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|. ---NOHTHWIST ARKANSAS TIMIS. raftH*vin*. ArkMMi Friday, January 11, t«S2 Republicans Protest Truman Cleanup Policy - Lawmakers Again Demand Ouster Of McGrath, Snyder W»shinRion-(/P,-rrc.sirlcnl Trii- min's asslRnmcnt of Attorney General MrGrnlh lo clean up. the government rlrew ,-incry ju-otesl from Semite nnri House Rcpubli- a Mourn Invntlntlan. A lubcnm- inittcc headed by Hep. Klnt; (DC n l l f ) tins aired charge: ol corrupt Heals nnri collusion Involving hl«h . o f f i c i a l s In McGratll's Justice De' p a r l m e n t atuf the I n t e r n a l Rcv- I enue Burrali. Mr. Truman lolrl t nc".v con- lerence yesterday he had abandoned plans lo* a special cleanup commiKxion and has placed .lull renixmsibllily nn -MeOath, as the chief-lav/ tliformnent n ( f l - epr. "That means there if soinj lo | he no cleanup," snapped Senator Capeh.-irl ( H - l n c I ) , when i n f o r m rd of the a n n o u n c e m e n t . .Senator Ni.wn ( F l - C a l l f ) and [representative nakewell ( R - M o ) renev.Tfi t h e i r demands l h a t Mc- G r a t h he fired. N i x o n said Secrc- | arv nf u,- Treasury Snyder "alho mu ' S | eo ." The I n t e r n a l Revenue rnni today, ant) silence from the j Bureau is In Snyder's department. Democrats, · j "Confide nrr Shikrn" Tho^Vhilc House orders for the [ "Scandal ha.? s h a k e n puhlic con- btf cleanup stem, in p a r t , from \ f j d e n r e · in Uie .Justice Depart- Incomc tax scandals uncovered by BIG SALE To bt sold at Hilton Broi. Salts Barn, Saturday, Jan. 12 100 Dock Cowi, Blick ind Whili Fucni, 4S nlct Whit. F«c«d Heller CilT«i coming ytirlingi. HILTON BROS. SALES BARN ; : 'ijjiCHWAY 71 NORTH ment." Nixon said. "The public v.'ill have no confidence whatever in an Investigation of the .lustice Department by the Justice Department." Senator M u n d t I R - S D ) said Mc- Cirath, "if he's coinR to investigate w n n ' l - ' h a v e far to so--there's plenty of material for It right in lib- o f f i c e . The public knows that." M u n d t and Nixon are members of the .Senate Spcciii! Investigations .Subcommittee now deep In a scries of inquiries I n l o alleged misdeeds of government officials and workers. C a p c h a r t I.-- a member of the Senate Hankinit Subcommittee which has accused IhC'P.eeon.struc- WHO FIXES RADIOS? We?ve Been Serving You 20 Yearn SMITH RADIO SHOP I ·till fre seen the on display Saturday JAN.19 Gmn Chevrolet Compeny 17LMM** W».M255 tlon Finance Corporation of sufc- nervlence lo a political influence rin«. _ Prairie Grove The Study Club mcl in the new I home nf Dr. and Mr*. J e f f B.'ts;- KCll. Mrs. Lincoln M n u p i n , prrsi- dcnl, prc.Mdrd .'it a fchori business session. "Reports were given on Christmas remembrances i-'onl t n /hut-ins and on treats Kent In the County Home. A program was j Si ven on "Antiques and Hobbies.' 1 ! Mrs. Charles Wool wt on told of her friend's hobby nf m a k i n g ftr- ! t l f i c i a l fir-h bait and f l i e s , w h i c h ' has developed i n t o ;i paying industry, Mrs. .1. F.. Rogers rend H paper on President Hnosevelt'i hobbies. Mr*. L. E. M a u p i n n a m e d a few nf the a n t i q u e s to bo f o u n d in Prnirir Grove, homes. Each member had hrouphl some i t e m nf interest and tnld its history -Daguerreotype.:, soup tureens, escritoire papers and books d a t i n g la ck in t h e early 1300'x, spoons made from silver money. Mrs. HagKctt ami the assistant hostess, Mrs. L. A, Carman and Airs. L. L. ! SRCtt,. served a salnrl plate and coffee. Gucstr. were Mrs. W ^ l l a r d Brooltjr and Mrs. Frnnli Garrett. Scanlan Jesse R. CurlsliiKcr. son nf Mr. anrl Mrs. Jess Curtsinfjcr has returned from several m o n t h s of d u t y in North A f r i c a , I n d i a and Cuba. Curtsincer is being transferred from the N a v a l ba.