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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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ARKAMAk fWMS. tayeNevsle. Artanatm Wednetd«y, SatHamew 1, Iff] Ml IM KM loved ttls meet, but Lot /UifWW itrnt cUtiwn htd » Job on Uielr hands liter. -t · fofir *r an* **· »»tMi**lon truck everttlrneiJ when UM driver iwerved to avoid running Int. -- mt. M MM tort wait fcer-eplatl It wa j ;o mother 1 llxttnatttmal Bmattphotol' Top Rm^ XliKlerrt To Study Al U.A. On Scholarship From Benfon Countians »., Five Benton County buslnett* V.iand profeisional men hive made "lit possible for the highest rated .Jinniih undergraduate ttudent "seeking a scholarship in the United --JBtaten to attend the University of -^Arkansas. ; She is Eeva Vilhelmlni Seltolt, i n, of Vilpurl, Finland. Coopertt: ing to offer her a schoUrshlp · through the University's Foundt- · ton tft International Exchange of E ttodentt are Lewis Ctlllton, Dr. ; fltewart Wilton, Ell Leflar, and : Dr. W.' B. Jennings, til of Rogers, · and Dr. John Rollow of Benton- I ville. ! Mist Beltolt was rated by the J Finnish Committee on Study and i Training In the U.S. as number ; one out of tit the undergraduate rjcbolanhlp applicants. i plins to study commercial : tpacUlltlnf in tales and ^advertising, and alto the English .·5itoguige. but the It .HtlMllI: ft · tt as well. She has «t'teijSedotll ·ibe School of Arts and Crtftt and ttft University of Economics in Helsinki. She. studied English for : a month in Davles College, London, and spent a month In France at the Paris University of Economics. Before .entering Helsinki University of Economics, she weked for a year and a half as a ^hjnk clerk. "WHe father Is director of the tax- a*m department of the Finnish ttrfllstry of Finance, an** Seltolt will live at the Zets .Jtau Alpha house. " : mv«rtt*v Mi (k* TIMIS--« nan- Overton Brooks Sip Koran Wirll.S. MiHer Tokyo-(#)-An American c o n- gresimtn said today he considered the Korean wir "an American matter." Rep. Overton Brooks (D-La), member of the HoUse Armed Services Committee, told a news conference that basic military decl- ilons In Korea were made by the U. S. and "I prefer lo think of this as an American matter." Asked if his comments. on the extent of U. N. participation In Korean fighting Implied criticism of Allied nations, Brooks said it did, but that he was speaking personally. "We would like to see them ex- .Und great participation," he said SatnfistvSfudy Fireballs In Sky Albuquerque, N. M. - (*)-Star- gailng scientists are holding sessions here which may shed some light on mysterious green fireballs which have streaked across the Southwestern sky In r e c e n t months. The Meteoritlcal Society !s at the University of New Mexico for its 15th annual convention. The scientists also will discuss problems to be faced if men ever board a rocket ship to the moon. Hlwasse Riding Club To Sponsor Amateur Rodeo Hiwasse - (Special) - Northwest Arkansas' amateur cowboys will vie for prize money in five events at the annual rodeo sponsored by the Hiwasse Saddle Club at the rodeo grounds at Hlwasse Saturday and Sunday, September 6-7. Entry fees wil be added to the purse in these events: Bronc riding, calf roping, ladies barrel race, bull dogging, and bull riding. Grandstand seats for 2,000 people were constructed last fall. The first performance will be at 8 p. m. Saturday with a matinee Sunday at 2 p. m. The amateur rodeo, a rarity since the advent of the Rodeo Cowboys' Association, is the only .one held in Benton county and has grown into one of the outstanding attractions in the area since it was begun a few years ago. Roy Bates, president of the club, has appointed committees to serve during the show. Other club members are completing work at the grounds this week. Investigators Hear Caudle And Plan More Woik Former OHiciol Proves Interesting, Reports Chairman Washington -W)- T. La m a r Zaudle craved to be such an interesting witness at a closed-door hearing yesterday that a House I Inve»tlfaiinf Committee chairman remarked after It was over that liis group "has a lot. more work than we thought we had." "We'ye got'a terrific September ahead of us," added Representative Chelf (D-Ky) after listening to .Caudle for more than five hours. Then he expressed doubt his J u d i c iary Subcommittee, which has, been Investigating the Justice