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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 16

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It--NOtfHWKT AIKANSAS TIMCS, FayMMvlfe, AftoiH*. Friday, Juiw 13, 1952 Tuck Bishop Penlaoon Buttons lts Lip On Question ^ Whether Case Anneal MacAritlur Wi " Vk)late Rule Wilh Convenlion Talk Is Considered WabhlngtniH/h-Noither Prcsi-1 speeches, the publication of arll- Utoh Attorneys Study Move To Higher Court Salt Lake City, Utnh-MVThc conviction of Tuck Bishop, Arkansas trifigermftn who shot down two Utah miners, mny he appeal- «d. Attorneys for the condemned escapee from an Arkansas prlsnn . farm said here yesterday they arc contemplating an appeal. Bishop was found guilly In -Third District Court at Tooclc Wednesday night of first degree murder In the pistol slaying of James Dougherty. 43, and Ben Douglas, 34, In a mine hunkhouse near Ophir. All three men were employed at the mine. ' Bishop, convicted under the ·lias of Carl B. Anderson, ad- Imitted shooting thc two men, but ( clilmed he did so in self defense t when they attacked h i m . He j testified they had made sexual j ticnt Truman nor the Pentagon ap- peurs willing to say whether they think Gen. Douglas MftcArthur is violating Army regulations in agreeing to be the keynote speaker at the Republican National Convention. Truman reported the keynote role as political, but whether Mac- A r l h u r should retire from active i duty before filling it. Is the Army's I problem. Truman said he had not discussed the matter wi!h Army officials, but if he is not satisfied with what they do he said he would cal] them down. .lust wait and see. he declared. The Army announced last Tuesday it was not considering any action In connection with MacArthur's designation as convention keynote speaker. Since then, it Is learned, the Army has made it plain it also does not intend to act later, that it will do nothing about the mutter. That position is described as being predicated on the belief that when Congress created the five-star rank for certain cles, or any other public activity looking to the influencing of an election or the solicitation of votes for themselves or others." persisted today the belief least hope--that the general might request retirement status before July 7 and the national convention gets In some Army quarters, there I under way at Chicago. Tax Payment Suit Is Filed By McMath Against Revenue Unit LiLlle RocM/Pj-Governor Me-*) Math yesterday filed suit against i the .state Revenue Depaitmen-., j seeking to rcgiiin $942.31 of t h e : state income tax delinquency pay- ' ment he made May 15 umlur pro- | test. McMnth said when lie paH · thc state assessment, t h a t he wouH ,' claim refund nf "a large portion" i of it along with part of a £0,000 j deficiency tax he- paid to the red- | Maclyn McKeehan, 25, son McKeehan Goes With DuPonf In Savannah Army nnd wavy officers it estab- different from any other. All this hod thc effect of leav- era! government last October. The state assessment by Ticv- cnue Commissioner Carl J. Parker was based on the federal deficit, »dv»nce« toward him, and had i ing an atmosphere of uncertainty tn«de his "life miserable." "· The death sentence is mandatory in Utah on conviction nf first f)e(ree murder without a Jury recommendation of mercy. The |ury made no such recommendation for Bishop and sentencing has been set for June 28. ~ Bishop fled Arkansas while on m Christmas furlough from the prison farm. Ho was serving life on a murder charge nfter four men were · killed in Springdalc, Ark., in 1943. Used by thousands in reducing diets-- Jungc's Roman Mea' Bread. 11-10-tf I around the status of any other | Parker was named d e f e n d a n t in the suit, brought by'McMath's attorney, Leon B. Catlott. MrMiith hi the TIMER--I; D»TI. ^Jkcy IMf ·» ·· imr WMlhtrprool l»d Flrtproof BMutiful Colon PHONE 3011 FOB FREE ESTIMATE CLARK VENETIAN ILIND 4 AWNING CO. general or GI who might decide to take nn nctlvc part In the political campaign. Answer IK "No" A reporter asked thc Army If its position in the MacArthur matter meant that Army regulation · charged that Parker asses.wri Ihc additional taxes "erroneously, illegally and wrongfully." 600-10, section 17, Army personnel on which active bars duty from engaRlng In political activity, was no longer in force, and that any Army man could participate acthvcly in a campaign, After an hour's consideration, an Army spokesman said the answer was "No." Is General MacArthur thc exception in the application of this regulation? thc spokesman was Prairie Grove Mr. and Mrs. L. L. McKeehan, Goshen Road, has accepted a position with the DuPont Company as head of one of their laboratories in Savannah, Ga. He received his Ph. D. degree in Physics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology at the graduation exercises in Cambridge, Mass., June 6. At M.I.T. he worked with Dr. Bert Warren, world famous physicist, as research assistant for three years. He was granted the assistantship after his first year at M.I.T. in which he received a scholarship. McKeehan received