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August 13, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

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i nomrtmi AMANUS TIMB, AM** It, I Ml UNOFFICIAL VOTE IN WASHINGTON COUNTY V*r O*r*nwr McMATH 11 CHERRY « F*r AM*r**y Gtnenl GtNTRY 4 BARTON . ...II F*r CkM Jntiee REED .._. » SMITH * P*r NtNul CMH. CHAMBERS .....5 GILL 10 t*r C«nty Jwlf* SCOTT . 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Lriwrcncf Echinp*, -i cafe em- ploye, recognized the bearded and j unkempt youth when he walked in and ordered two .lamburserr. .. Kchines (old a waitress to delay j fillinc the _order. Then hf left ! through a backdoor to telephone | police. 'Buckles said Hupp denied raping the girl, but admitted hitting her v.-ith a hammer and shooting · her when she ran from his advances. He said he'd never seen her before t h a t night. "I'm really sorry, I didn't m e a n . ' to do it," deputies quoted him. R u p p gave a detailed statement to Undersheriff Steve DuHart at the sheriff's office in Santa Ana. ' He was booked on suspicion of murder and jailed early today. He said that since Friday he had hidden out with only a box of ' pretzels to eat. The first newspaper advertisement in America appeared in .May, 1704, in the Boston News-Letter, and offered for sale or rent a ' "very good Fulling Mill" in Oyster Bsy on Long Island. Nurse Charged With Poisoning Niece On Trial In Alabama ' W«tumk«, Ali.-Wi-A irlrn- fcctd Tmrw chirfed with poison- inf h*r two-year-old niece and calmly witching in lulopsy on thV body wii tilled tn trUl here today on th« first of two murder char(« thit could mem her own lit*. Criy-hiirtd Mrs. Esrle Dcnni- «on li iccMMd of feedinK arsenic to Shirley Diinn Weldon, who died May 1, ind il*o to her tiny sister, Polly Ann. ShlrJty was only · few day* old Mitn Tolly Ann died two and i bllf 'ytiri «|0 tiler i sutkVi, violent Illniu.iOnly the death of Shirley Dlinn was on the court fecktt for todiy. The widowed, 54-year-old nursi, who .worked it the hospital where th« child died, wis arrested a week liter after the parents. Mr. ind Mt«. O. G. Weldon of the IMtrby Cluud. community, iwore Ml I .murder wirrint. Mnriff L*it*r Holley ald Mrs. D*nnlnn tdmltttd, without a show of emotion, (hit the nave Shirley DUnn Inenk 'in « toft drink and Uok her to the hoipllal when ihc wtnt Into convulsions. The child died .five hourt liter. Stilt Toxlcolodst C. .1. RehlinK Mid th* lutopty, performed with Mn. Dennlson present, showed tntnlc. Still tuipicloui ihout the dcith of Polly Ann neirly thrti yeirs , bctort, the Wtldons irnnftd to hivi her rtmilni inilyud. Dr. RthlUif Mid ih«, too, hid tricet ·f th* Mldly mitillic poiion. ind ino|her wirrint w 11 limed ifilnit her tunt. ' Stitrilf Hplle.v said Mrs. Dcnni- ·on denied Intentionally poisoning Polly Ann, but admitted loving a ·lit itwjfsr rnnUlnlnt irwnlc at the Weldon home ifter · visit. She »»H 'she utW It to make in insect killer. · The sheriff slid the woman told him, however, thit she collected $5,000 on an insurance policy after the first child's death. She gave no motive for the a d m i t t e d slaying of Shirley B i a n n , but Holley said she reportedly had two policies on her totaling $6.000. A f t e r the two murder cnarges were filed, a u t h o r i t i e s decided to look into the death of Mrs. Dennison's husband, Lem, last October 17. His body also was dug up, but no poison was f o u n d . McGranery's Aidt Red Scheme To Infiltrate Scout Movement Charged By Senate Subcommittee Washington - ff) - A Commu-i Th* subcommittee published! nlst scheme to infiltrate the Boy Scout movement and feed its youngster - members "Communism with sugar coating" was described in sworn testimony made public today by Senate investigators. The Internal Security Subcommittee in a report to the Senate termed it part of a Moscow-inspired plan to warp generations of teen-agers to the Kremlin'^ views, in the school; colleges, churches and youth o: j "I can conceive of i crimes." said . Senator | (D - Nev), the su chairman, in a prepared .statement released with the report. McCarran now is in Reno, Nev. Ex-Cwnnmnlii Heard ·OSS 1. MAiONt JR., 42, of Ros- wtll. N.M., has been appointed by President Truman to be Deputy [U.S. Attorney General, tht Justice Department's number two spot. Malon* iiicceedi A. Devitt Vanech, who resigned to run for the Senate. (International) TELEVISION IS VERY COMPLICATED luy Youn From a Ttltvition Strvict Station SMITH RADIO SHOP ·'.alions. greater Carran nmitlcc photographic: copies of Communist | literature Matusow said was used in 1930 and later in an effort to set up a Communist-led organisa- tion known as "Young Pioneers" j as a rival io the Boy Scouts. | '"The Boy Scouts is an organi-: zation for capitalist wars " read 1 captions emblazoned on the covers' of this literature. "Smash the Boy | Scouts! Jr,in the Young Pioneers!"; The document was larded w i t h : slogans t h a t "Boy Scouts are foi Ranchhand Held After Shooting In California Suspect Jailed In Killing Of Girl; Offers No Fight Santa Ana, Calif. -(.