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-NOHIHWUT AMANtAi TIMtS, f«r»tt«vlHt, Arkcmt* TuMdoy, Jun* 1, 1952 Truman "Shocked 1 ' EISENHOWER At Developments, Rhee Is Informed I "I don't know what w CONTINUED rptow (MOB osr ; This ws, an obvious reference In , ·" ry --'"'" d "'" n "" rhan -ITMTM o« , n ,t A ,,. Well Turned Out Yilley In Cilifoniia " Gay Clothes For Jwollw Riven Flood ' TRUMAN TO GET ALBINO KANGAROO ( i ' . . I ' . f wrir. Tafl, ranipninnin* for \t- dav, Smith llakr.la primary elec- Mnn. F/iifi hf \V;K Mronglv opposed I I · / "T" o l ! M T a . Ihislime. LOS6S Life To Powerful Pusan. Kor^s / / T ' - P r f M ' l r n i T n i man lotoy to!ri Prcr-i'lnnl Synj;- m»n Hhfe h* u .15 "hnrkcfi" *t political H^vrlnprnrnl?. in l!ir South Knrp.'i rr public, t p l u b l f gfN'ernmcnt srnir'-« rppnrtrH. Thff U S Ernhhjf.y r f t t i f j i m i v l ( h i t a note hud l)*ni ' I f t i v r m l ir. Rh*f, but rpfuMvj id r l j v v t i f f i!;. rofitentj. Km ran snujr-? rjur.inrJ Truman as writ inn Hint u n l r ^ immediate Mops w i n l a k c n I" ^n"th* political rn'M5, K n r r n u-ill Okla i/i'i ThP -,vv r'-nM H v "Dutch" Makes National Open SI. I x n i i ' - l / I ' i - K .1. ( r i u l r l i i l l a r i i^fin. l i e r a i i i i i l i n v A r k a n s a n no'v h o l d i n g I m i h ,,l A i d m ' i r c O k l n . IVirmck H i l l - C i . i i n l i y f l u b , i | 0 n l l l i e d eiiMk ve..-ierilav f n r l l s i t i i B t i o n . Thr- i n f n r m a n l s N a t i o n a l Open K olf l o n r m i m c n i in " is "' ; ""''' s l l T O V ( - r ' ill T r u m a n n n i n l n l nut In iv.u... r '"rn i h e resources addfd t h i i T r u m a n pointed nut li Rhee the Uniled N a t i o n - ; hud .sent troops snd nvilenal In defend democracy m Ihe voting republic. Kh« has prorlHimed m a r t i a l !:»··· around t h e provisifin.'tl c a p i t a l ln(l1 |il«cis and may dissolve thr N a t i o n a l A^ ' Th? assembly-.-?.:! of is'.n s h u t two p a r t o u n i l s of a I 12 In K,tih nne of i n a l l o t t e d Mid St. Lour Hi-:, reddy H a a s nf New Orleans, n n a t i v e nl ncrmolt. A r k . , set the pare w i l h n hllslerinj; I.'l.l-nin , - -. however, hr rloem'l K ee huw I ' M T a r i d Si U-i-Ir. r- Service could |, t operated m Ihe same lime. The general exprcs:;c,i [liiuh! Hie Hussian-i w i l l M n r l a delilier- a l c l y provoked w a r - - a n d he said ( h i s i-ri:intry c e r t a i n l y won't H a r t nnf. M u t he w.irned t h a t "powder )er," w i n s may develop ariirmi.' sale l h t e countries, and he dcrlarco: "We should he h i g h l y alert nnd I'nints To Materials Nfrrt i Kiscnhov.