Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 13, 1952 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 13, 1952
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"Unexplained Left Turn" By Destroyer Is Blamed For Disastrous Sea Wreck In April MOOTHWBT AHCANiAS TIMK. WMnml.y, A*** 11, Ittt Washington -/!'- T h e m i d Atlantic collision of the carrier , Wasp and the destroyer-minesweeper Hobson at a cost of 17( lives has been attributed loan "unexplained left turn" ordered by the Hobson's commander. A Naval Court of Inquiry announced late yesterday that 3 "izrave error of judgment" by Lt. .Cmdr. W. J. Tierney caused the April 26 collision Hobsoi Wasp badly damaged. ; f,, r disciplinary or corrective ac- All other officers were cleared j lion icsardinx personnel or euuip- o/ any responsibility for the Irac- ! menl of cither v e=scl, both of cdy. one of the worst peacetime I which the court fmmd in aood disasters in U. S. Navy history. mn(l ,, in - n .,, |hr ,,. . Commander Tierney of I'hiladel- Collision At Midnight' ph.a. the only person blamed in The collision occurred before ncidcnl. wcm do«-n with his, mit | ni8ht Apri , .,,, whjl( , lhc the ship, and a Navy spokesman said the court's findings probably would end the case. The court said non-ion Wasp and the 1,7011-lciii 26 collision that sent the I the reason's for Tierney's actions 700'miles west o f ' t h e Azor ·n lo the bottom and the | "will never be known." 'lands. The ni"ht w a s ' d a r l jmiping hark lo New York. No recommendations were made I clear. Hobson were engaging in nighl exercises with a task force about ' es Is- ' k b u t ! No PHONE ORDERS PLEASE STARTS THURSDAY AUGUST 14 The Wam, vc\tttn of Woi Id | V.'.ir II. was prcparinc lo make a wide U-turn into llic wind lo e n - 1 iililc; n.rplnnrs prarlii-itiK U».c-ufl| ·nirl landing exercises In cuinc, iihoarrl. The carrier's cmnmrtiidri, C;u)l.. Hurnham f. McCaflrrr i( Cannva.! .''. IJ., sanl if the IM:sn · had i turned right tluiinfi the maneuver' all ".ould li.-ue liccn well, liiitcad. it lumcd left, and ir.ivclinx a t ' ahput 27 knots plnwcd tntu t h e ! Wa.sp's btiw. | The Naval Cullit nf Inquiry, composed nf three rear admirals, siiirl lestimrny sucpcMcrl three possible explanations for the Hobson's wrong turn: 1. Ticrney berainr "completely, jonfujod" o\er the maneuver. i 2. He nieant In turn ri£h!, bull said "left iii'lcier" :n a ;, of tiie tiiii^ue. Jiidiicil liir Wasii'.-, |" l i j j h t s IliHC III Israelite Reports Seeing Flying Saucer .lmi',,lrni-l.Ti-l:i the f l \ ms sillii-cr a Jcru.'.alctn f'i..i rrpn idcnl of lUifa hid s Kirni elliptical i broad, rnpidty i ":id Ks middle d s .,i I i BUSH, TAYLOR -- [.·IJ.V1 INL'KU InOM F'AliE ONE . li.',. SMI.II! in;, Kirii'h 113. I- \ Scnlt US. Hu:.h |j:i; i'...-.|..r 107. Ik-Ciimidl KI8; Brnli. ; -.'MI l."..i. Hrd 8.1; Shuok 1 .17, | l-.n fli V!i. Wiiirt I-H _ Scott Hiri. ; I; 1 ;;; Tailnr i:ii. 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'; Mcnjamin KiHiiKlin'.s f a ri *· -i ".loin nr Uif" i-ai iiviii. rmblrh'-t in Ibe I'niii'.yhanin f;.i/rt!,-. n I7."i4. and fhn-viu; a Ml.lkf c n l 1K ,' ill Paris, rarh I-CIMTS-PITIV c'n- rdldiix. was Hie flr.,1 nciupjpcr cnrlnon. Toko - tiVi - Pcijjjnf radio uid last lujht itiid tarly reports of the iinmbini; '· 1'vongytnf. th« Morth Korean c'?pi!j|, by U. S. brnmtrs l;iri Sunday indicated that fcior* . Hvr, MW) civilians were ki'lfd or wninulrrl and 678 houses and cave shelters deitro.ved. lihrc ln»ujur*clun Sthrdulrt · ·· "''-'· - 'f - Prcsidtnt .