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January 7, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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Germans To Continue Paying Part Of Bill For West's Troops Bonn, Germany - M'i - Western* officials \nAi\y salri .IHe Ccnnnns h»ve ajjrccrt In continue nayinu p»rl of Iht bill fnr western troops in dcrmany, even a f t e r a pence leltlcment Is «l«nrr] with the Allies. The United Slate?. Br.iUIn mid France probably wi'.h promise in return to reduce tills German fi- ntncl»l . o u t l a y when German - vtuniiy take Hie field returner! from Wichita, K a n . where they jprnt the holldiivs, Mrs. J, W. H i l l spent Wednesday altcrnoon In r'ayotlcville on business. Mrs. Ccbrgr. H i l l , Injured In » Inli )el(irc Christinas, ix fiir.iin teaching ni;mu and art classes. They Wont To Draft Her No Trice Fond Of Cimdiiii Berty, Mbsing hi Florida " j Heavy Navy Bomber p/rfof'1M six-nation Kuropran i Test "$fltisfoCtOry" Ann.v, it w»s reported. · j ' . .Allied 'officials 'disclosed yesler- diy thai Wral Gcniwn m i l i t a r y leaders have complelcd secret plans for a d r a f t army, conscrlpled on American line?. for their contribution .1" the European force. I^IC. plans call for a m a x i m u m fptrc of 12 divisions. * Along with f u t u r e reduction in (jkrinan funds I,i: AiiftC'Ics^r.'-Tcst pilot Hubert IJMccr l(xljiv (If^scrllu'd us "vrj'v .·uiii.sfftdnry' 7 ihc lira test f l i g h t of t h r Norih Ammi-mi X A 2 J - J Siiv- i jifjc, heaviest of the Navy's nirrier- biisi'd bmnhui*. ; With Bilker and ;inolhcr company pilot 1 , Charles I'riajje, at the ronlrols, tho t w i n cnfiine ; turbn- prop bomber WHS in the air for 32 minuter: ycjterriay on a f l l R h t from · for the Allied tftftps, the three occupation pmv- I n t e r n a t i o n a l Airport io Kdwanls ' «lso arc expected then to free j Air Force Base. Germans of levies for the sup- ,A|recilient by the Germans to Ajere the cost of we.slern trooj)s dn'thctr soil after they win ncar- anverclsnty clears away one of the major hurdles to a "pence ionlrHct" with the Allies. } Western officials agree the Ger- rtians clearly cannot continue payments 'On the present scale while financing -T 12-dlvlslon army, Hut these officials feel that it will take i^t least a year for the Germans to frit their fint troops In the field, and during this period, German .4rms expense* will be 'rmich than those of. America, and France.. Grove If est Pork \ llr. and Mrs, K. L. .Wheeler returned Thursday iflernoon from Texii, where they had spent 18 days. i fhe Klowcr G«rlen Club will rjieet at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the Home Kconomlcs Building. · i Miu Join Hill has returned to fiyetteville, where nhe Is · student Hi the University 1" »J!!?, M r '- T - B - Gin-nctt H.V.! i I , , , ._ J= ~ r . t , ,.,,,,,. _ The P. T. A. met at the .school Wednesday with Charles Cross, director of (lie University Training School, nu principal speaker. He discussed, "What's New in Education." Mrs. E. II. Cook led the opening prayer, and Miss Mary Bell Thornton presented a piuno solo. Miss I'hoi'bc Harris has returned to Little Hock after visiting here. She Ix home demonstration agent for Northwest Arkansas. The 4-11 Club met Wednesday al the grade school auditorium. The boys were taught how to f i l l out club record sheets. Girla learned how to convert cigar boxes Into sewing kits. Thcyfwcre t a u g h t by MinK- Betty Jane Baker, assistant h o m e demonstration »eem. .lames Patty 1ms returned to Joncsboro after spending the holidays with his parents, the Kev. and Mrs. S. 0. I'atly. He I.