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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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7, 1*31 Scndfors Startled By Testimony Of Woman Ship Line President lit?,. Olga Konow, glamour girl of New York sKlpplng circles, talks'with her' attorney, Roy Kelly, as she nppcars before the Senate Permanent. Invcstignllns Committee In Washington to tell about her fees as a ''go-between" In a surplus tanker deal. 1 '. By SIOR1D AKNE Wanhlngiun-Wl-Beautiful "Oil- boal Olga" Konow. who had tell s Senate ·'commitfcc about her surprisingly lucrative business, became a ship-owner and broker . because, her Norwegian husbnnd uteri to tell her thai "shipping Is for men." "Dls cannot be so," r.he salrt to herself In a Marlcnc Dietrich If Your Stomach Is like a GAS Factory! When you e«t a meal and it turni right into «a«, It's a sign your food.':: Is ''-nAt-digesting - quickly tnoufh. It' jusl lays there and ferments, So you are ih misery with far for hours aflefv^rd. · .Many Fayottevllle people used to CM that wly beforolhoy goFCEn- TA-VIN. This new medicine dl- ientn food faster and better. Taken before meals It works with yolir food. Gas pains gol Inches of bloat vanish! Contains Vltnmln"B-l with Iron to give pep and hiako nerves stronger.'' Miserable people soon feel. different all over. So dnn'l 10 on suffering. Get CEHTA-V1N-- . Cllnehen's Faycttcvlllc ' D r u g Store. i; · Building of character ll ont of till molt Important «nd valued qullititt of your child's mind, Ev«n ·t «n ttfly «9« it tllurtt right ihlnking «nd *n cggreiiiv* alii. tuoV . · Mulic da* long been rtcogniied . ·! * builder of tfrong character-- ·nd there il no finer muiic«I initru- mtnt to encourage telf-ciprenion ·nd develop pride of *ccornplith. mint then · rich toned VVurlitier voice which conies natural. Mrs. Konow WHS born In a part of old Austria-Hungary which is Tiow In Czechoslovakia. ' *· She wjf- a distinct strain on senatorial dlgnjly and a Joy to the press box as she told a Srnate committee how she made half a million dollars in a sale of surplus U. S. tankers to a company heavily financed by wealthy Chinese. The" committee is Invcsti- Satlng several tanker deals which msde -tremendous profits for a star-studded list, Including former Congressman Joseph E. Casey, now a Washington lawyer. Mrs. Konow Is tall, with big jrecn eyes, and a halo- of silvery hnlr. There is nary a Mne in her soft, round face. "Dis Is so surprising the Senate wnnl to hear from me," she ;iald. "My husband and I tink It such an honor. I mny be ,.thc only woman -ship-owner today. But I nm such a lectlc one. "You say that, please. The men. know. "So I got on the plane. And half wny 1 link mnybc I should have a lawyer. So I turn to the mitn next to me, nnri he say ' lake you to my fried.' So we tak' a tax! from the airport and wo sec dls nice, young Mr. Kelly' (Ftoy Kelly, a Washington lawyer). "He wus-so busy," she contin Ufa. " H e ' w a n t s to read through all thai transcript. I say, 'no, .lust find out where I fit In* ant how I can help the Senate, So hi find o u t . " - ' Then the zero hour. She says "H 'Is not -tuny, you know, I have fine .butterflies In my Iv.mmie, Bu those senators are so handsome iad they f.rc so-o well-dressed, I down. But those llchls. Those cameras. Can you believe it? ncvalre snw the press before Nevalrc saw a real movie camera before. I have tell Kelly I Just loll the truth." · She snlrl her Interest .In .the link business Is just profit has lltllc or no interest In nlcrnalional complications. "I am not interested in from where the money comes," she smiled -brightly at the senators : But it interests me when it is ccming." She ' put one of those Dietrich drawls on "when." H . comes, and amazingly. She