Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 22, 1952 · Page 8
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January 22, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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w I- NOtTHWIST ARKANSAS TIMIS. tawrttoviN*. Mmmm Tutidoy, January 21, 1951 ) Trimble Sees ' Future Plants I In Arkansas ' Planning Funds For Dams In State Cited By Congressman Wnshlngmn-f/Pi-DooK Hie gov- ' v.ernmcnt have its i'yc on A r k a n s a s p liid the Southwest for f u t u r e ox- f,- ' pansion of defense planl fncillticK? f J Rep. Jim Trimble ( D - A r k ) thinks £ In support o( his belief he points i \*/* to the recent announcement by t" J President T r u m a n nnd the Army ·., Engineers on allocation of plan\* nine funds for waterways projects. .-·· - Included were p l a n n i n g f u n d s for v Table Rock riam on the White /,' River and for Keystone durn on '·*% the Arkansas in Oklahoma. Both '"·^.v of these arc power projects. .^» .Trimble's reasoning is t h a t slnre .;../· defense plants need IIURC amounts · ^ ot power a logical first step in '"^ preparing for expansion of these . ·' industries is the construction of power facilities. BolstcrinK this view Is t h e fact ; that, under an act of. Congress, the '··'.·'"·'. president ha* to certify that the '". . projects getting planning funds '.-': were' vital for national defense. ' . . . - · ' '-Thus the president. I n effect, / ' ... -mid these projects were vital for f.. ",',. n»llonil defense. So; said Trimble, 1 · '" what other conclusion can be drawn than that the power from Table. Rock and Keystone will be needed for future defense industries? Also on the list was $147,000 of V planning 'funds for the Arkansas t, River: Both Trimble and Hep. Brooks Hays (D-Ark) were inclined to believe this money will bi used to plan bank stabilization projects on the river, rather lban, % for Instance, the proposed Darda- ncllc dam. Dirdancllc dam would he a power project but Army Engineers have said that since Dardancllc rloes not Include facilities for taking sediment out of the water-they prefer to build the Eufaula d»m, upstream In Oklahoma, first. FAifnuli plum call for a sediment basin. :iu Buckner ·;;' "'/ Miss Daphlna Drake entertained v t f', with · miscellaneous shower Sal' " ' " tirday night at the Community House, honoring Mrs. Francis '','. ' T«ylor, » recent bride. The bride's ' " Tl book was signed by the guests. ."""" Gime pit/.cs went to Mrs. Betty """'' Counts, Mrs. Evlc Drake and Mrs. .';, °. Jicklu Rnbbliu. Mlw Drake was , ' ,! ,1 «sslslcd in serving by Miss Elaine '""'" ' Berry »nd Miss nAbefta Drake. Out-of-town guests were Mrs, David Clark and daughter, Janice, J« of Wyman; Mrs. Ellen Hughes f irid "Mrs. Au'die i*atrlck of Dc- lancy; and Mrs. R. H. Van Brunt ,f" i »nri Mre. Thclma Thornsbcrry and (!ni«:r daughter, Hilda, of Fnyettcvllle. Mm. Edith Couch, Mrs, Maxlne Klzii', Miss Flora Lee and Mrs. . '"·'' Elizabeth Trammcll, who suffered "I?"',' minor injuries Saturday when tile t , t i or In which they were passengers , ;.)' ,-was Involved In an accident, arc . '^.,, ; r recovering. The driver, Jack . i ....Couch, wa.i uninjured. Tiie home of Mr. and Mrs. Mar- · · · · " · ' ·'·«lwll Wbltfleld was .threatened Saturtlay by a wind-driven grass "·"·*' fire. .Nclchbors cxtinfiulshcd the flames before they reached the ^' house. ~ Mrs. Willis Drake is reported Improved following a serious illness. The Rev. Bazll Lcdford of Elklns , «nd the Rev. Jake Drake of Fny- !1 '- ettcvllle delivered the morning .(} r . and evening sermons at the Buck- .V5 ncr Baptist Church Sunday.. '**.... Prayer services will be conducl- ·· " ed Wednesday night at the home ~""' of the Rev. nnd Mrs. E. .!. Counts. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Caudle entertained Sunday with a lunch- fon for Mr. and Mrs. Ballard Hrakc, Mrs. Cordla Drake, Mr. and Mrs. William Earlcs and daughters, and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Drake. · "Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Robblns were the Rev. and Mrs. Bn?.ll Lcdford and daughters, Marylyn nnd Betty Jo; the Rev. and Mrs. Noali nubbins, Mr, and Mrs. W. T. Robhlns, Mr. and Mrs. Kermli Robblns and daughter, *" