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January 3, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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HOtTHWPT AtJCANiAl flMB. Kansas Police Judge Under Fire Of Attorney General Kansas Cily-WP)-The Kansasi Tuesday night. Police reported attorney general says he will seek , ncy f i r e d n times , t two men to oust a police judjre from office . . . . . .. on the grounds he is linked with wh ° so " Bht to « m « r the °" lce ' gambling activities. T |lf officers were ttationcd there! Ouster procccdiiiKs against 1'o-| aft( ' r lnc J ud S c reported he had| lice Judge J. Earl Thomas of Kan-1 discovered microphones and wirc- mis City, Kan., will be filed in the lapping equipment concealed in u i ( Obituary - Kansas Supreme Court within a his office. . Jew days, Attorney General Harold ft. Kalzcr said last night. ' \ z.reat mass of evidence has on how xrarry on they could successfully their operations and Beoutificotion Program rs School Opens evade state and federal laws," Fatzrr declared. Judfie Thomas, replying lo Father's statement, said: | . "Fatzer in his accusations has! offered nothing concrete. 1 can assure you I w i l l fight to the finish and be proved innocent of charges of having been or now hcing involved in criminal activities." Disclosure that Thomas was un- ticr investigation followed a shouting episode in the judge's office MOKE PEOPLE BUY St.Joseph ASPIRIN THAH AMY OTHER ASPIftlH IN THE WOULD FOR 20C Rogers, Ark.-(Special)-Beautification ot the new Southside grade school which was opened last September will be one of the projects of the Beta Sigma Phi City Council for 1952. The landscaping committees of the three chapters, the Alpha Lambda, the Beta chapter and X-i" Eta, with the assistance of Mayor F. L. Vogt and his city employes and trucks planted 30 hard maples and 12 elm trees Monday afternoon on the school grounds. B. L. Kirksey, school superintendent, and Mrs. Harvey Tuel, Southside principal, directed the location of the trees. Shrubs and other trees will be added to the school grounds. Not white, not wheat, not rye, but a flavor blend of all three-- Juuge's Roman Meal Bread. 11-19-tf Jo Davidson, Famed Sculptor, Dies In France Heort Attack Is Fatal To American Who Became Famous in? made today. Burirtl probably will be in Parivhli widow Hid. Many of the Breal men of Mis- time sat for Davidson's sculpture and many of his works are display in museums and government buildings over the. world. In reeent years he had taken an interest in political and social trends. lie won many prizes, in cludiiiR the Krench Legion of Honor. He had lived and studied many years in Paris but had maintained a New 'York lloi.ie u n t i l recently. Davidson, son r,f a lUissian- Jcwish l a m i l , was an odd-jobs l)oy w i t h a gift for d r a w i n g and p a i n t i n g t h n t asserted itself beyond the pale of New York's poorest diMri-.'t. His talent won I him a scholarship at Hi. He tried i.tudyi Texai; " several nlcici and one I nephew. j Fimoriil H-mces -,vil lie con- ' ; dueled tuniorruw at l::lli p. in. by '· the Hcv. 0. I.. D.vkc's. Jr.. lit Witt- ' m's M d t t u ; i r y . Burhi! w i l l be in j McMafti's Heated Objection To Dixie Downs Draws Attack By Stale Representative Art.nw., T*UfW. y , J.nwry 1,'lM* Knlrviow ci v imdi'r the di- · Little Huck-MVGovernor Mcl l r c c t i o n uf Watson's Morliiiir.v. ; Math's opposition lo Dixie Downs U - n . " A n y t h i n g he may du i.-j be- 1 Twi, giant (ir,.nO(l.|inrspp,,wer!' lV " s : '"'"' kc(l lnsl "'« ht b » a n »'- '°" d t h r S «'PC "' *!"· W* «»- elci'tric niolnrs liavc Ijeeii'in.'.l.-illcrl I 1 " 1 "" 1 '. 