decided (o stop being just a housewife In 1D44. Her husband, successful shipping man and an in- crnational yachlman, didn't take her seriously. But he let her lnrt in his office. Low Level SUrt "He let me stamp envelopes,' :he chuckled. "Den he let me carry dem .around to the mail hutc." Then she swung a Joan for her rst boat--'a lankcr. She took a hufe mortgage, tnt forced the American Viking Corporation. "But ships have life, you know," «he say». "You own one ship. You want more ships. So I get part of my'first .linker paid, and I take another mortgage and buy another. You are Always mortgaged to the eyebrows." 'She has. organized three companies; the American Viking, the Olga Konow, Inc., and the Deep Sea Shi-|jing and Chartering Company. All lease tankers to major oil companies. She has Just sold out control of American Viking for several hundred thousand but she remains president and has a working contract for five years, at $20,000 a year. How could she he a success in man's business? "It Is like running a'good'House; that's all," she said. "More women should "go into the shipping business." Said To Admit Setting Fire At Tourist Court Little nock-W)-Slatc officers sfly the fire that destroyed a five- cabin tourist court' near Mountain ·lome, Ark., last Monday was set deliberately. Assistant Director Carl Miller of the State Police said last night t h a t Harry Clifton T cwcll, 37, Mountain Home trucker, admitted he set fire to the cot- age-occupied by his estranged' wife and eight-year-old child in a it of anger after his wife refused o consider a reconciliation. His vlfe was caretaker ot the court, Uncle Tom's .Cabins, .eight miles lorthwest of Mountain Home. Miller quoted Jewell as saying ic set /ire to'clothing In a closei f his wife's cabin. A 30-milc-an lour wind soon spread the blaze o the other cottages. Kiwmb President Preset $500 Check Te Beys Club To Fimnce Material For Bridge Congress Uses Deep-Freeze In Connection With DMT Bill Sends Measure Back To Committee For Still More Study By Group terday. He wu owning « still. (fcarfed with Loft to-right front-row, Milan Croighton and A. D. McAllister; back row, Hal Lane, John Jensen and George Caudle, (Puska TIMESFOTO) . · ' . .' · ' · · · : · - .,.' Milan CreiRhlon, left, president of the Fayctteville Kiwanis Club, presents a $50(1 check to Boys Club President A. D, McAllister," Jr. This check, representing f u n d s raised,hy the Fayetteville Kiwanis Tub, will'go toward constructing Springdale 1! ' $564.00 up 6UKMGER EVERYTHING M nUMBINO and SUPPLIES FAYETTEVILLI IRON and METAL CO. GOVERNMENT AVI. A short story, "You'll Be Seeing Me," by Springdalo author How- 'ard Clark appears In the March 15 issue of Collier's magazine, which appeared on the newsstands Monday. The humorous story is Illustrated by Whitney Burrow, Jr. The Steadfast Sunday School . Class of the First Baptist Church will meet'Monday night at 7:30 at I the home of Mrs. George Hnrnor at 308 Wayland Avenue. Mrs. I lister Schmidt will bring the dc- I votional. Mrs. Vernon Mathis is the teacher. The Intermediate Girls Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church met Tuesday afternoon at 5 o'clock for a book review by Mrs. Clinc Lane. She reviewed "I Too Can Be. A Missionary." After the review a cooperative dinner was served. The Annie Armstrong pro] gram was in charge of Miss Jo Ann Ncttleton. Miss Joyce Young presided over the meeting. There were 18 present including Mrs. Dallas Barrack, the counselor, and Mrs. Bill Bailey, the co-counselor. Clyde Leslie, a state missionary · of the Arkansas Missionary Bap- j list Association, preached at the \mertcnn Legion Hut Thursday night. A Missionary Baptist Church will be organized in the Legion Hut March 10. Mrs.'