Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 22, 1952 · Page 7
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

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Thursday, May 22, 1952
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ulbright Seeks Explanation For Ordering Canadian Aluminum W»shington-m -_S£n_alo^ Ful- | bright (D-Ark) said today he pro- .---- ····'·· _·*,_,..-·--·- -......,-Rail Unions, Management Sign Agreement AMCAMSAi TIMK, Thumfay, May V. IHt ., ; Strawberries WashIngton-(;p)-Union - man-* agement peace, the first in more than three years, came In the nation's railroads today and the gov- ' : - "· u j i g i u \u-t\iH.t sam looay ne pro- , ---_. ...^ ,,.,.- =g=----^=^==| poses to get to the bottom of a , : eminent was ready to give up its proposal for a long-term contract for purchase of Canadian aluminum. At his request, the Joint 21-month operation of the roads. Three rail unions, with · a com- , - bined membership of 150,000 signed a 'memorandum of agreement" - ,,... in i; White House. The agreement, unlike one sign-- ed t h e S a m e * h " e u TM°" chicfs House-Senate Defense Production' "Vil *L"~ " ,'" "·"»·" Committee has summoned Manly i Wlth l he carrlers late l a s ' n Fleischmann, defense production | administrator, to a hearing on I May 29 to air the entire matter, i Fulbright said he wants to know j , ne ranit-ana-me -. ne i«iu aeree (A) whether the United States ment was rcpud i al eS b y a vote of needs aluminum to such an ex- the memberships o£ the three u n - ' lent that it must purchase from i j ons Canada and (B) if this need ex-j Aclual return of the roads t ists why domestic production : their ivate owncrs win come as can t be expanded to meet .t. | soon as lhe unions and 1he ,,,,. He was one of a dozen Congress roads sign a contract based on the members who conferred Tuesday ' with Fleischmann and Samuel W. Anderson, deputy administrator for the Defense Materials Procurement Agency. Anderson presented the purchase proposal in the Volunteer Workers At Veterans Hospital Receive Awards In Special Ceremony a memorandum. .nderson said the United States Assistant Jol s not have in sight sufficient' l h e s e things: terms and conditions of employment agreed to last night. The agreement, worked tween the carriers and the brotherhoods of engineers, firemen and the conductors after intensive mediation efforts by Presidential Assistant John B. Steelman, does New Variety Of Oats Displayed At Study Day 300 Attend Event At University; Two Sessions Slated A new oat variety, especially adapted for winter pastures, went WHAT A WONDERFUL WAY TO · No CalorU Counting! No Exercises! No Diets! Sounds too cood lo b« true, bet it IS true. York doctors, you r«n now tose pounds of iicly fat every week without froinj: on our ·pr-cial diet, uithorn cutting o u t d n y » p c e i » ] f o m U . W I T H O U T H A V I N G A S I N G L E H U N G R Y K O M E N T . The»« New York doctor* discovered a food adjunct ea!lM Wmfox. W»f« doe« remnrkntil* things. It maker! your «o- petiu demand IMS ford-· faa eat Iwi -- lose weight naturally -- yet you n^ver ttcl hungry. Befora Wafex w«s oltcrcd to you it w»i prnx-«l clin- Icaltr by the doctors on a Urge croup of non-Klndu- lar overweight men and The doctor* carefully rhecked results and here i« what thry found: 1. Weight loc«cs of 8 to 20 pounds without «nj ill effects whatsoever. 