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April 16, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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MBtlHWMT AMCAMAS TUMI, HnlH»im, Artim*. , April 14, If 31 THEY^RE OUT ON A "TEWT"--"ttnan hnls" of M milions fill'a cloakroom nhclJ at Hold lena · "* Paris, an their ownrr«, fifl officer* of nt Icnpl flonmil rank, go nn u "tcwl," First slo/T cxcrciecc ·f the Supreme Headquarters, Allied Powers in Europe, /ire puper mnnvuvcra, officially coiled "tai'llrnl ojccrclfiCH without troops." U. S. INDUSTRIAL CAPACITY DOUBLES French Army 1 After Student In Texas Oklahoma Cily-Wj-U's not thai Robert Lucien Puxin j.i a draft dodger. The ID-yen r-olrl Okln- hormi Oily student just doesn't believe he ia legiilly required to answer a draft call--from the French jjovernment. Puziii, a niiturnlb.ed AmcHean, IK n native of rut-in. France. He. has received inslKtont k'ltt'r.i .from French nuthoritliui to report for a physical in Pane,. Pu7.ln went to his Draft Hoard, which went lo the U.S. district attorney nl Oklnhnma City, who turned the mailer over to French Immigration authorities at K{msa; City. In the U. S. A., Piizin is classified 1-A. lie is nttc.nriing miiityry school nl Bryan, Tcxns, and plans to study ol Texas A. and M. He hopes to finish his studies before nerving in the Army--the U. S. Army. I Benron.County Grand Jury In Session Aga'n i3cnUmvillo-(Spccial)-The Bon- Ion County Grand .Jury met for it» third session this mornlns. Two earlier ineetlnHE have been recessed after short sessions. No announcement has been made as lo what matters arc being taken up. Afvrrllne In Ihi TIMES--M p»n! Flood Control Program To Be Renewed President Takes A Look Ar Devastation In The Midwest Omaha, Neb.-(/Pi-President Tru- mun declared here today, after a survey of' the flood-stricken Midwest, lhal he would renew his demands upon Congress for enactment of a national flood control program, embracing flood · control Insurance. In many respects, the president said, Ihe present flood on the MIs- i.iouri nnd the upper reaches of the j Mississippi is worse than those experienced in Kansas and Missouri last year. The Missouri Hlvcr, spread out as wide as 15 miles upstream, pushed its crest toward the half- mile w i d e ''neck" separating Omaha and Council Bluffs, iowa. i NATION'S industrial capacity hn« nearly doubled ftincc JO.'ID, nnd w l 19S2'» projected production (nmoltcalack fnr I r f l ) It will bo mor« Ut«n double, thin picture chart mnrlo from Office of Dofenne Moblllza- tlyn quarterly report «hcw«. The mnokcslnckB rl«e from « Plltuburfrh, tf., Hffl mill, with nlmulutcd nmoko InJIciUine flic, flnlvrnationalj I QUEEN'S FIRST PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT New Jersey Convicts Riot Group Holds Out In Print Shop Trenton, N. J.-Wl-Sixly-clRhl convicts, led by a life term kid- mtncr, held out for the second day today, barricaded in the print shop of New Jersey's stale prison. Gov. Alfred K. Driseol! said he had no intenlfon of calling out the National Guard lo quell Ihe disluru- ance and lofl everything in Ihe hands of prison officials. The. rioting convicts held four prison employes as hosumes. One official said "we'd gel them out of there in 1(1 minutes if it wasn'i for Ihe fm r men they're holding." The convicts were solicitous of their hosluges, howevc-r, and even asked for--and received--medicine for Iwo of them who have icart trouble. i il i PUIUC engagement of her reign, Enjtund's queen £llz«- *nh II walks past nn honor guard of Yeomen after dlitrlbulinf ^"maundy money" In Westminster Castle. Thctn coins ar« specially .minted, and this year there were 2C--one for each yenr of the Queen's ·ft. Her head should have appeared on them, but there was insufficient Ume for ch«n»t and they bore the head of her fother, Kinfi George VI. Btkistf o* row* Mowir MCK U.S. Weather Fair Chicago-Wj-H was fair weather, with temperatures climbing lo near norv\l levels, over most of the country today. WILL ASSUME- i:ONTINUEO TP.OM I'AGB ON« PI K»pp« Alphi, ind numberous other orKanizations. Killon-wlde Search Selection of Dr. Caldwell as president of the University concludes a nationwide ne»rch for an outstanding educator to' serve as the successor to Dr, Jones. Fully 150 persons, whose names were offered for consideration for the office, were carefully considered, and many were interviewed in person, either in Arkansas or elsewhere. The search for a new president was started last September. The board appointed' two committees to -work together in the consideration of nominees for the position. They were the Advisory Committee, composed of the academic deans of the University, certain other administrative