Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 13, 1952 · Page 15
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 15

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 13, 1952
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NOHHWIST ARKANSAS TUNIS, NyMMvMb, Arkantoi, Thy.: II, Iff? -IS New Nosh Got* On Display .'ash Motors' new 1952 Golden Anniversary models, on display today at Modern Motors, feature iuropean styling combined with American mass production and engineering advances. The new .·ari were' styled by Pinin Farina, world-renowned custom body designer. The Statesman model is ifiown above, featuring Dual-Ran0e Hydra-Malic, increased horsepower and an advanced type independent front end "Airflex Suspension." Woman Editor Won't Pay Sociaal Security Tax; Dares Snyder Summit,. Miss.-(/P)-A woman lewspaper editor today refused to pay her social security tax, closed -out her bank account and dared Treasury Secretary Snyder to "pop your whip" and jail her. - "To force me to pay this outrageous demand you must either [ confiscate my business or put ma j in prison," 'Mrs. Mary D. Cain, .editor .and owner of the weekly j Summit Sun, wrote Snyder. I "I-hope you choose the latter: course," she continued. "This is! » test case in the matter of paying ! this thing. Pop your whip, Mr. i Snyder. T ' a m ready." j Last year the government at- ! tached the bank accounts of sev- ' eral Texas housewives who refused to pay social security on their domestic help. i Mrs. Cain said today she had · closed her bank account, farmed out the task of printing her paper and released her husband from any obligation to pay either her d\vn or the newspaper's debts. ' Mrs. Cain's J,500-word letter to ! Snyder sounded a great deal like I a playback of the anti-New Deal- Fair Deal platform oh'which she stumped Mississippi last summer as the state's first woman candidate for governor. . ; A handsome brunette in her 40s, Mrs.- Cain said she intended to defy the new social security j law requiring her to contribute to the federal old age fund. "You'assurance that I will still be alive when I am, 65," she said in attacking the social security program's goal of an .after-65 pension. "At the rate we're , going in this country we won't | have a shirttail left by the time j I'm 65." Watchmen Charged With tobacco Warehouse Fire ·Lfcxlngibn, Ky.-(ff)-Two watchmen have been charged with starting the million-dollar f i r e that destroyed' a ."tobacco storage warehouse of the.R. : J. Reynolds Company here February 27. Fire Chief Earl McDaniel said Johnnie DeKart, 44, confessed whilt undergoing a lie. detector test and implicated 2oc Stockton, 30. Stockton' denied, participation. - McDaniel said Deliar: iold investigators "we only, started the fire so that we could watch the warehouse and not have to go the rest of our rounds in the other warehouses." *About 1,500,000 pounds of tobacco was destroyed in the fire.. ORIENTAL SPLENDOR--A-traditional Burmese wedding cere mony was performed recently at the Burmese Embassy in Washington, D. C. U Mating Khin of New York, and his bride, Ma Aye Mya Khin, of Rangoon, Burma, sit before a silver ceremonial bowl used during the ceremony. The groom is an employe of th» Voice of- America. More Work Is Aim Of Miners In District Union President Says Pay Increase Means Price Hikes Muskogee, Okla.-W)-Cpnl miners in Oklahoma and Arkansas aren't ask'.ig for higher salaries-they want more work. Dave Fowler, president of the United Mine Wprkers in District 21. says he is interested in holding down inflation. · · . "If '.ye get a raise, It will raise the price of coal," he explained. "Other prices go up and nothing is gained. We would rather have more wori-., steadier work, at, the current scale." , Lack of pood markets Rives the miners in his district only about 80 days' work a year. Fowler said he thought the. 'United States should sell coal to Western Eli- rope, and establish more of a demand; He estimated it would mean another 80 days work for his men o«ch year. He .declared, however, that if new markets cannot be promised, the men \ ill be forced to ask for pay hikes. Springdale Mr. 'and Mrs. 'Ernest Holcom Mrs. J. B. Dickerson, Mrs. Eai Nelhorton and IWrs. Ross Youn, who lives west of Springdale, a tended the community leaders cor ferencc at Little Rock Tuesda and Wednesday. The conferenc was the first annual meeting o the Arkansas Rural Communit Improvement Association. Mrs. Glen E..:Jones and Mr: Don Bolen have returned, from visit with' their husbands, stationc at Shepperd Field, "Wichita Falls Texas. On their way home the stopped for a visit with Mrs. R. I Toylor of Oklahoma City. The Winsome Sunday .Schoo Class of the First Baptist Churc met Tuesday night at the home o Mrs. Leslie Buchanan on Mapl Drive. Mrs. Buchanan, teacher o Ihc class, gave the dcvotiona Those present were Mrs. Myi Planning, Mrs. Vernon Harrison Mrs. W. A. Hardistcr, Mrs. Gar land Tripp, Mrs. Cordelia Poc