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West Germany To Ask Big U.S. loan For Rearming hMtcsMt »·«· Mil. Ktnntdr Dcavcr and Mrs. H o w a r d H e n r y . I Mrs. Courtney C. Crouch p r e - sented a p i i ' K i a m on " F u u n d v i : Boim Gcrmany-M')-Thc West] A formal request for the 1o»n|be spread over 12 lo 24 months,; "ay." Mrs. .lack U a n f o r l h . P I C M - Gcrman government plans to ask! will be submitted to W.shinRton depending on how fast the Gcr-( dent, presided over a business. , .,. , , . . 1 - , . ,. . _ , l . ,,(..,,,,« 'I nnii- **- ' - ' - "- ' ·«"«"'·»" A ri Lehman Warns --probably several h u n d r e d ' m i l - j under negotiation, is signed with pare training facilities.. 'served. ! l i n n t'.ollnrs--to help put German the'lhree weslcrn occupation pow- Present plans call for rcgistra-, · Ioin t installation services were, f f MI i i i f troops i n t o the field with the pro- crE-France, Britain and the U. S.; t ion of youths lo begin in J u n e j h c l d Tuesday night for the Sprm;-1 I lOafl nnllvP posed European army, Allied of next spring, the officials said.! and drafting by f a l l , if the s i x i d a l c Ockl Fellows and K o b c k a h s , V I l / U I I I I VllJV l i c i a l s said today. This ",, cacc contract" w i l l a l - i European nations agree on the !" "« Odd Fellow h a l l . 1 lans were | ======-----:=.=-. ,,,,,, ,,,,, V , n c ,,, ,.,.,,,, inside i K u r o n c a n arms'. i 'TM di: or » m e e t i n g t h a t w i l l be; A , , _ : | c A f f n r L c Ihc United States for a big, l o a n ' w h e n a "peace contract," now --probably several h u n d r e d ' m i l - j under negotiation, is signed with mans cfn muster men and pare training facilities. p,.p.| meeting, [served. A dessert course 1 , .was! I Let Us Assist You WE HAVE AN AjPDING AND FIGURING MACHINE FOR EVERY TYPE BUSINESS »lso STANDARD AND ELECTRIC TYPEWRITERS We repair lyprwrtlcr* of all makes. Prompt and reliable, service. Write or phone for a free I r i a l in your own office. No obligation. ."!4 years in the Typewriter and Adding Machine Business. A|enti f.r th« U 0. B. WILLIAMSON AND CO., Inc. 123 W. MounlBin Phoni 2471 FAYETTEVILLE. ARK. low the GcrmanT'toVc'arm'insiciclKu'ropean army'.' "'" " i made for a meeting t h a t w i l l be; thr. proposed unified European| A |i icd o f f i c i a l s ' s a i d the Gcr-! * ' " ' r ' r '.? ···' 1 . .'" '!?, "^'" ] "^ [ '. defense force and will return t o j m a n s w a n t an American loan 1 0 ; m o n t °"' cc ' 5 l h l l t *'" bc he " help finance construction of barracks, airbascs, and training Ucm almost full control ol their own A f f a i r s The Allied officials save this' areas, and to expand their Indus- picture of the loan request shaping j trial capacity for the Western de- t here Friday n U h t w h e n ,lnhn! Flauch of Lincoln w i l l officiate. | The d i f f e r e n t circles of tlic Assails Attacks On Government By Revenge-Seekers f a n n y I T t - W i M . svhn-.c methods \ J37 140 Given To L e h m a n lias r i i t i c i / c d in tile past, j "*^ ' _. . Miner Relief Fund ( J i t i i l i r r ' n Burly I'liund . "' ""' "lutl":'""""^-"""' "·, · "· llupiicis Aircs-i/h-Thc l.ndy " f . S p r u i i t f i c l d . III.-'.T')-lmations 5 i n n fjiujnnalijt part/ «n«.-.t ,i,u-iiie.- IVncciini. -!i. French j i,, ( i n ' . e i i u T :Uvci,vih's W c :, t ' 5r ,. rl -[;fry of Ihr Tunisian Coiwirw innuiit.