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Wednesday, September 3, 1952
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|Q MOOTHWttT ARKANSAS TIMIS. faYOtlovffio, Arkomo* \ Mdneiday, Soptambor 3, IfSJ ^Engineer Doubts Reds Have Bomb ·£..·» ALTON L. IH.AKKSI.KE Frtu Science Editor J Chicago - (IP) - "I don't bcllevr ftunia has one single uloni bomb," fcirllon S. Proctor, prominent »;cw Tork engineer who has worked In ftussla, declared today. \ "I think every one uf Ihr- atomic explosions in Russia was jut.1 a premature explosion, in nn el- fort to -produce a bomb. " "No Confidence" "The IliiMJiinn have no confidence in their own cneinccrB," he takl, "und I have never met u Muulan engineer who was a Com- munlM who was any good." Soviet jcl plnncs arc good, "but llic RU!i!,lnns gal the practical end of Inn 1 / to build them from Germans whom they took over." "The Russians have brilliant , , Proctor is president of the i Physicists and mathematicians. American Society of Civil Engi- . b r i l l i a n t purely in theory. Injet ieers, one of 64 engineering wi- · pieties cclebratlnir a Centennial o( Engineering opening here today. · He gave his views on Ilusi:i during an interview tclli"i! of U. ir'i'nglneer"s"'accomp"llsi)in ciits hi «' into t h i n k i n g the Russians have ve pronul,!on, they arc probably jiheiicl of us In theory. But theory ;ilo.'tc doesn't produce an A-bonib, or :in army, or morale. "We've been bluffed and foo] |hc last 100 years. ; The White House has announced three atomic exploiions In rtussia, Inferring to the serond one as ''an- j pther atomic bomb." without a m - 1 plifylng further. Other sources i (lave estimated Russia has n stockpile of 100 or many more A-bombs by row. I ; Proctor declares it takes tcam- WoTk and cooperation to make an A-bomb work, and that Husslane don't trust each other. Such cooperation, he said, ''is taentlally impossible In Russia or iny other totalitarian state. There 1» no possibility of one man trust- inc another and Integrating his efforts with any other man." · "There it no reward for cooper- »tlon. The only reward is for cx- poilnf jomeonc, even in your own family. Any combination of effort comei under suspicion as a combination afitnst the dictatorship." H In 1930, Proclor worked o» fculkUnc RuBjia's second largest dam, at Svlratroy cast of Leningrad. In World War II he was an Army engineer, a colonel, building produced mine t h a n they have." U.S. Fighting Plan Adriatic Visit Belgrade. Yugoslavia - W) -The U. S. Embassy announced Tues- r»y a flotilla of American fighting ships will slcBin up the Adriatic Sea for a four-day visit to Yugoslavia, beginning September 11. The flotilla -- including the 50,- Oflfl-toii aircraft carrier Coral Sea, the hciiV," cruiser Salem and the destroyers. Bra'.ne, Mulluny, Stod- durd nnd Norman K. Ferry -- Is under *hc command of Vice Adm. J. H. Cassndy, commardet of the U. S. Sixth Fleet sla'.iontd in the Mediterranean. The cruise, n demonstration of western support for I'lomicr Marshal Tito's Communist l.ut anti- Moscow regime, was dutribod by the Embassy here as n courtesy Call. f: 'VICTIM' REMOVED FROM 'BOMBED OUT' CITY he Persian corridor road from tile i Nests arc made by mammals, ndtan Ocean to funnel supplies to I amphibia, fishes and other kinds ; UH |, of life as well as by birds. TELEVISION IS VERY COMPLICATED ·uy Yeura From a Television Service Station SMITH RADIO SHOP U A R K Haw thru HEWSREEL k CARTOON Today k Thur 0 0 p m CARTOON k SHORTS Lett Tlmn Wednndar JOHN "BIG JIM WAYNE McLAIN" Story of the Coast- Thunday to Coq * Spy Ri ° 9 Friday Capture! Saturday Boxoffict Optnt 12:45 Daily WAUCEAST GfOR^MURPHY quit the FE-UE. The International Union of Electrical Workers was formed by the CIO after the ouster of the UE and FE unions in a purge of left-wing elements. The UE and FE later merged as an independent union. Gives Up French Title To Become U,S. Citizen Philadelphia -W)- A y o u n g Frenchman who traded his royal coat of arms for a combat infantryman's badge . formally ..renounced his title in U. S. District Court yesterday to become an j American citizen. The former Count Patrick Marie Communism In Defense Work Is Investigated Hearing Brings Out Pickets In Chicago; More Trouble Feared Chicago - W) - Police were alerted today for possible renewal of picketing of the U. S; court- j house after a noisy demonstration | Hubert de Sercey, 21, fresh from rIOHAt CIVHIAN DfRNSI uulructora and tralnua removt a "bombing victim" from a -bombed out" city building in the Civil Dtfenae administrations "rescu* atreet" In Olney. Md., when civil detenu worker! art trained u advanced rtacut techmquts. Building! on tba atreet ara constructed to almulate bombed out i UvUij and owning condition*. (ImltnttlmatHotKiatltotoJ I Korea-Bound Marine's Proposal Plans Blocked, Temporarily New