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   Salina Journal, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1951, Salina, Kansas                              THE SALINA JOURNAL Volume 244 24 PAGES SALINA KANSAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 11 1951 Founded February 16 1871 Charges Filed Against Slain Mans Wife His False Teeth Win An Acquittal Three Counts In First Degree Murder Complaint McPherson took a dis tricl court jury just 11 minutes to acquit 0 M Hedinger of a drunk en driving charge j Three state witnesses had tcs I lifted that Hedinger who had pleaded innocent was under the influence of liquor after a minor Charges of first degree murder lar accident last March were filed in city court Thursl Against this the defense argued day against Mrs Geraldine Hoi Tnat lne reason Hedinger had man 517 N 2nd wife of Frederick Difficulty in talking after the ac E Holman who was found dead tne fact he didnt have on K North street early Wedncshis falsc tccth i day morning I ie pleaded innocent The charges filed by County Alihe must have been telling the torney loln mUtined truth because in 1948 when ar rested on a similar charge by city police he pleaded guilty Big Fertilizer Plant Planned At Lawrence Consumers Coop Will Construct Million Project Kansas City AP Plans for a SIS million farmerowned nlj trogen fertilizer plant at Lawrence were announced Thursday by How ard A Cowden president and gen IKRFECT VACATION AVIulTHKIt In Sallna ciiaxed two Nhernirn down to the river Thursday Thev are Herb Bcltii 872 S llth Union Pacific engineer ind H I Maikle Park chief dlspatchcr Ihe Both men are on vacation JOVRVAIj IHOTO SHAF8 Fund Measure Given House Approval Bill Now Awaits Senate Action Presidential Okay Funds to pay for rehabilitation of the Smoky Hill Air Force base here were included in a 54428 357970 appropriations bill passed Thursday by the House The measure now goes to the Senate where quick approval is expected Although authorization for the reactivation of S H V B was granted several ago set ual construction and repair work cannot begin until the ap propriation hi passes the Sen ate and is approved by the Pres ident FBI Nips Big Theft Ring Washington AP The FBI Thursday disclosed it has been making wholesale arrests throughout the country in connection with thefts of government property largely from military installations FBI Director J Edgar Hoover said in a statement that 30 persons were taken into custody during the last 24 hours in New Jersey California Ohio Massachusetts New York and Washington D C Reds Stymie US Assault Against Peak These arrests he said make a I total of 120 persons picked up dor ling the past two months and i charged with stealing government properly worth totalling million The articles ranged from raw crude rubber and pure silver to combat boots and blankets guns materials and critical air craft radio equipment American Farmer Degrees Given 3 District Men Three central and northwest Cops Do Too Ogler Is Released Long Beach Cal VP V1 police found themselves doing the Bird City Man Sentenced For Womans Murder The first work on the base is ex I peeled to start in November The appropriations bill passed by the House was chiefly for milj rj jitary construction and the atomic rea I energy commission Meanwhile 1000 Marines Are Flown To Front Lines Sth Army Headquarters Ko American tanks knifed i The announcement disclosed those arrested include long Itime government civil service su employees military per jsonnel civilian and military po and nrivate citizens Thursdays arrests included IS in New Jersey nine in California three in Ohio one in New York up valleys on each side ofHeart onc w D c bv roll call m The FBI director said the bu bj roll callThursday m a g balle vlth investigation Red artillery and mortars Behind the fire of tanks blasting eral manager of the ConsumersKlnsas awarded Put Robert L three counts one for each act IhalJCooperative association American Farmer degree at m turned him have caused Holmansj The plant will be built on a 320 Fulurc Farmers of America conloose acie tract two miles east of Law vention in Kansas City Wednesj Browning rence on the Santa Fe railway An autopsy Wednesday night adjacent to Highway 10 Thfv wcre among 293 revealed evidence that Holrnun j had hern hit on the head I The House refused vote of 162 to 127 to knock the measure for an air port at President Trumans homefrom bcto sides the US 23rd in town Grandview Mo fantry reiment again stormed the Almost all the money the bill i northernmost peak of Heartbreak provides is for construction of j Ridge Entrenched Reds stopped Americans in their tracks Pensacola Fla AP Sen tenced to life imprisonment Wed jnesday night for the murder of an barracks depots and bases in elderly Florida woman a 23year1 country and overseas for the Ar was accused of Kansas man still faces another1 my the