-iin dmibiM ^ ivho w * s . K | j l ! 1 ,.,,,,, ,,,,,.,. ,,,.,,,,,,., rr .j|,.f f u n d .,,:.,,. i, :l \ c hccn arrrtted.';firen" diir.- ncd P c t e m b e i - " · r t 'iije p t r - | 01 . ( j ( ..| j.'ivjjn, .-.·tin i u n ' r i i ' t i l i o n r . authoriti-** announcer! today.- Peak in Sou'.hcrn A i g c i i l i n n , was '""» a l 1 'ecli"ns "' ' : '' r ' "miry. ' " r c n n c r e d c - l i M t l ; t y , ! Thf f u n d ' - v.;'! !· · r 1 · . r.nmlirs of the l l ! l victim", of the T l i r r e a i c f o u r st.in/.as t o the cr,d m i n e c x p l i t . / I M i - t ' i . . . . . H l a i - S p a n g l e d M a n n e r . : iici "1. WSCS of the First Methodist , up: The Germans will contend they fcnse program. Ths need for equipment wil alone cannot finance lormatioiij impose the ftreatcsl f i n a n c i a l bur- of a new armed force from scratch! den by far. Many officials believe seven years nf Allied dc- tl militarization programs. In addition.- the Germans e.\ r pcct the United States to provide the b u l k ' o f military equipment-I including tanks, artillery and I plans needed by 12 divisions plus I the tactical air force they plan to organize. The Germans already have j agreed to continue lo pay part of the cost of keeping Allied occupation troops in Germany as a defense force after the contract I met Ti is signed. The exact sum has not of. Mr. permit the Ruhi industry to turn out at least small arms, ammunition and armored vehicles. Springdale Paul Koii7.cn of tho A l v i n Hotel is a p a t i e n t in County Hospital. The T. R. I- Sunday School class of the First Baptist Church csday night at the home IS S l ° n C n . I MR U . X i l L l S L U M l i a o a i m i ui. j t u . L, M. I l l £ S . M 1 S. \\ . A . been agreed on. but tho Germans Shaffer is the teacher of t h n class \V;i:.hin.rtiin-(/I Church met Tuesday in homes f o i · · '" ll " ( 1 " h ' l ' J l ' their mission study. They art- a s j ''' n ;' ' ' n ' follows: H e n r i e t t a Circle in t h c . ^ u '' ' ' homo of Mrs. n. 0. Hannah TM|^ n |;^'^J^ . .in A r r n l Tunisian I^»*er» TunH. Tuni.fc.-MVT,*. !«der« ' n( the intIcpendencc-«ekinir ; Tuni' ' . - . t l w Cdiimw* Firen'ch M a p l e Drive; the Ediih M a r t i : Circle at Price- on the hninn of \\*csl Km ma i i i ' l lodny I h r : "v:ill nol hold ' n m f i d c n i c '[ the \vmnf;diicrs ai o tl o u t of f c - d c i a l jnbs .'Hid ! ft*' -Com* How to Lose UGLY FAT Without Dieting - Hunger! Avenue; TllP t h e Lucy C l a r k circle for a dessert luncheon at Ihc home of;:"!""" ··· ·-···· Mrs. C. W. H i g b a m on H i g h w a y ] ' 1 ' m TM a c c i u i n i B8 East. ! provide:: A m c n c The Missionary Society of thej''^' 1 . 1 cl j:| l ".-|' C a u d l e Avenue B a p t i s t C h u r c h I l"°l';'=' lnd ' 1 ·'-" met Tuesday for a circle program. ·liltU'iU 15 had i in ' a n d , CJ) it also i':; cllCMiios jtbniad a m m u n i t i o n t o r inr ; ! u.s." Lehman .