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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 7, 1952
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ARKANSAS TIMiS. F«Y«ttnrill». ArlHMit* W««l»H«l«y,May 7, 1952 NAVY BLAMES HUMAN ERROR Coronation Service Held At Springdole Church Vandenbcrg Warns Russia Is Fast-Building Air Force Which Will Challenge Ours 1 ; SiiringUnle--nrensjiilthm of nmk attained by the Gii -. Au.xii'.nr.y of the First Baptist Church in SprinR- i d a l c was given Sunday night duriiiir a pros: am hell at the church. Royalty'was crowned, and a large : Iniitniisr look part in the. |mi«riim which was prepaioj over a period of lime. This photo, by McRoberts, i chows the entire p'oup whleh took part in Ihe elaborate ceremonies. ^ ^ , · -Washable Wardrobe- UitHC iHif mSOIU and photograph* Capt. Roy J. Benson, I). 8, Navy j · director of public information, dl«cua«a-with rtpurteri : the hiid-At- · Untie collialun of the d«!lroyer-»!ilne»w'eeper Hobaon and aircraft car- rttf W'MJI, ivlllch took J70 lives of Hpbsoh crewmen. Human error Is Mttnedfbrlne tragedy. /Inlernnnnnat Soi {MAY PAY PRESENT FOR THE REDS T 1 '" Fabrics Need Special Handling "f^ Washington-(/P)-Air Force Gen.*- Ilovt S. V«ndenberg told senators; today that within two years Russia "will possess the means of launching against this country a long- range atomic attack." "Unless effectively opposed and j countered, this attack could'neu- tralize our own ability to r e t a i l - j ate and at the same time could i seriously cripple certain key ren- | ters of the industrial productivity upon which we depend for u l t i m ate victory in war," the general said. The Air Force commander join- erf other Pentagon top brass and I civilian secretaries in protesting House-approved slashes in defense spending during the next f i s c a l ; . Washington - UP) - Secretary of year·starting July 1 , | stnte Achc/on today rienonnc-d The House voted to limit actual international crime" F,us- military spending m the new fiscal r a m p n i g n a , charges that the ycur to not more than 46 billion ** - AchesonHils At Charges Of Russians Says Statements Are "A Crime"; Doubts Peace Sought and efforts by Comrauniit-run East Germany to incite Western Germans to overthrow thfi Bonn government, . · . Acheson's denunciation of Moscow tactics today was among the stronnest he has made. He read a detailed statement acoffing at the? alleged confessions of two American fliers, broadcast by the Communists, that Americans actually were waging biological warfare in Xorea. dollars, some six billions under present plans. Most of this would apply to the billions Congress has voted for defense in the past two or three years. It also ordered a 46-billion-dollar slash in new funds asked., VandenbDrg's prepared- testimony, to he delivered today behind closed-doors of a Senate Appropriations Subcommittee considering new money bills for the Defense Department, was handed to reporters in advance. Because the Air Force chief was entering Doctors Hospital for-surgery, his vice chief of staff, Gen. United States Is waning g e r m warfare in Korea. Achc.son spoke out at a news conference. lie also said Moscow u insisting it wanis pearc, but j month after month IK pouring out; n campaign of hate against America and. Americans. He ,said this situation is one nn the indications of Russia's intcn- | lions in proposing s Big Four j conference on Germany. . j As other indications of Russia's real intentions, Achescn cited the attack by Soviet fighter planes on a French plane in Germany HEARING AID Features ONLY ZINITH GIVES YOU ALL THISIt -- .^ * Exclusive PEftMAPHONE * Reterv« lattery Switch it 4-Posltion Tone Central ^ it Fingertip Volume Control "' "HOYAl" AND "SUMH-HOYAl" TEN'TM HiAtiMO FL --- AID! Nathan F. "Twining, arranged to w" ld ^' ^livery of about 3 ( . lOOO modern aircraft between next "! Jan. 1 nnd the middle of 19341 read, his statement to the subcom- 1 mittec. The nature of Vanden- 1 ·'»"· " bcr K 's ailment \vas not disclosed, | ., , whc " "cordins to all reasonable! Ct|SUI^ Milli Aiiiinuui, CMIvf)UU luiiBinliK luuuii-» LU w mm'tun numb 'Hklch Ul» U, 6 8th Mr.'rurci'i 4tlh'n|ht«r bomlwr wine scheduled at * hnMtit for tl» R«l» tb.nelp th«m with thtlr annual May day ccle- krption (n Koira. Air tatct photo. "· tltitr'nntlnnnl ,sminlrHinM/ MURDER CASE- coxnNUCD'.rn'iM