Navy and the Air Force men overran Chinese troops ing at Mrs Jacquetta Sather 24 trial for slavj liquor store clerk too long and of her hus The Atomic Energy commission captured a dominating peak allotment is million for workinearby Kim II Sung ridge and o n Employing about 150 persons the nation who gathered injtoo often I just couldnt help it A d R the big Savannah River wil be operated under the name of Qty to receive the honor he told officers ahe QrraS HW A SC1 snd run over by n car the Cooperative Farm ChemicalsTlle is the highest regular on skull Indicated hn association a wholly owned subsidawarti Evcn D tne organization had been hit twice with a blunt iary of CCA The cooperative HHSO Those from this area receiving Instrument A of n ciiUlon is owned by some 1500 lo me Kas of murde in the first degree1 The officers tearing their gaze r the killing of Mrs Mav Gwen it away from Mrs Bathers slim Edwards jure green eyes and honey hair mender mere Wood vessel In neck caused cooperatives in Missouri Kani Lowell Dewayne Black Beloitreleased Browning with a warning hy cnated blond isas Jowa Nebraska ColoradoIjilddie EWerryfield Minnvaponot to embarrass the lady any fur which could caused Wyoming Oklahoma and Northli anrt Edward L rachta Bellether nnd South Dakota ville Cowden said but recom death Both arts hap pened heforn he had been run over hy a car Crowther said Wichita Seeks Courthouse Mutual Aid Banks To Be Agreements Friday Wichita AP A civil defense wi j i mutual aid agreement has becir rom mcWta Wednesday prcent of the output The other aiped by Arkansas Citv and Wich Sheriff Fred Bell said end products will be anhydrous ita officiatoi Hflrrie s Mucl is bodywas found al ammonia a liquid which can belcr WichitaSedgwick county civil plans call for the start of construction in Mrs Holman was arrested istjinr2 and completion in two years her home about right hours afterThe tirat fertilizer from it is ex the body of Frederick Holman waspected to be available io farmers found nn the lonely road near the1for the 1S54 crop year he said Origsby greenhouse in the 1100 The plant will produce about biock of E North jlinooo tons of fertilizer ingredi lents granulated amj arrested when she nitrate consisting of Cmclr Phillip C Phillips a n a v a 1 psychiatrist testified Wednesday that Cormack definitely a psychopathic Makes Electric C hair f Then Kills Himself afternoon Holmans am Wednesday by R R McPhailjapptjeij directly to soil and a Raima who was on his waylpcrcent nitrogen solution for to work Holman was last the manufacture of mixed fer alive leaving the Carver Recrea Columbus day Friday will be lie pattern of psychopathic in w anting to bring disgrace upon his immediate family will I United Nations troops also seized itwo other peaks in mountainous cast Korea East nf Heartbreak Kidge a full battalion of the US 1st ma i rlne division was town to the i front in the biggest helicopter i airlift In history Nearly 1000 leathernecks landed almost with in sight of Ked positions without incident 102S other cases of thefts froffl government supplies Sixteen civilian and military em ployes at Camp Kilmer N J were arrested Thursday in connec tion with a theft of 540000 worth of bed sheets from the camp In addition some persons out side the camp have been rounded up and accused of assisting in the sale of stolen property Hoover said whole truckloads of the governmentowned sheets were removed from camp ware houses driven through the gates with the assistance of military police transferred to civilian trucks and delivered to in several XRW Jersey cities In the hottest sector of the west The new arrests included the Mare Island chief of police tha assistant chief of police and an in of the civilian police de wife officers said Mrs Holman whose was erroneously reported as N 2nd in Wednesdays Journal i j was being hold m count Thursday after faillnc to nake Detroit AP An unemployed case HP said after examining father of four rigged a makeshift 1hi defendant that he followed chair in his home and electrocuted himself police said i Thursday The body of Chester Dunn ot the civili was found by his wife Eleanor sion renewed attack at More Is ro on trial from Courti0f Yonohon after mopping up Chi go oil trial 101 i She had fiJAa a rum1 t i rder Oct 17 in the slayingof plaint aeaintt hteT stragglers m hills captured just another working day for the Julian C Edwards ST 73 who Patrolman Calvin Gill said Wednesday majority of Salinans was killed with his wife bv a m a haslment Thursdav tank strikes UP It wil be business as usual forin their Mulat Fla home the Pfloor lhree inches accused man testified vaier rtask oices as mucn as s miles j ness shops The postoffice and all he frightened and fired at ne offjccr Dunn rt nn Nine arrests were made on the The agreement outlines aid eachedcral offices also have theirEdwards with a stolen gun stripped the