-ci ulso told i h e new* rnnfeii'ncc t h i s c o u n t r y m u s t h a v e ll never w i l l he eul olf a n d f r i e n d s it h;is in n l h e r p a r t s of !hc world. riuoJU ' n n d ' w m m u t ' 1 pay- "became HljhCf, J^l GdlhiltQS r f f e c i i \ ' e n s-hnrt t i m e I n t e r , free- inj; him for a? a r l r e a role us he WashinKlnn-(X|'i-Hr.]irnspnlativ cares to t a k e in Ihe rnnlcst for tin , Io m a t ch Vheckcrl coals, I i San rrancijcn-(P|-Thousanrls ot ' acres of rich farm landu i«y under i water today «i the Tule and San near the center and at the south end of fertile Central Val- f i « h :loc ? kin slacks- t h a t ' s what fashion i soul nsn rtcsiBiifrs have in mind for t h e , le '- in.n Vnuni, (in ' ,.t , ' ' i 'r \ American male, in 195.1. | More t h a n 30,000 acres ot rollon k - l i r '".'·',"·'"" Gfve. ' The members of the I n t e r n a ! and «rain lands in the Tulare Okl,, h s l i f e yeslerday. tmnsl Association of CMnthins De-i Basin were i n u n d a t e d w h i l e the Sl;,le Trooper A. M. McDonald sijinors last night Innked over such : Sun l o a m i i n In l n d ,,', i t ·:n:d Voims was f i s h i n g w i l h twn splendor at their l e m i - a n n u a l eon- '· nnn »dr«Tnf i / I i » j . . ··iimpanions t h r e e miles south of vcntlon. "Cres "' a l f a l ' a and tomatoes ' h o l e a u i n t h e G i a n d River. H i s , i o m p a n i o n s paid a fish pt Younc's pule from his h l e l i i c - v e it and drowned. . . s , Hilllp r l K. Kinsler of Chicago, ulled PTM" r l f n l "' the association, jaid I Ihe strongest trends in men's fash- Code Sends Necklines near Tracy, Calif. Unprecedented spring runoff i i m i K r i i L Helms m men s rasn- swe "el the rivers. Experts pre- inns are narrowness in shoulders, j dieted f u r t h e r levee hreaks as '" ! lapels, trousers and hat brims: I record snows melt in the Sierra ' f i t t e d waists in eoats and more i Nevada Mountains and brighter colors. | I Great Soviet Power i , e Station Near Operation Japanese Sleel Plant Struck By Workers Moscow-(/P) - The Soviet! an- workers todaj Ilo W l r i i i i i - i - i . f i i i m i - r O k l a h A and M s!ar [mm f l u l l Okla.. l e r i ' i i l l v liimed sional, shot Hit Io c.iin spot In Ihe open yhi'iiuli'M for IBS' Nortluvood {'lull, .lime \'l- Callf Tor Reflection The enmpromi';" u-a- offeii-i| I S2 pro-Rhce iiiisemhlvmeii u'ho withdrew, saying t h e v " t o u l d not continue* io work w i l h Ir-Rislatoi-s they considered "corrupt 1 It callt for: '·'" 1. nwlecllon of rih"e when | M. tho Assembly picks a head of smle ' - · l«le I h l i mnnlh. H I C T D i r ' T l l l n ^ ~ C 2. Adoption of a e i i i i : . t i l i i l i o n H l , U l 3 ' Rl *- ' J U U l a t *r|OTsMonts'iv UI'MWOI'IP" rat'lid" :' «NTiNUKii nin.M |. A .;K i.s* t h a n Ihe aw.mhly. l , . 1 u r l ; l r V « t n "'"'-".aiiorial ,|,,..s- 3. Adoption n f ' a c"i]«tituli'iii;il lon "' Jl " f sc M i l l e r .-mI t h a t he he- arnendmenl pinvidini: for n lu-o- llcves "the U n i t e d N'ahnnii r h . u i e r house assembly inslead of a mil- 's nn l v-/oi|h (he pajici it is u r i : cameral body. lon on." 4 These p r n v N n n s In lie p u l l "Selfishness rules in I hi- I I . N. Into pffert two vpars f r o m now. | dirtily," he Mill!, inldlnj; t h a t Ihe Hhee has said I h - r p Is m. i n n . .