-: a music instructor al Arkansas State Cot- ICBC. Mr. and Mrs. P h i l i p Vandevcr have returned to Fort Worth, TCXH.I, after vUllliif; Mr. Vandever's paVenU and slslrrs. The ncv. G. C..BIdwcll allendcd * mcetlim of Washburn Presbytery Mrs Joe Willie Riluy, above, a Chirairo Gold Star mother, displays a d r a f t notice to report for induction January 0. Mrs. Riley, classified 1A by a Draft Hoard, has received frequent notices and said she's ready to go I n t o service if the government continues its efforts to draft her. She lost one .son in World War II, and has another in the Civi! A i r Patrol. at Fort Smith Thursday. I the campus after .spending Ihe Mr. and Mrs. C l a u t l Nations | holidays with his uncle, Dr. Krank arc now in charcc of the Prairie | lu ^' M Grove water department office. Mr. Nations has been employed by the Southern Grocery for the past year. DoUBlas C u m m i n g s has returned from Hugo, Okla., where he visited hi.* daughter, Mrs. A l v i n Bell. Mrs. ^nmmlngs, also a guest of her d a u g h t e r , went from Hugo to Monroe, Ln,, where she will spend the w i n t e r with Mr. and Mrs. Harroll Webster. Kodney H l g g n l l , who returned last week from Anchorage, Ala., has enrolled al Northeistcrn Oklahoma Teachers College, Tahlc- iiuah, Okla. Dean Mollaiv, also a student there, has relumed to Dolly Ann McCormicl;, J u a n l t a Beaty and Billy Rutherford have returned to the University after spending the. holidays at their homes here. Bill H'jtehlns returned Wednesday to St, LouU, where he is employed. Mrs. Huttbins remained for a longer visit w i t h her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hardage. To Bin UemonnlraUon* G u a t e m a l a , Guatei:iala-(/l')-ln- terior Minister Kicardo Chavez says the leftist-dominated Guatemala Biivcrnmcnt has decided to ban anli-Communist .demonstrations. Miami, FJn.-W'l-The mystery of ( he Canadian beauty who vanished . while fishing in the Florida (Ccyj deepened today and her hus- aand was reported near collapse. "They've got to find my wife," said George LcMay, holding back the tear;. "They've sot to." South Florida law enforcement officers were doing everything possible to locate Mrs. Hughueltc LtMay, 21, member of a well- known Montreal French-Canadian f»mliy. Her brother, Raymond Daoust, young Montreal criminal lawyer, and the husband worked closely with Deputy Sheriff Jamei Barker in an attempt to solve the case. This was their problem: HuKhuctte and her husband, a 28-year-old Montreal rea; estate dealer, were fishing on the south side of Tom's Harbor Bridge No. 4 on the Overseas Highway, about 12 miles north of Marathon Friday who was wearing shorts and hal- who was wearing shorts and hal, Icr, left George to go back to their convertible and change into dungarees. The distance was about 150 yards. The night was dark and overcast. HiiKhuctte walked along the narrow, cement strip on the south side of the bridge and vanished. Later,' her shorts were found in the car and a pair of dungarees, a green jacket and a white T- shirt were mksing, i n d i c a t i n g she had changed her clothes. Her brother and relatives in Montreal said they were convinced she had been kidnaped and possl- blv taken to Cuba. Carmen LcMay, 24, a sister-in- law of the missing girl, said Montreal that Hughuctte "was very much in love with her husband and 'would never have left him voluntarily." Daoust has offered $51)0 reward for any clue as to her whereabouts. I 6»M Metal-Pillsbury tr Kiteta (rift Save! Week Low Prices Day E Cane Sugar Domino or Godchaux Packed in Clean Factory Pack Bags. . 