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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 16

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I j NOMIrWBT AUKAHtAt TWOtS. T»M,fU.y, AU.U,, 7, WJ KMs Girl, Wounds Companion, Takes Own Life man at a young couple lislrnmn tn His bullfti killed the girl fires or the Standard Oil pany. The dead g u n m a n had a hoi receipt in his pocitet wh; Jpround, and shot himself to death. The action took place in the Hotel, in Detroit. However, polive *aid FBI f i n - ccrprlnlh showed the killer was Bernard Richardson, who had a M Sentenced To Whipping Mn. James i, LimHed Middle East Defense Group Considered Se Director Of Writers Session Frederick, Md. - i/l'i - Marbh;ill M - Klana ''y, 43, rarpcmcr. win, report did not snow his ace or u nmuai: nuuii.i..i. j address. The law, which has hr-cn nn the ! H o f f m a n lr)ld police he did n o t ; *latulc books for years, permit:, 1 know IJie assailant and Relieved ""poMtion of n m a x i m u m of 411 i Miss K a h l c r had never seen him '" sh!s a n d * - vpai ' " lhe House o f ; EVERYTHING M PIUMNNO ·*·· summ FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO AVI. fake Up To More Comfort y WJth*ut N.«in f Bickach* '"" «J"«l*«k«W,kMofpep«rtd«nrr,TT, »K« tM dUsinnf »,., b* du. to »IM- ·f_kH»«, function. IJorUiri My E0 orf very Important to rood ) c ( l e r und in under terms of an old Maryland law, invoked here for the im-.t time in 25 years, according in courthouse source. 1 ;. -- t- i aacircss ^ nc ^ a w - which has hecn nn t h e ! ( The victims were Patricia Kali- ' ' ·. J7. killed by iwo hullet.s fired lo her head, and Herbert A . : .* = ffm»n, 17, wounded critically in j n'nhce said before. , the killer's pocket. Apparently I six m n l w r i t t e n by him, said in part: | rection, "I have loved you completely! .Magistrate Wilbcr F. Sheffield, a.'.d riccpl b u l you do not lov me. . . Oh, to make « choice be tween Bonny and Carol Hoffman would be d i f f i c u l t . Behold my love for you . . . both strong as death for death will not separate or keep us apart." The letter was unsigned. . l lmoort.nl . '" 1 ·'""»"·. "I"'" U.I- Institute Issues Green-Wrap Reports The Kedcral-Slalc Market New« Service of the University Institute ._,,. of Science and Technology is issu- ;*"."'- Ing a daily report on the pricea of g^ss l^* 1 "* "* ····«. M Do.. COMING SOON MIGHTIEST Of MOTION PICTURES! Cecil RDeMillek §8* nm HUTTON COM* WILDE CH-IITOH HESTON "OdOTMt ! LAMOUR { OUM* ; GRAHAME Kreen-wrap tomatoes in the Northwest Arkansas »rea, W. W. Gritoricff, director of the initl- tutc, announced today. The report, in addition to prices paid to growers, contains information on the quality ai:d condition of tomatoes marketed In Springdale and Lincoln. It also contains Information on U. S. shipments, carlo! arrivals and track holdings, f.o.b. information from other producing areas, nnd reports trom the principal terminal markets. The report may be obtained by contacting the University of Arkansas Institute o f . Science Technology at Faycttcvlllc. Correction (or wife heating. Finn ary wan sentenced also tn serve .six months in the House of Correct! M who imposed the sentence Flanary, called the case "one of the most deplorable river heard." ,' -\\ KUnary's wife. Jva. testified | N\ that she and two of their children.} \\ 1,3 and I I , had been beaten on a number of occasions. The youngsters teslificd t h a t their father i *·-· rhoked their r^othcr nnd kicked j West Fork will be director of the ,,,·,,,.,,.. Da iancc 01 power a b* her in the stomach. ! Allison's Wells writers conference I tween Arabs and Jews would be Jn November of 19,0, Flanary to be held September 6-12 at Way I maintained, as sentencpri tn urn VP.