PAOU ONE r.bltj piinn lo back lip the theory that; the bullet ricocheted into the victim »tter.striking the war-view minjbr o f : Hudson's, parked car. PJllcc Chief-Pearl Wntts, called us'Si dofenne witricsF, SKid he WBtched tejlr. In which an idcnll- CH) renr-vicw mirror--of the door mounted type--was slnick by revolver bullets nntl rcmuincd un- [Slop Drips Todiy I Save A Flood · [ · Tomorrow lf'» just a »mall drip today, but iri accumulated damage pilei up big bilU tomorrow. Water itaini and y*ak«n*d cciilngi can be ·¥»ld»d by calling for our help today. .Our mattar ^lumbtri hay* ready «o- liitloni. Call 1886 C ° nd D No Job Too Big No'Job Too Small PLUMBING CO. 231 W. Mountain s The chief raid the test was con- i duciod by Patrolman l.ylc Allen, j an expert pistol iihot, at the re-; Biwil.of Attorney PcrUins, He -x- i plained that the mirror was fastened to n post anil Hint Allen fired at an nnulc from a distan'W of. 14 inches. The bullet, he said, '.yns deflected from Its course after slrlkinR the mirror's metal bni'I:. The mirror, although wrenched louse from the nails which held It lo thf- post, was undamaged and showed no mark from the bullet, be testified, A civil enillneer, .1. H. Dlssitt, dim testified, introducing a draw- inn .showing the house, position of two parked m'.lomobllcs behind the house and courses which the bullet could have followed. Other defense testimony dealt with the Jnct that Mrs. V/atts had been drinkiiif!--M«. Reed said she wns under the influence of alcohol--when she visited the llud- m home, , An attempt by Ihe dofcusi- I" i enter a purra found In the dead ' woman's automobile wns defeated by state objections. T! c slate paid that tho purse, allbouch found in i the Watts' car, could i "I he shown to have been the victim's properly. , Perkins hinted several times ! thai the purse contained a "weap- |o.l," although both sides referred to the contents as "the object." Like Ihe purse, "Ihe object"-was 'never introduced (is evidence. A similar attempt, this lime in an effort to secure testimony re- gardinfi some other object fnimri on Mrs. Watts' body at the hos- i p l t n l , was likewise beaded off by j t h e slate. Members of Ihe jury are- Miss Mary Alexander, Mrs. .lack Hix'ljl, Mrs. Cordon Cnsllin.;, Paul M a r t i n , Paul CununliiRs, .Jim I'lryanU Duster IDunbip. C e c i l Thompson, 13. c;. Orenthniisc, Fount Allen, A r t h u r Hart, nnd Harry Jackson. ,TWEW YORK --. (NBA) -- Flndins p out just how a fabric will act In the tub and on the ironing board i is an Important part of stretching ilhe wardrobe dollar in this year of .high living costs. Among the fabrics least understood by the most women, rayon and acetate rank high. Few women reallw that the two take a totally ililtcrcnt handling nnd that whur. the two yarni are used In combination the procedure .for acetate is the right one to use. Bayon, for Instance, can take heat without melting nnd therefore can be ironed with a hot iron. B¥ CAILE DUOAS . NBA Womnn'.i Editor similarly, It can he safely wnshcd n hot water. But acetate, which women tend to contuse with rayon, will "fiisc" If n hot iron descends upon It. This means that acetate gets a warm--never a ho!--iron.. And it follows t h a t acetate must be handled with care in washing. Water must be lukewarm and the soap mild. Acetate dries faster than rayon but it Is also less absorbent, which means that rayon is somewhat inorc comfortable to wear. The two fabrics arc equally and wholly moth-resistant and neither one deteriorates with age. Both retiiin their whiteness without need for bleaching. *y Acetate is the fabric (left) Red by Filcol for a dress with bolero jacket that slips off for dressy occasions. Trapunto work in an allover pattern is used for surface interest. \ Carolyn Schnurer yses rayon : and acetate in combination (right), for this flowing crepe with sweeping, pleated skirt. Done in a light weight, it's a fashion rightly designed for wear through spring and into summer. . . i but officers said the operation ! estimates this nation would be exploratory tn determine; 3 P° ir| t "' grave nan the source of severe pain. ~ Vandenberg's statement said t h a t while this country has been "stretching out a n d whittling down our air power," the Soviet Union has been building up and cxoandins her combat air forces. 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