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March 11, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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MOWHWBT AiKANSAS TIMES, FayrttaviO., A,k on «n, Towdoy, March II, IH3 ·» BAL BOTU New York-(#)-Things a man learns frorn reading his mail: H ii even more important lor older workers than young work- en to avoid a sloppy look . . . In the boss eye carelessness in per- tonal grooming is a. "time-to- wtire-him" signal . . . A survey by the Northwestern National Life Insurance Company of 3.000 male pblicyholders showed only 24 per cent wanted to quit altogether at 65; Some 39 per cent wanted to keep their present jobs and 37 per cent wanted to slow down a bit but keep doing something useful. * * * . Boxing has been under intermittent public attack ever since the dlys when the Romans pummeled each other to death in the arena. . . . But it is still big business . . . Some 215,000 men engaged in prize fights in 1951,, of whom 24,365 were professionals . . . There were four deaths, but only one was in a professional bout . . . Boxing gloves were first used in modern times in a bout in Paris in 1818. Racing is known, as "the sport WALT BEACH WFofcn am. entar MrMl HTirntviLLt, urn. F»IM UN of kings," but do you know wha king actually ran a footrace with a horse? It was Thomas Jefferson's old foe, George the third of England. He became a little balmy upstairs after losing America. · * « · Few if any presidential candidates today have or need the lung- power of George Whitefield, famous 18th century Methodist missionary. He could speak loudly enough to be heard by 20,000 peo- nle. Actor David Garrick once said Vhitefield's oratorical power was so great he could reduce an audience to tears merely by the way he pronounced "Mesopotamia." Half'the blindness among New York children .of pre-school age is caused by a disease unheard of a decade ago. Called petrolental fibrpplasia, it affects only premature infants of low weight. Cross-eyed and h'ear-sighter children usually rank among the best students, the American Optometric Association says It also has found color-blindness is five times as common among boys as girls. But it is the girls who grow up and buy those Christmas neckties. Mine Blast Kills Five Aries, France-OT-A workman ised a sledge hammer today in rying to remove a brass ring from an undersea mine in a pile of crap iron here. The mine exploded killing five workmen and inuring a sixth. Deep-Water Tests Of Newest Atomic Bomb Foreseen As Navy Prepares To Determine Feasibility Of Use Against Fleets By ELTON C. T\V. Washington-(ff)-A · deep wa'.c explosion of an atomic bomb t determine the fcasability of 'us ing them against war ships at sc appears probable in the forthcom ing series of tests at the Marshiil Islands nuclear weapon provin ground. In six years of experimenting .he atomic weaponeers have trie out explosions under a variety o conditions--mid-air burst, sur 'ace explosion, underground am n shallow water. They now hav amassed a vast amount of data on what such blasts will do t buildings, underground struct urea, weapons', ships anchored in larbor and to men. But until they go ahead with ,, est first planned and then abandoned in 1946 they will not knov low effective would be a deep water blast of an atomic "mine* against a force of war ships or a convoy under way on the high eas. .The assumption is that at leas ome target ships will be used in he test, although instruments hat record shock, pressure, radi- tion and other effects could irovide valuable data alone. 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Read the frank guarantee below Edit Sid* of Square Guarantees You Xesu/fs or Money Bock fleet o f ' modern, useful vessels, the Navy has on hand a large number of c o m b a t a n t ships, transports and smaller c r a f t , many of which could he used in the experiment. Left over from the Bikini tests are several battleships and cruisers, almost a dozen destroyers, a half dozen submarines and a variety of transports. ' Formidable Blast The "Baker" test in Bikini lagoon produced formidable results; two battleships, a big carrier, three submarines and some small craft were sunk in that single 'blast of one weapon. . But scientists and m 1 1 1 1 ar y leaders believe a great deal of the destructive force of Ihe bomb was lost because of Uie shallow depth of Ihe lagoon--about 180 feet at the deepest point. A great deal' of the bomb's power was expended in the spectacular al though tactically useless column of water thrown up by the blast. Scientists believe a deep underwater shot might produce" far greater damage over a much wider area. This is because the full Blasting power of tile bomb would e held within the water and the shock transmitted to the hulls of ships. An inkling of what under- vater shock could do was had at Bikini. Some-ships which escaped actual sinking were seriously lamaged internally. Engines were wrecked, bulkheads and equip lent torn loose and thrown vio- cntly about. Had men been in he ships they would have been illed or seriously injured. Lamb Crop Smiller Wa5hington-OP)-T h i s season's arly lamb crop in principal pro- ucing slates is about five per cent smaller than last year, the Agriculture Department reports. Board To Study Differences Views From Five Regional School Sessions To Be Aired Little Rock-m-Diffcrcnccs In while and Negro education in Arkansas--and what can be done about them--will lie considered at a special meeting of the state Board of Education here March 24. At ils regular meeting- here yesterday, the board decided to meet March 2-t to receive views growing out O f fj vc reB i Q nal meetings with §chool · officials. Kd McCulsllon, director of Negro education for the stale Education Departmcnl, said it would tnke 15 million dollars to bring Negro school facilities up to the level of facilities provided for while pupils. Hi- said It would lake an nddllonal live million dollars a year to equalize opera- tine cxpedit'urcs. ' Hulls attacking ' segregation In schools have been filed in Federal Court against the Hughes. Kordyco and Gould school districts. McCuistion said today he believed a desire for heller cdu- calion facilities for everyone was behind Ihe suits, but s'lid that tome groups want lo break down racial segregation. The first of the regional mect- "BS on the Negro education problem was held al Pine B l u f f last week. The others are to be nt Forrest City tolay, Mnnllccllo Wednesday. El Dorado Thursday ind Hope Friday. The board approved a lolal o f ' $.1,441,2.14 in commercial bonds and authorized loans of 5117.619 from the Hale revolving loan fund. Districts receiving approval for floating commercial bond issues Included: f Columbia County, Kmerscm dls- | trlrt No. 08 $14,854; Crawford) County, Mulberry district, $50,-' 000; Kaulkncr Conway No. I, $15,000; Garland, Ml. Pine No. 4(1, $8,000; Hot Spring, Maonet Cove No. 8, J175.000; Ouachila, Bcardcn No. s:j $09,000; Sebastian Fort Smith Special, $600,-[ 000; Scvlcr, Uwkcsburg · No. 18, | $45,000; Union, El Dorado No. 15' 1.5 million dollars; Washington, Klklns No. 10. $50.000; WAshing- tori, Kayettevillo No. I $170,000. The board authorized nn in- CTIXIH; from $400.0(10 to $5011,00(1 for construction bonds lo be Issued by Cnnidcn District No. 33 if .Ouachlln County. Loans from the revolving fund included: CralKhrncI County, Bay-Brown _No.J!J, $1,000; Cragheadi Hrook- TRUMAN M E D A L L I O N - Prejldent and Mrs. Truman 'appear on this porlralt medallion, o be casl In bronze, executed by I'aul Vlncc, 43-year-old Hungarian, sculplor. The medallion Is not for offlcial use, but just for the Truman family. · land No. 11. 511,000; Garland Counly District No. I, SIO.OOO Pope. Hector No. 59, Jl3,000i W a s h i n g t o n County Distrlcl 51 ,(ion. · RAYONS IN EVERY COLOR · RAYONS IN EVERY PATTERN · RAYONS IN EVERY MATERIAL , -SHORT AND DRESS LENGTHS 59c Yd STYLE NOTE - Pfc. Glenn Biase, of Eufala, Okla., now with the 4Jth Division, display* the Easter bonnet he whipped up for the "Easter paradt" in : Korea. 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