-|-,ol;o al a n i c c l i n s here The Ihcmc of the prosrnm was j o t the Women's N a t i o n a l Dcmo- "Missions" w i t h Mrs. Lcroy A m e s l c r a t i c C . . u b . in charge. The proarani w a s ] A l t h o u u h iic c a l l e d for a p i o i n p l opened by soup, "W o m c n ' s j a n d vicomus liour.cclcanins by Ihc H v m n , " a n d a n openinK prayer! T r u m a n a d m i n i s t r a t i o n , L e h m a n , . _ ,, ,, _ , w _ _ , _ . . t h e teacher o l i n n class, b y Mrs. Wilson M a r t i n . Mrs. said he w o u l d "Rive n o c o m f o r t I want a s u b s t a n t i a l rc'duction. They l a n d Mrs. Uiess was in crfarcc of j Ames gave t h e d e v o t i o n a l which I ID p o l i t i c a l l y nwjiired and politi- I n o w n a v HI h i l l i o n dollars a year.! devotional. The hostess served r c - ' w a s followed by the sons " H c l p i c a l i y - b i a s c d a t t a c k s upon the anv- CostTi Be Heavy ! frcshmcnts. I Somebody Today." Oilier topics e r n m c n l f c r v i c e as such-attacks | Allied and G e r m a n m i l i t a r y Guests Tuesday nicht in the "A Stolen Bible" by Mrs. David which ttck p o l i t i c a l i n i c i i E C l a t l i - It y«u nrn · nvrm.il, healthy, ·v*rw«ifhl man »r w«man t»y m\\ m»»n» rt*d «b thii »mmt\nf, n*w, clinically t*if«rf mi t«l disc*v«ry that It m\f»o4y cr«alln ··niatian all av*r th* country. miMDiKr. ilnist. rurrinn »nH 'nil m l i r r un|i! o u t . unn^rhMtry I him:, usually *.. ln -i,i r ,t . r f l u d M K . l-'o Dacfari Oiicev«r Wafvx ilirl. A ' a r m i p r,t Nrw V n r k ri-"-t.ir«, Wafer at Harmfaii mi Wnt* r A lo»d acfjuntf - nof a cfruf Ki'»\: I'njV r!" r«i,li..cT*mt, »n-i -)..! n.( nn^ K M n L - l - r ^ . r o f ,11 r !Ti t. { . . r r v i n ^ i*il h» nr-.i-r rr.nn- trui- * v*y t.i !o^» c i r « » « f*1. »-]lh"i|l liirtlni:. v L l h n n l h'.in^rr, u j l h o i i l »ivm,7 up thi f,. V .(, .,.-· J,k«. . l\ f.r * fiinn-h 1 * *ti|ir' l v. i . I ' A H A . N T K K : p r n M ,. - i - r K y.,11 r« . h t l j c .,( W A f M X Jnu I f l Join i . l t h n t w h i l e ,,( i.nl I planners cslimatp it will cost about! homo of Dr. and Mrs., George I)*; billion dollars to equip I S J H a r n c r and children, Jimmic and German divlsinns. Thr. cost w i l l j j a n c on Wayland Avcnuo were MONEY in 1 DAY *2S - 'SO · 'IOO · 'ISO or more.' m oniEi cOHVfNitNr HANS COMFAII IMtSI RATH ...fiiri'l ·!' (hit you par DMITliT $1».09| $».«j 5*-« 4 I ^*°- 43 Get ths money you need for holiday eipenieB, accumulated bills or repairt today! Many budget-wilt pUni to chooie from. Phont H'H · · · 'n«n cemt in 103 H. BLOCK STRUT Ph»ni: 3118 UCfNStD IT KUKHUS Ut1l i«NH OtH PUBLIC LOAN C O R P O R A T I O N FURNITURE APPLIANCES Wholesale Prices If it is furniture you need, you can't afford to miss our Storewide Close-Out Sale We are closing out our present supply . . . Lock, Stock and Barrel . . . And at prices anyone can afford Most of these prices are BELOW the replacement cost Come One -- Come All Sale Starts Saturday Burl's .Furniture Store 220 W. EMMA SPRINGDALE Open 9 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 19 two Texas A classmates of Charles Elhi . and M. Collcre Dr. and Harrier, Capl. Maj. McCoy, anrt "Babes ill t h e Woods" by Mrs. Opal Cypert were ' Ariel the Commission tlic l h a n constructive reform." Hopes I'niman \M!1 Hun icporlcr before m a k - ics Mr. Trti- Cypcrt were civcn Hopes T i n m a n will Itn iniission maun/.inc.; He luld a icporlcr 1: rram a short l?usi-!in^ the address he hop /HL^I ...- ,.. .. ncss meeting was hcltl \vith Mrs.i man run:, for another term. "1 Lcroy Ames in char'r. Mrs. Burl! thin!: he \r. by far the strongest lid put . j t I * * . """" I ljl--l w.i i v l l i w . - . . . . ~ « i Hayes who arc stationed a t . C a m p Cypcrt save a report on the c o m - , c a n d i d a t e the Democrats cuu Chaffcc? They were accom- m u n i t y missions project. The j up." he rairl. panicd hy Sergeant Johnson. Max Brocdon who lias served in Ihc Army for the past 13 months has been home on a five-day fur- Lcavcnworth old baby n i l t c r who stranded loush from Fort Kan., to visit bis mother, Mrs. _ Lcatha Brocdon. I child l e f t in her cart- is under oh- Thc Arkansas Baptist Slate| servation in C a m a r i l l o S l a t e llor.