1 ' ' ol ' l l l c proposed two mil- | Iliorlrcrl by Ihc constitution arj'l at WnshiiiBlnn's Grand Cuuli-i-j iii.n d n l l a r racetrack at West I the Icijislalurc !o cl " V/.iltlirr Dam tu p u m p water for irri(!i.llon. | M r m p l i b . Uaid. ··The man has nn ssy as (,, Paris-m-Jo D a v i d s o n , 6B.J TM' e "i? XTM* a n d TM TM t Merc, in lf)09, he nuirrlcd famed American sculptor, died of p. a heart attack last night at liisf Yvonne de Kcrstrat, who died in country home in Central France. | The bearded sculptor, who rose from New York's Lower East . They had two sons, Jacques and Jean. Davidson's second wi'c is the former Florence Gertrude Side tenements to the top level o'| 1941. art and living, had been regarded as in relatively good health despite a few minor heart attacks in recent months. His wife telephoned friends in; Paris that Davidson died near Sache, a village a few miles from Ton rs. He had fione from his Paris home to Becherun, his country place, for the Christinas and Lucius. They were married in I h o r e a r e Stjtlc Hep. t J I c n n W i i l t i l r r o[ (or '- 'n.-..»«.cr.«, .h.. the B ov- i , T ' ^ ' - 'n.-..»«.cr.«, .h.. the B ov- way, the Mississippi, Iho Central : m i n r ls "l" 11 '"-'lrunk «nd obscs- ' - Ihe ulra of his own im- I pt.rUiniT" in snying he u'il) nol who w i l l h n v r a lii-onsn m wh races \':ill bo run." M r M a l h hax aid he wi!| apnolnl in February n new stall- Kadnt; Commission, one t h n t w i l l revoke the franchise f p i \ U r Downs or The T;i.sm;ininn ligcr. .-ichMlly n ; | i r i ' t n i t t l l ( ? t r : i r k ln "Pirate even refuse to K r a u t the t u i c k ;m an m.'in.unuil wolf, i:, one uf ihe nuThl j 'f ' l ' s -'ipprovcd J a n u a r y 22 in a j nual opcnjting license 1 , of living nnirmils. ' C r i l l r n d e n L'ounly .special clcc- I Wait her rtacliircd Hint Kuch n (him? as iin "instructed".*c«ni- mission would be the "p«rf«ct? baais of » Federal Court cult fllff* . Inu discrimination- He ported-out t h n t Oak lawn Park ruce trick at Hot Springs receives a llctn*t each year. . The attorney *Md he beifcved I the present commission, if.tf'tt- I m;iin£ would grant Dtxi* Down* j thrj anntii'il license. The pm«nt !i'(jmrrm.i](:n granted Dixie Dbwn'a. j n fivinrhiKP to bullri and ope'ratt pi irark over McMath'n prot««W r j V n f M - s of Criltenden County, in = which West Memphis it sltuiteri, nlsn must Approve before the trick m;iy be i.'.'.labllshed. . - | SMIIH' ronvrynr belts with npeed» of If) miles an hour are used in i innving cool in mininx operation*. New Years holidays. afternoon and a docti moned. Four hours later, at p. m. French time, he was dead Funeral arrangements were be- Col. Zack Miller Of Ranch Fame Dies In Texas We want to take the pleasure to thank all of you who helped to make our store a success in 1951. We hope to serve you in 1952- Del Monte Peas, 2 for 39c Donald Duck Orange Juice, 46-oz.. 25c Del Monte Crushed Pineapple . 25c Powdered or Brown Sugar, 2 for . 25c Tall Salmon, can 39c [ Del Monte Catsup 19c Wesson Oil, Pt. . . 33c Wesson Oil, Qt 64c Northern Tissue, 3 Rolls . . . . 25c Vigo Dog Food, 3 Cans . . . . 29c Pineapple Upside Down Cake Mix 39c Salad Bowl Salad Dressing . . . 35c Sunshine Crackers, Lb 29c Admiration Coffee, Lb 85c Cain's Coffee, Lb. 79c Delicious Apples, Lb 15c Fancy Celery, Stalk 19c Bananas, Lb 15c White Grapefruits, 6 for . . . 29c 50 Lbs. Russet Potatoes . . . $2.59 Kraft's Miracle Whip Salad Dressing 39c MEAT DEPARTMENT Fryers, Lb 57c Can Biscuits, 2 Cans 25c Chief Oleo, Lb 24c Sweet Sixteen, Lb 24c Corn King Bacon, Friday Noon . 40c MISSION STREET GROCERY 525 MISSION PHONE 117 Waco, Tcxas-(/P)-Go). Zack T. He became ill late yesterday Miller. 