W. T. Pitts, Jr. Refreshment W. T. Pitts. Jr.r refreshment were served by the hostess. The TVn Point Club met Tues day nUht at the home of Mrs Letha Bi-ogdon on Price Streel Jack Carlisle presided over th 1 business meeting. Mrs. Brogdon was in charge of the program 3riginal compositions were rear -y Miss Kva Howard, Leo Lich lyter and Mabel Harrison. Sale were reported by Howard Clar to the Southern Farm and Home Billy .lines sold two feature slorie ind Mrs. Irene Carlisle announcer '.hat her poem, "To a Potcntia Mourner," will be in this week' issue of the Saturday. Evening Post. : Guests in the home of Mrs. TCutl R. Allison on Center Street Tucs Hay were Mrs. Noel Bouloware o Rogers and Mrs. Boulcwaro'i father, Jim Fisher of Faycltcvillc Miss Thclma Hardistcr and Miss Madeline Hardister of FayettC' ·ille, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Har Mstcr, Sr., of Bentnnvillc, and Miss Tamsclyn Sue Perkins of Eureka springs, were guests in the home nf Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hardistcr fr.. and son, Eddie, Wednesday 'light. The WFMS of the Nazarcne Church met Tuesday afternoon .vith. 14 members present. Mrs A TIRE'S BEST FRIEND--Using an electionlc nail detector h* developed, Heinx Freund, 50, Btrlin engineer, check! a tire lor any imbedded nails. The device consists of two spools, one ot which generates an oscillating current This is picked up by the second spool, is amplified, and registers on the meter. When metal particle intrudes on electrical fleld the oscillation is reduced, and meter shows point where metal-is located. 2 YEAR ROSE BUSHES 55c (rider Bros. Nursery GREENLAND. ARK. News Service · THE eagerness of your carrier-boy to deliver your newspaper swiftly and dependably each day, symbolizes the desire of our entire staff to give you streamlined newspaper service. · Reporters' efforts to gather all tho really important, exciting news of the day! Cameramen's 2eal to capture actjon pictures of headline events and personalities! Editors' determination to add tho finest editorials, columns, cartoons,-comics and other features your family always enjoys! And, our mechanical and circulation departments' goal--to print and distribute all this news and entertainment at top speed! . . . · Yes, while your carrier Is strictly in business for himself, ho takes pride Irr being the final link In the newspaper's service chain--and in keeping pace with our constant efforts to serve ypu quicker and better. NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES . . . that Speed* the Day's News from Everywhere to You Greenlec brought the devotional. I The croup began, « project of I selling greeting cards to m a k e ' money for the society and they will »!«o sell subscriptions to » Naxarene missionary magazine, "The Lost' Sheep." Volunteer worker.*; met at the Civic Club rooms In the Sprlns- riale library Tuesday to cut garments for the memorial hospital. Garments that have been cut can be taken home to sew. A. J. Jackson, co-owner of the Lowell Fruit Company of Spring- dalc, has been appointed a mom. bcr of the Agricultural Advisory Committee by Homer M. Adklns, administrator, of the Employment Security Division of the Arkansas Department of Labor. Kee. up with the limn--r«»i) :hr TIMES dill;. Two Superforts Crash Over Texas, 15 Are Killed San Antonio, Tcx»s-(/P)-Two B-20 Superfortresses whose pilots couldn't see where they were ga~ ing while flying on · instruments collided and carried 15 crewmen to their deaths In the hills of South Texas yesterday. One bomber plunged to earth and shattered, scattering fragments and bodies over a five-mile area. The other glided down several miles nway, exploded and burned. : The planes were on training flights from Randolph Air Force Base here. Tlicy wore being flown mechanically and the pilots' cabins were blacked out, accord- Ing to Li. Dill Adams, public - I n formation officer at the base. . One plane carried «cvcil rnori nnd the other eight, the Air Force base said. The shattered plane crashed on a h i l l top oh the 'Gus. Krausr ranch. The other glided down near a small landing strip on the ranch of J. W, Heard, San Antonio oil man, . · D, C. McDonald, superintendent nf a ranch, r,ald h r - x a w the planes flying in formation. He gave this account; "Suddenly one creased over and iippKrently clipped the tail SPV- lion from the other plane. One - ··* plane went.down and the other, ; ^iS kept cm flying on «, level keel|s;;; ' with goad altitude ai' U und*m--;v-' ag?d. No one jumped. The plans?'*. carcu In low ov«r-:» windmill ori'-'; -4 the Heard ruhc'h, just barely miss- : . Ing it. Suddenly the left w i n g / ' ' . ' dipped snd went into the ground. The right wing 'Cut off a huge trca. The plane : plowed ·- several hundred feet and the four motors ; were found on'a hilltop several hundred feet away." . ' y U:cd by thousands in reducing . diets--Junie's Roman Meal bread. 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