Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 5, 1952 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 5, 1952
Page 6
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u h' *i " r»* »"·? aluiations )f Rioters Made 'On Orders", Prisoners Dictartd I $p«*ch, Inquiry I In Michigan Shows ! Jatkson, Mich. -(/Pi- AJulittnl *«plty Warden Vernon fox'* iptftti connratulatinii cor.vlcts on »ndin» « flv«-day rebellion nt Joulhern Michigan priwm wa» die, eated by the mutlnylnn men ihem- JeHflp, It WM revealed la«t nlKht e FO* w»s rjledfed W deliver th« ^peech and (6 keep H« npurces » 3ecr«t. Thai wa» part of a trade '»rou»h which the rnutlnecra Ireed »ifht. hnstaife, «U«rdj «nd mirrcn- ·itertii April .24,'lriatcad of April M M they hail afreed prevlotmly. Miitiny Leader Eirl. Ward re-. ii«»«»d Fox, »1M« relieved a» as- ftl«tant deputy warden and pi-Iron Go To Seed piychol»»)«t, at hit pl*d|e oi ·ecrecji y*»t9fd»y, o* ewlfJrmM Wtrd'l dictation, Kl diniani tor delivery 'over the' prl»on'» loudfrie»li«r «*«tem, » pledg« of *«recy, iau»! "Goo, I wouldn't coh»f*tul»t« ihoie guyli . . , . neither would J ,bre»k my word, once jlveri." . . .. » The 35-year-old psychologist Mld'hc bovved to-Wird r » demands in return for Ihe"convict..moving up the surrender 'time, explaining ih«f stale troopers were rrepsrlng to give the prlsonert an hour .to surrender or face armed storming of their birrictdcd cell'block. The prisoners had treatened to kill their hontasM In lhat event. ' I'rlmner 8»y» "TalK" Ward save this note to Auslln MacCormlck, executive ulrector of the Osborne Association, a private-. !y endowed penal reform-«ghcy. In an Interview al Ihe Livingston county jail to which W. rd h«B been transferred. "Dear Dr. V, Fox: You can feel free to tell Mr. MacCormick whether or not I wrote out .the speech of congratulations yoU made and made you deliver ft. Sincerely, .Earl Ward." .... · MacCormick -hastened io' Jackdon, interviewed Fox and then ai'lid Gov. G. Mennen Williams, Bt v.'hsse request MncCormlck is tnvestlgatinj! the'prlson/s administration. Fox said. Wlrtl demanded tlto congratulatory mesdaie to take ;.lmself anri his cb-lehde: "Crazy Jack" Hyatt "off the hook with nther Inmates" for surrendering earlier than previously agreed. The- »l»tc alrea'dj' had ag 'eed to 10 prison reformsidemnnded by the mutineers, plus n of no re' In the miitlHy'and B.en- iiral tibt in which pne conylct Was slain, nine wounded and two mil- Ion dollars: damage done. Governor Williams signed for the ntate th* night of April f.3 on demand of the 17p-odd mutineers. They then announced they'd surrender April SS. But on the morning of April 24, Fox Mid He learned that Slate Police Commissioner Donald Leonard, iRsrncst C. Brooks and Warden Julian N. Frisble were planning to give the mutineers an hour to surrender or face irtormlng of the cell block by armed troopers. Fox said he objected, but that Brooks told hit-) He was tired and to go get some sleep, 'inly snatches of which he'd had in Fort Smithian Heads D. A. V. In Arkansas Guy T. Knox 1$ Named Commander; Others Elected Helena, Ark.