.Ernest Waldcn and son, Oaylen, and Norma Sue Mason were Sunday guests in the home of Mrs. Walden's parents, Mr. anci Mrs. A. C. Vanscoy of the Spring Creek community. The -Calllson-Slsco ambulance service brought Charles Tansy from Rogers Memorial Hospital .to the Washington County Hospital for treatment Wednesday. Tansy was injured in an automobile, accident several days ngo. Mrs. M. L. Artman, who has been spending the winter with her son, Richard Artman, cast of Springdale, was returned lo her home In McKinnoy, Texas, by a Calllson-Sisco ambulance Tuesday. The Women's Missionary Society of the First Baptist Church Is observing the week of prayer for Hornc Missions this week, meeting each day from 2 to 3 p.m. nt the church. The different circles of the W.M.U. have presented the program each day. The offering is given in honor of Annie Armstrong, a former missionary, and will be used for home missions. .The Springdalo Riding Club met Thursday night at 7:30 for a chili supper at the civic club rooms of the public library. The Hotary Club of Springdale has announced selection of the following officers lo servo the coming year. They are: Wayne Allen, president; Dr. Howard Henry, vice president; Vernon Matlils, scrgeanl-at-arms; and Norman Haas, assistant scrncant- at-nrms. E. R. Kilter retains his post as secretary of the club. 'The last sanctuary of the healh icn, now extinct, was on Martha's Vineyard. i permanent bridge at the en- rance of the ll'/fc-acre tract owned by the Boys Club. The bridge will be of reinforced concrete arid rock construction with a. four-fool walkway beside the traffic lane. Since acquiring this land, the Boys .Club has been handicapped In developing the property because of lack of funds and a means of access to the location. The Ki- wanis Club check will go toward the purchase of the material to be used in construction of the bridge and the city, cooperating with Kiwanis and the Boys Club, will furnish the labor. The development of the Boys Club is of vital importance to the community as a whole and sljould bo recognized as a builder of future character and citizenship, using the finest material in, America -- the young men of America, Creighton said today. The youth program is one of the prime objectives of Kiwanis and the building of this bridge is a step forward in ..the long delayed development of the Boys ' Club property. .. Prairie Grove Following morning w o r s h i p sc-vice Sunday members of the Baptist Church enjoyed a fellowship dinner served in the recreation rooms of the church. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Johnson of Faycttcvillc and Cpl.- and Mrs Roland Ramos of Camp Chaffee spent Sunday with Mrs. Ruth l l a n n a and Barbara Patrick. · Mrs. Marie Fidlcr and Mrs. Prances Young of Tulsa spent Monday wilh their mother, Mrs. W. M. Cunningham and thcli brother, Jim Bob Cunningham, who are both patients at the Elizabeth Hospital. Mr., and Mrs. John Riddle and lahy of Paris, Texas, are spending the week with his mother, Mrs. Ethel Riddle. The Wcslcyan Service Guild net at the home of Mrs. D. E. Rlcff Monday evening. Mrs. Vin- cll Bell and Mrs. S. O. Patty gave the program. At the close of the program Mrs. Argil Bartholomew was given a rhyme In which the hiding place of the pink and blue Rifts for her shower was disclosed. Mr. Rleff, assisted by Miss Mary Elizabeth Fidlcr, served cake and tea to her gucsls. Mr. and Mrs. Molt Nichols of Joplin, Mo., and Jim Weaver of the University, wore weekend gucsls of Mrs. Martha Weaver. The Study Group of the P.T.A. met at the grade school Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. D. E. Rleff as leader. M r . ' a n d Mrs. J. P. Jones'and Ihelr daughter and her family from Texas spent the weekend in Chccotah, Okla.. their former home. Mr. and Mrs. Garnett of West