2. All members of the group nnid they never felt better and nerer had t hungry moment. Waftx is ABSOLUTELY SAFE. It i. a food ·djunet, not a drug. So lUrt today to ihed those unwnntrd How Wafex Satiefie* Your Hunger According to scientific calculations J Wafcx Wafer hns thc hLnBcr-sati8fyinff capacity of I lb. boiled poutori or ^ r^Ks or 5 slier* of while bread. yi*t it contains only S measly caloric*. You can JT« a full mon'.h's supply of 'Wafex for only 13 nn money back Riinrnntci». Ymir Bt-alf-K must hn« ynn linve L-.nt wcfcht, have an improrol fiir^rc. VIMI rnust look, fcol brttrr or you R« Y O U K M O N K Y HACK WITHOUT QUESTION. The fnoncr you ·lart thff sooner you may h;uT lhe loss of vcitht you j'earn for. Somewhat similar proposals for! duration Durchasc of Canadian a l u m i n u m ! lave been rejected at least twice n the past 18 months, t'ulbright said. Only $3 for 30 day supply. Economy size 60 day supply, $5. You save $1. Available at Fayetteville Drug Store on money back guarantee. form of A aluminum to build a stockpile of 2% million tons, which he said is needed.He recommended thatthis country discuss with the Aluminum Company of Canada a possible five-year contract, starting in 1954. providing a minimum of 170,000 to 175,000 tons of aluminum annually from Canada. This, he said-, would be 70,000 to 75,000 tons more than is now being obtained from Canada. He also recommended authorization of new U. S. facilities to produce an additional 75,000 to 80,000 tons yearly. 1. Raises wages 37 cents an hour for men in the yards and 22Vi cents for over-the-road employes. 2. Ties wages to the cost of living. Fay now goes up or down one cent each three months for each one point change in the government's cost-of-living index. 3. Lays the foundation for yardmen to switch from a 48-hour week to a 40-hour week and get a four-cent pay hike when the shorter work week takes effect. 4. Gives the unions the right to reject carrier requests to run the same train crew'through a divisional terminal point if the two Dr. Leslie Wright, left, awards a certificate to Mrs. n. Y. Harrison for her volunteer work at Veterans Hospital during the year 1951. George Ernst, Voluntary Service Committee chairman is at the right display today, since becoming , for first time commercially John M. Collins Of Star Former Dies Kansas City-iVP)-John M. Collins, editor of lhe Weekly Star Farmer, died today. He w o u l d ' have been K Saturday. i Widely known as nn agricultural editor, Collins had been asr- i ciatcd lor 3,1 ycnrs as staff writer, associate editor nnd editor of t h e . Weekly Star Farmer, f o r m e r l y ' called the Weekly K.-,n.iaj C i t y . Star. Mr«. Ella Karnti Goforth : Grove cemetery. ·* Pallbearers were W«H*f nnt\ Ed Rogcru, both «f 1 ! Grove; E r n e s t Stock'/" i George Freeze, Bill Phillip [ J a r k Mns!«, all of West-Tor inum shortage is now over. He said he fears that if there is a sub- cutback in military needs for aluminum, this country will Nave a bic over-nrori-uctinn and at A ceremony honoring V. A. volunteers for their services was held last night at the Veterans Hospital. Dr. Leslie H. Wright, hospital manager, was the principal speaker, with Chaplain James Burris giving the invocation, and George J. Ernst presiding as V.A. Vountary S e r v i c e s Committee chairman. A film, "Within The Town," was shown following awarding of certificates by Dr. Wright. The Army Mothers of Fort Smith were hostesses at an informal social hour. American Red Cross Mrs. R. Y. Harrison and Mrs' T. C. Carlson, three-year certificates; Mrs. R. W. Allen. Mrs. May Armstrong, Mrs. Zita Armstrong, n i Mrs. Ida Ruth Barrett; on the roads. Since| Mrs. Luther Cargile, Mrs. Neil of the unions--.'Fulton, Mrs. Louise Godle.v, Mrs. The long dispute dates to March, made- their wage and workint the same time would ho mmmiT ° e or morc or l h c ""ions-- Hilton, Mrs. Louise Godlev, cd t h e a v j p u r c h a s e s f r o m T a n "^ " f ° U r t h bi * ° PCratinB