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June 10, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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{ MOillllimi MKANIAf TIMB, , JIMM 10, 1MJ Ms HrotVI Used Germ Wirfire After 15 Years' Research By M.TOK «'. FAV i t h e same tlm«, binlo»!cal experts rtefenw. Af Military Affairs Rcwltr j w e i c flown from U. S. headquar-j Voroshllov said if loxlr or b a i - i . W.shingtnn-i/Ti - The Commu- i l*rs In Tokyo to the scene. j terial weapon* were used a«aln»ti ·lists have had germ weapons, for j They found IhM It wai indeed,' "e USSfl "we art prepared and « least IS years, according to a l a b n i a l i u y i,( foils -- hut t h a t ; '"My prepared to use them a l s o ' Heir own claims hut so fa, h a v e ' n ua.". used only for public h e a l t h : ani1 tn life them against augrcs: t»t dared u.'c iht-in, e \ e n in their :;ini | liisean- i-iinlrnl, Nothing wa«-«"rs on then own soil." · Korean aggression, . f o u n d in t h e equipment or bio- I'rotccl Souron i · A close and constant watch l « ' Ingiral m a t e r i a l s which could be. Amcilcan officials are wary n f ' T»int»incd by United Stales h i - ; used in offensive germ w a r f a r e : I c l l i n g what is known of Snviei llotical warfare expert! on inn Smyth Cleared Of Backdating IMS Returns U. S. Jury Acquits Annapolis, Md.-l/P)-ln the easy air of commencement yesterday, you'd t h i n k womanhood was of three charges after he and others testified his returns were duplicates, filed to replace lost originals. The n a t t i l y dressed deposed col- leclor for Northern California com- f men t e d ; j "I'm !·-') happy. One of those trials is enough fo,- n lifetime." i wasn't always so. .' HO...X'UT. tv.-n other i n d i c t m e n t s : . FrornJIs founding 255 years.ago n'mam against Smyth. Cine, re' l u r n e r l '^'anuc' 1 , fee. A All-Male College Not Changed By Coeds " , .[established institution around St.' from Aristotle -- simple fe.ilhcr- Jo " n ' !s colonial campus. But i t ; less bipeds." ' iljainst Smyth. Cine, re- ! '^' s "Great Books'* t'fillcKe hud ! much t i m e for rornnnce. Three of n December, was called : been strictly masculine u n t i l n ' . them were married before they by federal Judge Aleer i '. par "S". I t submitted lo various : enrolled, and one is a widow in /lulets." says Janet O. Jenkins of i men stack up. "It's hard to Ml I'.ethesda, Md. "Roys and cirls yet," says Dean Jaseha Klein. together, we're a l l - - to cop ''' tr-rin "This may be a bctter-than-av- era((e group. Jn any case, some are bright, some are dumb, just The 1,'irls generally nnree t h a t ! like all h u m a n beings." The gals with their studies, there isn't themselves wouldn't have it any lhcr way. "At least a third, of us had worked or gone to another collegn . college w n n ' t . cussinn plays a major part in the I be pinned down on how the w o - j system. Utar.*, rTM«d Rowing .hat the K r e m l i n *,»,,- have been' established' undeVihc: * ^TM' C'oMri j u r y of e, E hl ' Smyth";TM' dismissed V V-resi- «T any' VoVt."WrV'"no'",;;der | jTM. ^,^^'^^"^0^! Suao?'m^Latlcf ^ ^ As United Nation, forces push- j " d PrM«'rati..n for germ w a r f a r e leadership of Professor Wnrenin." u ' nmr ''' TM* '"'"· men last nitrhl , L n t T r u m a n November 23 on ~' wer' ,,, the room ' ?*?,'* I i, t\h. .J? T?ed into North Korea in the offen- P°"K ·«". American official, cite.' The Uniled States has r e f r a i n - ' f l w d Sm - vth ; ' fl " ' I c l i h e r a l m g ,-hnrges of "failure to manage his I Brand Jury wai ral(! lo invest! AcariemicaMv V ' " five of l.t, l»sn a repolr was r e ; "nTM' 1 '" "v Swi( '' officials.: ed from r a t i f y i n g an acreemenl : *!£".. .'.'I!^ Ti"^ ^umlted him , office^, o,,e,-|.v" a f t e r a federal I gate his department. ' ncanemicailj, tne Wived by headquarters t h a t a · An " in l n f m ls one m»de on fVI.- in which Russiii is involved which I ~ laboratory wai in the Pyongyang ' nlnr - v 22 . ]a TM. by Marshal V n r n - : would pledi;e non-use of toxic area. ' ' ·shllov, at t h a t l i m e commissar o f ' gayes and baclerioloRical weapons. | Alert to a (inssible allempl by : " " Hutsia's salallltr forces to make a i battleflfld lent of HW. American! 