Fork were Sunday guests of Mrs. S. A. Conklin. The Prairie Grove basketball team left Tuesday morning for Prcscott. to enter the state tournament. Mrs. James Gartman and daughter accompanied C o a c h Gartman as far as Little Rock, where Mrs. G a r t m a n ' w i l l spend the week with her mother while the coach is with his team in Present!. Rogers Mrs. F. C. Calvin, director of District 1, fa rent-Teacher Associations; Mrs. Alice fual, representing Sunnyside School, are attending the state-wide rally of citizens interested in studying school needs of the state. The rally opened Wednesday 'morning in Little Rock. Mrs. Calvin will also represent the high school P.T.A. The Rogers Chamber, of Commerce at the regular monthly meeting of the Board of Directors voted to join other civic and business organizations in financing in part an assistant county agent whose duty would be to supervise the county dairy program. Benton County leads the state in dairy production, with 1.029 farms mak'-' ing dairy projects their main source of revenue. The board also nade initial plans for promotion i? the annual Dairy Show to be icld here in May. The Pea Ridge Kiwanis Club held a penny supper and auction sale, Thursday night,'March 6, at Lhe high school gym, Each person was requested to bring a covered dish and something to sell. Proceeds of the sale' will be applied on liquidation of the debt incurred in erecting a fire station. The Kiwanis Club also sponsored juying of tlie fire truck last year. The P.T.A. March mectinq of the was hold at the grade BOWL FOR PLEASURE Benton Bowling Lnnes--Adv. school auditorium Wednesday at 3 o'clock. Johnnie Brooks, who spent several days with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. ,7. T. Dcshong. left Monday for his home' In Tulsa Okla. Mrs. Vinla Tainter of Curtis, Mich., is the house guest of her friend, Mrs. C. R. Fonimore. Kee. up with the Itmei -- read the TIMES dally. Buckner Mrs. Jack Wilcox has been re- urned to her home from City lospital, where she has been a pa- lent. The Rev. John Griggs of Spring- laic will deliver the morning am .veiling sermons Sunday at the iuckner -Baptist Church. Mr. anJ Mrs. Bill Sell have re- Washington-W)-You can always kill a chicken, without leaving tell-tale, feathers around, by shoving it into a cooler till it freezes to death. Congress has a 'special deep freeze of its own on hand when it wants to avoid an embarrassing situation, like a showdown vote on UMT. It simply sends the bill back to a committee for further study, even though that same committee had knocked itself out studying the bill, That's what the House did this week with a bill on universal military training. And, as usual, rigor./mortis was detected immediately. -;The"subject of UMT is, and has been, a hot potato. President Truman, General Eisenhower and. the veterans and service organizations all lavorcd it. ' Against it were the AFL, CIO, farm ·-.groups, some -educators, spokesmen for several churches and a lot of parents; Particularly a lot of parents. So the House Armed Services Committee knew it was walking on eggs when early this year it began hearings on a UMT bill. 70 Witnesses Heard . It 'held hearings 19 days and listened to 70 witnesses, for and against. H prodded, · probed, and looked under the bed. Finally, by a vote of 27 to 7, the committee members decided we should go ahead with UMT and draw up a b i l l . l o do just that. ' This bill would have permitted the government to start a small experimental UMT program next fall, taking 18-year-olds- for six months training. Then the committee sent, the full bill t o ' t h e House for a vote. This certainly would be ambar- rassing. By coincidence, the UMT program would start next fall just about the time members of Congress were up for