uni ° n . i Karl Har TM. M ". J. J. Neil ILU 10 neavy purcnascs irom Lanthe t rammen __ h;1V( , gme on strikc | J o hn Powell; "' le ast three times all for short! Mrs. Powell Rhca. Mrs. (Puska TIMESFOTO) Glenn Hendricks. T. B. Oldham. Veterans of Foreign Warn Charles L. Davis. AMVETS Frederick D. Bailey. Church of Latter Day Hlinls Jerry Harris. U. S. Army MothtTM Mrs. S. E. Apple. Exchange Club Don Lehman. Organizations receiving certificates included the Ozark Council, Washington County chapter, Madison County Chapter, Boone County Chapter, Benton County Chapter, and Carroll County Chapter of the Red Cross. Others: AMVETS of Faycttcville and AMVETS of Fort Smith; American Lrgion and Auxiliary of Fay- ettcville, Springdalc, Lincoln West Fork, Hogers and Farmington; DAV of Fayetteville; VFW and Auxiliary of Fayetteville Springdale, Bcntonville, Siloiim available, as the Arkansas Agri- , cultural Experiment Station holrl, Funeral services (or Mrs. Elia i its a n n u a l visitors' Study D a y j K j i i n e s Gdforth were conriuoteu , Named "Arkwin" by its breeder, 'yesterday afternoon in the Watson i Dr. H R. Rosen, professor of p l a n t : Mortuarv by In* Rev S O Pattv '· pathology the new oat will be J Methodist m l n U t r r of P r a i r i e ! available for farmers to plant for : (-row nnri,,i . 1 iv, n the first time this fall. While he """"' w a * in the ' r a l n t l bred it principally as a winter grazing crop, Dr. Rosen said it had led all other varieties commonly Brown In Arkansas in plot yields over the past six years. He said there probably will not be enough seed to meet the demand, but that several thousand pounds is available at the Rice Branch Experiment Station e Stuttgart About 300 were present for th first of the two visiting days. An other Study Day is scheduled fo tomorrow. Another feature of the men' program was a soil-testing demon straton by Dr. R. L Bcachcr, and Dr. E. O. McLean, of the agronomy department. They took actua samples and demonstrated thi technique used In thc laboratory t( determine deficiencies of thc various elements. Clarence Byrns, Fort Smith Chlorophyll, which causes the [reen color of plants, is found in brown color in certain algae. The glass slipper of the Cinde- ella fairy story is supposed to be mistranslation of "pantoufle en air" which means "fur slipper." Go To Seed AT Brown Bros. Where You Can Get Fresh Quality Seed Alto Baby Chickt Hatchtd Every Tutiday and Friday WEST CENTER ST. FAYETTEVILLE Rockwood, Mrs. Harry Shultz, Mrs. L, W. Searcy, Mrs. Melba Ware, Miss R u t h Crozier, Mrs. Cecelia Epley, Mrs. H. R. Rosen, Miss Lorita Lcdbctter. American Lesion Auxiliary Mrs. Cy Carney, Mrs. Lillie Courtney, Mrs. Lucille Follett, Mrs. Alyee York. American Legion Clarence Follett, E. L. Phillips, Earl j Springs, Harrison, Sulphur City. Elks Club, U.S. Army Mothers of Kort Smith, Willing Workers of Joplin, Mo., John Brown University of Siloam Springs, Kelle Studios of Fayettevillc; P.E.O. chapters of Fayetlevillc. i Siloam Springs, Springd'ale, Rog- I ers and Bentonville; Christian Women's Fellowship, and Ledbctter's Western Swing Band. Grade Label Removal Asked By Health Board Glenn's Dairy of Fayettcvi has been requested by state! Health Officer J. T. Herron to re- I move the grade label from its products. The dairy was informed . of the action in a letter written | by Herron earlier this month, it was learned today. The label is to . . . remain off, according to the let- "d derailment of 30 cars of a south ! ,, ,. ter, -until such time as you meet bound Monon Railroad freight KflRSflS CltV ! the minimum requirements of the | lr ain in the downtown district of · 'laws of Arkansas and thc rules I Lowell early today. The blazr w a s ' T-1 f i J Mt n · lake Custody Of Pair Fires Follow Freight Wrecks In Indiana And Texas; Odessa Warehouse Is Burned Lowell, Ind.