··:. r.;iiiin niier will be Initifur- i'lfl fr,i ,i t-crond term tomorrow in t.te old c.:p:ial of Seoul. - An!i»r.i.r. and medicated phistcr y..., iii.iMiicri m 1843 by a Dtd- .'' Mass, plii'sicun, John P. M=in:-r. ".ho rSismhed cun col- ''" lohiinr- either, obtaining a fluid brushed on the skin «nd i-nvcrwl uith rotton strips. BUY SS SAVE ONE GROUP GIRLS' DRESSES Reduced to $9°° Real bargains in dresses for girls. Broken sizes in beautiful patterns. You will want several of these at this price. FANCY GOWNS 6.95 Value. $ i 99 little girl's fancy satin and Iri- col gowns at this close oul price. GIRLS' SHORTY SEERSUCKER PAJAMAS Broken sizes and odd lot! of * ^ Ofi kiddies Shortie Pajamas, re-* | JTO duced lo tell fast. ONE GROUP LADIES' CREPE Iroken sizes in multielement crepe with beautiful lace trim. This is an exceptionally good buy. LADIES' BATISTE GOWNS $199 3.49 Values * sorted colors ond styles in broken lets. LADIES' COTTON SLIPS $199 3.49 Values * Our best brond in most sizes. COOL CRISP DRESSES 14.95 Values Now SJJ88 Made by America's leading dress firms. All are perfect quality and the lasl word in style. Casual dresses, Sun dresses. Dressy Dresses in a wide selection of sizes for the tall, short o r a v e r a g e i lieighth lady. Don't delay, come in today, if you want one of these. LADIES' RAYON PAJAMAS 6.95 Values Smart, inippy crisp P n j a m a In b»utiful colon. Sixes 32 lo 40. LADIES' ANKLETS 39e Values Assorted sizes, mostly small. ODDS ENDS TOWELS 25 Odds ond Ends of 49c and o?c towpK P r '" d *o sell fast. We don't have many. SUMMER Millinery New styles in desired colors. Not a one of these has been in our store over sixty days. p r j e t Paddle Saddle Sportswear Separates FADED DENIM CHAMBRAY CHARCOAL CARDS SAIL CLOTH SHOWS, silts 31 lo 44 $1,91 »«« »'« » $2,98 (UlOTm, sizts 24 It 30 $2,91 KDM PUSHERS, sizis 10 lo II $2,91 Come in and set then you'll agree e»ery item is a bargain. Thrifty buyers will have a picnic ot this grtat start-wide clearance. Every deportment will be a bargain counter. There is a nice assortment of items listed . . . sizes and colon art not complete. So come early before everything is picked over. NO EXCHANGES NO REFUNDS NO LAYAWAYS NO ALTERATIONS EVIRY SALE FINAL DOORS OPEN 9 A.M. SHARP MEN MEN'S WHITE HANKIES T SHIRTS MEN'S IRREGULAR Elastic Top DENIM PANTS Now MEN'S IRREGULAR Elastic Top Denim Shorts No* 3.98 Values $2*8 2.98 Values 98 $J MEN'S BELTS 2.00 Values $4 QO Now $4 JL First quality, Beautiful Palterns-Genuine leather belts in all sizes, slyles and colors. 10 For full size Hemmed MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS $Ooo By such famous makers as Manhot- lan, Mark Twain and Campus. Sizes Small, Medium, Medium Large and Laige. A wide selection of colors, patterns and weaves. $£ 00 1 8 x 1 3 Hankies 50* By a nationally Vnown maker, met S-M-L. Values to 4.98 Now REPRICED TO SELL FAST ENTIRE STOCK OF MEN'S STRAW HATS MALLORY, LEE'S, ETC - STRAWS N . w $1.00 '° STRAWS ,,,, $2.00 Values 3.49 Values 4.49 Vo i'o oV° STRAWS Now $4.00 63 ONLY MEN'S SUMMER SUITS $1O 95 H»r« is what you hov« been waiting for . . '. Evtrr suit from a famous maker. Broken »iies but with sixty-thrft. suits there's a nice selection of sites . . . all btoutijul patterns. So don'l wait if you wonl in on these. Be hen early. MEN'S SUMMER PANTS 7.95 Values Now $4 Cool, light weight, quality slacks for thos* hot dayi during August and Seplember. Most oil sizes in a wide seleclion of colors and v/caves. If you need on additional pair of trousers to finish the summer now is the time lo buy them OPEN A M. ? N V U ^ rwADri: WSwim Trunks CHARGE » 7 ,, Volues $^oo ACCOUNT S Now ** Q^^B "^^^^^^^^"^^^--·^·····. tifi^K Y«n. Ihey lire CaHli'S ·^3^L Swim trunks. We don't CONTOUR PLASTIC ^SBL. hvt miny '" hurry Mattress Cover Full size ....$2.49 Twin size ...$2.29 r L · Crib size . $U9 I flDflCS Nylon Prints . .$1.00 yd, Summer Sheers . 25c yd. Bembergs . . . . SOcyd. Rationally Known Brands ONI TABLE BOYS' ODDS ENDS 50 Consists of Bay'' f onts Boys' Short Ponts Boys' Sport Shirts Etc. MEN'S DRESS SOCKS 59e Values 39* Beautiful patterns in fancy *«kj. Ideal for now and fall too. Hers ii your opportunity IQ greater tavings. Boys' Rayon PANTS $798 Royon Gabardine Slacks for hoyi In all ii^Ci but not all colors. Sizes 4 to 18. Can bt worn all year round. REMNANTS At Popular Prices

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