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June 24, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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Millionakc Says Divorcee Must Have Cased Bedroom While Hiding From Visitors JttMTHWtST ARKANSAS TIMIS, FoycttovilU, Attorn*, Tunday, June, 24, J»5J | Receives Purple Heart Carson City. Nov. _ (^, _ M i l 1 lionaire La Vcre Red field says the French divorcee ho befriended must have cased his bedroom for a Hi-million-dn]|ar b u r g l a r y , whilff she was hiding (here. Petite J e a n n e rTArr M i c h a u d . 3fi. freely has told the FBI and reporters she planned the bold February 29 burglary of Rcdfield's Reno home for revenge. She is on · trial in Federal Court on a charge of transporting 5147,634.50 of the loot across state lines. The 54-year-old m i l l i o n a i r e , i wearing his customary blue j e a n ? , and an open-collared cowboy shirt, testified yesterday. He had beer arrested in Northern California and put under 550,000 bond to; appear after the prosecution c h a r - j ged he tried to evade a subpoena. Redfield testified Mrs. Michaud not see me ajjain as I don't likr- snoops 1 . 11 That was the last he saw of her, he said, u n t i l he encountered her in downtown Reno just before t h e ' burglary. The government eon-| fends Mrs. Michaud signaled t h e . burglars into action a f t e r deter-' mining both Redfield and his w i f e * were away from home. Benlon County Youths To Attend 4-H Meet Bentonvillo-(Spectal)-Foiir 4-H youths will represent Benton County at the 4-H Club leadership course at Arkansas Polytechnic College in Busscllville June 30 to July 3. They are Kathryn Janes of Siloam Springs, Ruth Chap- Worker-Filled Truck In Texas Leaves Road DOROTHY DIX .-o.vriM'F.u rmM MAr.r FOIII the cffi t tl re In t h e r.-irn jrroup t h a t n f t r r t h a ! you'll he ularf to Hi up rs .1 l . m l v smsilil" corn- housekeeping together aRain. ". A v;ii'r. s e p a r a t i o n is ;i!Ii - - · · « r.nt. .,f yon v.-ntild enjoy; Art .,'.,. | n ih. TTMK.%--II Hrt DalI;is-(/T)-A . w i t h rottrm wni truck crammed reened n f f a r u r a l mart near D u l l , plowed rimTM the rlirl i n n foci, rollr-ri clmvn bankment nml ovr-rtn Ono rr.;m w;is k i l l e r l . snii; worn injurfri, I The drnd man wns Luis 48. Arlinfi.'on, Texns. Jar Castillo, 37. Iho driver, a sudden s h i f t in ihc . pnsscncrrs rausrd him In control on n h i l l . f S u l f n n r ,irid is tv.'lre as ho.ivy I ' as wain-. i STRAIGHT EVERYTHING IN ·lUMIIhG and SUPPLIES FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO GOVERNMENT AVI S T R A I G H T l O U R i O N W H I S K E Y TNI iMitic** iiMiumt o«r«HT, IIK. · nun, in. rd vigors. Mrs. Redfield was i n ; 0 1 " Dmy Bc "' Canada. Mrs. Michaud, who has Approximately 100 h o y s , a n d ; ambitions as a fiction and none · K ' r ' s wi " *e in allenrtancc from ! Arvel Sidney McClcland, Jr., hospitalman, second class. U. S. N a \ v , writer, had come to hir mansion to j a " cnuntics in Northwest District, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arvel S. McClcland, Sr., of Fa.vcttcvillc, has re- rrqucst a loan, thc millionaire told , a n d f n u r ''"imties in thc South- ceiven the I'urple Heart Medal from Lt. Col. John t. O'Neill, USMC, the jury. i west District. The. program in- j c o m i n a n d i n ? officer, Marine Battalion, Camp McGill, for wounds re- After the bedroom hideout. Red- '-''"dcs: group thinking demonstra- I c e i v e J in Korean combat. McClcland, who holds the Bron7c Star mcd- tion by D. S. Lantrip. stale 4-H :,-,], is being transferred to I h e U. S. N a v a l Hospital, O a k l a n d , C a l i f . He ; Club agent; "Looking at Our- | entered the naval service January 15, 1948. selve; field said, he accused Mrs. Michaud of snooping through his othe' 1 trousers--"My dress jeans, that is." "Then I told her. '"You'd belter hy the Rev. R. K. L. Bearden, pastor of Goddard Me: i morial Methodist Church, Fort CJhviM nJsllo * speaker Sunday at both thp Smith; inspirational t a l k by C. A J f" MlgUUIG morning and evening services at Vines, associate director of t h e ! Thirty-eight guests (fathered at r her :_, Stmt Cmlrdl °'. Extension Service: and a leader-, the home of Mr. and Mrs. B o b b v M ; u - ! ship discussion by Miss Mary ! Thompson of Springdale-SundayV,^'M" P ^ M ^ o ^ a v c ' b « n v' PEMEY'S A l W A Y S F I R S T Q U A L I T Y ! GET READY FOR THE 4th ation will be led by Graham P. Wright, extension community activities specialist. . v birthday. Guests were: Jan- , ) a v Ark.! 