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September 4, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

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Thursday, September 4, 1952
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MOKTHWtiT lIMtS, Hv«H»viH«. g-- , KOREA JET ACES MEET AT AIR FORCE CONVENTION McGralh Called To Appear In Gift To Attorney Of Government Bored By Comm tree Washirfgton-t/!VA House in- vestigiilinn of the Justice Deparl- inunt had an open d;ite imiiiy, but Cluiirm.'in Ciiclf ( D - K . v ) ;m- nounccd its next star witness w i l l be former Ally. Gen. ,1. Howard McGralh. McGrath, w\w was Iired by President Truman .shortly j i T t e r j liis lirst appearance before li^c committee last spring, \r, slated to appear on September 15 in public session. Meanwhile, -the commit- tcstiiicd t recommendation t h a t the criminal prosecution should he dropped was reached by him and Janus E. Mclnery, who then was Candle's first assistant. Ohio Hospital Escapees | Captured; One At Large | Lima, Ohln-MVAn alert I.lmn Stale Hospital fimird last n i e h t helped capture two of throe inmates who escaped from the hop- pita 1 the day before. Guard Henry Imiugle called a state highway patrolman who picked up J n h n T. O'Bnml, 51. formerly from South Bend, liui.. I at id M i c h a e l C'hepuk. 33. b u r g l a r frnn Yiinj;.slnwii, Ohio. N e i t h e r offered resistance whrn they were reeaplurrd ;ilonf; railroad tr:ic!;s abort a mile from the hospital. SUM as lar^e is John Auki, 33. Toledo. Ohin, who had been serving time fur aimed robbery. . J centric and his. w i f e saw lhe pair when ihey were nut rirlint;. Eisenhower's Visit To Stote Pleoses Republican Leaders Who See Two-Party Gains L i t t l e Hnck - IS') - f J r u y - h i u i w l i Mrs. Dauxa Weir, 7(1, of Little Rock -- a Republican all nf hci l i f e -·- asked (.ion. DwUhl n. f'.is- cnhowcr here ycstrrciay if she mi^ht have his tan straw h u t And hi 1 Kave it to her. j 3ut Mrs. Weir added hesltalinfi-'. ly after . l he received the K i l l : i "Only one Ihinir k i n d a \ v o i r l e s j mu. I hope he d i d n ' t nnsnndcr-' stand when I told him he won't' nn-,J Hs h-t milch lonser. i m e a n t j thai of sc t was near the end nf the , : in! Irs hat would be out son soon." s h a r j i - w i t t c r t cum- [ weren't out - o[ season a s . far as I'eimrters were concerned, j The teneral · - as r.-rt ai a ,!.ii- oVn radish from the Smith':; Ma/- j ! ms sun--said he considered i t ' "Kldridcan!" that he spoke in z park named for ' a n officer whom 1 nncc served in an i n t i m a t e capacity." The park, scene of Eisenhower's speech, wan named for f;en. Done- las Mat-Arthur, who was born In officers' quartern at the time the park was a military post. Eisenhower also stopped at MacArthur's birthplace to sicn a visitors' register. "Historic Step" The general's visit reyisterfd deeply with Republican National Committee-man Wallace Townscnd. He said Eisenhower's visit was a "t'cfiniic and historic step toward a t t a i n m e n t of a real two-pany system" in Arkansas and the south. Tnwnscnd introduced GOP Ou- ·"·"·nmoriaj Candidate J f f who thru introduced s in-'.: declared that the v/as a man "who doesn't pronu^ol is xood for my £li* friends--he asks if It's *,[· i the rountry." J , ; [ J r n t n r the Republican 5 p d e n t l p l candidate on the re^ v ; and blue pbttjorm were Tosfiu Si«"' and Little Rock's flip ; can Mayor Pratt Remrnel.