Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 10, 1952 · Page 12
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January 10, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

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Ci HOttW""* AIKANSAI T1MIS, foyrtttviU^AitaflM, Thnr»d«Y, Jamwy 10 ' m * ^ = MacArthur May Speak At GOP Convention WashTnstoii-f/lvThc possibility nf I n v i t i n g Gen. Douglas Mac- A r t h u r to he keynote speaker fit t h e Republican Presidential norni- iifilin?, convention is under discussion by members of. the parly's Executive Cornmitlrr. A prominent GUI' o f f i c i a l saUt he and his r"llc'if;uc.s have talked over such ,-iti invitation to the general. This party member said Maeis almost c e r t a i n to be asked lo m a k e a major speech at it- J u l y convention in any event, in other invited to ·the OOP a contrast -my regulations against political nc- i v i t y and t h a t of Gen. IDwight D. Eisenhower. KiMMihower lias mate it clear Retail Prices Of Butter, Eggs, Other Foods Fall Off Slightly Detail prices of butter, cgqs, citrus f r u i t s , celery and lettuce were lower in most stores this \veck. Chic-liens cost a l i t t l e more in n a n y places, but chances in meat md poultry items generally were i r c x u l a r and well scattered. Lighter shipments of snap beans, Brussels sprouts, carrots, cucumbers, onions, peppers and squash made Ihem a trifle more expensive at retail. Butter and prices varied widely from store to store and city to city, as is frequently Ihc case in an unsettled market. Declines in butter at retail raiiRcd from one lo six cents a pound. shoppers. vitation to Hat-Arthur In keynote i fence. Senator Douglas (D-I11) the convention mi K ht meet with said he thinks that if Eisenhower _. . . . I "ets the Republican nomination opposition from Eisenhower back-, T.^ rr - mK ,, mil , ll: i c crs. The party's Executive mittee will meet in San Fran- Com he will be elected by an overwhelming vote." At Miami, Fla., Rep. Hugh n. Scott, Jr. ( R - P a ) said Eisenhower backers will make a "vigorous drive" in the South. Nazarene Official To Hold Youth Revival The Rev. W. H. Johnson of Little Rock. Arkansas district superintendent of the Chu'-ch of the Nazarrnc, will conduct a weekend youth revival, January J l through January 13, al the local Nazarene On the other side of the political I Church. South Locust Street Services will be held in the evenings at 7:30 o'c-lucl:, and Mr. Johnson will speak alto Sunday morninp. at 11. The Rev. Joe Clyll Cordcll, local p.istor, will spcal; at a Holiness rally of all Nazarene churches in Northwest Arkansas at 2:30 p. m., Sunday. n a t i v e of and was eiscn this month, but is expected to delay the selection of a keynoter until next April or May. Political developments yesterday promised a new head-on clash in Illinois among three caud-i- clatcs-- Taft, former Cov. Harold of Minnesota and Taft announced he ,,.,, ^...^. the April 8 Illinois primary, although he previously had indicated he wold confine his April 1 iiio con- district years. lilt BELOtIC TO ; ?EAL RSOC ) OLD LAD/ *~J ·'i t WALKING DOWN THE ;r;£ET AND 4 MILLION POLLABS 'WOULD DO FIRST · If M a c A r l h u r is ;j;eak -- and accepts SPLIT UP AND MEET ON THE OTHER SIDE OF telv:ccn bis attitude toward Ar . SPINNER'S BCX7V F1NWLLV MELTS THE FB3ZEN CLOTHING f-Vfcfc FOOM THE STEEL RCOP. THAT POWER SMCVEL. HE DISAPPEARS) ·nitS CONSTRUCTION JOB SOMEWHERE. as lie is in uniform North Allynlic Treaty Organ, discuss political mailers although he has made himself a v a i l a b l e for Ihe r;OP nomination if his friends can net it for him. Views