(i. N. w i l l never nccimiplish pea. e vision In Ihe C o n M l l u l j o n fnr m - . u n d e r ,1s prescnl o r u a n b a l i , ,, solution nf Ihe i i s M ' i n l i l y , 1ml t h a i l n ,, ,,, . ,, ^ .' . ' , the will of the. people i ; n, i m - · ' . : ' ,, " . , ' "'/ , , , ' " porlnnt t h a n tli» l e t i c r ..f the Con. i ni "' "'.,,' '^"'''"l II""''"- c t l l u l i n n . I veil, ,Indue M i l l e r s a i d : "lln.-sia U n i t e d N a l i n i m soiures Kiiid Iliey | f'"'" 1 ' 1 h p r "ve-ycar plans of believe Rhep has been a l l p m p l i n t 'benevolence' some t i n . p ar.o. The Io pain control of i h e nisemblv by , 1 T - -^- slarted its f i r s t j.l.m m l!i:!j" ft"'ii«.t.' progr lions for any needed clean-up. General Revenues In State Show Increase : bcrs if H I I H I J T thiniis." u t Uir rtt\c of Spain i;i in Ihc- wo.slrm dr- in, Kii-cnhnwer saiii, j ic;i \- i l l gn 1n v . ; i r only in (IcfcilSf | nf f i n r pcnplrs." Ho wmi on In 1 .-;iy, h D w c v c r . Ihoir v.-;in no qur.t- l i f i n nf t h e j:o'itii-Eir'hir and m i l i t i i r y irnpni l;incp of iho^ tv.'ft i-ounirirs ' f v c n i h i m c h ihr*rr is a wide stx-inl ;tnrl r p i r i t u . ' i l d i f f e r r n c i * hoi\\TPII Yiiii()s!;t\i.i n n d S|inin on t h e onr SI.1^7,021 from Rcnorai rcvnnucs h,uid and lhc free natmns of the we:-! on i l i r d l h f ' r . I m n n r t u i t t Implirtttioii* K i s i - n h n w r r s a i f l , too, )|i;it "Ko- IT;I and I n d r u - h i n a h;ivp as irn- i m t t n n t i n i p t i c a t i n r i K a.s a n y u t h c r .·*(·( I n r nf llir w o r l d . " And he w;irnrd nf a r n n l i n u i N i : dan^or nl' " s L i l A ' c i s i m i . h n l j n r v [intl s t c i t l j n g " of f i t ' l 1 ( · d u n t r i e r l)y itio Commu- pHcil.v planned for the ffiant K u i - ' ;;;;:;:i;r^itTMMn r nTmrB^ l i i n i ; . k T p c n m i i i e n r l a - ; s " " l n n is P u r t i c u l a r l y i m p o r t a n t KOTCQ Veteran Bill hernuse it w i l l he one of the sup pliers of the Moscow area. I H n e k - ( / I ' i _ A of Agreement On Foreign Aid Measure Reported mi the horses, i Lonrion-(/P)-The British govern- lll ifii j r i mcllt 1 ' 5claq( ' cl today one of the Woman Killed, Six Hurt iz^'r'^av^; i Wash,n K ton-(/IThe House has ' l n flauplaitrf Arrirfunl "I 1 TM . homb-has beer, found in .'put off until Thursday » vote on ln UCVeianil ACCIQeni Nigeria. ^ ^ :a GI b i l l of rights fnr those in _, " " ' m i l i t a r y .service since the start o f ' "leveland-(VPi-A. woman was Tin Smellir Closen Ihe Korean war. . k i l l e d snd six oilier persons w e r e 1 Texas City, Tnxas-rxP)-The Texa* Representative Springer ( R - I I l l ' m - iureci today in ,1 cnllision involv- City tin smelter--only one in tho objected to consideration nf the in * lwo automo'bilps and a Iruck United States--closed down today ? min loaded w i t h 10.500 pounds of when s t r i k i n g production workers j mensure yesterday under a rule ni! the c n i i i i i H M;iy li-rdiiy Ii.v Slate Treasurer J. Vance Cl.