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MOOTMWBT ARKANSAS TIMtS, Reds Dared To Concern for Oatis Attack Allies Seoul, KnrcH-U'-Th(. 1'iiiierl Nations' top military ronvminMeis todiy in effect dared the Communists' to launch anolher all-out KoreÂ»n offm?ive jn the unite of smashing air at'nrk? atMiM.'t hydro-electric plan'?, scr. ins Hcd war industries. "We hope he Mhe Red?) comes." Kid Gen. J.tmc.'. A, Van Fieri, U. S. Eighth Army eninmandc-r. "We would pile him up on the barbed wire and maybe end the WKolesole Food Prices Reported Down In Week 'NÂ»V York-i/TV Wholesale (oral. prlcej. a.- m'isured hy ihe Dun and Brarirtrcet fond index, declined this week and were al the j lowe.lt average level in six v,-neks. ; At J^.39 the index compared w i t h ; Sfl.41' last week and wan down ! nine. per rent from the year-agn week's $7.n2. Anti-Acheson Slogans Pasted Up In Oxford Oxford. Englapd-Wi-BI* ./bite llKns reading "Acheson Go Home" ihd7'Yank Go Home" were found i plastered on Ftreels and biilldinÂ«F ft this university town today, hut i the U.S. secretary of mate appar- i Â·fitly didn't see them. Cleaners v 're called out early to rtmove the whitewash-painted sijnr, aÂ« quickly IK they we dls- Â«ovÂ«ted. General Shot To Death A! The Pentagon Apparently Su'cide, Officials Declare' In Washington Washington - f/l'l - Brig. f;rn. ILLIS O. IRIOOS, U. R. to C/.echoslovBhiÂ», tells reporters at the White HounÂ« tlmt President Tnnnnn ftxpremicd "hlÂ» conrcrn o\Vr lhÂ« Imprlftonment of American reporter William Oatln." He itaifl the Prpiitlfnt flalfl "relations with CeechoslovnkiB cannot br im- provrtJ UK lonf AA ONtli Â·In prlipn." (International) Kr.'jlicis fl. Brink, Amrrir.Vf: t milifarv fip.un 1 ,Tsif;ncd to u-n wracked InilochitKi. wr.s fnu f a t a l l v shot in a PcnKicnn off IP. ycslrrrliiy. A t i f h o r i l i e r fi nuefl thcjr invrsliU'li'in Inil; It . c aid it apparently v.-fis suifido Ihnuqh there were three hullet ninifl-i in the general's chest. A rdnl lay beside him. Brink, 5R, who arrived from the Kar F.:i--1 for conferences about two u-ecks aiio, was found in a third-floor office not far from the office of fleii. .(. Lawlnn Collins, Army chief of s l a f f . He died while lining laki'ti to Walter Heed Hos- pitii. The gun found befine him was reported lo be a small automalic and authorities syjd It was pnssi- , ble for H man lo shool himself '- Ihrce times with such a wpapnu i befote losing consciouÂ«nc.Â«. j DiMrir't Ctirotier A. Mngruder Mat Hnnald said Ihe xrcneial aj- Â· painrUly flint hulriclf. li'll hi' v:ould no; jysiin an official vi-idn t until his invcMigalion js com- Jilnlnd. Brink, a veteran of World Wais I and II. was chief nf lhÂ« American military mission in Indochina, where French and native forces bavc waged a long, hitter rlrucgle. against the Communists. He came here for slaff conferences on the military rituation in the Orient. Badl.v Depressed Friends said Brink had been badly depressed, hut that Hit- Indochina situation had nolhing In do with il. Sen-ciary ,,f Rlalr- Acheson said last week Ihe Beds hMd been chcckrd