Expressed Tims far M a c A r t h u r has rejected all invilalions to addrcsi purely political eathcrinijs, limit- interest in Ihc presidential said to have led him to in these the general is reported have made it clear he w i t h a great deal of friendly in- Wisconsin and Ma} bid of Senator Taft ( H - O l i i n i for the Republican residential nomination. Any in- Bv J. R. William! iOUT OUR WAY WHY MO, WE'RE '- JUST COW A HUMAMITARIAKJ PEEC" -- WEVRE MAKJM' SROCVES SO OLP, FAT, ER STIFFISH PKOPl E CAM OITONE FOOT ) SPLIT IT PAST THE /C5ETTIMS OTHER.' rr BV HERt KEEI BRILLIANCE A HOME/ MOM'LL HOLLER ABOUT THIS ENOUGH WITHOUT PEOPLE WIMOIW' THEIR WAV PAST.' LtTB RND 5OMETHIWS TO TAKE OUT THCYVE GOT A SWELL LltiWARV HEPS n V IIU THI S^WVIRWMit THE ADVERTISERS HIKE'S fOMTWNSrO LIKE YOU TO KNOW, MX. IAWER: ONCE 1 HAt H.II4D... AND IT WASMR.ZMAHOF WHO FINANCED AN OPIPATIOt, THAT RESTDRIP « SISHT. HE NEVER LtTMEfORSIT THf PUT I OWED HUM. lUTATUITI'M \ . \ WHERE i PLEASE. AND, \ »y THr WAV, I THOUSHT VOU MI4HT LIKE SOME / MORE EVIDENCE ON HIS / OIL AND POLITICAL. SAIOTAGE M THE ( I Nf AR f AtT, ; YOUR IVIDINCI CLSABtD ME WlnN FROM gut'HE'S COMIHfl HCMt! TW fOUCK. X »fW«KI*TI IT,Ml*. . 'SJflCIAUY SlHCl YOU WERE ON x'". TWAROf'S JIM. f -f WAJ 1 Believe R or Not! INFLMEt) BULLOCK SKINS SUPPORT A PLATFORM AND 2 SWIMMERS WHO KICK I HEIR FEET IB KEEP THE CRAFT ON COURSE · LIVED ON BREAD AND MILK · IN OHE UNHEATED BOOM FOR 40 YEARS.' HIS WILL eeoaanis ft.ooo.ooo TO* OF CARPENTER (I1AOK SHWSP WHO ASKED THAT HIS TOOLS BE GIVEN ETCHNAL REST AT HIS FEET of, 51. J EUT.NJ.LY. I CAN'TOen WHY/ BlECAUSfc TURKU'S LVKKY TIMU I TRY TO 1 IMl£- OUMI'IN BACK X..HERE! II- MA.CMINEOLDDINNYBACK\ THERE Bll IN' / YOU'LL MAKi: ' TOMOO.HC6mVjTlii:TH.jk 'IM.IHAT'O I w i T H r M ' W K W ...111. BET YOU'LL SEE SIJMPtN THAI W1U.MAKG VOIIR HAIR STAND IIP PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK SIMCC TMt. \on-:RS WILL BE: POWCKO TO ELK T YOU PRESIDENT; BUMr-XXJ MIGHT UIKETOLOCM AT VOuR FUTUB* PAINFED POIPkl -T'MATCH ME fCH II.L/OH OOI.LA/K WORTH OF quit! I'm gtttin' a tttrilk torothtll" and top grade cgcs were off much as eight cents in some places From The People · Route 7 f'aycttcvillc, Ark. January 8, 1952 To the Editor: In Ihc January 7th issue of Ihe TIMES, .Mr. Jack Carlisle (Route Seven Column) made statements ibout Bear Mountain and the Baldwin coal mines which rnis- cents in some places Baldwin coal mines wnicn jnis- sibilitv of even f u r - represented the facts. Please let --with the possi _ . ther cuts as sloickcrpcrs put both items high on their lists of advcr- nie give a brief history of them. About the year 1880 a Mr. Hol- iicms nitiii un uii-i, ii.Ti.-i m ..«..-· ------ « tired weekend specials to attract land discovered the coal along the ' ............. n^nn *if p.ra. Mniinlain n 5 , eastern edge of Bear Mountain as Heavier receipts of Florida j he was digging a well. He took a oranges grapefruit and tangerines sample to tne late Dan Jobe (Babe Jobe's father) who was a blacksmith at thai lime, and he burned the first coal ever dug in the Baldwin mines. In 1U94 William Sdwards purchased a six acre in , sent their prices off sharply most markets and grapefruit was featured as an advertised taar- by many stores. California navel oranges were down less. I'ears, ncctc, cauliflower ami radishes al5o were slightly lower priced. And the Agriculture Department put hillnrds. kale, csca- rolc. endive and spinach on the best-buys list this week. nining right from Mr. Holland, dug coal for him during lhal winter of 1804-85. Then my Jam- ly and 1 moved south ot fort Smith but 1904 we returned and I bought Edwards' mines. I operated the mines almost continually from then until 1938. The coal hauled wagons and teams until 1027 when I bought a Model T ton truck (from Lcland Bryan). We hauled coal with it until 1934, then with a V-8 Ford truck until 1938, the year we closed down. During the time we hauled with wagons, I shipped coal over Northwest Arkansas, Eastern Oklahoma and Southern Missouri in ton and car-load lots. Our best season was In 1921-22 when al least 15 men worked for me. We hauled eight to 10'Ions daily for which the diggers received five Mr. Jnhn.