Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 8, 1952 · Page 12
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

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Tuesday, January 8, 1952
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...* MycMvM*, ArhmeMt, T»»rfeiy, Jmitsvy .1, 1911 SOLD TO MR. DE GASPERI!-Gen., DwUM D. Eisenhower, supreme commntKlcr of NATO, gcMurcs animatedly as lie puls over a point to Italian Prime Minister Alcide De GiispcH. The niecLinfi took place fll Ike's SHAPE hendnwirters in Rnrciucncourt. Friiiice, where (he subject of a six-power European army was discussed. REMARKABLY LIFELIKE elllgy of a British soldier hangs from a tine ncrosa one of the main streets of Cairo, strung up by Egyptian extremists. Sign rends, "Callows Awaits the Necks of the British." With British determined to remain in the Suez canal zone, extremists j run n front page ad In a Cairo paper offering S2.RQQ reward for anyone j assassinating Lt. (J»*i. Sir George Krpkine, British commander in Sue?., I and $280 for any British officer killed. (httcrnationnlJ5o»ndphoto) New Year's Party On Liner Gayest In Writer's Memory (Kd Mole: Thif Is .-i series of articles by Kcl Vamie- vuitcr, F'nyctlcvillc wrilcr, dc- ncribing /or TIMES reader* his impressions of a South American tour.) . By El) VANUFVKNTER . .Aboard (he Santa Mnrin, Below tht Equator, Jan 1-- If you would ' like to kncrtv what fun it, · help welcome the new year n Hoard an Report of the Coridillen of BANK OF ELKINS CUtlni, Wilkinson County, Ark. ·At the clone of business Hoc. 3J, IJjSi, a Stale banking Institution fiffisrittcd and operating under the banking laws of this Stale. Published In accordance with n call made by the Slate Bank Commis- lioncr. . . Loans and Discounts... _$129.7J3. 00 Loans on Rca? Eslnlc.,. 78,108.00 U. S. not ..pledged _ . . ..... _ 368,800.1)0 .furniture ami Fix turn 1.00 Binklns Houte ....... l.UO Cash and Due from ·Approved Reserve Banks .. r __ ......... 284.485.7S TOTAL ...... ____ : . _ . $878,1 08.75 LIABILITIES Commnn Stock ____ ..$ 25,000.00 Surplus Fund, certified 40,000.00 Undivided Profits, Net J.090.Q1 Savings Ar- ·counts ___51B8,9G2.04 individual Deposits, including . Public Funds ... 621.M7.10- Tolat Amount of all Classes Deposits as Above . S h o w n .. $811,103.14 811.10U.14 TOTAL.... ........ _____ S87R,10U.75 State of Arkansas, ) ' · Jss. County of Washington I I, J. E. nuilch, PrpsiricJil and Cashier of the above numctl Bank, do solemnly swear t h a t the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. .!. K. B U N C H , Pi'CM'.lpn! nnd Cashier. AUcsl: Hoc Slbkcnbury, .?. C. Reed. Clyde West. Etlylh U Hunch, Directors. Subscribed an'd-Mvoru id 'before me this 5lh day ol JanUHry,. 193'J. My 'Commission 'expires August 9th, 1052. · (SEAL) H. H; GRIFFITH, 8-lt-c Notary Public ocean liner. My expcrinnrp oh the Sanla Marin was Hie gayest In my memory. \Vc had two uppcliKcrs tinforc dinner, and saw a picture at 0 p.m 1 .--"The Brave Bulls," based on n well k n o w n book and showing n i l there Is to k n o w about bull fighting. The dialogue ' W H S in English w i t h the some words on the screen in Spanish, 50 we who are studying t h a t language had the best of lessons. Ship's whfstlcs Inld us we were crossing Ihe equator at 11:10 p.m. Then the fun really began. Flags of every nation in Inn Western Hemisphere were on the walls of the d i n i n g room. Hundreds of balloons were .suspended from the ceiling. Gay caps, horns, u t c , were on the tables for Ihc pnsscngcrs. Those who had been r i d i n g Ihe water wagon fell o f f , for this was to be n night of revelry. nit Of Slnrlnir The cruising correspondent of the TIMES rlnnc.ed w i t h lovely women from