-HX for :i:- ««°J, . June Martin Jansen of near Washington - (f - The Weilern , Waal M»|BM Menben powers and Turkey »re consider- 1 ing shelving their lonf-iUlled proposal for a Middle East command in favor of a Middle East | defense organization. This would ] have the more limited task of . lanning the defense of that area I against possible Russian moves. Political developments in Egypt are regarded here as holding the key lo what is done. Many American officials hope the new Egyp. tian government, with an eye to modernizing the country's armed forces, may reverse previous opposition to joining forces with the West and at least participate in a planning group.' The establishment of a Middle East defense organization 'would provide a political basis for military assistance by the United States and possibly other Western powers to cooperating countries. Aid Ta Imel It is understood that, because of antagonisms between Israel and | the Arab nations, the Jewish state ' would not become i member but would receive military assistance The United States government on the other hand asserted the view yesterd*y that any organization set-up should have maximum membership in the Middle East if it is lo be useful. The proposal for » Middle East command was put forth by the United States, Britain, France and Turkey in November, 1951. The project bogged down because of tensions created by Egypt's dis-, pute with Britain over control of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan. j It did win prompt acceptance j from interested governments out-1 side the area whose eommunica-i lions depend on transport through I the Middle East -- Australia, New] Zealand and South Africa. Review Situation Recently the sponsoring governments and those three com- monwealth countries have been reviewing the situation to ice held ii that the jjlinninj orjmi/.,.. tion would be simpler to let up than a formal command atruc'ure and would be adequate for ctoal- inc with the initial-.problems involved in strenjlhenlnf defense of I the area. If it proved successful it . . . . . . . ,. , i "e area. I I it proved succ whether they could get the project I could ,, iofne j lter , t , ft moving again. I into the command «taff. The tentative conclusion grow-! · ing out of the consultations sa far' Afftattte I» tbt TIMH--It Vote for John Kirsch For WisMnglM County Treasurer Subject to Democratic Primary August 12 Political ad paid for by John Kirsch, fayettevill* from the United Stiles so that was sentenced- to two years for sault on his wife, hut that sentence was suspended. The la\ Miss. Professional writers will wo There are some differences be (rk [ tween Washington and London lence was suspended. J nc jaw i * «**···»;»» wi mi wi nui v. m worn i c,---- -.-*. ^^..^/n specific* that the sheriff must r l o | w i t h students during the confer-i ° Ver w h e " a n d wlth w hom the "·- .«hi--in. hi- ,,,,, --,;,,,, TM"" ould *" or «« nll * d - The the whipping w i t h i n the confines of the county jail. ei:cc. Staff members include En- ncn Hooves Hall. Alma Dobison HiKbce, Leonard Snydcr, and Mrs. Jansen. Mrs. Janscn, who writes technical articles on edible and medicinal wild vegetation under the b.vline. E. Jane Jansen, is a u t h o r ; It ij dangerous for cattle to eat of a book, "Mushrooms of the Johnson and Sudan grass at the O?.ark. 1 :," which is due for late rescnl time, a local veterinarian winter publication. Her articles advised today. He reported t h a t he j have appeared in regional maga- las been receiving a number of j zincs, and she has done research Johnson, Sudan Grass Said Making Cattle Sick alls to farms in the ;uea recently , lower Canada to the Gulf of after cattle have eaten cither of j Mexico in her technical iield. he grasses, and said some cattle ! ~* -- ~ -- *~ lave died as a result of eating I F r a n k Gifford, MPW baekfield grasses. i man for t h e New York football | Colonel Stilwell Named Regiment Commander Seoul, Korea-MVCol. Joseph W. Stilwell, Jr.. 40, .ion of the late Gen. "Vinegar" Joe Stilwell of World War II fame iu the China- Durma-India theater, today was appointed commander of the 23rd Regiment of the U. S. Second Division. The Columbus, Ga., and F a I I I Church, Va., soldier has been in the Army 23 years. He is i West Point graduate. Laboratory Opening To Feature Displays Rogers -(Special)- five firms, which had dlaplayi at th» International Baby