-,c in N o r f o l k , Va,, to the base in Jacksonville, Fla. Miss Ollic Barnes, receptionist at .the Elizabeth Hospital, flew lo Los Angeles, Calif., for the Bowl football game New Year's Day. Miss Barnes visited with her thrrc sisters in C a l i f o r n i a , returning to her work this v/eck. Miss Pauline, who /pent the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Curtsingcr, has returned to her work in the Southwest Baptist Hospital in MaiiRiim, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Phillips of ayeUfevlHo- were d i n n e r guests of -Mr.- -and Mr.-". L i l b u r n Gcignr, Mr. and Mrs. George H a m m n n d l r c c j le/t Tuesday for t h e i r Jiomc in Phoenix, Ari/.,, a f t e r spending two weeks w i t h relatives and friends. Mrs. Norris D u n n , who has been ill at her hnmr, is improving. Supt. Ray Cornwell, C o a c 1) Gartman, .Principal David McCarl- np.v, Bill Laysiter, Tom Hushong from the high school and Agriculture Directors Leon T h u r m a n , .John Doan, and Buford Jackson attended the Schoolmasters C l u b banquet at Lincoln Monday night. Mrs. Pete Roberts and baby sun returned Tuesday .from London, Ontario, where she vi.-'itcd her parents, Mr. and Mrs. \V. R. U r l i n . Mr. and Mrs. H. A. lasaaeson of Houston, Texas, arr at home in Ihp Sharp A p a r t m e n t s . They have hought Ihe Wortman place noar town and are redecorating the house before m o v i n g in. Dolpli Helm, J. R, Blakcmorc, Douglas Cummings and G. C. Bidwell Attended « supper at t h e First Prtsbytcrian Church in For I Smith Thursday n i g h t , · honoring Dr. .1. W. Hickman, who after 20 years of service in Fort S m i t h is leaving Ihf last of J a n u a r y for H new pastorate in Alabama. Pinch For Civilians Greater Than Expected After Military Gets The Metel It Needs; Production Chiefs May Have Rough Time Used by thousands In reducing diets-- Jitoge's Roman Meal bread. . 11-19-tf in thn 1IMKS-- It na.T». By SAM DAWSON N'ew York-'/IVYou act the lowdown today for the f i r s t time on w h a t the covernment means w h e n ! it says you're goinK lo be pinched.! A n d t h e pinch f o r c i v i l i a n s a f t e r j the m i l i t a r y sets t h e metal it needs is fining to be a lot sharper than m a n y expected. It's goins to he rou^li a lot of production chiefs who will he trylnsr to keep factories ' r u n n i n g and men employed. But maybe it'll be i boon to a l o l , o ( yalcs executives who arc t r y i n g lo move inventories of Konds already on hand. For the makers of such accessories to l i v i n g as unbrellas, pianos and Venetian blinds the: word is "you can have more'metal [ t h a n now, so you won't jro out of bur-ioess." The government fis civinc up t r y i n g , a p p a r e n t l y , to decide w h i c h is more essential, a dishwasher or a cigarette lighter.l Builders, and woulrl-be owners,! of new homes pet a shock. Fewer can be started a f l e r A p r i l t h a n was lirsl expected. The trouble here isn't in lumber, cement, J p l u m b i i i K f i x t u r e s or workmen.! There's no scarcity yet in any of these. But the brass, copper and a l u m i n u m items t h a t are a small but essential part of any new home aren't coinK to he handed out freely. Unless your contractor is a (rood h u n t e r , he may have trouble f i n i s h i n g some, homes l a t e r on t h i s year. Kxpanslon Rntrlcted businessmen pet this advice from the govcrnmenl: If you haven't started t h a t new plant or expansion program by April 1. you're going to have a 1ou(rh lime pruvintj it's essential cnouch for the government to let you have b u i l d i n g materials. Business expansion is cning to slow down a f t e r April--except defense plants. Some businessmen contend t h a t tt'it! m i l i t a r y may not need or he able to use a l l that metal so soon, a n d they t h i n k that industry's cx- priiidiiiK capacity can soon t a k c j care of real m i l i t a r y needs a n d i s t i l l f u r n i s h 'more material f o r ! c i v i l i a n production than the KOV-, crnmcnt says it w i l l allot. j Also, some question the w i s - j dom o[ p u n n i n g the defense pro-| .cram along so fast. They con-; lend the rearmament pace en-: dancers Ihe civilian economy. And they t h i n k "easy does it" would be better for everyone in the long run. | Rut. government officials say lhat Ihe need for speed is there,! and l h a t I h e pinch is on. I Only fifid.onn new homes a r c 1 cxpeclcd to be started this year Before Korea Americans were b u i l d i n c at an a n n u a l clip of 1, -100,000. From 1.730.0(10 lo 1,860.000 new cars depending on how good a u t o makers arc at strclchinj! their copper and a l u m i n u m supplies can he marie in the first six months of this year. In J u n r , 19SO, we made 250.190 v a c u u m cleaners, 325,200 washing machines, and 216,233 gas and coal kitchen stoves. Only 45 per (rent of that amount can be made this .lunt und*r the new rules. But there are plenty of stoves.I washing machines, vacuum cleaners, TV sets and autos on h a n d ] now to (ill present civilian demands. In fact, some of t h e m ! have been pretty hard to move. The sales executive may he get- ling a break. The Guayra Falls on the Parana River between Paraguay and Brazil has the greatest volume of water of any of the world's major falls. BOWL FOR PLEASURE Benton Bowling Lan«-- *dv. Little Change In Broiler Placings Hatcheries and dealers placed 1,138,000 broiler chicks with ]..)- rlucers in the northwest area during the week ended J a n u a r y 5, according lo the. Arkansas Crop ! Reporting Service. This Is! the same .is toe previous week. Of Ihe total placements, 773,0(K) chicks were hatched in the area »nd 366,000 cirnt from other states. F,|j! set durinf the week were up eight per cent over the previous week. K*t» ·» wttk Ife* ««· nut Ik* T1«M toilr PLAN TO BUILD S» Our MiitrliL Gil Our PrlcM. Try Our Stifle*. DYKE LUMBER CO. 101 Sl. ChtrlM WALT BEACH OuarnntMd Watch R«paM*fl with II I. C.nMr ttmt rAvrrriviLLt, AMR. PIMM 1H« OM On t*nrM* 1:11 NOW PLAYING 5:32 7:33 t;U ALL YSON-." JOHNSON ocr Plus -- Ntwjrcel Shots of tht · COTTON BOWL ·SUGAR BOWL · ROSE BOWL Football Games PALACE SHOWING OPEN 1:45 A.M. SAT. n rt V A I Tonight and K V / T A L Salurdar Humphrey Bogtrt in "SIROCCO" Randolph Scott in "SANTA FE" I I A D I / * LAST TIME TONIGHT * UAKlV "The LADY_ond the BANDIT"_ STARTS SATURDAY -'OP«- 12=45 Sot! * Sun. A GIRL bring you the tender«$t HEART AFFAHt yw'vi ivtrhod! Ntwi · CirlM* "Ship. Ahar" m m mm · HUM si m · MIT itii mm '; GALLON Vanilla Ice Cream 64c Holland Bros, lockar Plant CHARLEY DEALY BROILER CHICKS