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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 4, 1952
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*----MtMIHWUr AMAMMk IIMU, Thunday, September 4,. 1952 Private Letter At Issue In McCarthy Case One 0* Senator's Lawyers Reads Copy Of Confidential Note Wathington - W) - Attorneys British Atomic Energ] Radioactive Products By KKYMOUK TOFMNG London - f'i - British atomic energy plants are today producing about i(0 radioactive substances for cseryday use In medicine, science and industry. The program is part of a broadening effort to exploit atomic energy for belter peacetime living. Hospitals, research laboratory, and factories In Britain and 20 other countrlesc regularly receive i Plants Turning Out For Better Life pollution, Sornt; 700 type;; of radioactive Uolopcs arc knuwn. But British iigcncic.s distribute only about 100 fur which iipocific uses have been found. Their maK.s production hss been made possible by development of the atomic pile, the large scale atom-splitter. Plan Peace Offensive Looncy. Mr. and Mri. Paul Dearinf and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hearing, all of Kancai City. Mo., spent the weekend with the men's parents, Mr. and Mrs- E. A. Dearing. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mullins of Wichita, Kan., spent Labor Day with hii mother, Mri. Joe Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Moore spent last week with their tons, Gene and Calvin. Jr., and their families at Des Arc. Their daughter, Mi» Me:da Moore, joined them Friday. They all spent the Labor Day weekend at DeWitt, with Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Moore. Mrs. Kathleen Cummlngs entir- 41 E. CENTER C^r%ZVj£0ee£g' ^^^^^ 'HONE 21 lor oenaior jvici-anny (n-wis; in-. UII.-BI; m m o u u.v-fjiuuucLa 01 nrii- dlcated today that an intercepted I i«h atomic weapons manufacture, private letter will become major · BW« Body Study evidence in the »enator's two million dollar Hbol-slander suit against Senator Benton (D-Connl. But Edward B. Williams, one of McCarthy's lawyers, declined to «ay how he got a copy of a confidential note to Charles Stan, administra- Use of the radioactive substances (isnlopcs) h a s revolutionized scientific rcscarch into the workings of the human body. Jntroduc- To End Holdouts' War , lained at dinner Monday evening I ! at her home for Mr. and Mrs. C. R. j Moblcy, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Tokyo -'/I'i- The Japanese g u v - ; Swanson, Jr., all of Ariinglon, Va., eminent will send a SMI render! Miss Ann Harris of Midland mission lu The Philippines to urns ; Texas, Miss ed into the body, isotopes can bC|holdoits to thus given clues enabling them to' render. Kyodo News Service s a i d ! Cummings of Fayetteville called niru «, .. pre-trinl! d r v p l o p mc *" s of k «P in 8 the, th t new attempt will be a major | ; ,iicr dinner, ·rdav that the letter i bori ' ln pr °P cr wooing condition, peace offensive. . | Frank M a u p i n has returned to in February from the ITM versatile isotopes arc .dTM The surrcnui'r misMiiii v ill d i s J Shrcvcporl, La., after spending an aid to measuring a patient's! i..^^ leaflets, . . . . . . . ley Allen, Bcnton's live assistant. Allen testified at hearing yestei reached him i: Senate postoffu-c marked "Opened by mistake." One end had been snipped open, then stapled together, he said. Robert Fleming, described as political writer for the Milwaukee j ^t'in the use"of"Va*dloacliveTs- Journal wrote the note asking Al- j otonm , or t . an , cl . treatment, len's help in gelling material from ,,, agricuUura | rcscarch . tne ls _ the files of a beiiate .ubcoinm - ; o l arc V P ] U H b I c loo | s . Insw . t tee investigating McCarthy 3 '«-1 | wb lls are etudlcd by marking ihc new to continue as a nenator. ' * hoebe Todd Harris three Imperial Japanese A r m y ; of Little Rdcli, Mrs. Hob Ma- off the war on Cruder, Mrs. E. H. Cook, and Mr tracked with Geiger counter*. Lubang Island. | a nd Mrs. L. E. Maupi'n, all of through the complex functions of I For SC ven ycm-s, tlic t r i o have! rrairle Grove. Miss Betsy Camp- the human system. Scientists are j resisted n i l Inducements to sur- bell and Judge and Mrs. Maupin total blood volume, the rate blood flow and efficiency Slands. They can destroy human tissues or relard their unnatural i growth. A beginning has been ncv.'inapciE, let- the Labor Day holidays with his °' tcrs and photograph. 