London, 'the good old U.S.A., from Chile mid from Peru, And wo did n bit of singing. We persuader! the Chileans to rlo u n l i v e dances. They arc most hospitable and seem cvrr to be in a goorl humor. One played nit accordion beau- t i f u l l y . He alternated between popular U n i t e d Stales tunes an.l those of Chile. We could not join in the songs sung in Spanish, but they could sing in English ns well jiS.those of us from llic U.S.A. and f m n i Kngland. I t makes one ashamed to rcwlixc t h a t only in the Uiiitcd Stales do people speak liut one tongue. Kvcn those Londoners aboard could have joined in the singing, had it been in French, ' Getting In bed at 4:30 n.m., I had breakfast at fl:3() a.m. This is being written at 9:30 a.m. Now we're ready for Ihe. t r i p up the rivqr to Quaquil, Ecuador. Conway Voi« On M*ltn Conu'R.v, Ark.-(/l*)-Conwrty votes on p a r k i n g meters today. Hrsi- dcnls here turned down p a r k i n it mclws in a close vole in 1949. At least seven Arkansas towns in- M.'illI'd parking meters in IflSl, i n c 1 u d i n g Newport, Soarcy, Snringrialc. Malvcrn. MorriHon, Mnrlanna and McGchcr. Twenty- eight Arkansas cities and towns now have meters. Malenkov Receives Special Attention From Soviet Big-Wigs On 50th Birthday Moscow-(/P)-G corgi M. M n l c n - kov, deputy premier of the Soviet Union, been mo fid years old todiiy --rind Ihf! Ktivornmcnt, Communist p a r t y , «nd press marked his n n n i - vnrsary w i l h a w n r n i l h t h a t net him aside* as something special in the Russian hierarchy. Newspapers published big pictures on front pngc.s. The government awarded him tin: Order of Lenin, highest Soviet decoration. The C e n t r a l . Committee of the Communist party and the gnvern- mcnt'fi 'Council of Ministers Kent greetings praising him fis n "true pupil of Lenin" ;mrf'lifelong f i g h t - er for Communism. Malenkov is a protege of Premier Stalin. Ho busses the parly machinery, which Stalin also controlled In his rise to power. He appeared on Stalin's right nl the May Day celebration, adding to speculation among western experts on Russian politics l h a t the a g i n g Stalin was h a n d i n g over some of the active control of the Soviet U n i n M tn Malenkov and Lavronty P. Bcria, who controls the state police. Malonkov Is one of the topmost Turns the Tables MALENKOV f i g u t c s in the Soviet government. He f u l f i l l s major assignments for j the party and Ihe government di- j rcctly under Stalin. Besides being a deputy premier, he is one of the secretaries of the j Central Committee of the Russian! j Communist party and is a mcm- I bcr of the Politburo, top policy- I making organ nf the Soviet Union. Vyaehcsliiv Mololov, long rc- I gardcd as number two man toSta- · l i n , has been noliccubly slipping j in the last two or three years. \ Mototov is credited by diplomatic observers with drawing up the Soviet policy of constant bclligcr- 1 cnl pressure on the non-Communist world. Malenkov, like Stalin, is an advocate of caution. ,. .. Obituary Reserve Stqtus Needs Clearing, Smothers Says Washlnxton-Wj-SenatorSmath- crs (D-Fla) said today he would introduce a bill to "end the stepson role of the reservist." He said his bill would classify reservists 50 each will know whether he Is subject to recall I n , military duty. It would set at 24 band. Pat Fincher; six sisters, Mrs. months the l i m i t for involuntary Id« Smith and Mrs. M-ry Hale, service except in times of war or emergency. Ready reserves could be 1 recalled b y presidential ' c t i o n alone, but .'standby and retired reservists could be recalled only when Congress declares war or an emergency. Mrs. Jotsie M«y fincher Mrs. Jessie May finchcr, 60, lifelong resident of the Black Oak community on Route 5, Fayctte- villc, died about 2 o'clock this morning in her home. She born March 3, 1330. at Sulphur City, Ark., the daughter o f ' H u g h and Effie Laymon. · She is survived by her Bridges Named Floor Leader For Republicans both of Bentonville, Mrs. Annie Harris of Faycttcvillr, Mr.