insulation in two plac f rhern neak of Heart lwest coast morning to jcitv could expect from the other doors Ior business jthe husband surprised him in rom an cxtcnsjon cord He Poslle y j bring to 22 the number taken into i i tj TTJ nip3R ItlnEre custody to date m connection with thefts of lumber tools building materials food stuffs guns and a deep freeze unit from the Mare Island naval shipyard at Vallejo county civil director citvs retail houses and bus1 said it had recovered worth ol stolen property there Three persons arrested at Daytoii O on charges of taking misceUajie property from the Wright Pat terson aiv force base in Dayton iih the event of an atomic bombing business County employes will celebra the husband surprised him in the j couples home He paid Mrs Ed tlonnl center 323 N 2nd with his i Explaining Ihn decision to en said WichitaTs oneday holiday the mllst have Entten the Iinc r the field of nitrate manulac inff o work out Simil8r agreej house will be closed all day Friiofflre Bture Cowden said nents with winfield Wellington j day On the other side of town the sd Jfj11 rocking chair city offices will be open bond nf nnr r lne aemanas OI our defense E1 Dorado Newton McPherson program and our steadily growing qimi nH ipoptllallon are straining the nr33 taped the cord to his left arm at one end and sat on the other un covered section plnced on an old Fourth District Editors To Meet durtive capacity of our farms We cannot continue to take more and more away from our land without putting more and more back to maintain its fertility The nationwide shortage of ni trogen is one of the most serbus I bottlenecks in production of coin Near Completion On Long Sewer Repair Job not long before the shooting He Then dangling his feet in the The closed sign rill be out for c at first denied any knowledge all Sahna banks LL j i the double killing The city library while not ob voluntarily returned to the jail butiwaicr Dlmn threw a switch send of serving the holiday will be closed ing current through the cord officer said Defensd lawyer Churchill Me spent 11 of his last 13 years in rjs the second lime Skelton formatories military prison ori been hospitalized the Jal1 j months until 1 pm Friday The hours contended that the killing waai set hack to allow library premeditated and that Cnr members In attend the was not rcsponible for his Library association meeting atactions because of insanity i He said the Hillshnm AD The annualiniercial fertilizer The shortage of foil meeting nf Ihe Fourth District this ingredient is already limiting Kditors association will be held onjthe production of three Salinas East Ash street sewer the Wirhitn univprsitv camnusplants that are operated by break Is just about a thing of the Saturday Nov 10 C P Ashcraft i past L 5 EmPeror announced Thursday j Cowden said ilia CCA will sponi City employes and workmen ofnno ormally opened Japans diet Ashrraft editor oi the Hillshorosor a series ot meetings at agrijthe Griffin Construction company Slnr is president of the assoccultural colleges in this region were putting the finishing touch iation ginning at Manhattan Oct 16 Coljes Thursday to ilie 36inch main He said plans call for a noonjlcge staff members will discuss dej outfa sewer pipe which luncheon and business meeting atlvelopments in the relation of ferj lapsed during the July flood which new officers will be elected jtilizer to higher crop yields while If everything goes right wei Following the business session and other CCA representashould have it all connected by editors will be guests of the Uniltives will discuss the coopera Mayor Is III the Then thfl Sherman tanks in both valleys opened up simul taneously with their 76 mm guns on the entrenched Reds They blanketed Communist bunk ers with concentrated fire lor 10 minutes Cal The earlier arrests there includ ed 13 civilians mostly civil serviea supervisory personnel associstion Hutchinpon Emperor Pleased Tokyo Mayor John is undergoing treatment accused man hnspitnl Concordia past Bowles Sworn In jLoan To Italy parliament Thursday with an ex pression of pleasure on the sign Washington AP Chester 0 mg of the Japanese peace treaty Bowles former governor of Con bank granted a 510 Th 23rd infantry regiment at other arrcsla dllring the ast Skelton takerl behind this barrage It adhvo months nave mvolved thefts at stivanred 40 ardsThen lhe Redsfrom Camp Carson and Lowry air rhislet loose an intense mortar andforM hase Fort BlisSi hashand grenade barrage It stopped Tpx shmgker nni pine BjuHi fewthe Americans where they wereArk among others j Mimsan Korea AP Nations and Commurjst liaison of ficers met twice Thursday and Reds reported they made head1 Washington AP The world Way toward reopening truce talks million II colThe emperor however made no necticut and price administratorThursday for aid in development1 for 10 am Friday loan They scheduled another session