Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 28, 1952 · Page 3
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August 28, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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n ; taite Elections Grovp Washington-MSenators pollc- Ing this year's elections today tentatively selected Paul J. Cot- tci, » former FBI agent experienced in congressional investigation,, to head their staff. The privileges and elections subcommittee' d e c i d e a ' today against holding public hearings on.the Missouri Democratic senatorial primary until committee in- ve»tigtors- get -additional information: This dispute involves the An. gust 5 Missouri primary in which. W. Stuart Symington, former head of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, defeated J. E. Buck Taylor, Missouri attorney general, lot .the Democratic senatorial nomination. Utah Woman Elected Auxiliary President New York - (/p) - Mrs. Rae .Ashton, a Vernal, Utah, department store "owner, -was elected national president of the American Legion Auxiliary today. Regional vice presidents elected Include Mrs.-Jerome F. Uuggan, St Louis, central division, 36 Persons Injured In Bus-Truck Crash Albuquergue-.-;(f) - .thirty-six persons, including two irom "Missouri and one from Arkansas, were injured yesterday in the collision of a Continental Trailways bus and an' empty gasoline truck 55 miles east of here. Thirteen persons were admitted' to "hospitals mr treatment. The others were examined and released. Goodrich Firm Reaches Agreement With CIO · Cinclnnati-fp).The fi. F. Goodrich Company, last, holdout.of the "Big Four" rubber companies, last night reached an agreoemni with the CIO United Tiubbcr Workers which would end its 11- day strike. Already in the fold were Firestone, Goodyear 'and Un*ed States Rubber. So- were General 'Rubber and Seiberlng. Afternoon Opening Of Oty Pool Scheduled 'Man in WHDH Frank Hayostek, 27, ot Johnstown, Pa., arrives in New. Vorlc trom Ireland where ht visited Breda O'Sullivan, 23, who found the aspirin bottle containing nil name and rtdresi which he tossed overboard from a troopship after the last war. No ro- manee developed Here, Hayoitek decide* to ton in another bottle, complete with nil name and address, into Jamaica Bay, and who knows what will happen to it? Personals Beginning Sunday, there will be no more morning swimming at tho City Park Pool, it. was announced at the office »f Mayor'' Powell M. Rhe'a this morning. Opening .of the rity. pool starting Monday has been set for 1 p. m., daily. Question of Wagn London -(/P)- Britain's atomic arms program is being held up be- r a u s e the government's atomic scientists don't make enough money, an all-party, parliamentary '· committee riported"tofla,V. Quali- .fied scientists'prefer, to 'work for private industry aj^higher wages. Embank* Established WaEhington-(/P)-The Slate Department, announced today that U S. legations in Lebanon/Syria and Hashemite Jordan are being raisad to full-fledged embassies. " Lichens are a combination of rJairts and algae. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mills, who have been visiting here for the past week with her br.other-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Preston Woodruff, plan to leave tomorrow io return to their home in Champaign, 111. William T. Putnam, son of Mr. and.Mrs. J. C. Putnam,' who has been vacationing, in - Fayetteville for the past few weeks after three years with are armed forces in Germany, 'has returned to Fort Knox, My., with his family. He will enroll in an advanced coursfc at instruction in the Armored School. Putnam .has recently .received a:promotion from Captain l« mr.jor and will be in school at Fort Knox for nine months; More Air Travel Expected Washington-W)-Hecord - passenger-, mail.and freight volumes are predicted by the airlines for 1952. But they expect an eight percent drop -in - a i r express.' The Air Transport -Association estimate--) IHc lines w i l j carry 22,300,000 paying passengers this year, 8.2 per cent more than the'1951 peak. ' Demonstrate In Berlin 'Berlin -(*J- Fifty Communist women demonstrated today -m fi'ont of the U. S. High Commission headquarters against the'pres- ence .of American troops in Berlin. Fir« Ii Extinguished A fire at the C. A. Swanson hatchery, 324 North West Street ·vas extinguished at 5:15 yesterday afternoon by city firemen There was no apparent damage. The blaze broke out in paper hear ' OLD CABIN STILL ^^ H»H» 90 PROOF KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY ^if mi. Swing From Communism Manila-|/Pi-Chester Boivles, U. S. amhassador in India. saM last night- he had observed a swing away from Communist influence in Southeast Asian countries. Mix Truman In Parli Paris-W)-Windng up her tour ot Europe, Miss Margaret Truman n V ve v hcre today by lrain lrom Oslo, Norway. Chicks Regain Fourth Place In Dixie Race BJ-" The Associated Prea» Memphis got beiieiitj in trip! ots last night. The Chicks defeated Nashville 1-5. Mobile lost-to New Orleans 4-2 and 4-3. And the Chicks re captured a first division position n l h e Southern Associatton pen lant race. That combination, of a Memphis victory'and Mobile defeats ] was, just what the Chicks needed | Before lart n;;ht Mobile ranked I just ahead ot Memphis. I During the same in Memphis there was a bottle-cushion shower and two Chicks were kicked out of the game. Fine relief work by Dixie How.cll held Nashville still long enough for the Chicks to win. New Orleans took second place from -reeling, groggy Atlanta. The Crackers lost to Birmingham, 6-0" Jim Rice got a pinch hit single to knock in. two New Orleans runs In the oprncr. Stan Wcntwl hom- lered in the 10th for the second 1 Pel victory. Pitcher Johnny Mackinson protected his shutout in the ninth by fanning two. He struck out eight and gave six hits. Al Sima won his 22nd as Chattanooga defeated Little Hock, 4-1 The victory kept the Lookouts three games ahead and made them look more than ever like the pennant winners. The phenomena of life result from the.reactions of living organisms to radiant cner|y 'and «pend primarily on the tun. About J porccm of U. S. firm* were operated by tenants in'193S compared with about 27 ptr" cent m-lSSO oocordinj to U..S..Cental Bureau Iliurei. -_, .*-·"* ··** · wt'r* air Conditioned far your comfort OUR BOOKS ARE CLOSED! Buy now and pay ia 'First'in Fayettevilte" The New View in COATS! Milium-Lined Smoked Tones By DONNYBROOK DWp, .oft woe! expertly ttyled by your fd Vdr if,_ Donnybrook. Smoked tone, jn natural, blue, mauve. Bold. Deep, turn-back euffi with 3-button thaw) tol- lor , . . all milium lin*d for "warmth without w«!ght." Sit*. 8 lo 16 at thli month-end-.pKiol price. fashion Talk in Nylon! 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