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January 4, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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VHT UOUkHlM mm, ArkMM» FrU*y, Jemveiry 4, 1*52 Ke* Law Asked Belore Opening Jelfare Rolls | Commissioner Says i Safeguards Needed ·;·;· TJo Prevent Misuse "' Llilic Rock-f/Pl-Arkansa.-' public welf ire commissioner amiounc- «.: yesterday lhaf Mate welfare frilii will not he opened to (lie public until specific "safeguards" (re provided by .the IcRisialurc. 1 Mrs. Henry BclhtlL also w a r n - , Id thai the ilalc mny lose federal Welfare funds unless legislation w · adopted to deny use of fhf folli for "commercial and political" 'purposes. '·' S h e - s a i d ' A . J. Altmcycr, commissioner of the Federal Security Afency in Washington, nigReslcd " the specific Icitlslallon. i Ally. Gon. Ike Murry previously. i»ld the rolls may lie .opened for Inspection without IcRlslatlon. a? long: at 'they arc nqt used for fcommcrrlal or polillcal" purposes. * Altmeycr wrote Mr.-i. n-ihcll Jh3t stale leglstiitlon .was rcqul.-fd by- Congress ; ; ' .. : . St Million Spent -i SlVs. Bcthcll also announced j'f^Jerday that "more than 32 million dollars was spent by the xvcl- |«r« Department .during the past fiscal year. . : 'i She submitted a report to.Gov. jacMilh pointing to the Increasing 'toumber ot "aon-producllvc" Ar- kansns' residents- over 65 years and urn'-- five. . ' s She taid that about 7.8 per tent 0'f Uie slate's population depended Upon public aid nt the bcglnnlni; if '(he ll|50-51 fifical year, which ·Wai four' per cent above, the nn- ' jioBal welfare pcrcchtniics. Belvedere Pace-Setting Plymouth PLAN TO IUILD ' Our, Prlen. Our lerwe, ·DYKE LUMIER CO. : Ml tt. Chart** TOP CASH PIKE U tO\M HJtNITUM AT MOS. AUCTION ·"»AU IVMY SATURDAY Sentences Of Six, Four Found Guilty Of Murder, Commuted 1951 Proves Busy, Profitable Year For Marriage Industry In Benton County Bcnlonvillc-(S|eclal)-Tho year 1051 was a busy one .for Uenlon County's ' thriving . jnarrldBC Industry. In all, 3,923 marriaRo 11- ..CCJISCK were Issued by the office of County Clerk R u t h Wharton-the majority of Ihem on waivers. ·Business wasn't q u i t e as brisk ns in 1050 when 3,1144 licenses were -rushed out, but Benton County's sales managed to lop Ihosc of Pulaski County--Arkansas's IxrR- c:;l- more than three times. Pulaski Issued 1,221) licenses as com- pared'to B'enton's 3,923. Mrs. Wharlon said last year's figure would have easily topped the 1050 mark had her office not been closer! over the Christmas holidays--always a rush period. The total revenue from marriage licenses has not been compiled for 1951. However, in 1050 the licenses accounted for almost all of Ihc income of the clerk's o l f l r e o-$l4,19B.'iO of the $17,527 totah Pother Of Ransomed American Flier Dies Syracuse, N. Y. - (/I 1 ) - John .1. Swift, Kr., fiS, died last night of cancer, Ihree days utter his flier- son had reached his'bedside from a prison in Communist Hungary. Capt. John ,1; Smith,'.Jr., one of four A in c r I c a n airmen "ransomed" by the United Stales government last week, was with his father when death came. Captain HOW ·MOWING 1:14 S:ll 7:2t l:0 OliRK NANCY HOLDEN- OLSON FRANK LOVEJOY Cartoon Cat Choo PALACE MOW SHOWING DOUBLE FEATURE Stria! Cartoon ROYAL Today k Saturday OPEN 1:45 FRIDAY · SHELLEY' WINTERS In "SOUTH SEA SINNER" "' LLOYD BRIDGES In "LITTIE BIG HORN" Serial Car loon I I A D \f * LAST TIME TONIGHT * UAKtV "The LADY fAYS OFF^ ,_ Stortt Saturday Open 12i4S Sat. Sun. WILD ADVENTURE RIDES THE BURNING SANDS! Oul of Ihe vast Sahara comes a daring story of a tempestuous Princess -/i- -- and'the Warrior Sheik who challenged a desert empire »· MMAN CAWT · ION CHAMY · IUDDV1AM t wwrr PLAr · EVERY DOO HAI HII DAY Swift, 34, arrived by a i r from Germany Monday on emergency lejive, Blytheville's New Mayor Serves As Own Police Chief Blylhcvlllc. Ark.