-WVPrafso for the public Bchool system nnd churches In the United Stales was voiced bj- Governor McMath at the ' state DAY convention her* yesterday. . Mcl^nth jald, "As long as we preserve our present public school ryutem *nd churches we-wlll not have to worry about maintaining our free way of life." Guy T. Knox 'at Fort Smith w installer! as cofnmnridcr to jucc» Gean P. Houston of Hisber Sprlnas Other officers . arc: .lames R Nleriblls. We«t Helena, senior vic eommahderj Ben t. Andrews Ilarrljon. fjrst vice commander: Frank Rosamond, Conway. second vice commander; James Whitby Hot Spring*, third, vice commander and Harmon Bishop, Nashville Jourth vice, commander. ; Father Joseph LoUrd, Berry- vllle, chaplain) Albert Richardson Bittcsvillc, treasurer; Ruth Meredith. Harrison, historian;. A. L Williams, Morrllton, .«crKennt-at- arms, and Billy -.Batiner, Blscoe Judae advocate. ·Denaltitlnni panned Included on, calling for Increased payments for disabled veterans. Another, urged legislation, be passed cxemp'.irii double. irhoutees and Wind voter an* from all persona) late taxes in Arkabs»«. Fort gmllh was chosen for th I9BS convention. 10ft hours. '· Fox said he later received phone call from Ward, ilMiIng for some medicine for t guard whi was 111. It was then Fox told reporters he broached the subject o nurrertderlng early. U»ed by thouiimdi in rediiclnt Jleti--Junge'i Roman Meal bread rik 1 M J» ft- I 1 it in ¥ · "W iH *; .16. W* «r« opening thli n»w 0Mc* because we will be able (o serve you and our other customers here faster, more efficiently. Equally important, because we believe the future of our business here--and of others in this area--is extremely bright, Mor« th*m 11 million American motorists have used the Universal C.I.T. Pty-As-VoH-Enjoy Plan and found it a better way to purchase a car and, at the same time, get protected family transportation. We hope you will, too. Your Q««l«r who olftrt thli Man will gladly handle all financing detail* at the time you make the purchase. Then, whether you've bought · new or used car, truck or commercial vehicle, you may pay for it In regular monthly instalments. 1 ho nationwide popularity of our Plan, year-nftcr-ycnr, is your r.isurance of a helpful service, courteously rendered and it a fair price. WAREHOUSE SURPLUS TREMENDOUS SAVINGS IN ALL TYPES AND STYLES OF WALLPAPERS- LIVING ROOMS; DINING ROOMS; BEDROOMS, KITCHENS AND BATHS SALE STARTS MONDAY-ENDS SAT. BUDGET GROUP VALUES TO 75c ROLL WI HAVI HEN SlNT OUR PROPORTIONATE SHAfcE OF 500,000 ROLLS DRASTICALLY REDUCED IN ORDER TO CLEAR OUR WAREHOUSES ALL SALES FINAL-NO RETURNS fc ' SALE PRICE 9 ROLL PATTERNS FOR ANY ROOM VALUES TO 37c ROLL SALE PRICE EXTRA i SPECIAL: WH/LE THEY LAST 10 and 12-ROLL ROOM LOTS CHOICE SELECTION VALUES TO 26c ROLL SALE PRICE 17 ROLL ROLL] LOW PRICE QUALITY GROUP VALUES TO 74e ROLL BARGAINS GALORE VALUES TO 5Jc ROLL SALE PRICE 33 C ROLL FINE QUALITY GROUP VALUES TO 99c ROLL ., SALE PRICE C ROLL I BUY YOUR SPR/NG WALLPAPER NEEDS NOW-AND SAVE/ HUNDREDS OF OTHER EXQUISITE WALLPAPERS UP TO $6.00 ROLL SALE PRICE 69 C ROLL! WALLPAPER TOOL KITS Include All the Tools .ONLY Needed to Hang Your tfl4 ^O Own Wallpaper, . ^ · WAS 51.69 I EA FLOOR COVERING | Beautiful SCRUBBABLE WALLPAPER * TOOL KITS* C o n t a i n s Necessary Tools tn Install Inlaid Linoleum or Any Kind of Floor Tile. EACH ONLY FUSTIC-COATED FOR DURABLE,' EASY-TO-CLEAN BEAUTY! Many Lovely Designs . . . 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