-iylon. more . . fro?en strawberries. Washincton -I/I')- Senate-House which limited debale to 40 minutes , i rl " cnnferers were reported tndav i o ' ""d required the b i l l he acce led nea!i was Miss rjeoreia Small- icpoi.erl^yes- | ]nve ^grp^i nn ., f oro j,j n j,jr| o j n or rejected as presented, of close to (i'/j b i l l i o n dollars. The' "* TM} V T W )""r ih^fT'""" 1 '*- C o n n R l y Briton, 104, Dies '''ni^niui^^r^;TM^^ ^i^^if^ As Stove 0 * e ^TM ' i r i l ' I l ' l "'i' l '«rr'i"ii S ' *' AR ~ .''oi.lereni-o rorimitler: he h e a d s ; Chellenliam, England - Wl - vo,.;.i !· , "' A ;''L,','''.' c.!7n,« ; . I'.",;' :PV|I "' |S '" f i n i s h u " ils ** t n - E . s ! her R " ad -' »» "» «·"· of the posted pickets at 12:01 a.m. tCST). wood. 35, nf Newport. Tenn. The Rhonda Filming To Wed accident occurred in suburban Molly wood - I/P) - Movie Actress Middlebllre Heights where police Rhonda Fleming and a Beverlv riuoled Truck Driver Dwight Gor- Mills surgeon. Dr. Lewis V. Mordon of Bald Knob Ark as say- ri "' announced their engagement ing his brakes failed to hold. Gor- ' - vcstcrtla v ; don was not injured. - - . ' . ied in the cnse - r . , l t h , ,^(U2. ; M a t e l e a c h e r Ollese iiiii llciHli.r H ,n ·. One committee source said' oldest women in B r i t a i n , died ves- Ihe House and Senate conferees tprday when nn overturned oil Tour Korean I n s t a l l a t i o n s Seoul, Suhith In Hospital j Chicaco-i/Pi-Hep. A. J Sabath, , r r, ' S ( i l ri( ' ;in nf l h e H """ of Repre- - j . m m y Poos c n t a l K r : ; , , oda .. ,, n dei-.vent in control of i l u . ,,«seml,lv hv , "· S. slarled ils lirst ,,!.,,, ,n l!i:i-" "' Ocdio-lnv.-iUu. f' ollo , s ° "'"' Hcndi.rsnn .State ,, Krmi ,,, spm lh(1 ,|jff e r e nce be- stove set fire to a pile of naDers l i l l l r 1ml Y i n r ,^ y .^""' s c n t a t ^ r s . today underwent its. i n l i m i d a t i o n anil i m p r i s o n - ' s u h s l l t u l i i i K n e w - f a n K l e . l ide.is of , "If K i n o p e Ml i n l o the Coinmu- I -.'"'h'-rs Colle,;,., SM.liB? each: !v een the a m o u n t s voter! sep- ill her lonelv cnttaee on J A Earlo P a r l r i f l R p K C riou- operation to correcl a li^ ..* i _ : _ » . . . ; . : . . ! . . .. ' f . 1 . . · . · .1 . . . i . :· . . . i .1 i , , , · A 1 1 . - :i n f m Ti-.-V, t/r,i 1 1 1 ,.i i, ^ t . . . « A . . . . . . . . _ ' . · l t l fi 1 -' U J U l "(i A l l i c r i c s n ill J-t :i 11:M t n n c in ,,:) i n · , _ ! _ . . , , . - . . . threats, i r . l i m i . l a t i o n anil i m p r i s o n - ^ s u l i s l l t u l i i i K n e w - f a i i K l e . l ide.is of , "If K i n o p e Ml i n l o t h e Comniu- ''"I'lK-rs Colle, ; e, SH.fifiV each: iv een the a m o u n t s voled spp- in her lonely cottage tourer? A Gcn ' E a r l p ParlntlRp serious operation to correcl a live, merit of his mrv.t c r i l i c a l nppon- (lovernmenl for Ihe old. : nisi n r h i l we M o u l d be v e r y h n d l v A r l i i i n s a - Tc.h, S n u t h e i n State. A. a r a l r l v hv Ihe House and Senate Friends said Miss K P a de a for TC , j mcr ' c5n m s i a l l a l i o n s in a i l m r n l . Hospital authorities sai. enls. They c.illed Rhee's el,a,,ids; "Unless Ihcre in a S plnt,,.,| ,,.