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April 29, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

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NO»T*WKT ARKANSAS TIMM, FwfUvitU, ArVonwn, Tu«idoy, April 29, 1 Fulbrighl Moves Close To Chairmanship Of Foreign Relations Committee, But . Faces Long Wail Before Getting Job Steady-Nerved Sailor Sticks Finger In Bomb To Save Ship Washington-OT-Arkansas' Scn-« ator Fulbright has moved pretty j | close to the chairmanship of the i important Senate Foreign Rela-1 h fh\"TMt e r threeycars iFilm Writer Damages f ft| .1 lOUFI FOES ON STEEL SEIZURE ISSUED far." It's like this: j which awarded $84,300 damages -- ; to writer-producer Adrian Scott, Fulbright is f i f t h ranking Demo-; ,,,,,, nf Hollywood's "unfriendly crat on the committee--meaning', |Q., ].| e j, ranler | R K O studios mo- there are four Democratic mem-! lion for a nc , v t r i n i. bers with more seniority and i A ( tn( , sam( , t j m e .j u( ig e Ben hence entitled to succeed to the , Har rison termed'the refusal of the chairmanship ahead of h i m , . as-I ]0 (0 sta(c w n ethcr they were Democrats control i Comrmlnis i s a .' d c f i n ite conspir- I acy to defy Congress." Scptt was fired by RKO under Aboard' USS Boxer off Korea(/Pj-A cool sailor averted possible trascdy on this carrier recently by slicking his finger in a live bomb to keep it from exploding. This is the official story: A Panther jet returned from a mission over North Korea with a 250-bomb the pilot couldn't release. The bomb jarred loose and went bouncing and sliding up the deck. It jammed against a parked ! plane. ' The- arming propeller on the nose spun ominously. Two flight crewmen grabbed its suming that the Senate. But the present chairman, Senator Connally (D-Texas) is retiring from Congress at the end of this year. The second Democrat is Senator George (D-Ga). But George is chairman of the Finance ' his contract's "morals clause" after he refused to answer a congressional committee's questions about Communism. He sued charging breach of contract and was i tail fin and becan dragging the i bomb to one side, oblivious of. the danger. i Ralph V. (Well, an a v i a t i o n ! ordnanceman and an export «n j numbs and fuses, rushed up. He : jabbed his finger into the space : between the s t r i k i n c pin arrl i!io ; fuse body to prevent a c c i d e n t a l discharge. O'Dell held his fingi'r in place u n t i l the bomb had been carried to one side. Then he slipped a piece nf wood into the mechanism and calmly removed the fuse. «-"-*. n~ *·· - f ... 0 -. _ Committee and under rules can t awart icd damages last February, hold two such posts. Judge Harrison declared yester- Third Democrat on the commit- i d a y : lee is Senator Green of Rhocle j "The great weight of evidence, Island. But Green, now 84, v.-il! be j j n m y opinion, shows that Mr. 87 when his present term expires, Scott definitely violated the at the end of 1954. There is con- | nlor als clause. To allow the jllrig- siderable speculation he will n o t , m c n ( tn s | nnc i would be n. grave be a candidate for re-election. | miscarriage of justice. 1 Iccl the In this event, should Green be- i case should be retried on all the come chairman, his tenure Ijkely j issues involved." would be short. | · But the next man, Senator Me- I Mahon (D-Conn) is the man : U^fiA c * til In blocking Fulbright. He's only 43 ; I i Hf-U J V/K'C Full'Tlght's chances of succeeding . . McMahon; therefore, appear to | Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Reed vis- re-t on staying in the Senate long; ilfri Mr. Heed's brother-in-law er " ' and sirter, Mr. and MrF. H. W. Kimbrough, at Mount Comfort Sunday afternoon. Jim Sutton has returned from Texas, where he attended the lu- neral of his father. Mr. and Mrs. Gavin Malone of Muskogee, Okla., visited in Hindsville and near Alabam over the weekend. . . The Baptist Woman's Missionary Society, met with Mrs. Ross Starncs all day Friday. Mrs. Nolen I Chappell. president, conducted. the business meeting before noon.] I Mrs Chappell read the devotional l a n d Mrs. Stella