Department, will be able to finish ;«t work by October 1 as planned. Caudle, who was the government's chief,tax prosecutor until President Truman fired him from his job as assistant attorney general last November, provided some Information that was brand new to them, Chelf laid. The chairman said the discussion covered "a lot of cases and a lot of things." · Representative Keating (R-NY), ranking minority member of the committee, reported some of Cau. die's information "related to n-evlous attorneys general," but le didn't elaborate. Caudle was brought into the Justice Department in 1845 by Atty. Gen. Tom C. Clark, now a Supreme Court justice. Clark was succeeded by J. Howard McGfath, who was head of the department when Caudle was discharged for 'outside activity." Another Session Today Caudle, asserting he was "delighted to cooperate" stood by for another private session with the subcommittee. The time of his next appearance remained uncertain because of a public hearing scheduled today into the recent ouster of i.veteran Justice Department lawyer, also for outside activity. But both Chelf and Keating said Caudle may be questioned again before the end of the day. They said they expect eventually to put him on the witness stand at a pub- lic'hearing. Princess To Marry Tokyo - (/P)-Princess Yorl, third daughter of Emperor Hirohito, will be married October 10 to Ta- kamasa Ikeda, son of a former marquis whose ancestors were the feudal lords of Okayama province. FUND RAISER - Ueardsiey Rum), above, has been appointed by Gov. Adlai Stevenson as the new fund-raising chief for the Democratic Party's 1(52 campaign. In New York, Ruml says his goal Is to have several thousand contributors, eacb giving with a unite. i. -- ^--.--Sulphur City Mr. and Mrs. Archie Brashears and sons,'Junior and Jimmie, and Mr. and Mrs. Ottis Price and son, Claude Everette, all of De Soto/ Kan,, and Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Ferrell of Fort Smith were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Price dur-. ing the holidays. Walter Roehl of Jersey City, N. J., who spent last week with Mr. and'Mrs. William Roehl, left for home Sunday. A baptismal service was held at Gregg Crossing Sunday afternoon. Miss Ruth Roehl was baptized by the Rev. Howard Prltchard. Mr. and Mrs. Ruth Norman Pratt of Bartlesville, Okla., and Mr. and Mrs. Marian Purdum and baby of Fayetteville vistle* Mr. and Mrs. Hal Showalter Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Everette Laney and children of Tulsa, Okla., spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Turtle. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Frost and Miss Ida Mae Frost of Lawrence, Kan., were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Frost over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Ramsay are here for a week to see about their farm. They will return soon to Semlnole, Texas. Miss Elma Pounds and Miss Betty Pounds of Tulsa, Okla., and Mrs. Bane Hutchens of Elkins visited Mrs. .E. W. Price, Jr., Friday. Mr. and Mrs. William Cumby and children of Mounds, Okla. .attended church here Sunday. They formerly lived here. Mrs, Dean Harris of Fayetteville spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. an* Mrs. E. W. Price, Jr., and daughter, Anne. New York City has · water front of 578 miles. total Favorite Upset By Newsman For Nevada Senator Mechling Adds To Lead Over Bible, McCarran's Choice Reno-(P)-In a stunning David and Goliath drama, an unknown young newspaperman today appeared to have pulled the political upset of Nevada history. With about 98 per cent of yesterday's primary election vote counted, lanky Torn Mechlin, 31, was leading Sen. Pat McCarran's hand-picked candidate .for the Democratic senatorial nomination by 699 votes--with only about 500' more to be counted. An unofficial tabulation early today gave -Mechling. 