- placed." the ,;enc ra l said. ' ·""' "· Collets. 513.11.-,!! each: A. v.-hich'would produce a bill c a r r y - , mer n u r s p ' w h o once worked wHh S A r." "''' "? T"'"' ° f '"' t h p "Pcrsiion was successful am n f a "CommuniM plot" a,:ai,,st t h e ; iledicaiion of t h e people to the HP TMi.l Ihe same s i t u a l i o n M. n n r l N. f,,llei..p. S!4.fl»7: c r u m i y in| . ? r,,i:'.l.nnri nnn. " Flo- -pncp' N i " b t i n C 3 l P smol», Jn ,u ,, £ p s md """I'menl Sabalh was in "satisfactory con EOvernmont mere windnw dress- | ,,,-|dples of WnshiiiRlon, .k-ffei- woul.l bold should the C o m m u n i M s ; : il! . S-'X-HH, "n'l m u m c i u i ,1, i - U n n n j a l e , S'nokPrlJO m^hej^ KasU ^ d i l i ,, n .. ^' m I son. I.lncriln, Cleveland nnd \ V i l - cont]iicr or suhvert other areas of : i''l"'^^ (t . j .--^ " ' ~ ------·- - --^= . !"on," M i l l e r said, "Ihe U. S, w i l l . Ihe w o r l d w i l h wlni-l, Wcslcrn * ' ^---^ .-- _^__--^=» the Courts |son," M i l l e r said, "Ihe U. S, w i l l . Ihe w o r l d w i l h \vhn-li Western hnve socialism, which is a fore- i Kuropp bus s n c i n l , ecunoinic and runner of Communism." Municipal Court John Burron, 41, of F a v e l t r v l l l e . w»8 fined SlflO. sentenrrd to 10 d«vf In Jill unri hud his driver's licenfe suspenrled for one year when he \\-as competed on M charge nf d r u n k e n d r i v i n g . Courl records show It wns his second offans*. H« was nrresled hy city police. Clml R i C R i n s , also ancslcd hy rity police, \va-; f i n e d S l f i nn .1 charge of sncerilnf;. ; Frank Rfody. Jr.. Ifi of Kay- etleville. \v.n fined S3 and 1-ni.ls.' a tolal of $12. when he pleaded g u i l - ty to F) charge of speeding. A u d i a Sliindlry of K n y e l t n v i l l e was fined ?25 and rnvl;;, a lotal of ?46.fiO. and sentenced to one dny in jail on a c h a i c e of d r u n k e n driving. Both S t a n d l e y and rirody M'ere arrested hy s h e r i f f ' s deputies. Krrp np wilh Oi» time lh« TIMKS (Illlr. --re»d Or* Mining Halted politic.-il connections ' H' 1 ' 1 ''"!!. M i n n . . | / T i - M i n i n e of 1'p rildil in l l , i - ,·,,,,,,,,,.ii,,, d, n '"'" ""-' '" Minnesota was h a i l e d l . p ( i K . I n h , . . . , , , i n, I,,,,, Ihe t o d a y as some 10,11110 m i n e , , joined mpomnicp of the l i p l m a i i Conuo. U l o n a l i o n r v i r l e s t r i k e of CIO I f Ihe t onK" u r i c Insl. the cencral ] I J n i t e r l Sleelwoi kers. Births Mr. And Mri. Alvin Androwi Mr. and Mrs. Alvm A n d r e w s of Firmincton a n n o u n c e t h e l i u t h of a FOII, June 2, at the C o u n t v HOK. Pilsl. Mr. And Mri. Liw«rtnc« O. Day ! Mr. and Mrs. I.iwcrcncc (). liny i of fiprimdtle announcK the b i i l h ! of a son, May 31, at t h e Countv Hospital. ' ' l New Liberal Credit Terms Now in Effect at re $ tone " O U R ' B I G TRADE-IN A L L O W A N C E W I L L M A K E T H E D O W N P A Y M E N T "" _»,.i^ ^.