Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 17, 1952 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 17, 1952
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IV i/ f LONDON-BROADWAY STOWAWAY r Washington-(/T)-While «",..-. | Fulbright it 'getting Write mention - ·'·· an Arkansas ."favorite son" for i Democratic pt«tldtntlal, noml ;h«,favors,Senator Bussell 4), smc'inriounced candidate, f it Fulbrlghl's most enthu- .......: backers Is Representative ttciTrlmbW (D-Afk),-.who says "I'm - .... »-,,lK,4riM. H IMI IBM...1154. \ -"'u- 3 v "St S L _ ' 1 TM , . AUWMIVA 't«»i«M««"».|- «*Cp. UruOKl HayiY(D);My£the country should Wight'! iijllber,along; al)OUt',195fl. TiyWrtafeitaUYe:.; Trlnible .' Is to ·hran.cV i couple 'of.'nbtches on the House' Public i Works ' Committee next year--assuming hi" is.'re- -·----' Chairman BucMey (D, ...J"laWyea'rT'he -probably w^jfS.iun%o.;.,.reelection. -and ,5»jffenta«ii f «''V:'Ea'rcade'M'D-ta) i ·Bcbiid Oeinpcral, ,js retiring be- : cause of'.I'll health...,' '·,,,.'',,. : '· Sift these things come to pass, frtnble" would be No. » Democrat en'the committee and would he'd .eiHfcer the'Flood Control or this JUVers and Harbors, Subsommlttee .-ijfcrovidirig : Democrats*; "retained contral of the house. .Otherwise, bt d just be No, 3: Democrat. Incidentally, Trimble got a letter thi» week addressed to "The fenbassy ot Arkansas, Washington, D,C' It was from a young school boy in New York asking some Ar- ItAliwa Information, Trimble gets m'oslof these oddly _!' tddresaed letters which obviously "", *r» intended** an Arkansas rcp- I«s«mta.llve.. That's«; because he $D»s the mail clerks and.,they "'*· take a delight in dsKverlng .such ""*· letter* to-hirm' :..'.- . - .··vX'*:"iv " ' Along this line, Representative ' ttiyi got a letter from Arkansas ! - tM other day which asked "Pie** ' r fend me three copies of'your in- y formation" · ..' Th« staff: puzzled over it for » some time and then concluded the writer was one of .several school · ~ children writing in for some In- formaUon so they sent him the a»Jne information the others asked. " Buckner « ·" * rt, *"' -l *'' Mr and Mrs. Harold Greek ind thildttn, :K«ty*ind5Stuart; -,of 'Mountain Home, Pa.,' are guests U Mrs Greek's parents and grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Von Erdmannsdorff and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Longstreet. : The Friendship Club met'Frl- ·ay with Mrs. Willis Drake. Two members Mrs. Jackie Bobbins and Mrs Gladys 'Johnson, resigned from the organisation. On the program Mrs; Johnson read an original poem Mrs, Doris Drake and Mrs Louise Sell received the mystery package. Mrs. Eula O«born« was guest of honor at a birthday ' ihovter Special guestf- ; wcns Miss : Roberta Drake andl"Mrt.'Betty J Counts Mrs. Drake' war»isted 1 Jn cervlng by Miss Drake. ' Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Drake Friday were Mrs. Dora Settles and son, Donald, of Bentori- t yille. ·: Zealous Ward is building a large 1 new brooder house at his home. Parker RuptitafcWho has been 111 with flu, la reported improved: CHOKED.-i.GAS? Alrllftc Stewardess Admits Slaying St. Louis Offklal St.'LouU-OT-An airline stewardess told police she fatally shot si company official during a quar- reL yesterday after he accused her of'dating other men. : Ijiwrcnce'E, Kcll; : 4J, married and father of two children, was found in a parked automobile, woiindcd six times. He, died a short time later... ,' .;.. Police Chief Brown Hairgrovc of'suburban Overland said the Ozark Air; Lines"stewardess, Betty Lou Tracy, 20,'signed a statement admitting she shot Kcll with his own gun.. " ··· "··· .