York - (/P) - There was a *somewhat happy eding today to a Korea-bound Marine's last weekend here. Marine Sgl. Hugh E. Kidd, Jr., 22, Baton Rouge, La., came here to propose marriage to pretty Patricia Hayes, 20, a switchboard operator. It was his last chance out the year, or however long he'll be gone." West Fork Mrs. Eva Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Walcrfielrl had as weekend guests, Mrs. Smith's son and Mrs. Watcrficld's brother, the was unable to find her. Dejected, | Rev. W. W. Smith of Big Stone he had to return to his base,; Gap, Va. Mr. Smith is general Camp Lcjcuno, N. C. Yesterday, however, before leaving for Korea. But despite all his efforts he received. good news: She has promised to wait for him. The young Marine, who first met the Bronx brunette while she was visiting her sister's home in Baton Rouge a year ago, drove from his camp to New York last Saturday. He didn't find Miss Hayes at her Bronx home, and on a neighbor's advice went oft to Boston to hunt her at a relative's. He made hundreds of calls to Boston Hayeses without finding her, and finally started back to camp on Monday. Yesterday Miss Hiiycs returned home--not from Boston, but from Lawrence Harbor, N. J., where she and some other girls had a vacation cottage. She found a note from Kldd. It ended: presbyter of Virginia. Other guests were the Hcv. W. Glen West, district superintendent of West Virginia, and the Rev. J. C. Rasake, general presbyter of West Virginia. They were en route to Springfield, Mo., to attcnd an election meeting. Mr. Smith brought the 11 o'clock worship service at the Central Assembly of God Church in Fayettcvillc, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Burning and family have moved into the house owned by Mrs. Mark Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fa.v Moore of Rogers visited relatives and friends over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Stockburger went to Roaring River Sunday for a picnic. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lassitcr and family spent the weekend with Mrs. Lassilcr's parent.-, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hearidge of St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Bucl Woods were Oklahoma City, Okla., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Carter. Bud Carter, a student at Oklahoma A. and M. College, will leave soon to begin the fsll semester. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. McKnight were their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gentry or Tulsa, Okla. The Presbyterian congregation observed family night Thursday with a watermelon social. There was a fair attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Allan 'Keith received word Saturday that their daughter, Doris Jean, who is in nurses training at Tulsa, had arrived at the City Hospital in St. Louis, Mo., where she will take training for the next three months. She will then return to Tulsa to finish school. Mr. and Mrs. George Freeze attended a two-day vacational shop conference. yesterday by some 200 pickets. The pickets, after parading in the streets, moved into the courthouse and shouted derisive pro| tests at a hearing by the House I Un-American Activities Committee. The committeec is investigating ,' Communism in defense industries.' I The disorders, however, failed to interrupt the hearing at which a self-avowed former Communist testified. The witness, Lee Luntt- gren, 37, a field representative for the CIO international Union of Electrical Workers, named 47 persons as Communists. Sidney Ardower, secretary of the Chicago Trade Union Defense Council, reported he had told the demonstrators to "be back every day." He said: "We are not trying to break up the hearing. We are concerned only with its secrecy. It ought to be held in a larger hall where the public could attend." Lurfdgren, a former official of the farm equipment division of the independent U n i t e d Electrical Workers - Farm Equipment Workers, testified that the Communists rigged an election of officers of the union which has thousands of members working on defense orders. He said all major decisions of the UE-FE were dictated by the Communist party. He identified 26 union members as having attended Communist meetings. Lundgren said he joined the Communist party in 1946 and resigned publicly on · January 7, 1950, the same day, he said he where Mr. Sperduto wil take a pastorate at the Presbyterian Church. Miss Cora Lee Clifton is spend, ing her vacation with her parents, The Rev. and Mrs. Ted Spcrduto j Mr. and Mrs. Gus Clifton. She is left Thursday for Albany, Mo., a University student. combat in Korea, can trace his family back to Wililam the Conqueror. De Sercey, now a corporal in the U. S. Army, came to America six years ago and entered the Army last year. His mother, the