-on is a Northwest Arkansas reared at Huntsvillc. He has been superintendent for four Springdale Rodeo Goes pn The "Approved" List Denver, Colo.-W'l-Springrtnlc, mines now. Ark., is included on the I!o:lco Cowboys' Associalion 19.")^ list of shows approved for member par- licipalion. dollar; per ton; the haulers received live dollars per ton, and . my share as owner was five dollars per ton. According lo my knowledge, Mr. Lemons never operated a coal mine at Baldwin. His mine was al Ml. Zion. The reason this mountain is called "Bear Mountain" is the result of a prankster. The late Ed and Ras Ivey ran Ihc coal mines around the year of 1920. Henry Reed due coal, for them, and lie became annoyed with a group of young boys who would prowl in the mines on Sundays. Mr. Reed decided he would stop it so he dressed up in a bearskin robe and hid back in the tunnel. He definitely scared the boys away and they proclaimed there was a real live bear on the mountain. My son-in-law and nrandson, An outstanding flavor-- JunKC's Roman Meal Bread. 11-19-tf Kc*» ·» win tk* une--rut kc Times «»'lj. J. R. Stanhcrry Togs For Tiny Toddlers fHIIKSl.» 6:1)0 Dinner Music 6:15 Starlight Tin;* 6:30 News 6:15 Ozarks Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Hcattcr--M 7:30 Rhythmic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 Bill Henry--News R:(15 Hod and Gun Club 8:30 Reporters Roundup 9:00 Tomorrow's Headlines 9:05 Harding Family 9.35 Just Music 10:011 News 111:15 Platter Party 10:30 Sign Off FRIDAY MORMNH Rise 'n Shine 5:50 RFD 1450 6:00 Rise N' Shine 6:30 Markets and weather 0:35 Rise N 1 Shine G:'!5 Stock Talk Time 7:00 Koffce Kiln Kapcrs 7:30 OtaH'O N'e\vs 7:45 Sunrise Serenade f!:00 Rnbcri llurlcish News--M 8:15 Mormnfi Devotions 8:30 .Times Morninp tldlti^n 1:45 HnlKum Gospel Hymns 0:1111 Murning Melodies !):25 Nor.^-M 9:30 Take A Number 0:00 Food for Thought 1:15 Linda's First Love 10:30 Queen for a Day 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands 11:15 HauckaRC Commentary 11:25 News M :30 Church of Christ 1I:-.I5 Musical Roundup « 11:55 Mnrkct Report 8763 6 mot. · 4 yr$. By Sue Burnett Such fun to sew, and so coin- jlctc dainty dress and underwear set for a tiny miss, and a romper for brolhci- that's as simple as pie o sew. Each item requires very little fabric. Pattern No. 87C3 is a sew-nle perforated pattern in sizes 6 mos., 1, 2. 3, 4 years. Size 1, dress, 1'i yards of 30-inch; undies, IV\ yards; romper, TH yard. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS your name, address, sue desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Northwest Arkansas, Times, 1150 Ave. Americas. New York 19. N. Y. The new Spring and Summer Basic FASHION for women who sew will be ready for you shortly. Send 25-cents now tor your copy. 1 RIDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 Hymns of All Churches 12:IR News "t Noon' 12:30 Chuck Wngon Jamboree 12:45 Riders of Purple SaRC 1:00 Dixieland Matinee 1:25 News--M 1:30 Afternoon Varieties 2:00 Ladles Fair 2:25 News 2:30 Hob Toolo 3:00 Swini! 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