} Ult!e Rock Police Captt L Wlthersponn said the cro' ; the largest ever seen In . i.hur Prk. He placed the etti = ^ a t 30,000. '· Curbstone spectators fr rn airport to the park were fca cd. Many rnembers of the »fli : bciton arriving at the parlj : before the speech which: ;t shortly a f t e r 3 p. m. Thl : B l u f f Hsih School band plaje spect;ttfirs before the fenefa : rivc-4. i Kiserihower'j cntouragf Adams Field about 5 p. ·· a r r i v e d in New York forrf '· hours later. - A " Force, all fiurea .'Jetf»«»."fet -togirtlw/'-iw jjuosts ot the Air Force con. . , 'ront: MaJ. Wlnton Marstiail." B'everijfc'Hiili. 'Gilir ; Capt. Ralph Gibson, ;MpuntVirTrcft.''jJ|:'.M8k'-famcs Jabara, Muskogee, Okla.; Capt. -JRicnard Becker, Flcelwood. P a : Capt, ^Robert. La'tsliaw. LcOs'AngcJes, Rear row: Lt. James Kailcr! Indianapolis, Ind.; Capt. Iven Klnclieloe. Cas- ich.ji Gapt: RSIjort Moore, Houston. Tex.; Maj. William Whisner, Shrrvcnort. La. They have a " r ' lu ' 1 ' "I"U«" a n l p f t . i . ttalcnuilloiliu SuuntUill tco planned to continue a closed- I Iccnojjlc clour session w i t h T. Lamar Can- · Garlock. dlo. ousled by Trimian from his · post as; i;inl attorney Roneral j last November. | The next middle .vith the j Wadoshoro, N. C., l a w y e r who j onec headed the government';; "initial 1'atrnlinan Tom ! The- Ilimlsvillc school opened i Monday with a hcin'y enrollment. CAN'T FOOL AN EXPERIENCED MOTHElf ^n^^ t FR0M H Sf ATE CALL ON IKE w i l l be quizzed about the informalion lo pass on 1o the ; Fort Smill] ;(nd Mrs/Frances Bur- probcrs. And it is expected he | kclt nnd Mjss Nancy B u r h e l t o f Quinccy, 111., were weekend Riicsts " " id Mr. Addi- Mrs. Lloyd Linebarfier wei'e Mrs. Nell Keeker and daiiRhter, Jovce, of Fort Smith. Miss Iris Heed has '-cturncd to Kort Smith after n hvo-wcck visit wilh her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. tec's latest exposure: The case oC ' of Mrs."Linnet Linebarger and a Rovernrnent attorney getting a Uiid Mrs. Lloyd UnebarRcr. A "«ift" of S750 from a law f i r m ! t i o n a l pucsts of Mr. and 1!)47 after a yovc-rnment case ·· was dropped against the Carna- j tion Milk Company, Buffalo, | N . Y. Caudle was chief of the ! criminal division at the time. : Tells of Gift Jnmes A. M u l l n l l y , whoso re:a'c- . nation came Inst inniUh a f t e r he was suspended from his criminal Ki-ed K. Keel. Mrs. John Dixim and dnughtens of Shruvcport, Lo.. have returned i division post, testified he received I to their home after Hutting hci ' $750 from Gordon 1.. Kakle, a for- I parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Ship- mer f l r p a r t m r n t a l colleague who j ' c - v :uir ' brut her and sister-in-law, q u i t in 104G to enter p r i v a t e prat- i M|P - : " lfl M r K - Gene Shipley, tice. | H a l t o n Dotson and .son, X, al- It wasn't a fee and it wasn't i lcnt ) Cr] 'he a m a t e u r mdco n t rnmpensiition "because I did noth- jSprmgdale Monday night. ing to earn it,' Mullally told the rnmmiltec. He giiid the whole In * truptors Nampd thing :started w i t h a telephone call I I h c ; i PP ( »ntmenl nf Mrs. Su- from John Acker, counsel for | TM nn * MfWhortcr and Mr.s. Eve- Carnation, who once had been a !·)'". "· ~°? k ss n s *ructnrs in the government lawyer. University _ College of Business M u l l a l l y said Acker asked him about a case the Food and Druj; Administration brought against his B u f f a l o because 1 two of evaporated m i l k Administration h a s b c j nounced by ])r. Paul \V. dean. an- lain, L luai it icnn, M prifcjficef her I rate, Irvin concern i: shipments J didn't contain us much vitamin D ! as their, labels claimed. Mullally said he knew nothing Hbuut the case. But he did "men- lion" to Acker that their old mutual friend, Eaklc, was In.private, icrc afyi that an assodi-; Goldstein, formerly worked in the food and drug sec- i i i ' lion - JGENERAI EISENHOWER siretcries nis arms lo lake in the whole contingent as GOP National cnnimitlee-J.j Law Firm Regained . - .. ., -. . jwomen from 11 states give out with a chrrr in Ike's New Y o t k Headquarters (tntrrnntinnni f $i)£*tiiiifrtit(tt'^ i H-drvclopCQ t h a t C a r n a t i o n re, '^"^--^~~^^^^--~'-^-^^^^^ -L.:^---^.