-.' . · '. '·';' the chief said she gave the following version: ·;' ·'··'; .; ·'·..' './.She; returned from, a flight to Rockford, 111;, and was:met by Kcll at the airport. After a meal they parked across ]the street from her apartment. Ho repeatedly asked her if. she had associated with other men, then announced: "I am going to kill you." . ·,; ' - . He asked her to get his' Run, which she had taken from him during a previous visit, from her a p a r t m e n t , . ' ' ' . . , She got it, returned to. the car, and-fired as both stepped into the vehicle^through opposite doorsl. 'f,Shejran to-hef apartment and told another girl'who lived there. The other girl 'called.- a funeral home, operator,' who found Kelt andi took hlm~to the hospital. Kelt had been superintendent of stations for Ozark Air Lines since March 1; ' ' · ' . ; ' Miss. Tracy was held without bond and without charge. An Inquest was set for today. Talks Set For Rogen Lawmaker From Tennessee, Former Navy Hero, Blasts Errors Of Military Brass :.Rofe'rs-(Speclai)-A. series . ot special lectures will be presented ·t the. CMireh of Christ; it 7:30 p. Wi-from?Monday,'March 17, through March 23, it has been announced by. th« pastor, ;Melvin Vaiignan.:.';··'· ; . ' " ' The speakers will be drawn from the various Churches of Christ in Northwest Arkansas. They will include Worlcy Ferguson of Bentonvllle, Fred W. Mc- C l u n g of Fayettcvlllc, John Stevens of Sprlngdale, B. Parsley, Jr., of Pea .Ridge/ Bill Smith; o( Johnson, and Raymond Bailey of Huhtsviile,'.,, Mr-(, .-Vaughan · -.will open the series tonight. 1 : . MlctiUM. WM it ittikH, uk xit-itu : takteu Tbtj enuli Uv ftlUM-icllitf j SMUclnt» kavWQ !· docteri tor tht rtltrt «t j kiMIHra, t" ml llmlltt'tliMM. H4. wlttWIvnlvM 'IV r^wvl HI (oflrUwiueWednesday A meeting of Washington County sheep rajsers has been called tor 7:30'.p, m. Wednesday at the courthouse by Polk Bookout, president of the Washington County Sheep Growers Association. At the meeting pl«ns will be laid for the third annual registered Hampshire sale next June. All growers with registered ewes or rams for sale are asked to attend the meeting and list their offerings. " . - ' · · ' The shipping of spring lambs and the wolf menace' Will also be discussed at the meeting, ' FORD TRACTORS ar« r«al bargains b«caus« . . . · BUST COST M II ffl · RtSAll VALUI IS T*C ·*· II · yuirHll U m a fnt Trader ftfftrsa. IN wM itnuft ka( per'*"ni** *r TM; r«i ·*·· ** a»M «rf «* will i«t «h* F«ri frieter ewMfk to |M«M. What's man wt will ktiyra «f«ra«« II y*in*l(. Tk*r« will W ·· ·tfi imt M ·MlfXiM f*r (kh *M HAILEY SALES COMPANY AFTM STOWINS AWAY aboard a private plane flown from England to New York by Ilughle Green, London actor who conducts a radio talent ahow, 19.year-old Paula Thcedon gets her first and longed-for look at Broadway from corner of 4Qth street .When discovered It was found that her papers were In order and «ho was permitted to finish the trip u a stewardess. She expects to stay about 10 days. (International) By A. P. BRYAN ' Woshinglon-H'J-Ilcp. Pat Sutton (D-Tenn), former Navy enlisted man, is becoming the gadfly of high military brass. Sutton soys the Army should courtmnrtlal Maj. Gen. Robert .W. Grow, former military attache at the American Embassy In Moscow, whose cHwry was photographed .by the Russians.' . -..'