E. Mason led I n , prayer. Teachers of the Hmds- villc School sent thanks for cloth- | ing "iven them for distribution t n j underprivileged children. Plans i were made to give a towel shower I for the Baptist Hospital at Little I Rock as a Mothers Day offering. After the cooperative lunch the Ro.vai Service program was given. Nine women were present. I no May meeting-will be with Mrs. Jim Sutton. Mr and Mrs. Floyd Brown of Fort Smith were weekend g u e s l s j of Mrs. Brown's sister, Mrs. L i n - j net Linebarcer. I A covered dish dinner was he.ld , at the Pr-sbylerian Church Fn- j j d a y night, after which there was i ! group singing. The Rev. Tom Wil'on. of Huntsville, pastor of the church, showed the religious f i l m "Wonderful Life. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Sanders o f . Mountain Springs visited Mr. and Mrs. Gilford McCarver Sunday afternoon. Sylvia Jones, daughter ot ivir. and" Mrs.' Eugene Jones of the Cedar B l u f f community, is seriously ill in the hospital. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Davis Sunday were their son-m- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Whiltimore of Fayetteville, and Mrs. Olive Polk and Mrs. Phillips of Huntsville. Mrs Millard Johnson of Mountain Springs visited Mrs. Stella t. Mason Sunday afternoon. Dolton Dotson attended the He- , publican convention in Little Rock last week. The Hindsville Home Demon- , slratlon Club will meet wth Mrs. Lloyd Linebarger Friday. May 2. Mr. and Mrs. Fay M. Smith have returned from a visit w i l h their son-in-law and d a u g h t e r . Mr. and Mrs. Jack Campbell, in Wichita Falls, Texas. They were accompanied by their d a u g h t e r and granddaughter. Mrs. Keel Stafford and Patsy Phillips, and son. Tom Ear 1 .. Mrs. W. O. Bcddingfiekl has been returned to a Fayetleville hospital. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Reed Sunday were the Rev. and Mrs. Charles Day. Afternoon callers were Mr. Reed's sister-in-law, Mrs. J. .lee P.eerl. Mrs. Letha Brogdon. and Mrr Harvard Harp and daughter of Springrlale. Mrs. Mae Smith had as weekend guests her daughter-in-law, Mrs. David S m i t h , and children. Sandy and Larry, and Miss Joy Summers of Tulsa. Cpl. David Smith, who has been in Korea several months, is now in Japan. He expecls lo be returned 10 11'? stales in J u n e and will get hi? discharge in November. Members of the Hui.lsville Order of Eastern Star attended church at the Presbyterian Church in Huntsville Sunday. Mr-mho.rs from Hindsville who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Smalloy, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Massey, Mrs. Curtis Berry and Mrs. James Ber- ' Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Smalley of Fort Smith are guests of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Smaller. Mrs. Pearl Yates is v i s i t i n g her brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Lewis, at Harlwll. Will Dennis is a patient in a Fayetteville hospital. Worst Floods in Utah's History Threaten Salt Lake City, Spread Over Wide Areas ' ' S i l l I .ike C'itj-oi'j-Thniisand'-ir la: ft." Mid City Engineer Roy V'. ' workers' battled' Utah's vorfl floor! McLwr. " I l l anybody 1 ! gu*;i crisis In 1ml ory lfw. a l l i - m p t m s · w h n ' l i r r we "n ror.tinus to con; lo rooiml sureinc streams fed by :rol '·" Wo.iry 'vorkcrp rrceived one as- .;isl r-irly incia.v. Teciperatur;i S I N A I O K MOM6K FcRCUSON i n B n l i . . H i , MiiMiiumi. »n.*f HimT.imim to willihul.1 any new covcrament funds (or operation ot the sovtrn merit.ncrnil slocl I n d u s t r y passed the Senate hy a «1-:;l vole, alls will) Scnnlor Hiiln-rt H u m p h r e y I D ) , Minnesota, who led the adimniilrallon opposition to the imirndmcnt. ,/HloriHilionoii mrltinK Sllov:. The flood w.ilers k n n r k n l W"l a railroad biiH», ripped out a dam. drove f a m i l i e s from I h n i r hnmc». blocked h i g h w a y t r a f f i ' ' and "n- tinued to sprrad over f a r m i a n d a . minor The U t a h floods foi'm » patch- , v/ork p a t t e r n . It's q u i t r u o i i s r the · Miri'.'