-W) - A fire follow-*- and regulations of the state Board Your and Dealer ATTENTION: FARMERS We have the following good used Tractors and Implements for sale: 1 NEW CUB F A R M A L L TRACTOR, PLOW, CULTIVATOR AND MOWER. PRICED RIGHT 1 1949 FORD TRACTOR 1 1948 FORD TRACTOR 1 1941 FORD TRACTOR 1 H FARMALL TRACTOR CUB FARMALl TRACTOR WITH IMPLEMENTS R C ALLIS CHALMERS TRACTOR B JOHN DEERE TRACTOR H JOHN DEERE TRACTOR 12A JOHN DEERE COMBINE 1 "76" NEW HOLLAND BALER 1 "77" NEW HOLLAND BALER 1 SOT INTERNATIONAL BALER I JOHN DEERE STATIONARY BALER WITH MOTOR 1 CASE STATIONARY BALER WITH MOTOR 1 INTERNATIONAL STATIONARY BALER LESS MOTOR 1 INTERNATIONAL TRACTOR MOWER 1 SIDE DELIVERY RAKE 1 McCORMACK GRAIN BINDER 1 PAPEX ENSILAGE CUTTER I SCOOP ' t»4« IK-TON CHEVROLET TRUCK, l-tpnd axle t *-ft. JOHN DEERE TANDEM DISC * SUPPLY OF GOOD HORSE AND TRACTOR MOWWS 1 DIARBORN DISC PLOW * SUPPLY OF BOTTOM PIOWS Hailey Sales Company YOUR FORD TRACTOR DEALER HIOHWAY 71 NORTH. PHONE IMt j o f Health as they pertain to the I grading of milk and milk products." · Dr. Herron wrote that "I have before me copies of reports of in. spections made of your plant and producing farms by representatives of this department, which show t h a t neither the plant nor the producing farms meet the minimum requirements of the laws of Arkansas and the rules and regulations of the state Board of Health. On March 4, 1952, a survey was made of your plant and producing farms which showed several violations. Another survey '.'/as made on April 30, 1952, with t' w, if any, corrections having been mSde." On March 28, City Sanitarian James Coo and County Sanitarian O. L. Honomichl made a report on the results of a survey made by them on the condition of the dairy and producing farms, and turned it over to Chancery Judge Tom Butt. The survey was made led by fuel oil. gasoline and a l - j newspaper editor, was scheduler o make the principal address at he afternoon session. The same irogram will be repeated tomor- ·ow, except t h a t the speaker will be Raymond Orr, Fort Smith businessman anri member of the University Board of Trustees. Thoughtful Thief Gets Baby Fed But Takes Ring New York-(/P;-A knife-wielding robber bound a young mother with picture wire In her home yesterday and stole her $6,000 ring--but before he left he fed the baby. The mother, Mrs. Anita Lakcn, 20, pleaded to be released because the baby was ill and it was time for his medicine. "I'll give him his medicine," thc man said, and did. "He needs his milk, too," said Mrs. Lakcn. The robber heated thc bottle, fed thc baby, and led. PROSECUTION -CONTINUED KR'IM PAGE misdemeanor, molesting a public \ chicle. The "panties craze" spread to Tc * as 'ast night with forays at cohol that spilled from six cars. Some of the derailed cars' Bentonville-(Special) - Two de- splinlcrcd the old, one-story frame tectivcs from the Kansas City, railroad depot and the fire con- Mo. Homicide Bureau arrived at sumed the wrecked building. " ~ The burning fluids from t h e 1 -- " ~" ~"-"··"*- ^«°nju,y \u i \ v u , --- ~tank cars ran down thc gutters of Nc STMcs arrested here Monday | '" Denton. night. The detectives, M a r v i n ; Poiice and student defenders | Crowley and Clarence A. Kittell i turned the lingerie looters back at No one was injured A Munon! S " id t n i s , . morn ' n s 'hat the twoi Au '»n. where fist fights broke out I men would be questioned about a among contending students. But ------------- _ ..... ,,...,,,, ,, L , thc Benton County Jail here this| lhe University of