-(/!'Han Blnd- j;clt, who took office this week as Blythcvillo's f i r s t f u . l t f m o mayor, has fired" Police Chief Jolin Foster as the initial step in ;i general rcoi-Riiniiation of city departments. Blodgclt, who currently is KUpervisins the Police Department personally, said two other posts in the department will be abolished, .but that a new chief will be hired. Wife Of Bombing Victim At Miami, Fla., Dies Sftnforrt, F1a.-{/T)-Thc wife of Harry T. Moore, Negro leader killed when his home was bombed Christmas night, died of a blood clot late Thursday, Dr. George H. Slarkc said the woman had been improving stendlly from injuries suffered in the bombing u n t i l .she left the hospital »gainst his advice to sec Moore's body In n funeral home here . Moore, 46, Florida Kecrciary of the N a t i o n a l Association for Ihc Advancement of Colored People, was buried New Year's Day in a cemetery near his bombed home in Miami. L i t t l e G i r l Little J^oclt-(/I')-Scntcnc;s of six Arkansas penitentiary inmates, four of them convicted of murder, have been commuted by Governor McMath. They include: Joel Carson, convic'ed of first degree murder in Pulaski County November 25, 1938, life sentence commuted to 21 years. Osa Lee Harris, Negro, con- videcl of second degree murder in Mississippi County, November (i, 1942, reduced from 21 years in 13. | Cli ude Holleman, convicted of i second degree murder in Ouach-! IU County November 4, 1848, re-, duced from 21 years to 10 years. I Isih Edmonson, NcKro, convicted of first degree murder in , Crittenden County February 26, 1929, commuted from life lo time served. j Rcbcrt L. Gerlach, convicted of assault with intent to rape in Phillips County April 22, 1950, reduced from 10 to two years. ..'ORTH, MISSION STREET PHONE 7!7 Republic Printing Co. BUSINESS STATIONERY OFFICE FORMS SALESSOokS-ltUBBElt STAMPS FEEL AWFUL? DUE TO COLD , MISERIES - /* /* f* symptomatic ODD RELIEF WHO FIXES RADIOS? We've Been Serving Von 20 Years SMITH RADIO SHOP TONITE 7:00-9:00 Fayetteville Kiwanis Club Benefit Show For Underprivileged Children Dan Dailty Anne Baxter in TICKET to TOMAHAWK Admiition $1.00 Per Car 71 Drive-ln Theatre Cartoon Mississippi Swing Among Fighters A g a i n s t Polio Directors of Ihc campaign for j I March of Dimes funds, used to 1 f i n h t i n f ; i n t i l n paralysis, were I chRprrd today. Night before last i they sent out 12,300 CiinlS to be returned filled w i t h coins. Today they were receiving the cards back in goodly numbers. One of the first they received yesterday pleased ihem a great deal. It was from .Innicc Eileen Elltins of R o u t e 3, Fayotleville, and contained 21 pennies. It also contained a ' n o t e In pencil which said: "J am a l i t t l e girl five years old. I didn't have any dimes, but I wish you would accept my pennies. I w a n t to help in my l i t t l e way." The packet was brought in by her grandfather. Said Jack Joyce, city chairman of the drive: "If everybody takes as much interest In the effort to raise money to combat polio as this little girl, we'll have no trouble reaching our quoin." "Little David," perhaps the largest gun ever built, was a 3(i-im-h siege mortar designed by the U.S. Army to help break through Germany's Siegfried Line in World War II. WALT BEACH Guaranteed Watch RepaMflf Wild nnmtfi ClMiMn IS K. Ctntvr ltrt*t FAYITTeVILLI, ARK. , n*n* IMI Out O«i itrvl** L O A N S Llcemed Pawnbroker Expert Watch Repairing ROCHIER'S JEWELRY South Sid* ttquil* BOWL FOR PLEASURE Bcnlon Bowling Lanes--^dv. Used by thousands In reducinc diets--Jungc's Roman Meal bread. 