ursay or a n eveopmen or 10 am Friday T pm Thursj mention of the USJapan security was sworn in Thursday as the new of southern Italy It was the first day Pact ambassador to India versity at the WichitaDrake foot hall game A dinner foUcvirg the game will round out the program The association includes editors from Butler Chase Coffey Dickj inson Geary Greenwood Harvey Kingmnn Lyon McPherson Marj ion Morris Osage Sedgwick Simmer Wahminsoe and Woodson counties live nitrogen production program tonight said Jess Leonard super intendent on the job Sewage it by should he running through sometime next week lie said the CCA plans to fi nance the nitrogen program through the ac of J6 million in securities lo farmers and local cooperatives and a federal loan around the line before for which application been ea he fed imo ttlc no made under provisions of the defense production act of 1950 Weather Leonard explained that concrete would have to be poured around the joints ami earth tamped sewage But he i said that wouldnt take long City officials are pleasod with the progress of the job Rainy Kansas Generally fair and mild Mils afternoon and tonight Friday partly cloudy a I i 1 1 1 B finmr west portion low tonight 5055 lilsh Friday TSSS Sallnu Official Thursday Minimum 51 at pm 78 Maximum Wednesday 78 Lowest this date 28 in 1919 highest K9 in 1881 Sunrise pm am sunset At Smoky Hill AKB By CAA Minimum 50 80 at pm Barometer 2800 and falling Wind south at 10 mph Relatives humidity 38 percent Postpone Colby Flood Hearing Washington AP House agriculture committee announced Thursday indefinite postponement of flood control hearings scheduled to have been held next week M Sioux Falls SD TofKkS Kas and Colby Kas Chairman Cooley DNC said important legislation still pend ing in the house caused the post ponement He added the hearings would be rescheduled later Tnc hearings were o have been Ry fAA Hi 751 VII lil S7I KM Mi Tlwriilfty conducted by headed by Rep a subcommittee Poage DTex Dear Sal Now that A fertilizer plunt is to be located at Lawrence the boys at KU ire going to find it difficult to pet nway with Invidi ous remarks about Kannsn State Cow college at Manhat tan Ino weal her hampered operations for several weeks and several Inrge pumps had to be used continually to control the flow of water in i the broken line The only fly in he sonp as far as City Manager E 1 Allison is concerned are the expenses of the repair job He Mia prelimi nary estimates had set the repair figure at K3000 and that the Ho tual costs wouldnt that amount fir The bad of spending that Tnuch money on this job is you havent anything to show for it Allison said He indicated that it was about like pouring sand in a rat hole Costs of materials the continual operation of the pumps and time payments to employes who put In many hours on the job ac count for the figure he said Butit was i Job that hurt be done Allison said to Car drive hird StorcyHarrls Adv Wichita Realtor Shoots Wife Kills Self ioan the bank had made to Italy The fact that another meeting iwas scheduled was interpreted as meaning the liaison officers failed to reach final agreement on iedell 45 Wichita realtor shot and sumption of negotiations which thecritically wounded his wife Wed Wichita AP Virgil B Swin Reds broke ofC Aug 23 Oh To Be In Kansas Now That Fall Is Here Topeka AP Very little1 change in the pleasant Kansas weather is in sight Forecaster Tom Arnold said skies will become partly cloudy day but he added that no rain is nesday night and then killed him self with a blast from a shotgun police said Police Investigator Karl K Trip lett said Swindell shot his 39year old wife Frances as she entered his real estate office shortly be fore 9 pm The husband then placed the barrel of the gun in his mouth and fired the shot that took his life Triplett added At a hospital where she was laken for emergency treatment Mrs Swindell told officers she had been with her husband earlier but had left the office to do some er rands She said that when she re she started to walk into the Of 5055 to hlghs of 7882 The high mark Wednesday was 83 at Garden City and Hill City and was the low Thursday morning 40 at Goodland MI Kurt Auk M UM MWW UM WIW1UL PHOTO Professional Adv Inside Specials Cott Stutt i 21 Defernw department 21 DUtrict news 13 Editorials 6 Market newg 21 Radio Lof 8porti IMS Teen Talk 7 Theattr Times Women news 5 Worry Clinic Triplett said Mrs Swindell stat ed her husband had threatened her life several times in the past investigator said a search of Swin dells office failed to disclose any notes which might give a reason for Ms actions Glasco Resident Dies In Crash Beloit R Nowclf II GIMCO was killed Wtdnetday night In an automobile accident on highway USJ4 north at Simp son State Pttrolmtn Ctrl Ray MI the apparently lort control of and it hit culvert   

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