- Convcntion, throush all of its d e - ' p j i a l for M e n t a l Patients. She was partmcnts and ·other phases of] committed yesterday, work is sponsoring a scries of denominational rallies which bc- Keep up w i t h the times--read ,.,., Monday when the W n s h i n s - j th« TJMBS dally ton-Madison Association met w i t h : t h e First Baptist Church o f ] Sprincriale.,The Rev. Stanley Jor-1 dan was the host pastor. Mrs. W. C. Slrucbins, Jr., arrived home early this week alter accompanying her sister, Mrs. Clifton Bell, to New York, where she sailed for Germany to join her husband, who is a chaplain there. The Springdale Cub Scouts met Tuesday night at the Junior HUh School building where M bovs received their Bob Cat award*. John Woodward and Clint Edward Brooks received the Wcbalos award. A display ol handicraft which the Cubs _ had prepared was shown and the boys explained their work. Plans were, made to observe the N a t i o n a l ] Scout Week which begins F c b r u - j j a r y 3. and plans were made f o r , thr Blue and Gold banquet. There | w i l l be a called mcctinp of t h e ] a d u l t s connected with the Cub| Scouts Friday nifrht at 7:30 o'clock ! to complete plans. i Plans arc being made for m e m 1 bc'rs of the First Methodist Church j and the Wesley Methodist Church! to attend a Youth Rally at t h c j Central Methodist Church in F a y - I ctlcville, Saturday night at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Charles Issctl is a guest i n : the home of her sister and brother: in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Heed.: of Sprincdalc. Mrs. Issett's home; is in Edwardsville, Kan. i Mrs. Ruby Bryan underwent 1 major 'surgery at the County Hosp i t a l Wednesday morning. Scotty Scott of Farmilifiton was the guest speaker at the Lions Club luncheon Wednesday. The High School girls' trio furnished special music. The trio members | arc Caroline Simonds. Mary Beth: Tromblc. and Margaret Johnson.] They were accompanied at the piano by Neva Craimn, and D. W. ( Uurall was a guest. Chapter G. P.E.O.. met at the home or Mrs. Howard Backus on Price Street Tuesday niglil. Co- for a ' As for foreign propaganda on t l i c corruption issue, Lehman termed it serious but a c t u a l l y _ _ _ . . . . . "only a minor note in the sym- Los Angclcs-(/T]-Thc 16-year- phony of h a l e bcinc played from W M U will meet Tuesday Bible Study at 2 o'clock. Under Observation H u n g e r -- Th» Fmt ftrton't fntmy! Dipunc fnr ninM fnlk* nipun* hnnffpr. An-l {"* (c^p]r r u n infill linnKf. Si I h r y njii,^«»r It t.y r n t i n ? t.rtnr'n mrfll*. lr cnlnir "FT I h ^ i r (lirli.. cvmt Ihr linwHnlr.! polin^4 »n,l tnrhr«. r Kr" Vnrk .|.lrl»t .orkM (nr y TM r . .!'!* l,,,r f.T ofrlj-. Ilithnul f/.Vf. cl'c«Utii"wAFBA!" r '"""" TM" dim, -I t.ili frov.d Thtfr D/lcavvry "rt,i« rlinimlly l»«tpH W A K K T nn · Nr»- , nf nnn-EUnijulir ovcrwdshl men ·nd If : monp). lock. Waltx Sfopi Hunger Otir W a f e r W r t f r r h n ·.. l l r f o r r l i n K U M - l r n t i r i r c n 1 r u 1 al i n n i . I h r h u n « r r f a l - !h. linllr-1 ivunl'nr-, nr I r B K * dr .', M l r r * o( \\ h l l r lur.lrl Y r l roll. laim only j r a l o i i c i . I M M . T O I I S W r · Irnclwl liv the ilnrlor V.'AKF.X b f f n r r m c h I · rrci"! 