Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on September 4, 1952 · Page 16
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 16

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 4, 1952
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f NOtTHWtST ARKANSAS IIMI5, fay.H.xill., ArlnnM*. Thumby, September 4, 1*52 led Radio In Iran Denounces ruman Br JOHN M. HIGHTOWER WMhlngton-i/Pi-Tln fommun- Iti have mounted a major prupa- ind» offensive la try to defeat 1 he Truman-Churchill propo;.als X · settlement of (lie Aiigb- !r»nian oil dispute. f The voice o( Soviet icjmcd into Iran is « clandestine fAicrbaljan democratic" railio station which officials here believe fo be on Russinn territory. A rrc- »rij of broadcasts from this st.ition lurlnc the past few flay; liar, been ircutatcd In the State Department md it shows a violent opposition B the oil deal offered Iran by Hie .United States and Britain last i iaturday. The three-point plan, sent In premier MossadcRli by President I T r u m a n nnil Prime Minister j Chun-lull, is lielnR donfcunccti by i the flivls as "plundcrous pro. nouils." a device for "American Imperialists" t» steal Iranian oil ! and a plan nut lorlh by the "dead: |y i'iiemk-.s" nf the Iranian people. · The Mine broadcasts blast with i equal heat Truman. Churchill and | MoBSiideRii, despite the fart that j Mossaileuh has already turned ( d o w n t h e Truman-Churchill plan. ! L'ree Dcmonntrillons ! The Communists probably Ho i not believe t h a t Mossadegh's op! position In the plan will stand up ' indefinitely and they are calling ! on the Iranian people--in Cnm- , iminlf.t piirlancc the Communists ' a n d their followers In Iran--to TELEVISION IS VERY COMPLICATED luy Youri From a Television Service Station SMITH RADIO SHOP OPEN Saturday Night September 6th Springdale Roller Rink Skating Nightly, 7 to 10 p.m. Sundays 2 to 5 p.m. Come in for Healthful Enjoyable Skating for All Ages COOL OPEN D A R K " LATE NEWS COLOR CARTOON COOL PALACE ENDS TONITE p ACAN IOVE SONG" - ESTHER WILLIAMS »TECHNICOIOR P| ayl ------------------------FRI. t SAT. -- Filled With Action Fun! Flying Fills and Cracking Jawil "You're Not So Tough" WITH THE DEAD-END KIDS . SERIAL CHAPT. 4 »raOLORED CARTOON " OPEN 12:45 FBI. UNDERCOVER ESPIONAGE! 4 *»r rf Sn-Smuton Tfcif Only i. (iffor HHW CwM Mil O010R CAHTOON GEORGE MURPHY MHMU Wlim · IMUV OHM LATE WORLD NEWS demonstrate and protest against this latest effort to settle the oil dispute. Truman and Churchill proposed Saturday that the World Court determine compensation for British property jn Iran which the Tehran .government has nationalized, that ! Britain's Anglo-Iranian Oil Com-' '. pany arrange for sale of the j i I r a n i a n oil in world markets, and j : that specific steps be taken to end I , promptly the Iranian govern-1 i incut's financial distress. j The United States and British governments are deeply concerned | lest Iran's continued lack of oil : revenues, cut off for more than a J year now, should throw the country into Communist control. Termi "Unacceptable" Mossadegh turned down the Truman-Churchill proposals Saturday, simply saying they were j "unacceptable." I Officials here are hoping that ; when tie makes a formal answer i after the I r a n i a n Parliament meets I on September 10 he will leave the I door open for further negotiating ! with the western powers. j Officials pointed out that mean- · while the Communists, presumed to be acting under direct orders from Moscow, are doing everything in their power to prevent any improvemnt in the situation. Truman Calls For More Aid To Handicapped Awards Announced By President At Committee Session Wflshlngton-f/Pi-Prcsldont Truman called today for the nation In broaden its programs in behalf ! of the physically disabled "until I they are big enough to give the proper help to every one who needs it." "We need lots of public participation in this work," he said in a speech prepared for delivery to ' the President's Committee on Employment of the Physically Handicapped. Truman announced that the committee's first annual physician's award would go to Dr. Henry H. Kesslcr of Newark, N. J., as the doctor who made the greatest contribution during the year to the welfare nnd employment of the physically handicanpcri. A member of the President's commitlee. Dr. Kessler is a former president of the International Society for the Welfare of Cripples and of the National Rehabilitation Association. He has written numerous books and articles on the theme thl physically handicapped persons call lead useful, normal lives if given the proper training. Trurnan awarded to Nils S. Josefson of Franklin P;uk, III., the president's trophy for the "outstanding performance of the year" by a handicapped person. Josefson. 