his B. A. The Study Club a n n u a l guest j degree from the University of Arday tea was held Wednesday at thc home of Mrs. Clyde Borders with Mrs. Jeff BaRfictl, Mrs. C. E. Woolvcrton, Mrs. L. A. Carman, Key in thc Mrs. D. E. Rieff, and Mrs Edward j Tho j 1 ^ ls a . wa Broylcs as co-hostesscs. Miss Jane i TMTM"e s TM' or Blakcmore furnished background i W" 1 '" n t thc University, McKce- music duing the afternoon. Mrs. nan was president of Theta Tau, kansas in 1948 where he also received the coveted Senior Scholar 1C of Engineering, ied to thc highest in each college. "LAST POST" FOR* MEN IN GRAY-The Confederate Army of America has been dissolved because of the extreme feebleness of the seven surviving members of th once-proud legion. Meeting at Jackson, Miss., for the last time. Gen. William D. Townsend, 106, of Olla, La., left, nnd Gen. William Bush, also 106, ot Fitzgerald, Ga., right, recall memories of old campaigns for Marilyn Padgett, of Bay town, Tex. The two old soldiers were the only ones able to make the last encajnpment. Jenny Ann, Daughter Of Ingrid Bergman And Dr. Lindslrom, To Be Heard By Judge Los Angeles - (JP) Jenny Ann j can love and respect." Lindstrom, 13, only 24 hours a f - 1 The psychiatrist said it would Files Account Of Expenses Replies To Query Which Results From McMoth Proposal Liillc Rock-W)-Thc Arkansas ' Public Service Commission is i studying its first answer to an ex- | I penditure ouestionnairo recently 1 mailed to all public utilities operating in the state. Oklahoma Gas and Electric Company submitted its answer yesterday. The firm operates about five per cent of its proner- tics in Arkansas. The questionnaire was prompted by an order from Governor McMath for the commission to audit the utilities in an effort to eliminate what he termed "questionable and politi- ! cal" expenditures from their rate i bases. I The Oklahoma firm listed all Us materials which cost more thah S5.000 and which were purchased for Arkansas properties from January, 1950, to April, 1952. It said the company had no entertainment costs above $500 and that none of its officers or em- ployes had expenses--at one time i --which would exceed t h a t , amount. \ Gifts and donations--including! membership fees for the Chamber ' of Commerce and Arkansas Economic Council--amounted to $6,* 661. OGE listed » $6,500 payment" to Rainey, FJynn, Geen and Anderson of Oklahoma City for legal fees. The law firm presented the company's -protest against the. Ozark steam generating plants. A monthly it-lainer is paid to a Fort Smith law firm, Hill, Fitzhugh and Brizzolara. * Largest advertising expense was 52,793 paid to the Southwest-' ern Publishing Company, at Fort Smith for newspaper advertising in 1951. In 1950, Southwestern was paid $2,727. BOWL FOR PLEASUKI Tim Benton Bowling Lanes--Adv. HUDSON REPAIRS A SPECIALTY See BOB HALL for a Free Estimate on this Popular Car. W H I T E L E Y ' S G A R A G E Corner of School fc Mountain Dclford nieff and Mrs. Edward Broylcs served punch and cake from an appointed lea table. Out- of-town guests were Mrs. Howard asked. There was another upstairs i ciend---ning cf Bunker "ili conference. The spokesman's an- - · · BWer this time was: "The Department of the Army has nothing further to say on this subject." The regulation specifies that members of the Army while on active duty shall not participate in any political mnnagemcnt or campaign. That prohibition, the regulation states, includes, "among other things, activity at political conventions or on political committees, participation In political campaigns, the making of political BUY YOUR TELEVISION From a Television Service Station SMITH RADIO SHOP ummer Tempco Floor Furnace -10% WITH SUMMER DISCOUNT Garbage Disposal In-Sink-Erator Discount for June and July Close Coupled Water Closet as low as ............... $26.50 Lavatory 18"xl5" Vitreous with Center Supply ........... $23.50 New and Used Water Systems Used 2-Comportment Sink Used Water Closet Water Heaters AGA Approved ......... $41.40 BROODER EQUIPMENT _ STEEL, COPPER and PLASTIC PIPE and FITTING CLOSET and BATH SEAT FAYETTEVILLE Plumbing Heating Co. JACK ROIERTS, OWNER 310 North W.it. Prior* 730 Mrs. Lutic Cunningham of Fullerton. Calif., Mrs. John Riddle of Paris, Texas, and Mrs. Nick Matthews of Cane Hill. Prairie Grove guests were Mrs. Willard Brooks and Mrs. C. H. Miller. Mrs. Truman Steel and son, ammy, and Miss Eloise Guilliams of Baton Rouge,. La., are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Gullliams. Miss Louise Martin, also of Baton Rouge, is a guest nf the Guilllnms. Tho royal service program was given Tuesday at the Baptist Church. Mrs. John' B. Stephen led YMCA, and vice president of Pi Mu Epsilon. He was also a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, Baptist Student Union, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, A1EE, and wji business manager of the Arkansas Engineer. tcr her graduation from elementary school, must decide between her mother and father when she is questioned- in Judge Mildred Lillie's chambers. The blond girl, wrfcsc name was Cane Hill Mr. and Mrs. Lacy McCulloch of Washington, D. C., are spending their vacation with Mr. McColloch's motl.er and sister, Mr.