Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 18, 1952 · Page 6
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 18, 1952
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TeHs Of Killing ftl In New York Because Society Wouldn't Publish His Book On Eternal Life York-f/Pj-A fanatic who old blonde Ethnographer for the Ihe key to mankind's. American Physical Society b'e- greatest secret--eternal life--ap-| cause the scientific body had re- · There was a nice looking girl sit- pearsjn court today, accused o f | jectcd hls _ h( , ories on how , 0 , i v e , ting at the desk. i forever. He didn't even know her. i Bayard p. Peakes, 29. a pseudo- Hc lafi marked eight others for scientist, is to be arraigned i n ' de'fn. hut he saw her first. Felony Court, charged with kill- "I was going to shoot anybody," ins pretty Eileen Fahey--a slay-1 f M him. ·-- J "· · ' W h y ? police asked. "H was my book," Peakes v.-hin-- 1 .. ··Th»y wouldn't look at my look They wouldn't a even I to Live copies of it w i t h fl.OOO he saved. But no organization would publish it. C -- s ~n XfW York . . . , . J : HIT i I'iiiuv'i by the society, and made up his; G rcen--whose for New York from his Boston rooming house. iV'onday, ci'ht pistol shots rang out in quiet Columbia University, which houses offices of the society. an organization interested in physics and electronics re- rVW«y, Jiriy II, IMJ THB«r TAILS WITH A one of mankind's greatest GIVE ME TWO CENT IVE GOT A CAB ing he admitted. Me said he killed the IB-vear- OUR FRIEND TRACV WAS 14ADE IT ALL VEPV EASY POP VOU WES ON VACATION IN AND WffTCW WHERE HE FINODOf TRACY? Keep (eeih bright Chew Wrigley't Spearmint Cum. Chewing helps keep teeth bright Freshens lute, twceton breath. Pleasant aid lo popularity. CAREFREE/ AT PEACE WITH TRACVS WILL IT LAST? OUT OUR WAY WOULD ASTE TIMETELLIM ONLY SOT A PEW MINUTES TO DO ON IT AN' 1 LL HAVE TO PUT pfccoow ME. SAPGE t NEED SOMETHING I DIDW'T DO ANYTHING.' IOY, «M I IUSMD1 1MN -- i«J, VDU HAVI SM0 OUR /YOU VEAN C«W f'WMTW LOCUSTS. I ( \I 60m TO MIT tut MCK ·.WPERTW.I5MAN BEARING I* NAMES OF UWBlEfflHOWmEN WftS FED 1b RACE HORSES IN 1NPIA "V EA6L HAVES Dallas, Texas CHMRS OR PLATES. THE SUESTS EAT WITH THE RIGHT HAND FROM COMMON BOWLS OP RICE AND IAMB, AND WIPE CHINS WITH NAPKINS Of KM. \. ("OUeWWN M «· MMtPJiMO AUMffi 6T5 HIS MAN / "LSK 1 ?! ^ ra ? WITH CHALK M D GOES INTO A TRANCE *NO*NY 1TNEFIN THE SAPOBATRIBE IS irrWEDIATELY JCTfO «WW » H fmTqjtie gf^y, of CHOKING/ C*NGED IP T KNttV.TH' PALACE, IT) SA.V, \i MU5T BE SOMEWHERE UP THIS W/W.' THBW \ I T F I T B M E MOW ARE March and papin. Mies Fahey lay dead, killed at her desk as she sat reading- letters from rier boy friend in Korea. Tells Hit Story Peaks was arrested In Boston early yesterday and, grinning j struction Finanre Corporation said happily, told a long story ti of- | today it reduced its holding of Bank securities by $22,239,043 during the first half of 1952. That. RK MNCvS HoillRfS Of Rink Securities Washington -Of)' The Recon- ficers which included the follov,-- j ing: "I walked to the American \ dropped RFC ownership of pre- Physical Society and walked in.! fcrrcd stock and other securities of active banks to $57,021,643. It also lowered the number of . , .. , . . ,. ,,, s in which RFC owned se- droppett the electronic theory?'| curi(ies , rom , BI to , 05 A , th( . asked her 'Have they; b a n k s in which RFC owned She said she didn't know ·"y- peak of RFC aid to banks in the depressed 1930's, $1,171,411,111 .can thin? about it. ..-.' . , . , . . . . u v , J . l . J J t u l u u u J, P 1 , 1 1 , t i l , Before she said anything e l s e , w a 5 ,,,,.,,, t h e g overnment _, I fired at her. agenc _. b sm b k Peakes said, '.'She just lay there. .. for five minutes before she died, i "Their 'in hand, he l e f t , h e ! DOROTHY DIX office and u n k n o w i n g l y came | -ONTINUID moM PARC row 11,np tiln n rtnn A I ····"*"*·!' r n\jn r-m-K ruuv was his 13,000-word i face Io (ace w i l h one 0[ , ne eight! Navy mothers who meet for mu- Forever." j p ersons n e had. marked for death. j tual encouragement and to do "'"" "' " "I just killed a girl," Peakes I what they can for their own sail- said. "Call the police." Then