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August 18, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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NOtThWtST AtKANMS TMMI, Siloam Springs Polke Officer Drowns In Illinois River H. J. Foster,'52, veteran Siloam Springs pollca officer, was drowned in the Illinois River near Watts, Okla., yesterday afternoon while attempting to rescue his daughter and daughter-in-law. The two women were saved by Foster's ton, Cpl. Hobert Foster. The men plunged into the . stream fully clothed when Miss Beatrice Foster and Mrs. James Foster who were swimming, stepped into a deep hole of water. The family party had been picnicking on the river bank. Corporal Foster rescued his sister, and returned to aid his father, who was attempting to bring Mrs. James Foster to shore. The younger man was successful in sav'r:g his sister-in-law, but was unable to rescue his father. The elder Foster, aparently exhausted by the struggle, sank in deep water. The body was recovered three hours later by Bob Wilson and Ralph Slavens of Siloam Springs after the Siloam' Springs Fire Department was called. A native of Decatur, Foster had lived at Siloam Springs for the past 20 years. He had-been a city employe for 17 years, and was a member of the Assembly of God Church. ' Surviving arc his wife, Mrs. Delia Foster; four daughters, Miss Beatrice Foster of.the home, Mrs. Annabel! Laughlin of Locust Grove, Okla., Mrs. Clara Ellen Boggett of Joshua, Texas, and Mrs. Lillie Mae King of San Diego, Calif.; two sons, Corporal Foster, of Fort Sill, Okla./ and Pic. James Foster of Camp Carson, Colo.; 4hree brothers, N. A. Foster of Siloam Springs, V7. J. Foster of Festville, Okla., and Homer Foster of Wichita Falls, Texas; and three sisters, Mrs. Grace Forslght and Miss. Edna Foster, both of Tulsa, Okla., and Mrs. Marie Morris of Liberty, Texas. HERE ARE 5 ATOMIC ENERGY SITES i THI U. f. now has nvc atomic energy sites (arrows) built, building ort scheduled, with selection of a site 22 miles north of Portsmouth, OJ Others are at Oak Ridge, Tenn.; Paduch, Ky.; Savannah River, 8. C.j 'and Hanford, Wash. The Ohio plant, to cost 11,200,000,000, will M located on a 6,500-acre tract and will be used to produce uranlum-235 1 Saved NYC Train ("WORLD'S HICHEST"- iMexico City claims the building lahown being erected above will !be the world's "highest"--not tallest -- skyscraper. Although [to* building is only 42 stories 'high, it's ground floor starts florae 6000 feet above where the I Empire State Building's peak [ends. Gimmick is that Mexico jCUjr la 7MO feet above *ea level THESE TWO IOTS, Brandt Rosto- har, 11 (left), and Charles M. fiantmlre, 12. shown playing with model train In the Santmlre basement In Mohawk, N. Y, are credited by New York Central nil-! road officials with preventing ai , 'possible "serious 1 * railroad accident. In an underpass they saw :|sparks and flames shooting tromi . .a wh*el of a crack Chicago-bound' [Passenger train overhead, ran to rnearest station to report. The ,traln waa atopped and It waa found .'that one ot the Diesel's wheel journals had "frozen" and wheel . icould not turn. 'from /with both 5 steps to enjoyment in · THE PENGUIN BOOM · OMABCOCETAIL LOUNGE · THE ALCOVE · THE COFFEE SHOP · THE SEY-HY BOOT Plm oH dub tocOU*. a» chiding ·winaiae t»»L 22 Boon el modMrf eMaV Jon tm iht ItMti *Atm»m City. REMcEACHM. HOTEl CONTINENTAL It Worked In Arkansas Irancis Cherry of Arkansas won the Democratic nomination for governor using the talkathon, and now Leonard F. Schmitt of Wisconsin is trying it in an effort to defeat Sen. Joseph McCarthy in the GOP primary in that state; Schmitt is pictured here as Iw started a 25-hour period of answering questions put to him by voters. THE BRIDE WORE SPOTS--Stricken by measles a few houri before her scheduled wedding, Leta Tcneyck, of Bloomington, Ind., did not let that little catastrophe hold up the ceremony. Though quarantined, she voiced her vows over a microphone through her bedroom window to the bridegroom, Jerome K. Deozer, and the rest of the wedding party. on.the_lawn bclpw, _ How to hay* a winning TELEPHONE PERSONALITY by EMILY POST We're often judged by the way we UIK telephone tervice. Goad telephone technique and good telephone manner* an important to a winning personality . . . and help you get the most from your telephone tervict. One of the moat aftrantlnf experience a perton can han la to run to · ringing telephone, only to find that no one U there. But juat how loot ahould one let a phone ring nefon up? At least a minute, ia the experts' answer. After all, the person you're calling may be in the yard or away from the telephone. And the figure* show that in estimated 350,000 calla a day are lost by Southwestern Bell customers who hang up too soon. A call worth making is certainly worth waiting a minute for. In today's busy life, at home or in the office. It's only natural