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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 21, 1952
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NUffTHWfST ARKANSAS TMMS, toyMMvilb, ArUmoi. Aw*** tt, 19ft White House Supported In Denial Bodyguards For Miss Truman Were Overly Rough Washington - (/Pi - The question of whether Margaret Truman's fun-toting bodyguard r o u g h housed Swedish citizens bounced across the Atlantic today, trailing official denial, and comment. Swedish newspapers had first scrv« Tuesday. They reported what they called "tough guy" tactics used by three Secret Service agents accompanying the president's daughter on her European tour. The Swedish newspaper Ex- pressen faid the bodyguards flung aside a photographer who tried to snap Miss Truman's picture at Stockholm's Central S t a t i o n , blocked a theater entrance until her arrival there and kept newsmen and photographers outside Stockholm's Town Hall -while she visited it. Aftonhladet, Sweden's biggest newspaper, called the agents "gorillas." It said they were uncouth and intercepted Swedes who wanted to pass "any place where The Swedish Foreign Office, meanwhile, had begun its own investigation. Stockholm dispatches said it wanted to know by what right Miss Truman's bodyguard was armed in Sweden, where even the police are traditionally unarmed. The U.S. Secret Service arms its agents whenever they are on duty. Short Recite* Storj At the White House, after conferring with State and Treasury Department officials (the Secret Service is a branch of Treasury) Short gave this version of the reported incident at the Stockholm' Town Hall: "One photographer approached one of the agents at City Hall and asked if Miss Truman would ler- mit her picture to be taken. She was looking at some exhibitions and the agent said she preferred not to be photographed at the time. argument and no weapon was displayed at any time." Republicans Ytcal State Department Press Officer Michael McDermott told newsmen he was confident Swedish- American relations would not suffer as a result of the reported incident. There was some comment from Republicans in congress. Sen. Bourke Hickenlooper of Iowa expressed curiosity as to "why Miss Truman should be traveling with bodyguards at government expense on a private trip abroad." Short emphasized to reporters that the Secret Service is required by law to guard members of the president's immediate family as well as the president himself. Rep. Albert M. Cole of Kansas said he feared the hubbub could be "quite damaging to our friendship with Sweden." '' Sen. Wallace F. Bennett of Utah suggested Communists might have engineered the whole thing. The 28-year-old Miss Truman left Sweden for Helsinki, Finland. Top Official Said Target Of Probers .. , .;. _ - - . . "The photographer asked If any it pleases Miss Truman to be at a , other photographers were present given moment. | insidc the b uildjn g and was told The White House bounced back I there were not. an unequivocal denial. Joseph | .. That end(;d the incident n j washinglon-W-A top Justice Short, the president s press sec- . was just a vcry ca]m rt iscu9s | on ." j Departm cnt official was reported The Swedish Foreign Office i today to be a prime target of retary. said: "Our preliminary reports indicate there is not one word of truth in any of the stories alleged to have been published in the Swedish newspapers." He said the investigation was continuing. said the agent who reportedly stopped a photographer had simply said: "No pictures, please." U. S. Ambassador Walton Butterworth said virtually the same thing. He cabled the State Department, quoting the special agent in charge of Miss Truman's bodyguard as saying about the City Hall Incident. "There was no discussion. T H E F A R M E R ' S F R I E N D ! STOCK-BARN-GARDEN INSECT KILLER 15% CMKMTMTE -- EASY TO MIX ECONOMICAL i WAIT MAKES HT TO 14 CALLOUS Of SHUT j USE ACCOODING TO OIMCTIONS FO« POUtTtT LIVtStOCK. 'DOCS. TIEES. Smuts. CAIDCNS AND FAIM lUllDINOS. House investigators in hearings starting next Tuesday. Representative Chelf (D-Ky), chairman of the special Judiciary Subcommittee investigating the department, declined to. identify the official beyond saying he is still in the department. Most of the top assistants to former Atty. Gen. J. Howard McGrath have resigned or have been given new duties in a department shakeup instituted by McGrath's successor. James P. McGranery. The subcommittee is known to have been working on one offi- ! cial "in particular" for some time. [ and investigators reported they I now think they have the "missing : link" of evidence they needed. Chelf gave no indication of the | nature of the committee's case, but said there would be some "suprising revelations." Revolving around the nucleus of an atom are a number of particles called electrons, each v/ith a nega- .ive charge. C-B's "Fagged Out" Ready-To-Wear Clearance 34 DRESSES we wont to sell this weekend. There's still plenty of hot summer days left and these 34 dresses are ideal for travel, parties, etc. Original values were all in excess of twice the sale prices. There is a varied assortment and some in everysize. Regular, Junior