in Ind(inr-si,i and the U.S. would soon increase aid to that country. Collins issued a statement expressing regret at Brink's dc-aUi. "General Brink took his dries very seriously and worked long hours dally without rcc.ml to his health." Collins said, "He was de- voted lo duty and Eervtd his coun-| horn* lrÂ«zÂ«r ,nd Â· rrfrkeralor try with distinction." lw ,]l bÂ« Â»!vÂ«n ivray it 8 p. m., to- Brink was appointed to the.'rnorrow. Indochina post in 1050. He was in i * ; Singapore al the outbreak of World War II and served in top ! staff jobs in the Far Kast most of the time since Ihcn. 1 A native of Marathon, .N. Y., ho : was graduated from Cornell University in HUB. During the 1930s he laught military sciencn and was a boxing coach at Louisiana State Universily. ' The general IB survived by his witlow Florence, who is in Indochina, and a daughter. Mrs. W W Wells of Falls Church, Va. Free Swimming Classes To Open First Of July Registration vill be held at the City Park swimming poo! at 9 a.m.. June 30, for free swimming lessons for Fayettevilln and Springdale children. Classes will begin 10 a.m.. July I--six dayy n week. There is no charge for the j Red Cross instruction, but the pool charge of lf)c per person will be oalrl by those registered for the : classes. The NiiArk Furniture Center on TMe classes, under general rli- ... . i rection of Herman A. Tuck, .tr,; Hinhw-_.- 71, s ,,,itn of Snringdale chairmsn. Red Cross Water Safety Â· ils formal ope.r.ing to- Â· Service for Washington County ' chapter, will cover clusses in , swimming for beginners, intermediates and swimmers. j Miss Alice Aumick, vice chair-; Furniture Center Near Springdaie To Open il! hojtl i morrow. A new fit) by 100 cement i block building houses the ne-v ' business, which is operated hv ' ' in swim instruction ami life saving ' hy the Red Cross Water Safety I Service. | Cc-rtificales will bp issued to those completing the course. A class in Life Saving is now in , i progress, conducted by Jo-l Whi'.c-' i lev. Certificates will he issued to j t h n s p oldor students who prove ; their competence ill bnth the uinior . and senior life-saving divisions. j When ice floats in water. HICJ .portion of the ice helnw watpr ^ : level is the same vni'ime thai Â· would he nccupied hy the water resulting from the melting of all the ice. AMHICAt HOLTN AN( FKHDOM II AT fTAKI Atnf-rira mint awaken! She must bÂ« awakened by one meani or tn- nlhrr nr disaster will overtaki? her Thf ROS1CRKCIAN FRATERNITY is le.irtinjr the WÂ«y hack to th* old irnriilinnal American Way of tj(^ Mnnv nf hÂ«r forefather! were mem- hprE of Ihp ROSICRUCIAN ORDER NII-A- H I? pmjlble for you In kno-* "he ancient old HOSICHL'CIA.N PHYLOSOPHY. CLVBI L. (AH* rhwit I1I2-L-2 FiytHevllle, Ark, , , . Â·Jnplm, Mo. , nnti wi] , bp nss | s t ert bv Wa ;|, r ; ; Door pri7.es will be prescnled to ; Safety Instructors Joel Whiteley! those atlonilinB, and a TV set, a and Douglas Scougale, all certified i BELTONE QUALITY HEARING AIDS Individually Fitted -- Personally Serviced FREE DEMONSTRATION THURS., JUNE 26 