former Countess Ellen de Sercey, became a citizen last February. Critim Out Sick Parts Of Lunflj "Promising" Chicago-OT-TubercuIosis operations that cut out only the sick parts of human lungs look promising, two, U. S. -Navy surgeons said today. Healthy parti of the lung are saved, -and there is little loss ot lung function, Capt. Clifford F. Store and Lt. Bruce F. Rolhmann of the U. S. Naval Hospital, St. Albans, N. Y., told th« International College of Surgeons. They reported the partial- removal operations on 87 patients during the last four years. Of 59 discharged from the hospital, 38 are back at work and another 16 are apparently well enough to take jobs, soon, they said. Another K still are in the hospital, but are apparently wejl. A few have died. Synthetic rubber production was undertaken by the United States in 1942. ·raft "A" Dairy torm p3S» **#* »«Mlri ·D MONET DOWN ·TMJT DYKE LUMBER CO. Ml It Chattel HUDSON tUNE UP? COMPUTE OVERHAUL? SEE BOB MALI AT WHTTEUY'S OARAGE HOLLYWOOD THRILL SHOW AT THE RODEO STADIUM SPRINGDALE, ARK. * CARS CRASHED HEADON * AUTOS SPEEDING THROUGH FIRE *BETWEEN-ACT SPECIALTIES Friday Night, Sept. 5 Adm. 50c I $1.00 Tax Included 8:00 P.M. "Goodbye nnd Cor! bless you.! guests of the Presbyterian Church I'll see you In a year or so or! at Lamar. Sunday. Mr. Woods never." ! spoke to the congregation. Tried To Reach Him . . . . . . ~ ,,.- , Miss Hayes tried for hours to reach Kldd by long distance telephone. Her employer gave her the day off and let her make her calls from his switchboard. She had no success. For four more hours, she tried to telephone him from the New York Herald Tribune office. Minutes after she left the newspaper office, a reporter reached the sergeant by phone. He said he was leaving for a port of embarkation Friday and added: "I hope she'll wait. I was going to ask her to marry me. I guess if she were sensible she'd have said no, but I can keep hoping she'd have said yes." Miss Hayes was too confused by the situation to make a clear decision. She said: "I guess I'll wait for Springfield, Mo., where she will attcnd the Christian Bible Training School. Mrs. Ruby Smith will accompany her. j Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Threlkcld have had as quests the past week, Capt. Frank Threlkcld of Manila, Ark., who has been stationed in Japan and Korea for the past two years, and Ihcir sons. Sylvan Threlkcld of Fort Smith and Charles of St. Louis, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Estel Winn have as guests their son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Winn and twin daughters. Linda and Carol, of Kansas City. Mo. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Phillips are in Kansas City, Co.. visiting Mrs. Phillips' brother nnd sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith. Lieut, and Mrs. Jack Carter of Likt A Picture With Plenty of Action Here Tis Tonite Thursday 7:30-9:39 THE MOST HILARIOUS VOYAGE IN NAVAL HISTORY! LOOK? «m A W DAY WONDER COMMANDING A (KWtfUHO- LUNOtS M Ac vs.s. JANE GREEK EOMEALUir Pony )· Miniature RMtt GoH NEW CITY BUS SCHEDULE Daily Except Sunday; Effective Saturday, Sept. 6 City Buses Will Cover Over 100 Additional Blocks of Fayetteville. More Service for High School and Grade Students '-.-· on School Runs From All Parts of City WEST MAPLE-GARLAND-LEVERETT Ltavei Ih* Square at 15 Min. Ml and 15 Mta. atter lh« hour, 6:1S a.m. io 6:45 p.m. Via N. Block. W. Dickson, North West Ave, W. Maple, N. Garland, returning (2 Mm. till and 28 Min. afteri via W. North St., Leverett. Douglas. N. Garland, W Maple. N. West Ave., Dickson, N. East St. Bus goes out Garland as far as U. of A. Farm on trips leaving the Square at 7-45 am., 3:45 p.m. 4:45 p.m., and on all trips leaving the Square at 15 Min. after the hour except at 4:15 p.m. See school schedule for route changes at that time. SCHOOL SERVICE--Bus returning from North Garland at 7'58 passes near Leverett School and then goes directly to New High School via Stadium Road, returning to Square via Duncan and W. Center. Bus leaving Square at 8:15 a.m. goes directly to High School via W. Center and Duncan, resuming regular route at N. Garland and Maple, except for detour past Junior High on return trip. Bus leaving Square at 3:45 p.m. goes directly to Junior High and High School via W. Center St. and then to North Garland, continuing regular route. The Northbound bus passing Leverett School at 3:25 p.m. will be convenient for students far out on N. Garland. VETERANS' HOSPITAL LaavM Squan at 30 Minutai a»«l iht hour, 6:30 l.m. to t-10 p.m. Via N. College St., arriving at north city limits on Highway 71 at 20 Min. till the hour. Goes through Veterans Hospital grounds at 10 Min. till the hour on way back to Square. SCHOOL SERVICE--Special school bus leaves north city limits on Highway 71 at 7:55 a.m. and after