.TSt floods vhcre a mnjor i river kiuirkx out levees alonj: mile of Its rourse I n Utah, r - c v - j eral n\'ers r.nd rrr-rks -.rr h a r n - \ dropped In Northern Utah and. * cool v.'ind raced in from the norlh: 'Oo major break! and sever?! nes in Salt Lake City alt lou-ed w a ' r r to spill out of. the canal. A lar*f West. Side lection \v,i^ covered with v.'atrr. A raU- ronrl britliie v.-ashecl oil. neJsr I'rnvo. ;.· Mml slides in CoUonwood AdvrrttM In the TIMFS--It nam EVERYTHING IN flUMBINO and SUPPIIES FAYETTEVILI.E IRON and METAL CO. GOVWNMtNT AVE. jGirl Stowaways Ready To Leave ! Guam For Home Guam-l/I'l-Two cirl stowaways j who wore lured In t h i s far P a - ! c i f i r island by tl'eir "|nve of e.x- I cHemcnt .'ind adventure" jufil w a n t ' lo so home. But that's 6,000 miles j a'.'.·; iv. Ar, JIM-IK McD;imH, 2fi, W a l n u t Grove-, C u l i f . . and -Maxinc Allen, XI, Tacoma, Wash., toured Ouam toci;iy, they Rave considerable Lhouuht to' (heir dclcmma. Then, v.-ilh tears in Iheir eyes, they told j U. S. Attorney James Mackcy they i wanted to fio home. ' i But Mackey said Ihe only way he can send them back is lo place charf.cs and return them as prisoners--"and we don't want to do thiit." The. Air Force, which unsuspectingly furnished their transportation' in a B-28 from McClellan Field, Sacramento, Calif., l a s t week, is reluctant lo S've them re! urn par.safic. The Navy, in charce of Guam's defense, says it's an Air ITorce matter. There is no aKOticy here with money to finance the return trip. The girls hnven'l enough money to pay their own way. And they can't expect help from the two airmen thev said nnuxcled them aboard the" B-2D. The Air Force says it may file charges against a i r m e n Dewcy II. Mocks, Greenwood, Misc., and Hobcrt U Quick, R i f l e , Colo. Mackey said the fiirls may be Riven temporary employment here lo help pay their own way home. me.rinc at scattered area". Oilier · yon broke a water line leading to regions are free of floods. j Fairvlew. Hear River whipped Slreois in Salt l.nke City \vcrc : m-n Its hanks near Amain and sandbasEcd into emergency c a n a l s . Benson. An cmcrgcney wajdecUr- lo carry off She overflow from s e v - ; ed in Nephi as Sail tree* threaten- eral eanvons lo the cast in Ihe,! ed Ihe city. A slide in WeiIsvilte Wasalch Mmintain... .Canyon blocked U S . 91 Urge Tbe Jordan niver. carrylnc tin :sections of Spanish For* and West Side Salt Jjilsc City r u n o f f iSprin«villc »re flooded. A bndft into the Great Salt Lnko spilled j *« w"" 1 °» l n s a r nucheine. over its banks near the Salt Lake | Siorrs of families have been Counly fairgrounds. 'pvaciialeri including aboul 35 In "This is Ihe most riancerous jCoalville and at least 35 In Salt flood situation tlic city has r v c r l l,»kr City. CITY-WIDE DAYS MAY 1-2-3 Watch For Bargain* in Wcdnetday'i TIMES! Double S6-H Green Stamps Tomorrow These Prices Effective Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday 288 Size Giant Head Lettuce . . . . . . 2 for 29c Firm -- Ripe Tomatoes ..... Ib. Box 19c Florida Juice Oranges Marsh Seedless Grapefrujt_ ___ Planter's Cocktail Peanuts . . . can 32c Introducing-- The Original _ Ozark Bunny Pot Pie, pkg. 39c Contains: Domestic Rabbit Meat, Vegetables and Flavored Stock 2 doz. 39c . 6 for 29c Contains Chlorophyl Chiorodent Tooth Paste 55c Wards Ice Cream . . Pint ISVzc Wards Frozen Delight, !4 Gal. 55c We Give SH Green Stamps Maryland Club Tender Pork Liver Cello Wrapped Ib. 27c Admiration COFFEI 6.7! Mrs. Tusker's Shortening COc 3-lb. can "^ Oxydol · Breft . . . giant size 69c National Baby Week Gerber's Baby Food Spiced A _ Luncheon Loaf . Mb. pkg. 25c Extra Lean Pork Steak . . . . . . . lb.57c Pure Pork Sausage, Our Own Make, Ib. 39c KLEENIX 200 Tissues, 3 boxes... .47c 300 Tissues, 3 boxes -- 69c · 1AIY FOODS ARE Cheaper by Me Oaten 3 Alake a fresh Lemon Pie Sunkist Lemons . . . 6 for 17c Pillsbury Pie Crust Mix 2 BO«« 35c n LJ I -.« Rose Pear Halves r«k«i by Rosedal* No. 2'/i Tomato Ketchup, Heinz, bottle 25c Open 6 Days 7 a.m. -9 p.m. Closed Sundays J J. E. BROOKS F. E. BROOKS

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