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. MOUNTAIN INN HOTEL Fayettcville, Ark. LOWELL G. BENNETT, AUTHORIZED CONSULTANT Fire: DMtrari A 'cne-car garage, at the. home 'Â· of fred Blackwel] at 307 South Loruft. Street was destroyed by fire .shortly after noon today. ; Firemen Â«ald the bullrilnR which ! was empty had already !ur:ier1 before thÂ«y arrived. They cnve "burning trash in an impropr- Incinerator* was the cause of the fire. How ThÂ«y Stand Pet. .tifil ..vis .522 .41.1 ,2SS (By The Auneliiteil Presi) HATIONAL LEAGUE W 1, Brooklyn 43 in New York 3d jn Chicago . ._ 34 JB St Louis as K Cincinnati . . 2H .14 Philadelphia 27 34 Boston .. 21! ;i7 Pittsburgh ... IB 10 Tnwdiv'j KetulU Brooklyn fl-4, St. Ixmis d-7. NÂ«w York 3-7, Cincinnati 1-4 Philadelphia (1-2. Chicago 0-1 Boston 4, Pittsburgh .1.- AMERICAN LEAGUE W I, Pet. New York . . 3fl 23 .din Cle.vflund . 30 29 .51(4 Boston ... ... 35 3D .,147 Chicago ....... .is Washington _. 31 St Louis 29 Philadelphia .._ ... 2ft Detroit .. ._ 20 Tunday'i Renults New York R. St. Louis 3 Cleevlnnd 2. Philadelphia 3 Detroit 7. Boston 1 Washington fi, Chicago L'. iOUTHEHN ASSOCIATION 30 Â·fa . Â· MB .4B.1 .441 ! .S2.1 . New Orleans . Mohile . - . - . ChattanooRa ... Nashville ... Atlanta . Mttle Roek . Birmingham _... Memphis ._ TueÂ»day'Â« RnnlU Ctiattsnooga 6, New Orleans B, 12 Innings. Mobile 1.1, Nashville 7. Ajfrmphia 7. Rinnini;lÂ»ni 5. W . . 4,1 ... 44 ... 40 3fi 35 . 31 . ._ 32 ..30 L Pet. .57.'! . 5 7 ] . 5 4 1 ..1(10 ,45r, .444 . 4 1 1 Sewing Contest In Britain Won By Man Iflnd'on-MVThc National Needle Arts Bureau announced .vilh surprise today that a man won its annual national s Harry l.'ennRi'd, 4f), a health in- speclor, copped Ihc $M() first prl?.p bv snwinc himself A blue suit In 33fl hours of his spare lime. REGION GOES -- j CONTIN'UF.D FROM PAr.r ONK I run nn ratlin was a little lishfrr ! Minn u.Mial lit Ilir Washington i Cnnnt.v Snln hum fialurday as Â·'many fnrmrrs WPIT holding nn In Ihfir rnltlr In the hopr nf rain , rathrr Ihnn tn soil thorn on the |dro)ipinj; nifrkot. Humphrey s n i \ 'pHfW nn nil crarics nf ratlin hnv r hrnknn shflrply sinrr thp drought Kttimtlon bccnmo acitlo. Dr. Warren C.iffnifl, hi-;irl nf the Univnrnit.v imlmnl Indnslry d-c- pnrtmrnt. .^nid h(? Hncpn't knnw if any nltompt had linen iniulo tn ship cattle nut of the HIT.T tn other pastures. "This IhitiR is sn yoiiprnl I don't, known whcrr you \vould takp them," ho j;nld. RnitHffll Tn Sprak Wiishinptnn-f^Pj-Srnator liirli- Bi'd B. nusscll, cjinrlidRtr fnr Ihp Democrat if prosidonMal nomina- f3oti. .will makf* a natimividr radio talk nvrt NBC frnm nrnvrr nn Friday nisht, B:30 to p p. m. (CST). To Aurtfon Morciin Estate j Olrn Covr. N. Y.-f/lVThr fur| itipr rnansinp mid nstaln nf l!ip ' Iat(? finnncier .1. Picrpnut M , will he nuHinnod off .July 12 tn ! satisfy no.onn in hark tnv thp | Glen Cove City Cinincil tlrriripd l;tst nit;hf. O'Kflly Inaurtiratrd Dublin. Irplnnri-f/Vl-Spfln T. O'Kc'My WHS inaugurnfnd today for his second seven year Irrm t pn-sidrnt of the Irish Rppublir. 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