74, who with his brothers! ctor was sum- once owned the largest ranch in j Oklahoma, died loclay. Miller, who lost the famed 101 Ranch near Ponca City to mortgage companies in the 1930's, had been j l l since! laM summer. \ He died at Hillcrcsl Hospital i in Waco. At his bedside was his son, Zack, Jr., of Ponca City, and his daughter, Mrs. James Gibbs of Valley Mills, Texas. He was a pioneer of the old Wild West and the last of three brothers who built the ranch and the M i l l e r Wild West Show into nationally k n o w n attractions. Be I ore the ranch became involved in l i t i g a t i o n it was composed of 110,000 acres. Miller had been ill ever since a donkey trompcd on him last summer while lie was trying iu load it onto a trailer. He had been a f a m i l i a r sight at cattle iuiclions in his later years--the closest l:e could ever get to cattle, he said. A Negro boy pushed him around a wheel chair. Miller was in the spotlight in 1930 when he won a $90,000 breach of contract suit against Tom Mix, cowboy actor. In 1933, the Kay County Court ordered Miller jailed for alleged f a i l u r e to pay alimony io Mrs. M i l l e r , whom he divorced in 193(1. W i l - liam H. ( A l f a l f a Bill) M u r r a y , ! governor -of Oklahoma, issued military pardon for M i l l e r and j j sent a National Guardsman !o re- I lease the ranchman from jail. Garland V. Pritchard Springrialc - (Special) - Garland V. Pritchard of R o u t e 4, Snring- riale, died this morning in Washington County Hospital. He was born at Huntsvllle July 16, 1886. and moved to Spriimdalo 2fi years ago. f\p. is survived by his wife, Mrs. Pearl Warln Pritchard; one son, Harvic, of the home; .three daughters, Mrs. Thomas Eldririgc of Lowell, Mrs. EIrion Blakemnre of Springdale and Mrs. Oliver Trr- ry of Springdale; one sister. Mrs. A. T. Brooks nf ColHnsvillc, Okla.; 18 grandchildren and five great- grandchildren. He was a member of the Baptist Church. Funeral services w i l l be held to morrow at 2 p. m., at the Callison- Sisco funeral Home chapel by the Rev. 11. H. Davis of Fayetleville, w i t h burial in Friendship cemetery. Milt Edith Fuller Miss Edith Fuller, 70, died at 7 p. m., yesterday at her home following a long illness. She was a long time resident of I'aycttcvillc coming here in 1D10 from San An rr o''\ TOXP*:. Slip \vps born in Howcll, Texas, January 14, 1881. She was a member of the Methodist Church. Surviving her arc three sisters, Mrs. John Skillern of the home, Mrs. Doy Nix of .Fayclteville, nnd Mrs. Kay Kimbell of Fort Worth. HONORS "POINT" - Above are views of both sides of a new medallion commemorating the 150th inniversary of the United Slates Military Academy, West Point, N. Y. Face of Ihe rnerltl- lion, top, bears the A.-Ariemy'i official coat nt arms. Other sirie shows, a symbolic mlerpictntlon o/ military and educational aimi of t'.e Institution. .rociei TO HELP YOU LIVE BETTER FOR LESS! Arendalt English Peas -^ Green Beans Avonda " Brand. Cut. Packert 2 No. 30) cant 2Sc 2 No. 303 cant 25c No. 303 ' cant 2St ». Purple Hull Peas Ltr 2 BlackeyePeas LtT 2 N ;;,n 3 , OJ Deep Brown Beans., 1 ^ 2 !£·«. Crushed Pineapple* 0 :,' Kroger Crackers «.', Monlt No. 2 I. can 25c sh and box 25c Kr/lflOr Mt!L Evaporated + tall mOyer nilK Vi.amin .nrich«d. / can. J3c The super-fresh loaf. Buy two and save. KROGER BREAD HUNT'S PEACHES ORANGE JUICE rin 7 4pkgs25c Candy Slices or halves in heavy tyrup. 20-oz. loaf No. 2'/2 can Donald Duck Brand. Rich natural flavor. 15c 25c 25c . 25c 46-oz. can A J D "jj- A i l ,i ' * "*~ ~~"~ ·^^mmm^mw mfVtmSf O DOTS And Puddings. All flavors *, .· ft * .. . , 3C tiz*, all tavorite brands. y / ? ld ? r T flT ' ssus ' 3rolls25c Pound Cake, each . . 25c Tough, soft, To.lcr tissue KrO9 . f Bak . d Go|de|| ^ Sffl 9 ^' ^w Meat 1 « = ' 25e Meat Balls ' 15-oz. can 25c Chef Boyardce brand. With sauce. With Spahgetti, Austex Brand. Toilet Soap, 3 bath bars 25c Perk Dog Food, 2 cans 25c All Dooular brands. Th« dogs lave it «tr« Select T A , b *4 QQ Quality J U bag ^ 1 . 3 0 Grapefruit, 3 for . . 29c Fresh Greens, Ib. . . . 19c Jumbo 46 sue, lots of juice. Muitord or Turnip. Oranges, 8-lb. bag . . 45c Bananas, Ib 15c Kroger quality. Golden ripe. HOLLY BRAND, 4 to 6 Ib. avg. In Visking. RED POTATOES SMOKED PICNICS Ib. Spare Ribs Small, lean, mealy. Pork Hocks 8mok«d, lino lor m.tmlng. lb.49 Piece taon Purll.n, 1 I. 4 Ik. lb.29 SlkedBicon Iwlft tWHt flllh.l, DllKl. Ib. 29c Bologna Sllctd. Top quilllgr. lb.49 Ocein Perch muii. rinni quiiitr. 39c ft. 4* ft. 45*

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