Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 2, 1952 · Page 5
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Wednesday, July 2, 1952
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NOtTHWBT AMUNSM TIMR, · ··*·»!··. Russians Declared Guilty Of Katyn Massacre been released to army then being the Germans. O'Konski said the Poliih ·gainst report de- join raised House Group Finds Reds Killed m Fearful Of Similar Fate Of Americans Captured In Korea Wsshington-m-A congressionalj staVes' recently"'s'ooo" Americans report today officially charges i m j g h t have been atrocity victims Busiia with killing 15,000 Polish ! anci more t h a n 60 ,000 South Ko- officerj 12 yenrs ago on a pattern : rcan soldiers are still missing. fixed the time of the Katyn mas- 1 jj 7 sacre as (he spring of 1940. fat\DtfCfS'HT months after that, however, Mos- 1 cow officials were telling Poliih A , tolm , utjon wagoni missing authorities the prisoners jll hid f rolr Fjyettevllle since the middle ,.-_ ------- ., .. ,.,- _ ,,.,=_.. Clares this evasiveness is being practiced at Panmunjom, perhaps for the same reason, whenever West fork Mr. and Mrs. DP.III Parker hrwp hns as guests for the past two _ _, . weeks. Mrs. Parker's parents. Mr. Friday by FayettevHle police after j and Mrs. Herbert Diller and sister, Miss Daphne Drake noticed the j Pauline, of Van Nuys, Calif. This machine-abandoned near the home : was-Ihe first time th» Dillors hat! of W. D. Drake. It was owned by [ seen their grandson, Danny. Mr. and Mrs. Eci Garnelt had as recovered Jack White. Mr. and Mrs. . Leonard Ynungi a weekend guest their Al ledneeoiattB-rat moi t. o- and children 0( Harris v!frf Smi-' Jeanne, and Mis, P. J. Wyait, of I *"'1 "^I'^i'TJL' 0 ; lay «"«'· 0' Mr. and Mrs. Jack I Wichita. Kan. Their grandsons, who have tTn visiting (or the past week, re turned home with their parents DOROTHY DIX -- CONTINUED FROM f AOR FOU* cent flirls--as well as m n n y older women who shmilri bo wiser-spent fruitless, hnprlof,;; years waiting for sui-h promises in he kept. When they f i n a l l y rc-ali/c Laborer Tells Story Of Forced Work In Mine; Texas Turns Case Over To FBI cate tens of thousands of missing Allied prisoners. The report, he said, mentions that Gen. Matthew B. Ridgway reported to the United duplicatHl by the Beds in Korea. This, said R e p r e s e n t a t i v e O'Konski (R-Wis) was the unanimous verdict of a special House committee which heard 150 witnesses in this country and Europe while probing the 1940 Polish massacre in Katyn Forest, near Smolensk, Russia. The 'report -was O'Konski said the committee's Couch. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jnvce Mr. and Mrs. Joe Frit7, accom-' Greenwood spont panied by Mr. and J\Irs. Pete Wood i with Mr. ami Mr of Fnyetteville, spent the wrckcnd at Pyeatt, Okla. thp wpokrnrl Allan Keith. The Keiths and Joyces went to Tulsn Sunday to attend n Winn Mr. and Mrs. Chester House o f ' family reunion. The Keiths also Harrison, who are moving to Fay-1 visited with thoir daughter, who ctteville, spent the weekimd with' 1 '' a "ui-fc at Hillcrost Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Baggctt. evidence shows the Katyn inci-j Weekend guests of Mr. and Mr: dent was part of a definite program of genocide--mass extermination of races. The committee concludes that Katyn's crude graves contained only part of the slaughtered Poles, O'Konski said. Another presentation to the House today or tomorrow. It may include specific recommendations considered by the committee for "appropriate action" against the Russians by th« United Nationy Assembly and the World Court anor for international investigation of any other Soviet atrocities. O'Konski, a eommittee member, declared the report iays that, in »t least two respects, Communist prepared for| 5 0 oo or 6,000 are buried near Charkov. Russia, and the remain- tne home ' ot Mr ' and Mrs ; der of the bodies are in the White -· ·· Sea, he.added. Parker Rushing were Mrs. Robert Worthington, Mrs. S. Applegate. in Tulsa. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. fifirnett had ;IE their suost last weekend their ! ron-in-law and daughter, Mr. and and Miss Donna Worlhinglon, all I J of Pasadena, Texas Miss Jean ualdwell of Kansas City. Mo., visited Mr. and Mrs. I Jack Hughes Sunday. Mid-week prayer services will be held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Mrs. Clyde Lassman of Augusta, Kan., and ihcir daughter, Miss Betty Garnctt of Wichita, Kan. lion, Ihcy are embittered, d i s i l l u - sioned women whn have nntbitiK left in their hearts but the dead ashes of i sordid romance. Don't let it happen tn ynil, Mop If you' need f u r t h e r help, net it from your mother, a trusted teacher, .vmir minister--anynnc who w i l l show you what lies ahead if you rnntinm tn love this despicable apology for a man who has ho aim in l i f e but t h e gratification of his own v a n i t y . Kl PUSH, Texas-i/l'i-Serrery « imh'd a search today f i i : sU'i Sous rnvo whon ft l.ihi d he was forced tn v.