·?/- William K. Hupp, Jr.. IB. ranchhanrt cap- lured a f l c r a five-day hunt, was booked on suspicion of murder today in tht sex killing of a 13- year-old babysitter. Oranee County Sheriff's Deputy Jess Buckle said the youth admit- led shooting Ruby Ann Payne last Friday after she resisted him. He surrendered without a strug- cle shortly before midnight after being recognized ordering food in a cafe at Brea, about 15 miles north of hero near the Los An- Seles County line. Young Rupp was employed as a beekeeper at the ranch of Harry Dyer of Yorba Linda, whose children Miss Payne \vas v.-atching when fatally shot with a .22-cali- ber rifle, j The r a n c h h a n d was Ihe object ' of an intensive search throughout | Southern California since the girl's ! body was found with her clothes | partially ripped off. apparently the ; victim of a sex attack. Two Brea policmeen took R u p p into custody . approximately 10 miles from t h e ! ranch. Earlier last night his aban- i doned car was found. A .22 caliber' EVERYTHING M PtUMSINO an FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. QOVtKNMCNT AVt bosses' wars" and "Boy Scouts take part in murder of striking workers." Infiltration Planned Matusow said that as a Communist he saw a high-powered plan evolved to infiltrate high schools, _. , . , , i community and even church clubs. The report includes a transcript j ami ]abor unions . He terrnctl Scout infiltration a part of this plan. Another witness. Herbert Rom- crstcin of Brooklyn, N. Y., told of being recruited into the Communist-front as a high school, student at the age of 15. Romcrstcin said he f i n a l l y divorced himself Matusow said the Communists, from communism. He said Communist youth work first was handler! through the Young Communist League, then through American Youth for Democracy, and finally split into ' two new fronts. "Now they are apparently at-1 One of these, Romerstein said, tempting to infiltrate the Boy j is "the Young Progressives of Scouts, rather than let up an op-[America. . , a broad youth organ- poKins organization;" He was| i z a tion that could rope in many asked by Donalrt D. Connors, a! young people who didn't know lubcommittee investigator. , w hat Communism was. . . They "Y**, 1 * the witness replied. j set young people who are not yet "t might rite the example of Communists. The Idea is to Don West," Matusow said, nam- people who are pretty frrecn." West AA a Baptist clergyman! The other, he said-, is the Labor j and Communist organizer i n ' Youth League, frankly offering- of iworn testimony given last March 5 by Harvey M, Matusow of Dayton, Ohio, a self-styled former Communist now an agent of Ihe Ohio Commission on Un- American Activities. The hearing was behind closed doors. after a f u t i l e effort in the 1930s undermine the Scout movement, switched tn the infiltration plan, under which they hoped to mix secret Red agents among the Scouts. STRAIGHT BOUtlON WHISKEY HI UMIKM MSIHUW CMPtIT, NK. · mil, HL ATTENTION Dairymen and Farmers Let us solve your Feeding Problem by filling your silo, using a new Ensilage Cutter Tor full Information Coll 68-L, Hunrsville or 1689, Fayerreville INSECTS with H6T WOT 69'. pint USE THIS FREE COUPON organizer in Georgia w h o formerly lived at Bethel, Ohio. Referring to Ohio Un-American Commission hearing?, Matusow testified: "I am t a k i n g this from the testimony of John and Martha Edston. and they Mated that Mr. West had seven churches under his jurisdiction, and A Boy Scout troop was organized in each of the churches, and his plan was to indoctrinate. "I met him (West) M a meeting of the Communist partv in 1951." Literature lined Marxist t r a i n i n g to young persons interested in Communism. Quebec, Canada, is believtd be- the only wnlled city in North j America. NJILDM6 AND REPAIR CAilNET AND Mill WORK of AH Kimh. Fr»* fttimato tOY 5U Wall SI. Th* WhoU Family Will Enjoy A Drir«-ln Movi« Tonit* Tonire Thursday IH A fOKGOTTCN M THE WEST IS AFLAME ; . WITH THE FURY '; OF BLAZING £ SIX-GUNS. GLENN EDMOND * FORD O'BRIEN/. * , RHONDA FLEMING. ' The REDHEAD . and the * COWBOY 1 MMMS AMKIUM Pony + MlfikmrTl ** (Mf MAKI THE WHOLf FAMILY HAPPY - · O O U T T O A M O V I E ! U A R K NOW! · CA «TOOH « MEWS · YOUR ALL-TIME MUSICAL TREAT! TECHNICOLOR THE SHOW GOES ON AT THURSDAY 1:00-3:40-6:20-9:00 THUR S D AY THURSDAY 7:45-10:03 COKNEl : CHAKITON ; DOWTMY WILDE \ mm \ mm Ditecld by CECIL 6. CiHlllE · ftntal will (lie coopenlion ol failing Bus.- 8am {Bailey Sims- Itotoi SI. lota · Ster by Fntic H. fun*, Ikodon Si. khn tt4 M dull · A PARAMOUNT PICTURE 3103 irk HIM: "Tht Grtilct Show on Eirth". "Bt i Jumpinj.Jtck". "lovtly LUIWIM Udy". "Popcorn ind lemonidt". "A Picnic in Iht Pirk". "Sint i Haoiw L» "PADDIC" wHHnlt mm JENNIFER JONES LAURENCE OLIVIER EDDIE ALIERT MIRIAM HOPKINS

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