he fled. ors. as well as ,any others who could use a little help. Contact I The man he left astonished in j your local Red Cross Chapter (in its rejection, tnl . rnr ridor was Prof. Thomas n a m e h e h a d clipped from a Columbia- cata- put you in touch with such your telephone book under American Red Cross), and ask them to logue alonir with those of seven other professors. "I didn't run into any of the professors, so I shot the girl," Peakes was quoted later. Planned To Set Bomb Actually, police said, he had planned to blow uo the university with an electronic bomb but ''time ran out" before he could build such an explosive. Asst. Dist. Atty. Carl Grebow group. Have no hesitancy in join- ng them. You'll find that other sailors' mothers, like yourself, want contpany and will welcome you as one of them. Your 11-year-old also presents an opportunity for you to meet mothers of children his age. The school he attends undoubtedly has a Parent-Teacher Association, which always welcomes new members. Participation in your I said Peakes also planned .to at-! son's schoolwork will soon banish ' t r a c t attention to his theory by j a i l remaining loneliness. Remem- killing a newspaper editor and' her, when meeting new people, to concentrate your interest on them. "some newspaper officials." Peakes became a suspect and Forget yourself, your shyness, was traced through his angry cor- | your loneliness. You are with respondence with the society. Po- | them to do a community job--not lice trailed him to Boston and, to worry about your own short- also learned he had been dis-j comings. Don't apologize for your charged from the Air Force a? a i self-consciousness and t h e y ' l l mental case suffering from dementia praccox. Meanwhile, Miss Fahey's boy friend, Ronald Leo, 20, a Marine private first class -- was flying never know it exists. Ask for work, and in mutual accomplishment you'll find friends. These activities cost very little money, too, and whatever expenditure home for her funeral. The service I you must make is so worthwhile has been set for tomorrow, but it j that a little more skimping won't appeared Leo could here until Sunday. not Revival At Elkins Church To Be Held An old-fashioned brush arbor revival will be held at the Elkins Community Church Sunday evening starting at 8 o'clock. Singing and other musical numbers be begrudged. Since your city is the center of considerable naval activity, why not act as hostess to a lonely sailor now and then? Have one or two home for dinner some Sunday, to your mutual benefit. Here again, the Red Cross will help you by telling you where to send your invitation. So much work is needed in the | world today, so much kindness, ! so much charity, t h a t it's actually Leake announced. be a special feature at all sernces. ,,, sin ,,, , et wim manpo «, er _/ 0 Evangelist A. L Leake of Fayette- ,,, was ,_, G _, ,, on somcthilB ville will preach. ,,, nel someonc else , an[J vou win Residents of adjacent comrnu- have had your last lonely moment, mties are especially welcome, Mr. . . Death Toll Mount* Manila - I/F - The number of persons killed this year in , lashes between Huks and civilians or troops rose to 755 today with eight new deaths. On Ik Radio New York-(/P)-Frid«y: NBC--7:30, Bob and R a y ; Not white, not wheat, not ryt, Mario Lanza Song; 8:30, Music by out a flavor blend of all three- 9:15, David Ross | juiife'l Roman Mtal Hreao. 11-1S-M Keep u» wit* the limes--read la* TIMES *allj. M a n t o v a n i ; Poetry. CBS--7. Musicland USA; 8. Big! Time Variety; 8:30, Steve Allen I Show: 9:30, Dance Music. ABC--7. Top Guy Drama; 7:30, This is FBI; 8, Newsstand Theater; 8:30. Summer Cruise. MBS--7, C o n c e r t o Festival; 7:30. Gracie Fields Variety; 8:05, Magazine Theater; 8:30, Armed Forces Review. in UK Times-- n Wonderful For Half Sizes .. « '"*««.... «w ,« ra mr.TM By Sue Burnett A neat all occasion dress designed expressly in half sizes to have alteration time for the shorter figure. The flattering yoke and collar are in crisp contrast ing fabric. Pattern No. BUI I is a sew-rit- Perforated pattern In sizes 14 1-2. Ifi 1-2, IS 1-J, 20 1-2, 22 1-2 24 1-2. 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