15,777 votes to 15,078 for Alan Bible, 42, Nevada's widely liked former attorney general. The Democratic nominee will try in November to oust Republican Sen. George Malone, who easily won renomination. Mechling is a soft-spoken, boyish looking former newsman, who until seven months ago worked in' Washington, D. C., with Kiplinger Newsletter and the San Francisco Chronicle's capital bureau. FoMible Sucenor Bible has long been looked unon as a lawyer with a brilliant political future in Nevada. He was considered by many as the ultimate successor to McCarran, 76. · McCarran personally campaigned for Bible, something he nive- publicly had done for any other candidate. Another political youngster, Reno Attorney Clifton Young, 30, also scored an upset. He defeated Sam Arentz, 40, Pioche mining executive, for the GOP nomination to Congress. Young camp'ign- ed against the party's old guard, with which Arentz was identified. Young was one of Gen. Dwight Eisenhower's earliest supporters; Arentz favored Sen. Robert Taft. The nearly complete count save Young 9,402 and Arentz 8,379. Incumbent Rep. Walter Baring easily won Democratic renomina- tion. Mechling Is one of a very few Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation 'gave liberty to more than four million slaves. May refreshed... play better ft* back vent la the thlno in this new "SUEDE- HJWiZH , . , America'* lavorlle luxury luede lackol . . to comfortable to wear . , . look* to smart and ewual for every occwion. New 3 button CAUFOR. ·UIW drape... 3 roomy molded pocket* with added handy Irwlde pocket. Fashioned of luxurious light- OTtoht auede-xiuthentlc.CAUrO.WUN alyllnc,. Th. (teried auede Jacket In every detail and priced to ·Meibly too. Excl#shtly A M**'s Store Hiere's a pause in every game ... and that's the time . for an ice-cold bottle of Coca-Cola. Such goodness--such taste. M.25* rn.0*** tomte wtMt AVtHOtm «* mi c«c«.ceu ce*r«HT IT ·AYtnvrui coctveeu lonuNt COMPANY, HMM 1400 0 IHI, IM mcxou eetwwr teer above will tell you. She is filling gift stockings which are* "not to be opened until Christmas." The gift-filled socks will go to j wounded and ill service personnel in military hospitals overset! 1 and able-bodied servicemen in isolated outposts. who ever seriously damaged the McCarran prestige in Nevada. McCarran has been the dominant figure in Nevada politics almost since he was elected in 1932. He seldom supported the Roosevelt or Truman administration. There had been Increasing criticism among many Nevada Democratic leaders that McCarran was too conservative. Mechling and his pretty dark- eyed wife, Margaret, made political capital of that. Margaret, a Nevada native, formerly was a stenographer for McCarran. The Mechlings conducted a door-to- door campaign, aimed more at McCarran than at Bible. The newsman only came to the state last February. But he was stationed in Nevada with the Air Force in World War II and had voted by absentee ballot ever since, nearly 10 years. He is a native of Denver and an honor graduate of University of Missouri School of Journalism. Much-tarried Conductor Charged With Bigamy Los Angeles ~ (IP) - With wives No. 14, 15 and 16 on hand, Francis H. Van wie, 67, yesterday was ordered held for trial on two bigamy charges. The onetime San Francisco conductor known as the "Ding Dong Daddy of the D Line" was jailed in lieu of $1,500 bail, after the three women testified at his preliminary hearing they are still married to him. Mrs. Mary Abba, 52, Oakland, seid they separated six months after their marriage September 15, 1949. Mrs. Martha Moyle, 67, Long Beach, said they separated four months after their marriage February 18, 1951. Mrs. Amelia Pritchard, 73, Long Beach, said she "kicked him out" a few days after they were i.\rried last August 8. The latter two said they filed suit for divorces in recent weeks. Rich is candy! Easy 1b make! Recipe for Reeky Rood Fudge CooMII Sift dry ingredients into bowl. Add shortening and eggs. Beat by hand or electric mixer (medium speed) till fluffy, about 2 minutes. Add vnnilla and unsweetened chocolate.. Beat thoroughly. Stir in nutl. Spread batter into lightly treated 11' 17' x 1H' pan. Bake in moderate oven (S60*) 20 to 25 minutes. Remove from own and immediately cover with manhmallowi. Cool in pan. Pour melted semi-tweet chocolate over top. Cool. Cut into tquane. (Hen ia airtight container. ,j - . ^ .., "3* It's the new way to make fudge cookiea--fur faster, easier. They're home-delicious ... wonderful for school lunohet. By all means make them with Kitchen Craft Flour. It'a the guarantied flour for better baking. With any recipe--conventional or quick-mix--it works wonder*. HIM exceptionally. fine flour and the other rich,, freaher ingredient! you UM give rtal home baking to delight your family. Save* money, tool ·MriMloee Te» tetter iaUnj ei rout MONtr MM A, your S1FEWIT STORE

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