-nrk ,. ' h(s loiidinii Inirlt.s rl with machine f;uns. The rasi: ·! lurnrd over In ihe K i l l . A chci'lc by Hie Kl Paso Times indicated t h e cave may he hu-aU'rt' cylinders .ihapcd like m i l k bnt- w i l r l }l\z Rend border arcn Vihnirua. Texas T c t i i n c u a lies soufh of Alpine. Texas. center nf a quicksilver area, a r i t n fere*, 40. In] held ff.r 1.1 nisi Me paid he handled heavy tlrs Quicksil'-cr. v.hich il us* in makini; explniive*. is packed i '·-JT-J- m--ta! fla.tks of this dtscrip . (Irm. ! S:jer!i!at:"n M S J t h a t Mexican ' m u h t i,e moving quickltlvt arrnj.; the Rin Grande to mak e.\nici.-ivcs f n r n possible iruur reclinn. Klertirm day for a Mfxi can president Is Sunday. The skins ,' mrut fish tevrtle ; h i c h J"««-'« 'h« body. II is nelirvert thst v i l i f i e d .m-.-iles. methods in Korea are an exact j permanent installation of the duplicate of practices uncovered meters yesterday, 507 to 379. in the Katyn massacre. He said one was the method of killing the victims. The second, he said, was the "run-around" at the Pan- munjom truce negotiations over Morrilton Votes For Parking Meters Morrilton, Ark. - W") - Parking meters--installed here six months ,,,,,,,, ,,, ,,,, allu ,,,,, ,,,,, ago on a trial basis--will remain I Tuck¥unday we're Freddy'J^rnmy] in Morrilton. Voters approved ; a n d Russell Weston of Gosheh Heath. The Rev. E. J. Counts spent the weekend with the Rev. and Mrs. Theodore Aguilar of Jcnks. Okla. Miss Crystal Boys and Mrs. Doris Ann Keller were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester McChristian at a picnic luncheon Sunday at Dutch Mills. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Window The Lions Club will sponsor the Graves Discovered of town. Events will include ! square dancing, old time fiddling The Polish officers disappeared j contests, and games. A baseball in 1940 from Russian prison game is scheduled for afternoon, camps. Three years later German authorities graves at discovered c r u d e Katyn Forest from and 3 fireworks display will be held at night. Various organiza tions sponsor which 4,258 bodies were exhumed, stands. The Nazis immediately claimed j Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Page are their daughter, Mrs. the Russians were responsible. Moscow replied that the Germans had killed the Poles after capturing the Smolensk area. O'Konski said all the commit- tet's evidence confirmed Russian guilt. Witnesses included a former Polish soldier who appeared in a mask, to hide his identity. James Miller of Levelland, Texas, and Mrs. Page's sister, Mrs. Harry Blockcr of Dallas, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Davis and son, Jack Allen, of Kansas City, Mo., are visiting their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jim-1 mv Center. and Miss Sue Groharing. Mr. and Mrs. Wardie Hungate and children of Siloam Springs were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Fritz. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Paris were , guests of Mr. and Mrs. Troy Glenn at Lake Wedington Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hicks and son, David, of Baldwin were guests of Mrs. Betty Counts Sun- dav. The Rev. and Mrs. Jake Drake. Mrs. Amanda Drake and Olen ' Hall attended Fifth Sunday services Sunday at the Baptist Church ' refreshment of Chicken Bristle community. Mrs. Gladys Johnson accom- | panied Mr. and Mrs. John Benson ' to Fort Smith Monday. Mrs. Ben-'. son will receive medical t r e a t m e n t ' Keep «» with the U«ie» read' the TIMES »ll». ' Designed to fill every grdecorating need! PITTSBURGH WALLHIDE FLAT · SEMI-GLOSS · GLOSS VITOLIZED OIL WALL PAINT A real oil-hae wall ptiat covers most surface! with one coat. There is a finish for ever)' room. 34 colors to choo« from. Free "Paint Right' with Color Dynamics" booklet. Jy| 42 n»T-«»ugn We Give SH Green Stamps Johnson's 25 N. BLOCK PHONE 804 YOU CANT FOOL A PICNIC SANDWICH! SANDWICH HAS THl JHOHT TO MEADOIAKE FLAVOR MAKfS IT AND DEUVfftS and who testified he saw some o f j John I,. Innis is the new presf-; the sh#otings. I dent of the Linns Club. Other offi- j The Polish officers had their; cers arc Harry Heckert, first vice' hands tied in a distinctive manner president; Paul Page, second vice' behind their backs and most o f ' president; M. L. Hunt, third vire them were shot in the head, j president; B. F. David,'secretary; O'Konski said this technique has S. H. Duncan, tail twister; and C. j bften used against Americans in|F. Chapman, lion tamer. Directors I Kore*. j a r e E. A. Bellis, Jr., Wilkersnn I Fear F*r Amerfraiu ! Fritch, K. A. Hobbs, and Thomas I O'Konski said the eommittee .Tarocks. I You can't lnv*sf in anything finer f F O O D F R E E Z E R SIZES FOR ALL HOMISI Hotpnim Food Frnzcn are alto iviilihle in 8 , 1 5 «nd 23 cu. ft. jizei. Sforw vp to 389 Ibt. of food/ Rapidly fr**x*s foocb fo ztraf · TM«l«r t » capacity Holpoint "1 1" hit room for hmhtti of frozen foods y« ttkw no more floor space than ordirnrj ··ft. mikn. Yon |« re«l economy Irom in lirtight, pre»- Mrc-tntrd neel cabinet, with currcnt-Mving Fiherglai . innilaiion, tpttdr -side refrigeration. 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