10-lb. Bag 83 Hindsville Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Smalley's holiday guests were Mr. Smalley's parents and brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. .1. C. Smalley. Fort Smith, and Ma.i. anl "Mrs. Kenneth 11. Peterson and son, Ken. of fort Hood, Texas. Hindsville scl-»l reopened after the holidays on Wednesday, January 2. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Proctor and daughter, Huberta Ann, visited their son-in-law anl daughter. Mr, and Mrs. Rohert Trethaway, in Kansas City last week. Out of town ^members f, the Kills f a m i l y who visited Mrs, Stella E. Mason during the holidays were: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ellis and daughter, Colcne, of St. Louis, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Carter of West Fork; Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel F. (Pat) Patrick and family, of Huntsville; Mrs. N'ellie Kills, of Checotah, Okla.; Miss Virginia Lee Ellis) and W. L. Tay- lor of Randlctt, Okla. C. M. Miller of Fort Smith spent the holidays in the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Linebargcr. Miss Eula Mae Davis visited friend* in Fort Smith, Ark,, last week. 1952 y EAR to Wf£N$E More planes, more guns, more armaments of all kinds! That is the need we have this year. For in our battle against tyrannical aggression strength is as necessary as the very air we breathe. And, in order to rearm ourselves, more savings are needed than ever before. Join your nation in defense by saving as much of your income as possible. Let us help you open an account. Save -- the American way to Success!* FIRST NATIONAL BANK FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS Member Ftdtral Hwirvt Insurant* Carp. Federal Reserve System Bacon Armour's Banner Tray-Packed in Factory Packages Pound Package Margarine Dalcwood Colored and Enriched and Packed in Quarters. Pound Package 1O "^ Franks Beans Treet Soup 'Crackers Peaches Oranges £± Ib. Western Skinless for Good .Eating Brown Beauty. 16-oz. Mexican Style Can Armour's or Reg. Swift Prem Con Campbell's Tomato . . Busy Baker. Partition Pack Highway Sliced or Halves. Florida R.g. . .Can Lb. . Box Large Can 8-lb. lag 43c lOc 39c lOc 29c 25c 45c Crisco Salmon Fresh, Medium Size in Cartons. or Snowdrift Shortening . 49c Gold Cove Chum Salmon. . . Pillsbury, White or Dark Wesson Oil Shortening y -- ,, ' Choice Arkansas Grown Sweets. . Doz. 3-lb. Can Can pkg 29c 64c 3 c. b n79c Ib. lOc Prices Good T«ws. f Wed., Thurs. OUR ·memo POLICY lewir will m«l lh« lowni ttmtttti price el emr com- ·ettter, turn »r lien, i»r r tn, ene kr eree. e.iulUr ·»' " W eMttbeedbe e« SAFEWAY We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities. Nothing Sold For Resale BOYS' DEPARTMENT MAIN FLOOR January CLEARANCE SALE GREAT REDUCTIONS -- All merchandise listed is clean and popular brands. Come early tomorrow for these exceptional values. -- BOYS' JACKETS-- $1S.95-$16.95 Values -- Now $12.00 $12.50-$12.95 Values -- Now Sizes 4-20 Good Selection $9.00 TOPCOATS WOOL GABARDINE $15.95-$24.95 Values Six Only NOW Sizes 6, 8, 10, 12 PRICE -- SPORT COATS -- $16.95 Values Sizes 12 to 18 NOW Rayon Gabardine -- Brown - Tan - Blue -- COAT SWEATERS -- 12 Only -- All Wool NOW Platoon Sweaters. $7.95-$8.95 Values Colors--Red, Red and White, Purple and Whit* SPORT SHIRTS Values to $2.95 NOW ONLY $1.50 Long Sleeve Cotton Flannel and Prints Sizes 4-18 - SPECIAL PURCHASE - MUNSINGWEAR SHORT SLEEVE TEE SHIRTS Values to $1.65 only 4V0 g-10-12 only 8V£ Buy Several for This Summer and Say* - WINTER CAPS - ONE GROUP OF BOYS' OFF CAPS Several Types. Nice Selection. - SWEAT SHIRTS - $1.95 Values NOW J1/J9 These Shirts Stomped with Washington and Leverett School Emblems BOYS' DEPARTMENT

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