Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 18, 1952 · Page 12
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June 18, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

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Stewart Granger And Wife At Odds With RXO Over U.S. Income Tax; Case In Court I Lot Ancdes-i/ri - Hritlfh Ador» : Stewart Oranper and Howard ; Hucnes' RKO Studio have swapped Bfgusntions of plotting I evade fS. S. mromr taxes The chargdf'u'ere made vrMerriay in U, S.afadge Ernest A Tolin's courtgfu'here Grander and his wife, Actress .lean Simmons, arc ·ulns RKO for $250,000 damage. They claim RKO breached tu-o clauses in her rontnrt, then in-, Mcn , rom I74 (o ,,, yffiri o f ! formed nther Murim; it hart ex- , 1RI . r , m nnw . Pnl | ft in , hp Navli , | elusive rlchls In her fervires : r!eervp in Fayetteville c v e n I RKO Attorney W. 1. OillieiI said, though they have nnl vet mm- 1 Jn hisjipcninc ;latement that the! pleterl their hich srhnol education.! Enlistment In Navy Reserve Here Now Possible For Few SWEET AND luW Grantors agreed to a three-year contract under which Miss Sim mons would receive $200.OOo * house from Grander for Sinn, 000 snd:_a Mory |roperly for $2S.- 0(10 · /nd they will not he ejillert t o ! active duly--if they arc railed-- ' until they arc at least IR'i or tin- J year. In rddilion. fiKO would buy til craduatlon from high school, ' whichever comes last. Married men in the eligible age! Broun can enlist in the Navy R e - i Later.' 1 Gilbert said .the couple j sm-p . hul wl11 nrit h " ordered to demanded that the houre price hej ! "' tlvr (1| ". V " """V navi children. recorded us $iso.f:i)0, the story at! Mpn nvrr '»^ »«· nnt eligible un- 1 $75.000. and her three-year salary I |C5S tn . v nr|v veterans. ! at $500,000. By so reportinj; the 1 Under new reflations members, figures. Wright said, Sion.oooi "' 1n(t Naval Reserve can now; would have been Improperly class- l/nnsier Intn Organized Elnc-trnnic-s «d as capital Gain, ivhich is sub- Company fl-ft In Fayetteville wilh- nl11 ' ject tnj lower tax rate than reg- "'" rl '" r ' 1 (nr lnlir present rating, j ular in|6me i '" lnl P a51 nn b' men wllh elec- j But granger, the first witness,! '%"'" "'i 1 '* 5 ^ "ccplcd ' s'lbrrir di« ;r '" ff* { ^ 'r-- - suit sly s the studio ha, not yet| ,!",, ";^hv^utrwMhTh^Navv i *·"' T- Automobile Styles Of The Future Will Reflect Influence Of Female Designer .T,.""' ,? x ? mpl f. mm I I"!*. 111 , 111 *. 1 " MAI 'S look «n from deck of the U. S. Maritime training ship Empire Slate. " " ' " '""n sweethearts on embarking on a 10,DOO-7nil« cruise to foreign' r hundred midshipmen are aboard the Empire Stat«. young gobs get ports from Fort · Golqpnda is a fortress near Hyi dernbi city in the Deccan which \ gatnedjfne implication of fabulous j wealtrrtassoclntcd with the name] · because*, diamonds found in the ' »rea were cut there. A gas will fill any vacant space ; In which ft is placed. The goldfish ij closely related to the carp. the years. Complete Information on the program is available at headquarters of Organized Electronics Company B-8 on the top floor of the Eason Building. No Hope Of Breaking Autralian Drouth Before November; 50,000 Cattle Dead Technically, n gargoyle is a waterspout carved In the shape of A grotesque animal, although the term often is used to denote grotesque representation! of animals in niher forms. AMONG HIS SOUVENIRS K.vdney-(/r|.All hop- of relief before November from tho crr.it 'North Australian droulh now has been officially abandoned. This grim decision crime by radio from government officers sent hy truck across th? dosolalr plains that stretch in thret. directions from Darwin. They say lir,h!, fog-making showers now will nnlv haslen the death of the million head of cattle in Ihe drouth region. An area comparable in si?e with tor whole of Free Fumi-,,-. is gripped hy a strange and devastating drouth which experts believe will have its repercussions on trade and even defense for 10 to 15 years. Ho Beef Export Expected Already the minister for agriculture and commerce, .1. McEwcn. has announced Australia cannot expect to export any href this year. The drouth Is expected to cut the output by nearly 100,000 Australia's output of beef last year was (152.000 tons, of whii h ' tons was ex. I from a 2.500-mile tour of the · government has been asked to stricken ares including the world's ! throw the Australian Army into "The second phase is a challenge to Australia and British .lamest cattle station. Alexandria i the job. ! Downs, which sprawls over 11.200 ; square miles. The manager's truck .travels .10.000 miles a year without leaving Ihe property. "There is hardly a drop of ; genius in a crisis. "The plan is to build a 500-rnilc , · "· ""· · y .