-.. Air.o McColloi-h and Mrs. Paul Clifford-. Mr. and MIT Ralph Carroll of For; Worth, T e,\as, are vising Mrs. Carroll'-; b"olher and sister- in-law, Mr. an ciMrs. Charlie Me- Clrllan. The Home Demonstration Club mot Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Jim Pycatt, with Mrs. Louise Lindberg as co-hostess. Mrs. J, C. Skinner gave the ._ _ r - -- i .devotional, and Mrs. Jim Pyeatt The Rev and Mrs. G C. Bidwell | prcscnlcd the painting of the were hosts at a fish supper; m o n t h ) .. B , ue Boy/ , by Thomas Thc blond girl, wftjsc name was .., old mc twice s ij e did . n ' t wish to changed from Pia to Jenny Ann j 0 anri shc to ld Dr. Lindstrom she by her father, Dr. Lindstrom. is | W0 n't go " the object of an international | battle. Her mother. Actress Tngrid BerRman, left Dr. Linristrom for Roberto Rosscllini, Italian film di- i,it A*L.H.. i,..|,,u.. ...^ ..* j...^..-. rector, whom she has since mar- ation will meet Saturday night for ricd. Miss Bergman now asks' a covered dish supper. Members court permission for Jenny Ann I are asked to bring soil samples to visit her in Italy this summer. Dr. Lindstrom, fearing Miss Bergman might attempt Italian the meeting. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. R. Anders of Ttilsa, Okla.. are cuesls of Mrs. Anders' brother, Clyde Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Hcrschcl Clark, Hcrschcl Jr., and Miss Ellen Marie Clark have gone to Denver, Colo., to visit Miss Clark's fiancee. Ronald Rcinolds, who Is a patient in the Army Hospital, there. Wednesday night at the manse in honor of their son, Robert Bidwell of Kingsvllle, Texas. Guests wore Miss Mary Lou Da vies, Mrs. Henry Boggs, and Miss Ruth Boggs, all Of Faye'.teville. Mr. and Mrs. Joe M. Yost announce the birth of a daughter June 10 at the County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cnrnahnn have returned from a visit w i t h their daughter, Mrs. Joe Rland of £1 Dorado. Harry Dutton returned home Wednesday from the* Veterans has been a patient for several days. Mrs. Margaret Robinson of Houston, Texas, Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Harold Adair, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Tcrmain and baby sf New Mexico are spending their vacation with her Gainsborough. Guests were Mrs. Pauline Irwin of Harrison, and Mrs. Tom Porter of Pleasant Hill, La. Plans were made for a cooperative supper June 20. Refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Meals are visiting Mrs. Meals' parents at Cans, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Porter and daughter, Beverly Sue, of Pleasant Hill, La., are visiting Mrs. Porter's mother, Mrs. Alice Pycatt. parents, Fennel. Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Hospital in Fayettcvillc, where he Mr. Porter will attend summer school at the University. Mrs. Pauline Irwin of Harrison is visitinp; her son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Irwin. She will attend the University this summer. Mrs. Henry McClcnnan is visiting relatives in Neosho, Mo. Tasmania was first Europeans in 1642. | '"Iron-lunged" machines have : taken over the mass production of by' blown glassware, says the Nation- j il Geographic Society. Friday 13th Jinx Show not be in Jenny Anne's best interests if she were permitted to visit Miss Bergman this summer. On cross-examination by Miss Bergman's counsel, Greg Bautzer, thc psychiatrist said Jenny Ann The Rural Improvement Assocl- to the meeting. A lamp will be given to some member. Mrs. Mayme Ezell and children, court action giving her custody ol | Marsha anrt Tommy, liave moved Jenny Ann, is fighting his former i to the Bard Little properly, wife's petition. I Mrs. Elizabeth Woolson has Meanwhile, Rossellinl was seeking to come to the United States from Italy to answer Dr. Lindstrom's charges that the film director's home is not proper fnr Jenny Ann. Judge Lillie set a June 20 deadline for Rossellini's appearance. Testifying in Judge Lillie's Domestic Relations Court yesterday, Dr. Charles O. Sturdevant, a psychiatrist, said Dr. Lindstrom and Miss Bergman "should stay out of courtrooms and mend their difficulties privately. The bitterness between the two should die out so their daughter can get to know her mother as the fine person she been returned home from a hospital where she was confined following a fall at her home. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hamilton and Dale Malone, all of Texas, are visiting friends and relatives here. Mrs. Tena Malone will return to Texas with them. SUPER! If you ve tasted todays SCHENLEY ...you know its the best-tasting whiskey in ages! B L E N D E D W H I S K E Y 8 6 P R O O F . 6555 G R A I N N E U T R A l S P I R I T S . SCHENUY DISTRIBUTORS, INC.. NEW YORK, NEW YORK ·faf'ft Pan to the driver of a car if your last two numbers in your license are 13 ·A'Fm Pass to every 13th car coming in at our Box Office ^Free Pass to every Couple married 13 years. 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