Texas in Austin m o r n i n K to assume custody of two! a m i at Konh Texas State College the main blocked. street and traffic was official estimated thc damage at $250,000. At Odessa, Texas, eight r way railroad tank cars filled high-octane gasoline roared the town, struck a switch engine ,1:1,.;· ""Yl ' '_, """ '"·'" and exploded, starting a huge slllullons ' ln1 dolecUves said. panty pluckers stormed TM "~ vT" H """ """''" a u u u l " ,','i.'" r »P! a"d robbery of a Kansas City l " e i/«mj tuum-ia »iormea 1 !' omnn lasl month. The Negroes,! through four dormitories for wom- at NTSC. Cordons of Austin police and l, v , ' ' ""pW Vaughn, 29, have both | served time m Missouri penal in- warehouse fire. No injuries were reported. The cars apparently began rolling from a siding 12 miles west of Odessa. There was no immediate explanation how they broke loose. The word "cattle 1 formerly meant any form of property and v.-as similar in meaning to "chattel." members of the state highway patrol, augmented by Austin fire- Detective Kittell said that Moore ; m c n a n d st "dents objecting to the quesloning^ d e m o " s l r a t i o n ' turned connection i as the result of a case between the dairy and the state Board of | A water molecule consists of Health which was before the j lwo atoma ot hydroKen comb ' incd Chancery Court. | w jt n one atom of oxygen. * SPECIAL DURING COOK'S SPRING PAINT SALE , 9 x 9-Inch KENTILE FULL i/s-IN. THICK CAN'T · COLORS ARE TILE-THICK . SCUFF-OFF OR WEAR AWAYI · EASY-TO-LAY . . . TILE-BY-TILEI · TILES ARE PRE-WAXED . . . READY TO WALK ON - EASY TO CLEAN! YOUR CHOICE OF 7 DEEP, MARBLEIZED COLORS COOK'S PAINTj Us* Your Credit of Cook's EAST SIDE SQUARE-- PHONE 526 money was found when the was searched. The Courts has been wanted for quesionmg! dei "°nstration, turned back thc since last winter in connection i raiders at University of Texas with a "brutal"murder in Kansas : dormitories and sorority houses. City. The two men were arrested Girls at Denton leaned out of on a drunken driving count a f t e r . windows and laughed as the raid- wrecking their car Monday night. crs bor e down on thc four dormi- i A gun and more than $200 in tories there. There was no re- ! c;ir; Distance from the girls, the Denton Record-Chronicle reported, "ex- j cept screams." ' j Some of the boys came out with I panties and grassieries w a v i n g | over their heads. Some were mask- ! cd with handkerchiefs across their faces. Scottish Rite Dormitory, Caroth- crs Dormitory and the f i Beta Phi Sorority house were also visited by the Austin raiders. Coeds leaned from windows a n d tensed: "Well, why don't you come on in and get what yo'i came after?" There were no reported arrr-sts i Austin. Nobody was h u r t in the students' exchange of f i s t i c u f f s . Bomb Text Poitponrd Las Vegas, Ncv.-MVThcrc will j be nn atom bomb test today. Thc i Alomic Energy Commission indi- j catod weath.'M conditions were unfavorable and announced the post- j poncment Inst night. j DECORATION DAY TRIP wrffc Ht Briviftf WirritJ at '/ th» Cost Yci, It ictiullr coin only ibout 54 ll much » driving your own car la go by Crown Coach in weither-condltionrd corrfcrL Municipal Court Three Uncriln men were fined on chaiges of malicious mischief this morning in connection w i t h lhe stripping of an automobile at Lincoln, ffoy Russell, 21. was f i n ed $10 and costs, a total o - $32. j L c o n Thomas, 18, and David Hed- I way, 10. were each fined $5 and 'costs--a total of $24 each. Sam King of Prairie Grove, Route I, was fined $10 nnd cost?, a total of S41, on charge ot allowing cattle to run at large. John W. Davis. 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