· · · ·-··- railwav in two vears alone the 'InVr'-nort ' ^ "* "^ ^ "' thf "escrtThieh borders in ni, r.pori. lnp tablelands. . Sain Making Abandoned j A t prfsrnt th? tm . itnr , mu ,, | "The Aborigines have aban-1 breed cattle capable of walking Mloned their rain-making . . .' SOO miles in 80 days to fattening Every ninht for months their: areas." j chants and d.inces went on around i · the camp fires, but medicine men now admit they are licked." : The drouth stretches out into. Qui-enslanrt. Even Brisbane could I I he waterless if the wet s-ason ' ,, . fails again next Christmas. | '" r " ni1 TM* r "' ·' nhn Tu "« ! "Some 50.000 cattle are alrradv j Mr anti Mls . ''"I 1 " Tune of Fay- 1 'lead in the northern territorv. etleville announce the birth of a ! alone. The death roll could b'o i daughter, June 18, at the City ,130.000 bv November. Hospital. pins on the shariclesp plains from ! ^ r - an( * I*'", -lames Sarratt heat cxhiiustion. The sun tempera- j Mr, and Mrs. James Shrratt of mr- has been 140 degrees. I Springdale announce the birth of! This epic tragedy is entirely a son. June 17, at the County! Births By DOROTHY ROE ; Women are taking over t h e . driver's seal of the automobile industry. Since a recent survey revealed lhal women influence 80 per cent. of the nation's car sales, the motor tycoons have grown acutely conscious of the necessity.of feminine : appeal in their products. That's why you're seeing new cars in all those soft two-ton pastel shades, with upholsterj carefully ro-ordmated with th season's high fashion colors. Few Women Designers And that's one reason the industry stands in awe of a platinum blonde named Maxine Regan only woman industrial designer employed r,' the Chryler Corporation and one of the few in the '·bole history of the automobile business. Maxine is an industrial giant, ven though she stands only five ect two, tips the scal?s at 100, las blue eyes and looks more like Hollywood starlet than an assembly-line queen. When not dcsigninf; Plymouth rs, Maxine is traveling with jChryler's million-dollar road show, ;demonstraling to the publir how a ;new car is born. She has a lot of ideas for the dream car of the ·future, all calculated to delight the j feminine half of the public. She explains: "Today people are practically living in their automobile?, so we hsve to make them as comfortable, ittractive snd safe as your own living room--with as much atten- ion *o decor.'' Works Oat Color Schemes For this reason Maxine cans 'all the latest fashion magazines be- jfore she gets touethei her charts of color schemes for the next season's cars, with upholstery fabrics, | body paint and trim all carefully harmonized. On her drawing board is a rocket-like car design in copper and i turquoise, and another in coral and black. , ! For the car of Ihe future she i is considering such, thinss as a back-seat telephone, makeup kit to fit into a door panel or glove compartment, umbrcll.i rack and' maybe even a small bar and grill. ,to reduce glare and heat. It will ap- Says she: jpear lower and wider, though it "I've designed a dash'board r n v - j w j | ] actually be about the same ered in alligator with an alligator-i dimensions as at present, covered umbrella to match which I * fits on the door panel. Don't you i I( is believed that gold was the know women are just going to love first metal that attracted the at- that?" itention of man. · There'll be more glass in the c a r ' * ~ of the future, and it will he tinted ' Adiertrw in Ihe TMES--H nn. - a record 10.200.000. Beef exports for Ihe nine months Australia $(1.7/85,200, a drop of to the end of March hrouriht Jl.lil2,non from Ihe corresponding periud in 11150-51. A Flrisbanc. Queensland, newspaper editor has just jpluni^d result of the failure of the Hospital.' monsoonal summer rains on which i Hie north depends for its verv life Two Possible Solutions "In Ibis fight to s a v e . t h e om-; pile's creatosl h-ef project t w o ' -- · -phases lie ahead: | Not while, not wheat, not rye, "One pha.-.e i- a choice between but a flavor blend of all three celling th- caltle to water or Junge's Roman Meal Bre,-"l. bringing water lo the calllr-. Tho · n_|0. Goldfi-.h rnve- h--i bred by the "hinrsc for centuries. · -- ' "^^^^ff^^mwt^i^g^ggm _.., always eager for aouven!TM of battle, collect them even I improbable places aa the rebellious Communist POW eom- 4°" lo ? dj ' Koje l "'" nrt nff KorM ' We. Willie Haywood of Chester ·. f~-2olda aloft a kins-sized portrait of Nortb Korean Premier KITM i buiK which he tore down In Compound 86. : KENTUCKY I B : STRAIGHT Al«o ovolloblt In Ytan Old 10TTLIO IN IONO Have fun... have a Coke I ROLLING HILLS GOLF RANGE NOW OPEN UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT * DRIVING RANGE "I * MINIATURE GOLF * Open All Day Until Midnight Weather Permitting * Mr. and Mrs. M. U. Gilbreath, the new ownen, invilt you le coma out and »njoy real iport and exercrie. LOCATED ON HIGHWAY 71 SOUTH OF SPRINGDALE NOW! You Save UP TO '30! PRICES CUT ON ALL Enjoy a pntise in the thrill nnd cxritcmcnt of the pamc. And rrmnnhrr--ire-cold Coke kcrps the fun going! UMDtl AU1HOIITV Of tHI COC».COl» CO«f»NT IT FAYITtVULI COCA-COLA IOULINO COMPANY, Ph»n. 1400 11 idiMl. O '». on COCA«OI« eoMtwtr Join HM TfconcmMfc «f CoMqHrt Horn* Fr..z.r Rc 9' Own.rf Wh« S«t Ihvir Own Pric. C.Minc* On 7.6 Cu. Ft. 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