-j^igjaayg- 11 Extra Washroom --Extra Comforl Co you hnv. "bathroom line-up" in your horn* . . . Ho you hove to wait your turn when your family comes in from work or play? Avoid thii nuisance by initolling on * « I r a waihroom. The coil U amazingly l o w . . . lh» convenience immente. Call ui. 24 MONTHS TO PAY THE BALANCE G«t Our Big Tradt-U A!l«winc» Btfon You Boy FREE APPRAISAL Coll 1886 No Job Too Big No Job Too Small PLUMBING CO, 231 W. Mountain NEW 9 Cu. Ft. MODEL WITH A U T O M A T I C D E F R O S T I N G · No AAor« Man ... Dtfroiti Itself Automo*- ically , . . Even Ice Cream Stays Firm · 52-Lb. Capacity Freezer Compartment ** · Built-in Butter Compartment AS · Two Big Super Mist'r Crispers Somebody's Going to be Surprised! WEEK Firestone STORES 101 N. COLLMp PHONE 231 Well, it's J u n e r i m c -- a n d the top i' d n w n -- a n d his heart is filled with memories . . . »nd where do you t h i n k he's going? He's noing h a l f w a y up the hill, to a spot where a lane strays i n t o the wildwood and he can g l i m p s e the top of a fieldstone c h i m n e y above the trees. That's his l a n e -- a n d he's going home! Tt has been a well-guarded secret. Just two people have known about it all these m o n t h s -- h i m s e l f and his Cadillac dealer. To m a k e d'nihl\ sure, he has h i n t e d at e v e r y t h i n g u n d e r t h e sun as a l i l t i n g t r i b u t e to this wedding a n n i v e r s a r y -- c\ccfl a C a d i l l a c ! \YclI, it w n n ' t lie long now. He's g e t t i n g closer and closer. And now the stones in the d r i v e w a y crunch u n d e r the wheels ... he gives the f a m i l i a r three "toots" on t h e horn . , , and t h e n she sees h i m , w i t h his cap in his h a n d , bowing and p o i n t i n g to the driver's scat. Surprised? \evcr so much in all her life. And never more t h r i l l e d -- l o r it's the "car of cars" for the "day of days"! And is he h a p p y ! M a y b e it has taken him ten years--or fifteen--or even t w e n t y . . . to make his dream come true. Hut d u r i n g all t h i s t i m e he never wavered in what he w a n t e d , l i e w a n t e d to make one a n n i v e r s a r y mean s o m e t h i n g special above ail the r e s t . . . by the gift of a Cadillac. Perhaps, as you read this, you are looking forward to some very special a n n i v e r s a r y of your own. I f ynu arc - a n d you're p l a n n i n g on g i v i n g t h e g : f t n | g i l t s -- t h e n you'd better come in and see us soon. We've kept m a n y and m a n y a secret, for m s n y and m a n y a m a n -- s o you may trust us not to tell! · \Vc'd be d e l i g h t e d to sec you . . . at any time you find convenient. THK KOLUKX A.VMI'KHS.IHV HATFIELD PONTIAC CO. 22-24 EAST MEADOW FAYITTEVILLE, ARK.

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