officers, and two elected representatives of the teaching staff; and the Screening Committee of the Board, consisting of W. "W. Sharp of Brinkley, as chairman, Joe Mnrdin of Grady, and Raymond Orr of Fort Smith. The commit- lees worked under general supervision of Mr. Sharp. Both committees Interviewed Dr. Caldwell at length, during a trip he mndc to Fayetteville and to Little Rock, and subsequently members 'of the board's Screening Committee spent considerable time with him and his family in Montevallo. Dr Caldwell was invilcd back lo Arkansas, where he met with the entire board in Little Rock last Saturday, following which his election as president of the University was unanimous. Red Cross Seeks Money To Aid Flood Victims Washington-W)-The Rod Cross wants in million dollars lo help the victims of the Midwestern floods. in a telegram lo all Red Cross chapters in the nation today, E. IJolanrt Harriman, national president, said such a sum is not available in the organization's treasury. Verdict In Readied Bentonvillc-(Special)-A Circuit Court jury here yesterday returned a verdict in fnvor of the plaintiff Gerald Bell against the Ozark Grocer Company of Fayetteville. Bell won $500 damages for his pickup truck which collided with a truck of the defendant cast of Siloam Springs last October. The jury found against a cross complaint by Ihe company in which Ihcy sought over $!)00. OwchHi College Gives Okiy To Education Plin Arkadclphia, Ark.-WJ-Ouachl- ta College yesterday approved a plan for the date's participation In the Ford Foundation's new teacher education program. The Board of Trustees approved the plan. Under the new program, which i '^ing 'tinner" tomnnow' night must be approved by all Arkan- I Fitzpalrick said the National sas colleges, teachers would be Broadcasting Company's nation- Presidential Hopefuls To Be Heard At New York Dinner Now York-f/PJ-Domocratic State* Committee Chairman Paul E. Fitz- palrick today announced plans for radio and television broadcasting rcquired to have four years of college study and serve a year's interneship. Hcndrix College has approved the plan. Allumbaugh Candidate For Benton Assessor Benlonvllle-(Special)-E. J a c k Allumbaugh of Rogers yesterday became the fourth man to announce his candidacy'for the office of Benton County assessor. Allumbaugh filed his corrupt practices pledge with County Cl e r k Ruth Wharton. The three others who have announced are Rqllans Maxwell, Fred Pearce and Walter Coffelt. Candidates have until noon April 30 to file loyalty pledges and pay filing fees. Senators Begin Paring Funds For Foreign Aid Washington - I/P) - The Senate Foreign Relations Committee to-, day began its paring of President: Truman's $7.900,000,000 foreign' nld bill behind closed doors. j Chairman Connaily (D-Texas) predicted the Kroup will trim at least K billion dollars off the president's request. Most other members expect cuts. But the measure appears to have gained friends since Truman sent it to the Capitol six weeks ago: Fewer Youths Eager To Fly Washington - A') - Retired Gen. Carl A. Spaalz says the nation is dangerously short of youngsters who want lo fly. The former chief of the U. S. Air Force said demands hy youths fur flying instruction are critically I jelow the level needed to sustain i major air power. Writing in Fly- ng magazine, he called this 'alarming." wide radio network will carry the speeches while the American j Broadcasting Company beams the dinner over its New York Slate television network. Speakers at the dinner include a number of persons mentioned prominently in Ihe race for the Democratic presirinnlial nomination. Those whose speeches will be broadcast, Fitzpatdck said, arc Sens. Uobcrt S. Kerr, Oklahoma; Estes Kcfauver, Tennessee; Brlen McMahon, Conneclicul; Gov. Adlai Stevenson, Illinois, and Vice President Alben W. Barkley. · Fitzpatrick said both broadcasts are scheduled between JO p.m. (CST. Red Paper Says Japan Needs Trade With China Mnscow-(/P)-Izveitla «ald today Japan vitally needs trade w i t h China to survive. The organ of Ihe Soviet government asserted the price of Chinese coal delivered lo Japan would be only n little more than half what American coal costs. STOCKS Bache Company/ Tulsa Third hour averages: Industrials up eight cents; utilities piun SI; rails plus 78 cents. 9;30 and j Thr^c hour volume 900,000, with market hacking and filling. The origin of oil 11 antiquity. lamps is lost KrtP np with ttat tira**--read Ihe TIMES dailr. le« Than the Cost of Gas for Driving! K A N S A S CITY · S H R E V E P O R T NEW O R L E A N S Lv. Siloam Sprini Ar. Kaniai Cily_ IOUFM Lv. Stloam Spring*Ar. Shnveport Ar. 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