1 . Irum f a i n i - parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Mau- nf hablls are .studied by m I insects with Identify Isotopes, iso- rieming suggested that the let- | 0 pcs point out diet deficiencies " ' in diseased animals. Induitrlal Production Improved Isotopes also reduce costs end Improve production methods In Industry. In factories, they can among other · things, eliminate static electricity which Is often » dangerous by-product of Industrial processes. They are used to measure the density of metaltt and to trace the sources of water and air H ter be destroyed. But Allen Mild tic jjl still had a copy of It and said he thought he could produce it alonj with copes of other correspondence i! with Milwaukee Journal · em- ploye"; which McCarthy's counsel has subpoenaed. The hearing was adjourned In- · definitely until Allen could col- "' lect th|« correspondence. He salrt it was comewhat voluminous and . scattered, Utter Rea4 lies of the three. They also \ -ill i pin. play tape records from the iar.i- ihcs telling the holdouts the war is over--come home. Prairie Grove A Labor Day luncheon '.vas £iv- cn at the home of Mrs. D. N. Mc- Cormlck Monday. Present .were Mr. and Mrs. Bob I'yeall, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lark, Mrs. a n d Mrs. Jess (Juil- liams, Mrs. D. N. McConmcli, Mrs. |'., Mr. and Mrs. Jack Harlan were Monday guests of Mr. '"arbn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Harlan. Miss Ellen Marie Clark has ret u r n e d lf» b o a u t y school in Little Rock a f t e r spending the weekend with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Parks attended the Young Adult Conference of the Presbyterian Church at Ferncliff, over the weekend. Marilyn Wilson entertained w i t h a "baclt-to-school" party Friday l i g h t at her home. About 25 teen- Bob McCoy, Mrs. C. R. Feniinorc, Mrs. lloicmary Simon, .Mr;;. It. A. Barnes, and Mrs. Harry Uuttoll. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kloyd of P.'irsonM, Kan., were guests of Mrs. Floyd's brother. Lake 'ialmah, Sunday. Monday the Flods and Hannahs left for a trip through were guests. llcnninus (D-Mo) or Monroney Williams read his-copy of t h e ; (D-Okla) be prodded into getting! the Western slates to (,'aliforniia. letter dramatically at the end o f : material, at least long enough for! Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller of a long hearing. Then ho said t o ! examination by an interested clti- Theodore Klendle, one of Benton's i zcn from, for example, Mllwau- attorneys, "There goes your case."' kcc?" Fleming wrote he was "Increns- j The Journal has opposed Mc- Ingly distressed" by the attitude of a Senate Rules Subcommittee, headed by Senator Gillette ID- la), which It considering a resolu. tlon by Benton seeking McCarthy's expulsion from the Senate. In order to salvage ''The Project". Fleming said, he was "wondering what happens to the committee's files if they do nothing on thll caw. . . Could Senators Carthy's bid for rcnomination. Benton charged that McCarthy's rampalgn against communists in government has bee 11 rke6 by fraud, perjury and calculated deceit. McCarthy then accused Benton of following « pro-Communist line while serving In the State Department. The libel-slander wit arose from this and other phases of Benton's critical speeches Wichita Falls, Texas, were guests of Mrs. Miller's brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Norris Dunn, for the Labor Day v/cekcnd. Mr. and Mrs. Bill H a r p have returned from DC Vails B l u f f , where they spent the 1 Labor Day holidays Oakland and Zion Mr. and Mrs. Adam Rhody and son of Marceline, Mo., spent part ol last week with Mr. and Mrs. Clare.i'.e Lov/er. Mrs. Lower, who has been ill, is reporled improving. Miss Velma Warren has returned home after spending a month with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. 0. I WIIITPII tif M a n h a t t a n , Kan. Mr. and Mrs. George May, Ellis Pllimlce and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hulsizr-r attended Fifth Sunday it the c.-ibin of Mr. Harp's f a t h e r . Cervices ;it Salem Mrs. Burl Black and ?.li:;s E l v i c i ' Mrs. R u t h Hull?, hns returned Walts, of Pine Ridge, S. D., are | lomc irom Republic, Mo., where spending a few djys al their old home in Pr.iirlc Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cook spent Monday at Springdale with Mr. she was called by the illness and death of her father. Clyde Linglebach has gone to Tiff City, Mo., where he will leach and Mrs George Looney and Al'school Ihis winter. PHONE 21 f^S l^?l f b ^ t CREASE-RESISTANT RAYONS halon'ilnt IO.7O MfiMf'uzti Hera are the Rayon Suiti you'll wear everywhere Mi Maun, Comfortable, caiual, they alwayi look right--yet they're priced low. Rayon-acetate gab- ·rdkwt, thartiiklnt, ribbed fabric* or checki. SMART 100% ZEPHYR WOOLS (*) Carol Brenl Slipon, made lo our spec- _ ideation*. 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