and Half Sizes. $|00 $£00 $700 $000 7 SUITS that we had reduced before but the sizes are bad now *·»·./. and we have reduced them further for quick clearance. In this Ap\50 group you will find sizes 11, 13, 15 and one size 16. These are .1 summer suits that many of you need. " 5 SUITS, Nylon Cord that were reduced before and the sizes ore .,, bad on these, too. We have only size 18'/z 201/2, 22V- and one S/l y() size 10. If you wear these sizes, hurry down and purchase one UL for only -*- 18 MATERNITY DRESSES reduced sharply for quick clearance in an assortment of styles in one- and two-piece garments that hove all been good sellers during this season. It is getting late and if you need to enlarge your maternity wardrobe, choose one of these at only $000 $ goo $o $000 C A 12 ONLY AMERICAN GOLFER DRESSES, mostly sizes 12 ond 14; 42 ond 44. All this year's styles in seersucker, chambray ond gingham. Original values were $10.95, $12.95 and $14.98 STILL A FEW SWIM SUITS in a two-piece style in seersucker ond Teca cloth. All by Jantzen and originally sold for $5.98 ond $8 98. Ideal for that fill-in suit for the late vacationer. DENIM SEPARATES BY NARDIS, broken lots in this besi seller in sportswear. We are not quoting prices in this ad but come in and see if you can find on outfit at more than one-third off. "T" SHIRTS; still selling a broken lot group. Regular $2.50 end $2 98 values for only 7 ONLY EXPENSIVE SKIRTS that we have had on sale before. Now we are down to just a few so we are cutting the prices again. Vals. to $10.98. Pick up one or two of these at only 22 ONLY SUMMER BLOUSES in batiste, linen and pique , . ,,,. Original prices were $3.98, $4.98 ond $5.98. A stunning value. S | g() Shop worn but just tub them ond you have a beautiful blouse of only . . 8 ONLY EXPENSIVE BLOUSES by Carolyn that are shop worn. ,,,,-»._,, Original values were $7.98, 8.98 and $10.95. In broken sizes and S*l50 expensixe fabrics. If you are a bargain hunter, select one of these for only 6 ONLY DENIM BRAS we're going to sell to someone for only . | ( I -*- C ^ *l A " Socialist Chief Schumacher Dies In Germany To Be Succeeded . By Ollenhouer Of Similar Beliefs Bonn, Germany-(#VThe strongest foe of West German rearmament and alignment with the west. Socialist chief Dr. Kurt Schumacher, 56, died here last night. The fervent leader--second only to Chancellor Konrad Adencuer a s ' a political force in postwar Ger- j many--succumbed to a blood circulation ailment. A cripple with ! only one arm and one ten, he had ! been failing ever since his health . was ruined in Nazi concentration ' camps. Socialist Party Vice Chairman Erich Ollcnhiuer is slated to Inherit Schumacher's party leadership. Ollenhauer is expected to keep pushing the Socialists on the same nationalistic course opposed to communism on the one hand and European federalism and common defense on the other, Schumacher lost an arm fighting in World War 1. The Nazis threw him Into a concentration camp in -933. Ten years of brutalities and poor food perrnanent- I ly weakened his slornach. Am- I Keep . putation of a leg a f t e r he was A ~ ; stricken with thromLnsis in 1947 ' j failed to fl.-impen his fervor or xvill j to fit-ht. He kept h a t t l i i i K . oppo:.- I ins almost every phase M Allied ' I policy toward the federal repub- i j lie and trying to halt the Adenauer i government's steps toward European federation and defense. A standard candle (of exactly! ££*[' one camllepower) could thcoreti-, £, cnlly be icen in complete d a r k - j 1.^..] ness and with ideal conditions f o r ; about 50 miles. with Ifcc TIMES CARA NOME SPECIAL far //i« on* woman in rtfi Jfc with (tntrfiV* din. % GALLON Yanilw Ice Cream 6k Hallond Im. Udt« MM* ATTENTION Dairymen and Fanners Let us solve your Feeding Problem by filling your silo, using a new Ensilage Cutter For Fall Information Call 68-L, Huntsville or 1689, Fayetteville Adverf/ied m LIFE · LOOK · POST ^ COLLIER'S · COUNTRY GENTLEMAN |* RED CROSS DRUG Phon* 490 North Sid* Sqyor* IMMi ra Iht NtWS, »oth weekday, at 7:30 AM, OY«T rtatwn KMH OKLAHOMA TIRE SUPPLY CO. SIT ftAOY fir YOUIt I ABO* DAY TRIP! *sw, sun, THEE LIST PRICE S22.9S Play SAFE! Brunswick Tire* »re mide *irh RAYON CORDS for ^rfiier strength, greater «f«y! COLD RUBBER FOR more Mileage and longer wear. Treads are scientifically de igned to give greater NON-SKID PROTEC TION ON ALL ROAD SURFACES. BRUNSWICK TIRE 24 MONTH CUAKANTn! tyowt $*«« Saran PLASTIC COVERS L U B R I - L O Y 100% Part "Pinn-Qttico" l.ubn-I.oy it (he exit plu in lubrication. It like* ove «here oidmtry oil nopi Mikei tuning eijiet. rt movts cirbon and iludge, more miletlt- Juu lout oil. M 0 T 0 I O I L Attractive plaitic pbiiii with jolid rmom/ing trim. .Long wearing, easy to titan. Vou juit wipe them damp cloth. MASTER TAILORED to fii. Refired to the c ficationi of the Crude Oil Associatio lisne on tht c*n it ince of (op qu*lit'- Excluswc t Your Otasco STORE n S«l«l 2 til. CMW CAR G L A Z E C L E A N E R A Diiponl Product Not i SOAP Remoi'tt Ro*d Film Sfttf'uil Combination Hun up the OLD BUS! UNIVERSAL P«-W«« Ckiner Re. Raid Hut . . (.11 GLAZt. bringi nut ihn Uttmj Luiter. 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