·'· ':..: It was Sutton, too, who charged that thousands of dollars of .taxpayers' money had been spent on luxury hunting' lodge for Lt. Gen. Edward H. Brooks nt A. P. Hill Military Reservation in Virginia. Brooks is commanding gen- eral of the Second Army. The Hill reservation is in his Army area. Sulton has charged also that the Army is wasting millions of dollars leasing a former military reservation it once, owned in New Orleans and has told a House com- mittee more "exposes" are coming. narDesUn Charge - · Brooks · has? denied - Button's charges regarding the . hunting lodge, The Army tays the. build' Ing is used as an officers' club and that no' tax money has been spent on it. · . : ' · · · ·· *· ·· ""But Sutton isn't retracting his charges. : He declares that high military brass from the Pentagon and their "lady friends" have attended parties at the hunting lodge. Brooks and the Army deny this, too. Regarding Grow, Sutlon says, "I recognize the general's'brilliant war record but, because ot his service, he should have known better than to take the chances he did with a diary that might fall Into the, hands Of the Soviets." A handsome, six-foot-two fighter, Sutton says he has no quarrel with Army and Navy officers who treat their jobs as sacred trusts. But let him hear reports of waste in the armed forces and he's ready to rip .into the men he thinks are responsible, for it. One of the most decorated veterans' in -Congress/ -Sutton, 38 came out of the Navy after more than five years of service as lieutenant (j.g.) and : now holds a reserve' commission as lieutenant commander. Kemoverd Land Mines The former apprentice'seamat and mine disposal expert wenl ashore and helped remove lane mines from the path of troops marching on Manila: His unit got an Army com T mendation for work with ,the First Cavalry Division in the'in- vasion. His Navy inedals include the Distinguished Service Cross Silver Star, Purple Heart with Oak Leaf Cluster, Assault Arrowhead and others. · . He weighs 200 pounds, has curly hair and twingling brown eyes which flash, indignantly'when he talks about military waste. He considers himself generally an administration man but clashes with Its policies at times, especially on economy measures. He Voted against, last year's tax increase additional aid to Europe and the UMT bill. "We wouldn't need more taxes,' he says, "if we'd stop this wanton waste in government--particularly In the military, which takes so much of the tax dollar." "VltfA ZAPATA" A Scr««n Exptritnct You'll Never Forget! . . . a love that will never die! tiittn le the NEWS, tath weekday, at 7:30 AM, avtr Motion KGRH "HOME OF BETTER VALUES* A Complete Home Launc Rime,, bamp-Driej Q««Mr; Thoroughly, Gentl/ * SHAMPOO' ACTION * ,,,,,,, , SovtM Wmn, _ _ j . , « rlUiH- Floats '*" none nun I DRY YOUR CLOTHES T h e MODERN W A Y ! MKI West Side Squer. lol ^OKLAHOMATIKI41 SUPPLY CO.I Tokyo - (/P) - Two monthi . ago Masakazu Owaki, 24, walked oH his job with two . million yen (about $5,500) bclohiinj to the Teachers' Co-Operative at Nagoya; for which he was cashier. Next day he got' married, bought a house, started a spending epree and began playing the horses. The honeymoon ended today. Police arrested him. Owaki had only 4,000 yen (about .$11) left. He had spent the equivalent of 26 years' salary. E«e» or *IU to* Man read UM TIMES «a!tr Cane Hill Mr«. Anna Johnson of Fayette- vlile represented the county TB Association Thiiwday afternoon at a meeting of the Home Demonstration Club at the hon.e of Mrs. N. C; Meals. She showed pictures and gave a talk on tuberculosis. Mrs. Meals discussed cancer, and Mrs. Henry McClellan gave -the devotional. Plans for a Red Cross benefit supper and program at the school March 21 were laid. Later 'the members discussed the importance of having dairy cows and drinking water sources tested- A 90-year-old oil painting by one of . Mrs. Meals' ancestors was shown by Mrs. Meals, who gave a short history of the painting. Mrs. James ' Irwin ltd the rcreation hour, and Mra. Jim frtiit received the myslei? package. 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