reelection. And a great many parents, who are also vqters, had, written a great many letters against UMT to their, congressmen. Result Closely Watched In fact, all those who opposed U M T . would be watching the final vote. The House bravely picked up the bill and marched up the hill with it. Just before ii reached the crest--the time for a vote--the House marched down the hill just as swiftly. Speaker Sam Rayburn made a special plea: "Do we not have the fortitude--do we not have the courage--to meet this issue today?" ,'; Apparently the -House didn't, because it then voted to send the bill back to the committee, thus avoiding the final tell-tale, vote. And there the bill now. lies. It's expected to lie there, un- acted upon, for the rest of the session. Now a congressman who voted to seno) the bill back to commit tee can have a any friend of ready answer for UMT who interrupts a campaign speech back home with a. question like this: "Why d i d ' you vote to send the bill back when that in effect kills i t ? " The congressman ccn say he didn't vote against UMT but merely thought the bill needed further study before a ' f i n a l vote. And no one who's against UMT can be angry at a congressman who voted to return it to the committee. turned home Trom Kansas City, Mo., where Mrs. Sell has been the guest of Mrs. Tom Lee for two weeks. Mr. Sell spent the weekend with the Lees. Mrs. Doris Keller is ill with f l u at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Couch. Aelvertiw In IB* THaT.S--It »ajr« His Method Of Fighting Flu Not Acceptable Noblesville, Ind:-(/P)-A factory worker's . efforts to combat the influenza epidemic' didn't get much sympathy from State Police. . Jesse Carter, 39, told police he was making "flu medicine!.' in five-gallon cans, copper tubing and 50-gallon wood-en drums hey confiscated at his cabin yes- PLAN TO BUILD Stt Our Malarial. G«l Our Prices. Try Our 8»rr(c«. DYKE LUMBER CO. »C» St. Charle* Lik* Plenty of Action? Htra's Two for KM ·rit» of Oml Tonitt Saturday 7:00.9:30 ACTION NO. 2 HOPALONG CASSIDY ·IN Range War · PONY RIDES ' ·PLAYGROUNDS · MINIATURE GOLF COURSE 71 Drive-In Theatre WHO FIXES RADIOS? We've Been Serving You 20 Yean SMITH RADIO SHOP Now you can get DURBSERVICE At M A Y O ' S G R I L L Highway 71 North From 3 P. M. to Midnight Speclaliiing in Sreiki, Chickin, Seafood* MR. AND MRS. PAUL YORK. OWKSRS-MANAGEHS It's Coming to the OURK Wednesday James STEWART Arthur "Tl KENNEDY Julia ADAMS DANCE To The Music of WESLEY RAMSEY and His Rhythm Wranglers Every Saturday Night 9 to 12 Legion Hut Lincoln, Ark. $wzei-wfUH nsriuiRT, isr. loimviui, IINMKKT K I N T U C K V I T I A I O H T lOu'UON W H I S K I Y · 10 PROOF Tennessee Williams is .winning Hollywood's Top Honors : -- and now.for you. . ? ;University Theatre;v- : · ' · ;-;". ' . - i . .... ( . ; .;,.,;"·.. - T. :'^;- · ·;-.· presents Tennessee Williams SummerandSmoke 8 a "theatre-in-the-round" production Performances- March 14,15,17, Thru 22 Box Office opens 1:00 March 11 0 1 A R K FEATURES START 1:20 - 3:25 - 5:25 - 7:20 - 9:20 Our Patrons Say: · "On* of th* matt delightful and entertaining picture* we've ever lean!" ROOM FOR MOXE r latest World Newt · Popey* Cartoon i I! A D K I LAST TIME FRIDAY · Showi 7:00-9:00 P.M v M n n | » WHEN .WORLDS COLLIDE" SATURDAY · Doors open 12:45 p.m. Sat. Sun I SPENCER TRACY THE PEOPLE V AGAINST O'HARA: ' HARD-HITTING CRIMINAL LAWYER... -tjfcff XIIINHONKS, JR, ..-..-.MI,..-,...,.. JOHNSHJlcfS · H WRIGH1 NEWS EVENT* HIS ORCHESTRA" PALACE Today It Saturday Serial * 'Tweet Muiic" ROYAL Optn Tenile 8:45 p.m. Today It Saturday Open 12:45 Saturday 2 BIG FEATURES WfffllS MUHnAn Patricia NUL Steve COCHMN ·"·SSf" _ Pluif Thrilling New torigl "ROAR OF THI IRON HOKr

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