'lid, nol lo cu jiint ill diwn .1 Ihc I. · !r, E I h p I r . l . , r r r I trt rhrw nr mirk * t » ..ii! M n y np^-Ul fn.^ lr inH c»t imlfl »«ll«(l He e x p l a i n e d - , " W h i l e we r e f e r lo ihc denial | n f personal l i b e r t y h c h i n d the !ni:i C u r t a i n . K a r i i o Moscow p o i i i l s lo M c C a r t h y ! : - m in this country." T h a t was a r e f e r e n c e to the C o m m u n i s t s - in - c o v e r n m c n l , i - ' - M r ^ c - m a d e liv S c n a l n r M r - i Kvrrj' mnniH-r nf lh* a r n u p I»K| H (o 2n in * ihrrt period of Hmc; In f«ct »iiir WtfB^I Dr. Frederick D a m r u u ntlEd MUth*rlty on r»ducinf r r r n i n n i r n d r - l W A K K X in ·"« r P C U l n r HfldlO Hrflltli Tn]k» n v r r n Inrsr niiinbcr »f R.irtio Sl,t- llon* llr says, "hi a I n r a i - c m u n of pffiplr who «*TP r r n j l y f n t , jitM who \VI-IP nni p;ti nn i din W A F K X prnilucril nn aver- n R p w c i K ' i t toni Dl R pmmrti per i n i i n l h u l t h n u ! Jiiincf-r IIAIIC*. Thai'* w h y n i n n y tlnclnr* u.'« nnil prcu-ilhr- W A F K X hfft-BUr i l l.i n « n f r n u l i i H l u l r lor (il(»i- I n c an M coiUroU liuiiKrr nnd o v r r c a l t r i K " DOCTOR*--Write for c l i n i c a l (I a I a flinl i i i o f r j u i o n n l s:nnplr.i nn voiir i n i r r l i c a i f V.'aOx. In'- . n:.')H nroftrtwsiy.- New York ,11. N V. EAST SIDI SQUAM ·§········*······· Wouldn't YOU like fo HEAR BETTER -onth. PHONE? · Sonotone h«j developed nn c x c l u i i v e t c l c p h o n t p i c k u p which maffnifits the voice on the other end of the l i n e (or tho« hard o( h e a r i n g . Gm down iliiturhing outside nnnci. Uie Sonotonc's new Telephone Pickup «nd never he embarrassed on the phone. SONOTONE Hearing Center Washington Hottl Monday, Jan. 21, 1952 10:00 AM to 7:30 PM JOHN B. ANDftEWI Mlnijtr MnXtM *f F»n tmllh in Ntrni linn ttrMt r«rt Imll*. ArkwiiM Ttlffpti*M Mtf · · · t * · · · · · · * · · · · · · ON DISPLAY TOMORROW PRICED SO LOW I Come, sec t h e hnc.,l of all Chcvrnlets . . . brilliantly nrw fnr '52 in all these exciting uays: Gorfjeoui New Hoyol-Tont Styling . . . will) Bodies by 1'ishcr thai icl Ihc M a n d a i d for licauly. Rndiont New Exterior Color» . . , widcil and most w o n d e r f u l an ay of colors in the low-price field. Alluring Now Interior Colon . . .\wilh Iwo-lonc upluil- M e i y and irim to harmoimc with exterior colim, in all He l.uxc sedan a n d coupe models. New Ccnlerpolit P»wer . . . engine is cushioned in M O R I rubber lo bring amazing new smoothncw of operation and freedom from vibration to low-cost motoring. Ntw, imoolhor, toller ilde for all pasicnjtrs. ' All llic-vc and many oilier cnvi.ihlc advanisgcj «re yuurs in thc\c new C.'hcvroleis a! lowed prices and w i t h miMandini: economy of operation. 'Ihey're thi only fine inrs pneeil MI law. Sec llicin now! w i i h N'rv^ A u i n n i . i i i t ( hri.f.[^\p^ linexi niMhifi ifiivinjtit lowest ( n v i . (C i-iiiliui.itiiin cf I'lmcrplulc Auloaialic Trammifsion mil HU-li.p. l:ii(inc npimiMl ,.n Oc Lu.e mocleli it exlrj cwt.) I'll I U T C N I V R O L I T l T H A N 'ANY O T N I R C A R I Green Chevrolet Co. 17 E. Meadow Phoni 2SS

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