Chick Association convention in San Franclien will have the displays at the formal opening Saturday In Rogers of the C. Jlmmle Carter Laboratory, near the Frisco railroad station. Carter Is establishing « display and warehouse here. Dr. A. E. Thompson, poultry pathologist of Kansas City, and. others from out of. town will speak Hi the forma! opening. Water Wheel Used To Batter Stalin Photo W i t h U. S. Seventh Infantry Division, Korta-WI-'lwo South Korean soldiers wllh an undying hatred of Communism and a sense of humor have devised a gadget which raps the Reds and at the I same time gives everyone a good I laugh. I They harnessed a water wheel to a trip hammer which bops a pictore of Joe Stalin on the head each time the wheel turns. ·* o -·"·-*·· j M i n n nil ult' J \ C W 1 O I K l O O l O a l l ..-, Apparently a second srowlh has j Giant.';, played 60 m i n u t e s in both and t ' om * 'long, most Kcntrally along i the Shrine iind Senior Bowl fence rows, he said, and this con- j L'ames. tiins prussic ac irf which makes j - · the animals sick-sometimes f a - . Charley Saad, assistant trainer I la 'J; y ' i o f West Virginia University a t h - I He said symptoms arc bloat, j ] c u c t ca ir.s, rpr-.-ps as t r a i n e r for j weak · ' , c ca ir.s, rpr-.-ps as t r a n e r for after which the cattle grow weak, · t|, c Memphis Chicks in the South- stagger and fall lo Ihc ground. ' crn Associntion. TELEVISION IS VERY COMPLICATED luy Youri From a Television Service Station SMITH RADIO SHOP Plus "Fish Pond" F*r Ifw Kiddies Ml for Fr« Prizes COOL ENDS PALACE WHITE "MARIHUANA" * An* if MARIE { WILSON (SHE'S IN THE! ARMY COLORED CMTOON LATE WORLD NEWS OPEN 11:41 NOW SHOWING a LATE WORLD NEWS i ·* U A R K SPOTLIGHT ON CROOKED LAW OFFICERS NOW SHOWING AN ALL-TIME HIT! MmtmtiMki Jti wiMtr it's HUE CALL 470 ran rcATUMc TIMES MWtCMIT iW ·MOT I. CIIIISUI · CABTOON ft LATE WOLRD NEWS orfanlzed. The British are understood to favor going ahead as soon as possible with formation of the planning group, incorporating those nations that are willing to join, and leaving out, temporarily at least, those which have cold-shouldered fense unification so far. HUDSON . . . TROUBLES? SR IM HAH AT WHITtlFTS GARAGE MECCA RESTAURANT (Formerly Creighton's Drive-In) THANK YOU We want to express our appreciation for the splendid patronage you have given us the first six weeks of our operation. · We shall always endeavor to merit your business by serving the very best food at reasonable prices. COME OUT, ENJOY A GOOD MEAL IN AIR-CONDITIONED COMFORT LOUIS and OLIVENE BROMLEY Owner-Manager C. Jimmie Carter Laboratories - Manufacturers - Distributors Serving the Arkansas Poultry Industry Since 1933 Invites You to the Grand Opening Of His New Display Room and Warehouse Rogers, "First and Cherry," Arkansas Phone Rogers 1330 Saturday, August 9 // It's Poultry Medicine: We Have It You Will See Elaborately Displayed Products Manufactured by These Well Known Companies Mattox and Moore, Inc. Indianapolis, Ind. Manufacturer of the new paite method . . . TEND-A-WATE . . . for harmonizing. The Multi-Jeclor gun, with it hydroaermic needle makei injections eaiy. I. D. Russell Co. Laboratories Kansas City, Mo. Tht «v»r increasing popularity of Ruittll'i KORUM, chic tonic; Large Round WormR Powder; and KA-DA- KUT Poultry powder in the major broiler diilrictt ii proof that theie treat product! are aiding broiler grower! in making more money. Wene Poultry Laboratories Vineland, N. J. Mokeri of Poultry Vaccine of all rypei, Including NEW CASTLE Vat- tino, i-m live and killed virui, representatives from each of these cwnpemie* wiN |» r * th- "rf 1 "* '· Mltr * '«**i*ii Cam H riy Laberarerie,. R.mem£ HM The Ashley Machine Co. Grtcnburg, \\,il. Manufacture of Aihlty Poultry Drtiiing Equipment. Stainltit Site I Pick*rt, Automatic Sealdtrt, Evit- urating Tabln and Magic Picking Fingtrj. Dorn and Mitchell Laboratories ·irminghom, Alo. Orlginoion of tht rnw, amatlng Cttal Cotcidiotli Vaccine that It M k. Infl th« tounlry ky norm. A. E.

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