-:. Gladys Bobbins and Mrs. Daisy Harris, both of Elkins, and Mrs. Carrie Harris of Wichita, Kan.; t h r e e brothers, Jack and Claudr Laymon, both of Wichita, and Otto Laymon of Pueblo, Colo.; two grandchildren, Dayton Stratton and Mrs. Nadinc Holt, both of Faycttevillc; and one great grandchild. Funeral service will be conducted Thursday at 2 p. m. in the Strain Church by the Rev. Donald Walker a n d ' the Rev. Howard Pritchard: B u r i a l will be in the Strain cemetery, under the di- , Washington-(/P)-Senator Bridges of New Hampshire was elected floor leader, for Republican senators today by a 2fi to 15 vote. He ,. , ,, -. _ was opposed by Senator Salton-1 '' cctl °n of Moore s Funeral Chapel. stall of Massachusetts, who is p u b - ! licly barking Gen. Dwight D. I Rex Holmon Eisenhower for the Republican presidential nomination. Bridges succeeds the late Senator Wherry of Nebraska as floor leader. Springdalc-(Special)-Rcx Hoi- man, 3G, died at the County Hospital Monday morning following an illnce-s of nine months. He was burn at Middleton, Ark.. April 9, 1914. He was a member o( the Church of God in Springdale. Surviving him arc his wife, Elma Hohnan; his mother, Mrs. IW-dia Holman; two sons, Jimmy Dale and William Hex; one step- violent is°n, Roy Allen Wilburn, all of Coal Miners In Norway Shaken By Explosions Oslo, Norway-l/l')-Two vie . . explosions shook two separate 'he home; five brothcis, Jack and on Norway's Arctic Islands yesterday, coal mines Spitsbergen k i l l i n g 15 mine workers. District ovcrnor H a k o n Balstad of Spitz- lergen said sabotage was unlikely but its possibility "may not be excluded." Strike Continues In Canal Zone Section Port Said. Kgypt-(4')-Egyptian orkcrs for the Suez Canal Com- iny today stayed away from jobs Hi Port Said for the second Donis Holman of Johnson, Carl, James and J. B. Holman, all of Springdalc; one sister, Mrs. Lillian Lane of Hindsville. Funeral services arc todav at 4 p. m. in the chapel of the Callison-Sisco Funeral Home by the Rev. Paui Watson, pastor of the Church of the Nazarcnc, with burial in the Wilson cemetery. Arrangements arc in charge of the Callison-Sisco Funeral Home. Pallbearers are Roy Gilbert, Clifton Thomas, Marvin 'turner, Paul Litton. Bruce Parker, and Ernest Griffis. day. The walkout could lie up at least southbound shippini! through I David B.rrv frum,,TM,!,.. the canal unless the British Navy, I ° '" D * rrv '·"""packer which hns been running some! Springdale - (Special) - Funeral services for David Berry Crumpacker 'who died at his hnmc in vy, . ,, some! canal operations!' takes'over the jobs of striking workers. The Navy announced last night it would do its best to keep Fhipping I moving through the canal. I Sprimjdalt Sunday following a short illness, will be held tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock ,in the chapel of the Callison-Sisco' Funeral Home, by the Rev.