec that France doesn't collapse. Therefore, in spite of the indignation of Cbnnally' and others, we'll have to keep on helping. Ken up' with the time*--read (he TIMES dally. EARLY TIMES IS KENTUCKY'S FAVORITE STRAIGHT Every Ounce a Whisky/ lov*nffr,ffMr'vciy lirttn to tha NEWS, each wwkdoy, at 7:30 AM, over station KGRH OKLAHOMA TIRE SUPPLY CO. Ctromt Finith SIDE-VIEW MIRROR for four Car.. with these "SARAN" PLASTIC COVERS I-taptrd Ptllirn STEERING COVER LARGE SELECTION OP 1952 WLLPAPER Attractive, bold plaids, colorfully accentuated with the smart, contrasting plastic leatherette trim. Thcyjl dress up any cat, old or new!^Siain and fade-proof, easy to clean. Wipe with damp cloth. 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