31. president of the Paraplegics Manufacturing Company, was crippled for life while serving on a carrier in the Pacific. W i t h other wheelchair "graduates" of the Hincs, 711.. Veterans Hospital, he formed his ! company in February, 1051, to make small electronic parts. Biisinesi A Success Truman said: "The going was i tough. Orders were few. But \\\c men persevered and today this enterprise is a real success." The president canceled his usual Thursday morning no'ws confer- once to attend the committee meeting. Recounting the committee's progress in the last five years, he said: "We surely have proved by now there Is no job that can't be bundled by some handicapped worker. That used to be R theory; now we know it for a fact." But, said the president, "we are still only working around the edges of the problem which we face here in America. The problem itself is still enormously greater than our efforts to meet It up to Looks Fit Again AIR KMCI commnndlng general Bloyt 8. Vuulcnberft, "no underwent * Krloiu «Momln«l oner*- lion Mfty 7, Iook nt M he It In- tcrvltwed by rtnorUr* ·' Wanh- Ingtnn'i N«lk»«l airport on hli nrrlvnl from ColorMo Spring, Col. H* renltd there (Reports Of Business Prospects Optimistic, Uoblessness Shows Decline, Production Of Steel Back To 100 Per Cent Of Capacity KIBITZER--Rosemary Brook sticks her nose into an open-air card game at Yonkcrs-, N. Y., Raceway. The horsemen are, left to right, Jack Friendly, Leo Vadnais, John Taylor and Mark Lombard!. Bill Fleming drives the pacing mare. (NEA) New Yorlc-MVBusiness heads toward its expected fall pick-up with an abundance nf optimistic reports to wave it on. There is bad news, too, of course: Warnings of lower profits, fears of over-building industrial capacity, and the international monetary fund's rcpojrt^hat world financial conditions Sr«- on the downgrade because some countries are trying to Jive beyond their incomes. Joblessness has dropped to around its lowest point since the end of World War II. The Department of Commerce predicts thi.- condition will last at least until November. Industrial production has rebounded quickly after its tumble mid-summer because of the steel strike and the vacation periods. Steel production this week will be back to 100 per cent of capacity, for the first time since the end of May. Many in the industry are now predicting that supply and demand of steel should be pretty well balanced by the first part of next year. Americans have a record supply of money, the Federal Reserve Board reports. Jt puts the money--bank deposits plus cur- | rcncy in circulation outside the bank--at 186 billion dollars, or 10 billion more than a year ago. There are optimistic reports in individual industries also: July and August sales of some of the big mail order houses shot up sharply over a year ago. Farm machinery sales are running ahead of 1951. Exhibitors at the annual leather show here this week predict a j good season for the shoe industry. j-Irving R. Glass, executive' vice I president of the Tanners Council of America, which sponsors the show, says that good retail shoe business recently is assuring shoe makers of better orders for Ihe I spring lines now on display. j The hosiery industry is looking ' up, too. The National Association [ of Hosiery Manufacturers reports } that July shipments topped the ! same month last year by 26 per cent. ! Seeks Ives' Seat BROOKLYN Borough President John W. Cashmore (left) will oppoea Republican JLJ. S. Senator Irving M. Ives tor Senate scat from New York in Norn ember. Caahmore, a, veteran of 29 years of public life, was nominated by the Democratic! state convention. (Internationals now. "We are providing for our vet- j erans, 1 am glad to say. But our work for non-veterans is not nearly Tar enough advanced." Truman said thousands of dis- : ablcd men and women could be helped to become self-supporting : but far too many are not getting "We have the knowledge--the ! methods and tools--to restore the handicapped/ 1 he said. "But we are using these for only a fraction | of the people who need them, j And the people who need help are ! growing in number every ycur." TO THE MUSIC OF GIL STACY'S COMBO 9:30-12:30 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 AND STARMACK TRIO 10:00-12:00 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 AT BUBBLE CLUB Hgh. 71 N. Finest Dance Floor in N.W. Ark. THE MOST HILARIOUS VOYAGE IN ""ALSO: COLOR CAHTOON k WORLD NEWS Starts Friday * OMNOeCARlO ^FITZGERAtD * * ADDED FUN * + Pony Miniature Rides -K Golf Kiddies Playground IDEAL MATTRESS CO Our Fall Clearance Sale Now Going .On We Are the Manufacturer Direct to You We Guarantee to Save You Money Our Mattresses Have Been Tested and Proved. 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