11-19-tf FEEL ACHY? DUE TO COLD . MISERIES^ 666 "gives fait symptomatic RELIEF RELIEF ARTHRITIS, STOMACH AILMfNTS, NEURITIS. DIZZY SPELLS, NERVOUSNESS, BLOATING, RHEUMATISM, HEADACHES, WEAK KIDNEYS, IACH of Vitality. Acm«, Toxlm. AchlnK nack, LumhnRO. Slccplru NlBhUi. 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Mountain Phon* 124 JOHNSON'S PAINTS -- WALLPAPER M I R R O R S ^ -- GLASS SH Green Stamps 25 N. Block St. Phon* 101 , O. H. Tresncr HALL TIRE CO, Flsk Goodyear Tires G.F,. Appliances Sporting Goods - E\SY TERMS II E. Mountain Phon* 2170 111 N. Brack Phem 171 LANERBROS. SHOE SHOP Rand Shoes for Men Trim Tred Shoes for Women Poll-Parret Shoes for Children So. Sid* oi thi Squm Phont 311 · The Best Dressed Women in Fayetteville Will Wear Dresses from long's 10 E. CENTER BEEBE'S JEWELRY The place to buy Nationally Advertised DIAMONDS, WATCHES t SILVERWARE 14 E. C.nl.r Phoni 1011 SINES BODY SHOP Specializing in Body Fender Work Painting -- Safety Glass Upholstering -- Seat Covers 1J7 W. Dictum Phon. 1H "MOM AND POP" COPYRK3H1 1949 - COOPERATTVt ADV. SEHVICt 'I told you to play »af» and tain your beauty problem! lo an* of Rita Brewer's Beauty Shops." If your name appears at the bottom of one of these ads. you and a guest will be admitted free (fed. tax to be paid) to IM "The Lady and the Bandit" at the Uark Theatre next Wednesday, Thursday or Friday. Present some form of identification at the box office to receive your passes. BOHE'S GROCERY QUALITY FOODS CHOICE MEATS -- FREE DELIVERY -- Phon* ill 11* W. Ctnt.r REED GRIFFITH SERVICE Automotive Electricity Carburelion Trlco and Brlgls Strattnn Hlwar Tl S Phon* 111 HOLLAND BROS. LOCKER PLANT "HOMETOWN" Ice Cream * ShfrhcU HOME OF THE DOUBLE-DIP Ml W. DkktM Phene Ml Ihe PIONEER SHOP (Formerly The Tap Spaf) Distinctive Gifts for the Home. Use Your Credit 25 E. Center Phone 1000 RED BALL TRANSFER ft STORAGE CO. -- MOVING -Coast to Coast Packing - Crating · Storag* 111 W. Mountain St. Ph. 4N MODERN HELP-YOURSELF LAUNDRY 16 Maytag Washert Extractor Tumbler Dryer for your convenience HI S. Bleck PhM* »'.» TIRE CHAINS R E P A I R E D -- ANY SIZE MADE -Bring in your tin chaini now tot FHEE INSPECTION SUTTLE ESSO STA. W. ML k School Phoo* 12 "JUG" WHEELER'S DRIVE-IN WE DELIVER PHONE IS« RAY'S FLOWERS GREENHOUSES Hiwar Tl South FOR COMPLETE. BEAUTY SERVICE · RITA'S BEAUTY SALON Botton Slor* Bldg. Ph. 9134 · LA ROSE BEAUTY SHOP 112 N. Colltgt Phon* III ·ROYAL BEAUTY SHOP S. Sid* Squu* Phon* ISIS CITIZENS CLEANERS LAUNDRY Quality -- Service Ml N. Wtit Phon* 2141 WALL ST. ESSO SERVICE STATION ELZA FINCHER and L. L. WINKLE, n«w owntri and op*ralori, infit* you to Tiiil th»m lor Quick, Courteous, Efflcltnl Strrlc*. Ml «»!,'- PHONE 19J1 CARTER'S RADIATOR SHOP CLEANING REPAIRING RECORING 115W W. Center _ Phone 2358 FOR THE FINEST IN NORTHWEST ARKANSAS FRYERS Alk Your Groe« For HAMMOND PROCESSED POULTRY . Highway 71 North Phon* 20(3 OZARK SALVAGE CO. We Pay Cash for Your Scrap Metal Used Auto Parts for Sale Hlwiy 71 South Piirn* 2101 YOUNKIN SONS Wheel Allpilnf ft Balancini Brake Service Khrtr 71 H. Ptane IMI

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