Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 30, 1952 · Page 14
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April 30, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

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14^---NORTHWUT ARKANSAS TIMES, Fny.H.vill., Arkon«. Wtdnndiy, April 30, 1952 LAST DURING HIGH SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE INJURES 30 CASUMTIIS OF THI CHIMIITRY l«bor«lory .xplo.lnn at CMago'M Tllden Tcclmlcal High school ire ihown being trilled it · ho.plUI nearby. At left I. William March. 18, Doing Ircntcd for « head cut while two nur». emitter to Kiy Hallind, on.itretch«r..l rl e ht. TteblK.t occurred when . l.vVco,lum«l " r,,dor wi. «n t i(d In ..erlei.of'experiment, during "Clrc.,, Night," an open ,,,,,,»,, » lt n d c d by L» " 000 ° Road to Recovery CHINESE WOMEN SPROUT WINQS-Chu Teh, comiramlcr-ln-chlof of Keel China',"»lf h« P KwM« «* i t . by _ w ,T C " , pilol! wl '° »" «l'°'-'«l 1° b» (to first In Chin.Vs hMlclur« wn« taken al a Peking A i r f i e l d ilurins n m-cmoiiy to cclclmile Inlenialional --.. -.- "-iiitik's Dav. .__. -- Selected for this Award Because We Served You Best! 17,000 Plants in America! 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Privately, they find plenty of room for improvement in the Ind l n n government's reception to I heir plans. Mont feel Indian officials will eventually modify present policies. Improvement of rail nnd port facilities to make way for large- scale exports of I n d i a n iron ore and other resources standt; at the. lop of Japan's demands. .Relaxation of import rnstrictinns on .lap- ·incsc goods eomcs next. Frankly wn wish we could | birtJTl^dia and J a par7re"Sl^ l l ' I l / l / l M l H h r ' r t l n r Y M I n l l ' f T ' l l i n . . " . r 11 - · m m . i p i j , hopefully in the .direction of the United States Embassy in Delhi (or liclp. Embassy officials view an Export-Import Bank Joan as the sole likely foreign backing. After a century of v i r t u a l l y un- Indla pleads t h a t the country I challenBCtl sway over the Indian can't a f f o r d the 2011 billion rupee market, Jlritish interests in India Army Engineers Plan Flood Control And Power Dams For State Despite Protests EILEEN DEWAR, 4, holds on to her doll at Chicago'. W«Iey Memorial Hospital, where lurjeons hope that by Christmas they will have ·ticcotsfuUy completed ·' leriw of (rrafline operationi to replace the fingers missing from her hands ilnce birth. Thf operations will enable Eileen to realize her cher- Uaed ambiUon--to play the piano. Irmle \vilh Communist C h i n a mission loader Taishn I'/.izaka told a Delhi pross conference. "But it's pretty d i f f i c u l t politically these days. Thnl is why we nrc lioro," Can't Afford Outlay (42 million doll.'ir) outlay needed lo iny new railroad tracks and on- Inrce harbors. Nor can .fapnn make the Investment al t h i s time, Seki said. Sn have watched the .Japanese drive w i t h crowing concern. British influence has traditionally been great w i l h the shapers of India's import policies. Washington - (P) - Representative Trimble (D-Ark) mid today he expects the chief of Army engineer* to ipprove soon n plan for developinn five flood control and power sites on the Whit* Biver jr/ Arkansas. The plan, both Trimble and Representative M i l l s (D-Ark) said, has been approved by the Engineer Board of flivers and Harbors and now Is be/ore Mij. Gen. Lewis A. Pick, chief of engineers. The board, at recent hearing* on the plan, heard objections by group of Missouri and Arkitnsas residents to construction of the proposed Water Valley Dam on Eleven Point Kiver in Randolph County, Ark. Some Arfeinjsns favored the project. Trimble said the EngineTr Board approved the Water Valley reservoir along with the other four projects. The other dams involved are Lone Rock, Greers Ferry, Beaver and nilbert--all of which, like Water Valley, would be combination flood control and power g e n - ' crating facilities. | As previously approved by Congress, the plan contemplated that Water Valley, Lone Rock and Greers Ferry Reservoirs would be for flood control only. The modification proposes to add power to these three and to mild Beaver and Gilbert as multiple purpose dam*. Army engineers have estimated :hat the cost of the proposed White River, development would is increased by $140.440,000 .hrough addition of the project! in .he new report. At one time I h p new plan also ronlrmplMed construction of an- ' other power dam at Wolf Bayou. the chief of Army englnMn, th« must get approv«i of tht Budgd Rureau. After tiiat it fosj t n ^ House Public Works CommittcB If approved by th« commit!,, the project then must c | t .. through Congress. 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