'where they w i l l , vjsi , M Lad( j, t ,, rf j . ice and B y Thompson, Mr. and , . v s Mrs. J. I.Thompson, Mr .and Mrs. ft , r ·*. Wolves, like doss, express pica-' Roho ^ Xnglin and daughter, Mr. » rntrl sure by waggim; their tails and put a n d M r s _ Gco Thompson a n d l h p O l ? d c t n p i r I n i i K hnJ\\'nnn i h o i r nwc . ., , __ . _ _ ^. . . I I U ^ " uc T a their legs their tails between when frightened. Keep up with tht times -- read the TIMES dally. r of E . lstcrn s t a r Monda ;. ' WHAT WILL HAPPEN DURING THE REIGN of the ANTI-CHRIST and "THE GREAT TRIBULATION"! Hear This Question Answered By Word of God TONIGHT Brush Arbor in Back of the Baptist Church LINCOLN, ARK. Jessie Colemon, Evangelist , ... ... , ,, ,,, , , '"· '·""'- 1 ui IT.IISIUIM i » i « r ivjonciav children, Mr. and Mrs. Charles! ni( , ht al lhc Masonic H a n A n in 'J Mcarrah and son. Mr. and Mrs. jitiation was held ' Ted Graham and son. Mr and Mrs · M , ? . .,. A . Bradlov. who m a k e s ! Clyde Anclm and son, Mr. a n d i h e r h o m c w i t h her son-in-law and IMrs. Carryl \ V r i p h t and children, j daughter. Mr. and Mrs. I,. A . ' l a l l of Snnncdale, Mr. and Mrs.. S m i t h of Sprinedale, has return- i K i i B t ic Snow and children of Fay- cd . f r n m I n c H a i l o l a i Miss whcr( , l e t l e v i l l c , and n. J. Turner of M c - . s h e visilcd M r a n d MrF . H n ; Crory. The evonins was spent white ' ' ! playinjr croquet. Refreshments; M r . ' a m j Mrs . w . T Pitts .Ir ' i W C , r , ° S u , n - j , ! and sons. Torry Gene and l . a r r v . Members of the S|,rm B dale,l.in-: h a v c rcturnoc , f r n m ,, v a M ( i n n ' lor Chamber of Commerce mct, l r i p . Thcy v i F i t c d ,,, Carlsbad N . I Monday night m thc lounw of t h c ; M Colorado, California and oth- First N a t i o n a l Bank. Don Peterson } cr p n j n t s was in c h a r c e o M h e mectins. Leo | Thc Apple Blossom Club m e t : , I W n m a c k , Bcneral chairman of lhc; f o r ,, roopOTalive ]unc heon Friday '.\ Rodeo Concession Committee, gave his report. The Rev. Father Thomas Kennedy, pastor of the St. Raphael's Catholic Church of Springdale, held the first mass at the Ccnaclc at the dining room of the First Christian Church. Hostesses were Mrs. Grace \Vaisath, Mrs. J. B. Smith, Mrs. Maude Barrows. Thc Cross Bearers Training Union C'ass of the First Bapti Sunday morning at B o'clock. The' C h u l . c h wi]1 ho|d jts m o n t h ] v ' pic . con K repalion had neon meeting i n , ni( . al L a k e A t a l a n t a T h u r p d a v ; the ch.ipel of Calhson-Sisco F u n - . n j l , h t - A H mcmbcr of t h c u n i o n eral Homc for thc past year. ; 3nd prn5pcc ts arc invited. Mr. and Mrs. James N. Perkins of Eureka Springs atlendrd the district meeting held at the Wcs- I ley Methodist Church Monday! j night, their d a u g h t e r , .Tamesilyn I Sue Perkins, was a guest of Kd- · die Hardister on Theodore Drive.! ,.,, , Church o \ TM mslcr .? f thc ! h n s t o f B o o n e v i l l e . w a s Vi GALLON Vanilla Ice Cream 63c Holland Bra. lacker Plant j Sugar is consumed In t h e , | United States at the rate of a h n u t j : 95 pounds per yoar for every j man, woman and child, | FLASH! SCOOP! JUST RECEIVED! MANUFACTURER'S CLOSEOUT! 50 ONLY SUMMER SUITS · REGULARS - SHORTS - LONGS! · LOTS OF COLORS! · LOTS OF WEAVES! · MOST ALL SIZES! · WRINKLE-PROOF FABRICS! FREE ALTERATIONS! 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