'authorities rilspalrhed airborne! troops In seize the building. A t ! IT'S STILL A MAN'S WORLD - HIGIti.il A V t k A G t INCOMt LfVEL -AT 1IAIT M f«r u Mrnlng power la concerned, tlieae ng\m» from tlw U. M. labor doptrtmmt'i wrmm't hurwiu lniHe.nl*. rtgurei on| IneomM «nd «gt groups ara from 1KSO eenaua, Tot»t« tike Into account! only thoH reporting Income, uid Include Incomt from all tourcM,! You Save S 25 On This Kenmore Deluxe Model Automatic Washer BOBBIE WINS! Senatobia's Bobbie Smith wins $3,000, three-year Grand Prize Lion Oil Scholarship JUST SET IT AND FORQET IT-Easy Mtoctlon dtntrol. K0mn«rt ftts your eMhwdMiwr-imlits E x c l u s i v e 6-VANE Afitater provides better wasMNf " See It Demonstrated at Sean Today Spec/a/ Price ··»«. - Jt'il"'* Good On| y T«Jun« 18th WITH SEARS FAMOUS SUDS SAVER S 249" 229 it frit* Good Onlv To Jun I AC * 10 Dow(l ^79 Only $10 Monthly ·a EMJF T«r3ii S^-SSSSSH^S 1127 20 I. Ctnter Peyetterilhi H«ppjr Bobbw mrives $3,000. throe year echolarahip from C. R. OlKn, Director of UK Lion Oil Scholarship Fund. Mm. Mary Quinn (left) nnrml · fttO cash a»»n) for ·ponsorinc winnin( «uy. At rifht ii Principtl OUra Monroe. Hundreds Che«r of Award C*r«menx School is over now, shut down /or tht tummef, But in Senatobia, Miwiwippi, they won't for|«t one lehool day for a lonR, long time. BecauM it was in Seiutcbit, before an American flag of red and while ctmstioni, that Bobbie Louise Smith received the highest (ward th* Lion Oil Scholarship Fund offere. While highlight* of the ceremony were recorded for radio and television by WMC and WMC-TV of Mempha, and the entire Smith family looked on proudly, Bobbie modmtly accepted her $3,000, three-year Grand Prize Scholanhip. Since the 16-year-old daughter of Mr. Mm. Robert J. Smith had previounly won a .$1.000, one-year tcholanhip in the Fourth Lion Oil Student-Eway Contest., he now has a $4,000, four-year scholarship to the college or university of her choice. The judgw-Dr. George S. Benson, President, of Hardinf College, Searcy, Arkansas; Glenn Green, eiecutive director of the College's Department of National Education; «nd Clifton Ganus of the History Department--found Bobbie's essay on "What. Freedom Means To Me" a nineere ind moving tribute to our nation's heritage. Here are a few phrases from the pme-winning essay. " . . . my opportunities are boundless, my heritage complete: for into FREEDOM I was horn, snd through FREEDOM I shall live ... Mother hustles Dad off to work, and other men go to theirs --each according to his talents and eapabilities. 'Private Knterprisc' we call it. Dad says we must always keep it so . . . the freedom that is the BREATH of my spirit, ths SCOPE of my being--and the wings of my soul." All Senatobia was riphlly proud of Bobbie. Friends and faculty, civic, relipious and business dignitaries came out to applaud her and share in her triumph. Entire Smith family, iridudinj dot Ttusty, fceli pride in Bobbir'i winning. Father, Hoburt J. SmUh,U linnman. Quotations from the C*r«mony Winner lebWt l*ul» Imfth--"/ appmialf Ihr nppar- tunily Ihnl Lion Oil has giirn me, and I trial thai 1 will bt uvrthy of this tivndcrful attfird!" M*r*r (· W. Varner »f S«nt»kt --"A frral font it Itinf tiont by this oi/.componV'U l lM-rt-/ifar/. This program it impirinf our^vung genera/ion lo iprak their minita. and J for one am mifhty proud that thry are ifmking straight." PreiWtnt 1.1. MMr*---(SenalobiaSchpol Boordl-- "I.inn CHI ii Mpinf Ihr Smith aurinillumlly And econom icalfy with itt fcrtilirrrt and oil product*. Wrnrrgfad thnt thit company Inn thr fml frnemily fo plow hack some o/ in profits into Hie futun of our )vunf piople." Bobbie leads Glee Club in "Thin Ii My Country." Talented Mi» Smith ii «1» clarinet player with school band. Mayor E. W. Vamer (left) and school bo.rd . rr . M Board President E. E. Moore concmulitw Bobbi*. A MISSAOI FROM COL. T. N. B A R T O N "Ttiii Grand Pri« award clones tht 1931-52 Lion Oil Scholonhip Fund oclivititi in which Southern high ichool itudtnti received five major icholonhipi and 96 caih awardi; whilt itvtn Southern high school teach* n tach won n $1 ,200 scholar- ihip for ndvnnced education; ond 101 tenchtr-iponiori eoch received a coin award for guiding wlnnvrt. We of Lion Oil Company art proud and happy to bt obit to contribute to the future of our Southern fritndi and neicjhbofs-- but even prouder to Sfe thrir own deep intereit in our mutual goal-Southern progress." CNAMHAN W TNI * LION OIL I L D O R A D O , COMPANY A R K A N S A S ,

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