Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 26, 1952 · Page 11
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 26, 1952
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By Grand Jury In New York Pleads Not Guilty; Actor Richard Short To Be Sentenced New York-OPi-Minot F. Mickey Jelks III, heir to oleomarsarine millions, has pleaded innocent to a;i indictment charging he forced two pretty models into prostitution and accepted monej- from one. The 22-year-old socially registered playboy, if convicted on all counts against him, would lace a possible 16 to 134 years in prison and a $31,000 fine. - Grand Jury action against Jelke and three others was taken yesterday in the cafe society vice probe of call girls who reportedly got up to $500 nightly. Officials said the investigation was continuing. One of thoie accused with Jelke pleaded guilty to a charge that he received prostitution earnings. He is 39-year-Dld movie bit-part actor Richard Wallace, also known as Richard Short. Sentencing was set for September 9. Named On Eirht Counts Jelke was, named on eight counts of procuring, compulsory prostitution and living off prostitution proceeds. He also is charged with illegal possession of a S""It was specifically charged that he induced 10-year-old Patricia Ward tn "live a life of prostitution" and I lived "wholly or in part" on her \ earnings from September, 1951, , to March. 1952. j Miss Ward has been held as a material witness in the case. Nev I York .newspapers have said she ! broke the vice case after Jelke I jilted her. j He also was charged with forc- i ing 23-year-old Pat Thompson to I become a prostitute, i The indictment did not mention j his receiving money from her, but said that he received $100 from Wallace. The district attorney's office has said Miss Thompson, also held as a material witness, had paid Walace $300 a week for WILL ROGERS HE PUT A SMILE ON THE FACE OF THE WORLD! YOU'U SMIIE, TOO, WHEN YOU SEE-"THE STORY OF WILL ROGERS" · IK TECHNICOLOR iWtfiri "love ind affection." Indicted with Jelke on the counts relating to Miss Ward-- j but not to Miss Thompson--was a j 34-year-old jobless press agent, Aa.v Russell Davioni, who pleaded Jnnocent. .Trial Dite Set The indictment said Jelke I placed Miss Ward In a house of prostitution here about last February 15. The address given for the house was that of red-haired model Erica Steel, 28. She was .named as a co-conspirator of | Jelke's and Davioni's. i Miss Sltrl originally was arrest! ed nn a charge of being the I "madam" for the call girls, but the grand j u r y charged her only with illegal posr.esfiion of nar- 'cotirs. She pleaded innocent. I Jelke remained free in $50,000 j bail, Davinni, unable to raise his : $45,000 bond, went hack to j a i l . No trial rlste was set for Jelke · and Davioni. Mi's Steel facer i trial September 17. iSf. Joseph's To Accommodate 126 Pupils SI. Joseph's Catholic School v.-jll i bejin its f i f t h year w i t h regktra- j lion dates. September 2 and 3 . 1 The school, located on East Lalay- ! First Principal Some sncll rulln-liirs in r'lorlda have quipprtl rr.'oin miisrrs and dredges to explore the ncfsn at depths ot Irom 2 to more than 100 f a t h o m s A. \V. Rflvprs, a m?.^.?r nf the ' icu!'y of the Rn^fvs 7rpnoh. \va? f the firs! principal of Rogers High I School- V.-P.V bark in IBM. T n e ' high school had besn nr^anizrd three years earlier, l:ut had operated v / i t h c u t a principal u n t i l his a p p o i n t m e n t . A f t e r leaving Rogers. Bsvpr? t a u g h t for m a n y yrars in Oklahrma schools. He returned to the Rogers f a c u l t y several yc?rr ago. EVERYTHING IN PIUMBIMG and SUFPUK FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. GOVERNMENT AVI. MOORE'S FUNERAL CHAPEI plte, has niTpaped its capcity from 100 a* of last year to 12C, Sister Ernefline will serve as principal and will leach the sixth, seventh and eighth grades. Sister Refima Marie will teach the third, fourth and f i f t h grades. Two new sifters have been added to the staff for this year. Sister Anita, replacing Sister Herman in the first and second grade?, and Sister Romana, ·cting as housekeeper in the con- cnt. Changes have br-rn mode in the ·hnol bu'kling -- *s to uhl-M all '' th?. ?pacc a n c! rl ^ sc gg '." i' 1 r^- iiifi a full-day schedule Monday, "ptemher 8. FOR OUTSTANDING FALL FASHIONS . . . lore Church Meirber* Ncv; York - i/P) - Some en.^T.V ^=T"iOOO Americans -- more than f v p r before in the history of the nation--belonged to a church or other religious body at the end of 1951. says the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the U. S. A. Sicily supplied most o! the world's sulphur for centuries. Iliislonian .Irs. It/iuf to f rmtaf Ifvt NORSE JR · Boys' quality · Anchored at points of vrnr . S A F F . A t i H SURF, · Over FOOT-SHAPE LASTS · Kncournpr, prwwl posture · Firm, crntlr support. · Right for growing feet · The imace of DadV Only difference they're in bo)V sizes at boys* prices. 20 STYLES and the CjUi and Colic* Mi will bt going bock to school In KATE G»EENAWAY frock A most exciting collection hat just arrived at Pearl I Children's Shop , . . and talk about foscinatlnf fmh! these will top them all I You'll see the very latest "grown-up" trendi tnt« with the original flair that's typical KATE GUfFNAWA Charming hints of Paris, quaint Gibson Girls, friit*-*i wandering waists, whirling skirts. Naturally you can «xi the same enduring quality and matchless valut that MM made KATE GREENAWAY famous. In sites 3 to 3x. 7 to tie, There are also frocks for Babes and Toddlers. And did yeS) know the KATE GREENAWAY site label now Include, heigfji and weight measurements, insuring perfect fit? ~?'. $1.98 to $5.98 \ We Feature SACOOT MIX AND HITCH SETS . . . jcickAti and ikirH, In wool, flnnnel or corduroy with match- Ing or contrasting btousn. Sire* 3 to U. COATS BAMBURY ORIGINALS, now at olwayj, glvt you lh« finest in fobric. In traf'smonshlp, in ityling . . . PLUS IliB magic of Bombury's Add-A-Yeor Hems . . . to make Bambury the mosl practical . . . tin most distinguished coat availabl* to young Mill America today. Bambury ha!s are exciting news . . . created of blocked fabric or combination fell and foHric . . . made to motch the wonderful coat styles. Sizes 1 to 14. Pearl Lee Children's Shop 27 EAST CENTER PHONE ZOOS Who Gives Green Stamps We Do! MeKeehan'i Fabric' Center Double Stamps Every Wedntidiy Folrway Grocery 4ie N. College Johnion'i f*ln tnd Wallpaper Store 23 North Blork 81. Hilton Bros. Drtn-tn Furnltun Blurt Hwy. 71 North taner Brm. 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