to leaf* the telephone as quickly as possible, li there any special reason why you should replace the receiver carefully? . There certainly is! Your telephone ia just one continuous "busy signal" if your receiver is not securely in place. You csn't receive sny calls, and if you are on a party line, neither can your party-line neighbors. It's a good id*, to hang up carefully, and to check th» telephone occasionally if then an small children in your home, A great many questions about telephone manners center ·round the parir line, and there stems lo he some question H to the best way to ua* It. For eiampl*, should OIK snac* calk, or make them chain-style? Spacing your calla worka out but for all concern*!. For on. thing;, others can't call you if you hold the UM for a long ti«M. Spacing your calla giv n others a chance to call you -- and also givaa your paity-Une neighbors a chanoa to un the Una. That rssulta la better servios for everyone. lort* An adrwHitmtHI of Sautfimiram Ml TWatWww Compxiy The Courts Municipal Court G. I*. D«ry, 15. of Fayettevllle, wai flnad $25. and cocti, a total of $49, and sentenced to ont day In jail this morning on a charge of drunken drlvmn filed followini a Saturday night automobile accident on Highway 71 south. Sheriff Bruce Crlder said Dary waa driving north about 9 p. m. one mile south of Fayetteville when he lott control of his car, iwerved across the highway ana struck an automobile driven by Vilai Swofford of Fayettevllle. Neither driver was injured. Lee Dickford, charged with a misdemeanor after his dog allegedly bit a neighbor, was fined 110 and costs, a total of $20. Athel Hope was fined $10-and costs, a total of $22, on a misdemeanor charge filed in connection with the alleged ihootlng of a neighbor's cat. Carey Turner was fined IS and costs, a total of $15, on a charge of speeding. tMcwar T« Oermaay Supreme I(eadqu»».:r», A l l i e d Powers In Europe-WP)-Gen. Matthew B. Rldgwsy leaves today for a ' f o u r - d a y visit, to Germany, accompanied by Senators r.ussell B. Long (D-La) and Wayne Morse (R-Ore). Escape Injury In Cruh Hancock, Md-W)-Twenty - two passengers escaped serious injury early yesterday when a Blue Ridge Lines bus left the road and hit a power pole. Only one passenger required hospltaliution. Milk consumption In the United States today Is about 13 per cent greater than before World War II. A Glasgow scholar places the arrival of the bagpipe In Scotland In the 16th Century, says the Notional Geographic Society. Teheran, Irsn-l^VPremler Mohammed Mossadegh, who has been running a high fever for the past couple of days, was reported "much Improved" Monday. Fires 1st rWllritiiKS Manila - tff] - Fires destroyed large sections of two Philippines towns over the weekend, left COO homclcts, and caused damage which authorities estimated at $750,000. Sentenced T* Hang Kacr El Dawar, Egypt-W)-A military court today sentenced 20- year-old Mustala Khamis to be hanged for Instigating riots here last week among textile workers. The submerged mountain chain of which Puerto nicp Is a part would be one of the highest in the world if it were above, rather than below, sea level. In England the spark plugs of an aulornobllc arc called the "sparking plugs." Trombone That Slides Sidewise % Newest Invention Cbautauqui, N. Y.-CfJ-An an- gul»r trombone It Dtvu Shu- I man's answer to Uie black look* he gets in a crowded theater pit. Shuman, a teacher it Jullllard Music School In New York City, played his sidewlse trombone In a concert here yesterday. The «lk)e moves off at an angle to the right, instead of straight back and forth. I Shuman say.i the hookbtll*d : horn, his own design, wlU ate? be I handy for youngsters who have i to stretch for the low positions ' on a standard Instrument. In the Highland bafpipt the bag Is filled with air by melM at s "blow pipe" through which the piper blows air into the reKrroir. i In other types the bag Is filled by a bellows 01 Kt IIH your dollars farther at P«nn«y's Shop Early lor brib on All Back School Neds! grad* fchool cottons figuro to b« th« fmorrwf buys in town! COLORS FRESH AS PAINT Western Cut Jems $*49 BE WISE! BUY IVOWi Choose from rack after rack of n-e-w SCHOOL DRESSES Sinforitedt or pre-ihrunk for permanent good fit! D-e-e-p hemi, beautiful new details . . . faihion-conicioui-as-can-be! Look! Here are juit a few for tizei 7-14! A. Famoui Dan River* plaid with a grown-up "contour" front belt, white pique trims . 3.98 B. Paper-crisp taffetized chambray with iheer rufflei, full twirly ikirt ~. . . : 4.98 C. Cheerful plaid with appliqned dailies -- criiped with the biggeit, whitest cuffs! . 3.98 Kindergarten aiiea, 3-6X plaidi 2.98 3-6X tolidi 3.98 Jr. High (aubteen) aitei, 8-14 5.90 tStriaaage will not eacsed \%. 3-PC. WRITING SITP-L-U-S KEYCHAIN FLASHLIGHT SfMcM! $1 tatistrsst * J-_ mh-^l «tvii pi wy TV* KnWt rW 0NM OwfiNiy Km*

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