going as far as the railroad tracks on Elm St. in Green Acres resumes on 71 Highway to North St., Woolsey to City Park, Trenton, N. College, Washington School, Highland Avc., arriving at Square at 8:15 a.m. and then going to High School via W. Dickson. N. West St., W. Maple and Stadium Road. Leaves High School at 3:45 p.m., using same route as in the morning. Northbound Veterans' Hospital bus passes Washington School at 3:33 p.m. The Veterans' Hospital bus passes within 2 blocks of Catholic School/northbound reaching College and Lafayette at 25 Min. till and Southbound reaching there at 5 Min. till. FAIRGROUNDS LMTH Squar* on iha hour, 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Via N. Block, W. Dickson, S. Duncan, Trcadwell, S. Hill, Highway 62, turning around at city limits and returning to the Square via S. 6th (Formerly 3rd St.) and S. College Aye. Terry Village bus will also go to Fairgrounds on trips leaving the Square at 6:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. SCHOOL SERVICE--Buses baying the Square at 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. will go past new City High School on way to Fairgrounds. TERRY VILLAGE Lea»i Square at half alter iht hour, 1:30 a.m. io 6:30 p.m. Via N. Block, W. Dickson, N. West St., W. Lafayette, Arkansas Ave., W. Maple, N. Garland back to W. Dickson, Duncan, High School on Stone; Virginia Ave.. Stadium Road, Terry Village, returning (15 till the hour) via Sunset Drive, West of Stadium), W. Maple, Campus Drive, W. Dickson and N. East St. Buses leaving Square at 6:30 a.m. and 4:30 o.m.' turn south at High School to Fairgrounds, passing Terry Village only on west side on return trip. SCHOOL SERVICE--Terry Village bus passes High School every hour during the day at approximately 13 Min. till the hour. MISSION STREET Leant Squart on the hour, 7:00 a.m. io (:00 p.m.. via N. College, E. Lafayette, N. Walnut. Johnson, Olive, Rush Drive, Mission Drive to end of paving. Returns to Square via Mission Drive. W. Lafayette and N. College. On morning and afternoon school runs, also at 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. route will be extended to Fairview Cemetery on Highway 45. SCHOOL SERVICE--Mission bus leaves cemetery at 8:12 am., traveling regular route, except detour on Assembly Road to E. Maple, passing Catholic School, Washington School, arriving at Square at 8:30 a.m. Same bus goes on to High School. Bus leaves High School at 3:45 p.m. and after stopping at Square same bus covers same Mission school route. Mission bus leaving Square at 3:00 p.m. will pass Washington School to pick up small children getting out early. HUNTESVILLE STREET LMT«I Squar* at 7:00 a.m., 1:00 a.m.., 1:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m.. 3:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m., S p.m. 6 pm. Via E. Rock, Mill Ave., Huntsville St. (Highway 16 East) to Drake's Store, returning at 10 Min. after the hour via Wood Ave., Sixth St., Wilson Ave., Seventh St., S. Washington. Bus turns around at Ella Si. (18 Min. after the hour) and returns north on S. Washington to Seventh, Jefferson School, College Ave. to Fourth, then west as far as Church, back to Sixth St., going to Square via S. School and W. Center. SCHOOL SERVICE--Students on this route can go direct to Jefferson school. Junior High and the new high school without transferring. Returning from high school at 3:50 same bus also make entire trip. SOUTH 71 HIGHWAY Laavai Squara al 7:30 a.m., 8:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m., 3:30 p.m.. 4:JO p.m.. S:30 p.m. Via W. Mountain, S. School, Highway 71 South as far south as Purdy's Store on all runs except those leaving Square at 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m., which go as far as Greenland. The 3:30 bus returns to Square via high school. SCHOOL SERVICE--Bus from South 71 passes Junior High and arrives at Square to connect with Huntsville bus passing Jefferson school at 8:20 a.m. At 3:20 Huntsville bus passo.i Jefferson school to make connections with the S. 71 bus leaving al 3:30. High school students can make connections with the 8:00 a.m. Fairgrounds bus, returning in the afternoon on the 4:00 p.m. bus which connects with the 4:30 p.m. S. 71 bus. Afternoon junior high bus rider can catch their bus at the Square only a short distance from that school. Far the env«nl*nc« of riders in Identifying bum al th* Squar., thtr* will b», In addition la Ih* Identification itgni ·R lh« front of oath but, a largo number in on* of Ih* right hand window! indicating Ih* routot, ai followl: No. 2, Wott Maple, North Garland and leverert; No. 3, Veteran'! Hoipilal and Fairgroundi; No. 4, Terry Village and MlHion Street; No. 5, Hunhvillo and Highway 71 South. University City Transit Co. P. 0. IOX 244 PHONE 70

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