-'---,J ,Taincd K n k l e s law firm and with- i ; I in a short time the Justice Dc: Rave a welcome supper and food is i l l . I partment signaled the U. S. a t t - shpwer Monday night, honoring ' 1 ' i) ; ! icv ;,. Sln '.\ lc - v ..; JIt l 1 l ci1 . an ' p as ; i lorncy at U u f f a l o to. drop the the new p;istnr and wife, the and Mrs. Wayne Banner. : i ( 1bn ,, ilsl r h l i r ( i | l F l , r l . l t . __ , , n A p r j , ( ^ g 4 7 i Ea(rfc co , |ccted I a ?3,nod fee from Carnation. And, both Mullally Jind Kaklc tcsti- M u l l a l l y received -$750, less One type of extinct elephant attained ;i height of N feet. Jn Britain the shock absorbers of an automobile arc called dampers. West Fork v i s i t i n g Glover's Mr. and Lt. Comdr. and Mrs. A. F. Adorns and children, formerly of Sunnyvale, C;ilif., are vi.viiins Mrs. Adams' parents, Mr, and Mrs. Allen A. Keith, en route lo olover are nl M a m o u r their new assignment at Key j Mrs. Smith's and Mix West. F!n. ' brother-in-iaw nnd ?\t\t The Assembly of God Church Mr/. G a r l a n d Bljiylot-!:. " ~ ^ I Mi 1 ". Dean Parker l e f t \7rclnes- riay for W i c h i t a , Kan., where :;he w i l l visit her The Rev. and Mr.s. Floyd Parker of \Vm: iov.' \ v i i l keen i ic couple's four- months-old baby until she returns. n g in-.- nt-v. oi.MiH-v .juiudii. puh- j lorncy at iJUftalo to. rirop the , v : tor of t h e First llajitisrcijurch of j criminal prosecution nnd send t h e ' ; Spi-inKd.ile. w i l l bt'-jjursl speaker ' L-onccrn a warning Icl^r ihsleadi HUDSON TUNE UP? COMPLETE OVERHAUL? SEE BOB HALL AT WHITELEY'S GARAGE ;it the Baptist Church" Friday eve ?Jr. Hnbm Crouch and son, niiiR. Scplcmbrr 5, a t ' 7 : 4 3 Mr. Rnbhy, of Fayelteville, and Mrs. Jordan will tell of his t r i p to the Mural Smith and Mrs. Robert holy Land, from whit'li he recent- I n'cd" K ' '·"' "^ T l ;n "* ' ·""*··-"- ' Lwo ' or three hundred dollars which represented a debt he owed Eaklc. Eakle told the; committee thai Mullally "needed tlie money so I save it to him." Each testified he did not consider ] cr it a fee, and :;tuv nothing wrong it. But Mullally said he ciurnt-'d. He will show pictures of his tour. The public is invited. Mr. and Mr.s. Dcwey Walc-rfield have as their guest Mis. Waterfield's brother and sister-in-law, I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Savage of War- j ren, and her .sister, Mrs. Lewis ' Dennis and .son Lewis III, WabhiiiRlon. Mrs. V a d i e Lev/is is staying in j believed to be the only elephant t!-,c home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie ' type which adapted itself to cold Kay to take care of Mrs. Hay. who ! climates. · I wouldn't repeat it if he had il to The- mammoth, now e x t i n c t , is · dn again. Vincent A. Kleinficlri, the Justice Department lawyer who was in charge of food and drug cases', THE BEST FOR LESS WE DELIVER -PHONE 117 RED mm, m can 59* CRISCO, .,3. Sbs. . . . 75e .FOLGER'S COFFEE, Ib. . . . . . CAIN COFFEE, W W JACK ;5^AT GREEN BEANS, 2 for 39* NOB HILL PEACHES Heavy Syrup, fk/.? 1 2 can . . . TOPMQST APPLE SAUCE HEINZ BAKED BEANS, 2 cans . . 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