FAYETTEVILLE, ARK. Phone 1913 U.S. Approved - Pullorum Passed · As Near As Your Telephone COUIER RexaU DRUG STORE FREE P A R K I N G FREE D E L I V E R Y . Phont 1000 FOB TAXI SERVICE CALL 333 O-K TAXI CO. 400 W. Dickion BEULAH LEE BEAUTY SHOP 21 Years on Dickson "We'll Curl Up and Dye for You" 411 Dickion Phont 1412 LAND'S GROCERY WE DELIVER HO N. Colltg* Phont 1111 "Right on the Hiway -Right on the Price" MOORE'S GIFT SHOP "The Gift Center 15 N. Block Phont 152 DIXIE CREAM DONUTS FRESH DAILY MoTtd to Hi W. Dickion Phont 71 Wholesale-Relail-Parly Orders Open till 9 p.m. weekdays WILSON'S GULF SERVICE Drivt In and S«a Our Complttt Lin* of GULF TIRES Softly -- Long Miltaga -- Dapanddbl* Sarvic* 100 W. Mountain Phont 114 JOHNSON'S PAINTS -- WALLPAPER MIRRORS -- GLASS SfcH Green Stamps U N. Block St. Phont 101 HALL TIRE CO. Fisk Goodyear Tires G.E. Appliances Sporting Goods -- RASY TERMS -11 E. Mounlata Phont 1170 111 N. Hack Phana 171 LAMER BROS. SHOE SHOP Rand Shoes (or Men Trim Tred Shoes for Women Pull-Parrel Shoos lor Children So. Sid* of Ih* Squir* Phont 311 W. F. Earls ^ The Best Dressed Women in Fayctlcvilio Will Wear Dresses from long's 10 E. CENTER BEEBE'S JEWELRY The place to buy Nationally Advertised DIAMONDS, WATCHES SILVERWARE U E. Ctnttt Phon* 1011 SINES BODY SHOP Specializing in Body Fender Work Painting -- Safety Glass Upholstering ·-- Seat Covers 217 W. Dickion Phont lit "MOM AND POP" aomiQm IM OOOPOIATTVI AOV tnmci "Tnfftt iup«r-sofl iirei I got at HALL TIRE COMPANY ·urt tflkt ih» bumpi **RT-" 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 see "Force nf Arms" at the Palace Theatre next Tuesday, Wednes^day or Thursday. Present some form of identification at the box office to receive your passes. TIRE CHAINS R E P A I R E D -- ANY SIZE MADE -Bring in your lir« chlini now tor FREE INSPECTION SUTTLE ESSO STA. W. Mi. fe School Phon 1] "JUG" WHEELER'S DRIVE-IN WE DELIVER PHONE «S(I RAY'S FLOWERS GREENHOUSES Hlwir 71 South FOR COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE · RITA'S BEAUTY SALON Boiton Slort Bldj. Ph. 3134 «LA ROSE BEAUTY SHOP 111 N. Colltg* Phont III · ROYAL BEAUTY SHOP S. Sid. Squlft Phon. ISIt CITIZENS CLEANERS LAUNDRY Quality -- Service 111 N. ' PhoiM 1141 Fay Nell Hill WALL ST. ESSO SERVICE STATION ELZA FINCHER and L. L. WINKLE, ntw owniri and eptriiori, invilt you to visit thtm (or Quick, Courltout, Efficitnt StiTict. 101 WALL ·PHONE 1111 CARTER'S RADIATOR SHOP CLEANING REPAIRING RECORING 11S'4 W. Center . Phone 2358 BOHE'S GROCERY QUALITY FOODS CHOICE MEATS -- KREE DELIVERY -- Phont SSI 111 W. Ctnttr REED GRIFFITH SERVICE Automotive Electricity Carburction Trico and Briggs Stratton MiwiT 71 8 Phon* 131 HOLLAND BROS. LOCKER PLANT "HOMETOWN" Ice Cream i Sherbets HOME OF THE DOUBLE-DIP III W. Dkkaati Phont 111 The PIONEER SHOP (Formtrly Thi Top SpoH · Distinctive Gifts for the Home. Use Your Credit 25 E. Center Phone 1000 RED BALL TRANSFER STORAGE CO. - MOVING Coast to Coast Packing - Crating · Storage 111 W. Mountain St. Ph. 4M MODERN HELP-YOURSELF LAUNDRY 18 Maytan Washers Extraetor A Tumbler Dryer for your convenience 111 lltck fhtnt ill FOR THE FINEST IK NORTHWEST ARKANSAS FRYERS Aik Your Gieetr For HAMMOND PROCESSED POULTRY Highway 71 Worth Phont 1063 OZARK SALVAGE CO. We Pay Cash for Your Scrap Mclal Used Auto Parts for Sale Hlwar 71 South Phont 1101 YOUNKIN SONS Wheel Aligning fc Balancing Brake Servlca Hlway Tl H. ***«· ·"

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