-Stanley Jordan, pastor of the First Baptist Church. Graveside services will be conducted at the Bluff cemetery by the IOOF Lodge. Pallbearers will, be Lloyd Francisco Roy McCamcy, W a 11 e r Mays, Byron Smith, Charles. McQueen and Lorcn Pcndctgmfl. Arrangements arc in charge of the Callison-Sisco Funeral Home. Snull BiuineMM Helpful Washington-(/P)-T h e general Services Administration reported today that small businesses supplied nearly one-third of the materials purchased by 40 civilian government agencies in the year which ended- last June 30. The glass-glowing industry has been in existence for about 6,000 years. Senator Georgi To Oppose Tax Boosts Washington-I/Pi-Senator George ID-Gai, chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, said .today he , Is not going to support « nc\y general tax boost under anv circumstances-he can foresee in 1!)52. George declared Congress should begin considering tax reductions by next year. Not .white, not wheat, not rye, but a flavor blend of all three-Junge's Roman Meal Bread. 11-lS-tf PLAN TO BUILD Sti Our MitnilL Git Our Price*. Try Our Serrrce. DYKE LUMBER CO. 301 Si. Ch«rlM WHO FIXES RADIOS? We've Been Serving You 20 Years SMITH RADIO SHOP The Company HOME Of BETTER HEARING NORTHWEST ARKANSAS' ONLY LOCAL COMPLETE OFFICE Free Audiometric Tests Batteries, Cords and Supplies Hearing Aid Repair Service 17 N. Locust Phone 1026 Fayetteville, Ark. Housing Units Planned Camdcn, Ark. - (/P) - Contracts will be awarded soon, - f o r construction of 500 federal housing u n i t s in the Camdcn-Shumaker area, home of a big naval ammunition depot., Eight Girdles Stolen Little Rock, Ark.-(/P)-BurKlars stole eight girdles from a clothing store last night. The Mirmnc I n d i a n s of Nova Scotia number about 3,400, approximately the same as their es- limated population in (he early 1600's. H r i l n i n ' s I'rincoss Elir.abeth was given two beaver skins mi her IT- cent visit to Winnipeg, Canada. UN NEGOTIATOR MnJ. Gen. Howard M. Turner turns the tnhlo? on news photographers nl Pn Mun Jom ns he starts to t r a i n hK camera on them. Turner Is shown titling In n car. (International} Come sec the roomiest cur In Amrric* at anywhere near its low, low. price-the big, beautiful Nash Statesman that delivers more than 25 miles to the gallon at average highway speed. Available with such wonderful luxury features as Airliner Reclining Scat, 1 win Reds, \Vcalhcr Hyc Conditional Air System and three transmission choices, including Hydra-Malic Drive. Come in and trade for the biggest buj of all. MOTOft5 12S W, Mountain Sl. r Fay^fevHIe Cfirp , fltltfltl .IJ. Hitl C* tl I Mnil TUltfl TOMY! Tim* has com* for tht 71 D r i v e - 1 n Theatre to close up and go South with the Robins: We are very grateful to all our Friends for their patronage during the past season, and far the many nice things they have said about th« 71 Drive-In Theatre. This makes us very happy. During th- winter may we suggest you see some of the excellent movies coming to the down town thoctrti, because movies ore very good for your physical relaxation a n d mental well-being. Bye new. See you next spring--and t h a n k s f o r biing so nice. Yours-- Henry (Doc) Seamans, Manager. 71 Drive-la Theatre A limited number of graduates nf the U. S. Naval Academy may ; be commissioned as second lieutenants in the U. S. Marine Corps. We take pride in having printed SOME OLD FAYETTEVILLE HOMES By W. J. Lemke We hove a few copies of this booklet for sale at 50 cents each McROY McNAIR FAYETTEVILLE PRINTING COMPANY, Cravens Bldg., East Center St. ENDS TONITE if 0 Z A R K Bob Hope in "MY FAVORITE SPY" Starts W.dntiday -- 1:30 3:31 5:32 7:33 9:34 SHE WAS Sccte OF HER INTENTIONS... she wanted to be WOOED AT like a woman-NOT COOED AT like a kid! NEWS PONY EXPRESS PALACE NOW SHOWING 1:42 3:31 5:36 7:33 1:30 Law ol the Bldlandi 9 Muiicil Memoiii I I A D I/ * LAST TIME TONICHT * UAKIV "FLAME of ARABY" Starts Wedntsday -- Open 6:45 ' Shows 7:00-9:00 THE KING OF ROGUES AND THE,. QUEEN OF HIS HEART! . . Gambling Their lives on the Toss of o Stolen Coin! HAYWARDI M AJfDTHE MEDINA Suzanne Dalboil · Tom lully Latest Ntwt Events Candid Mike Hollywood Comedians

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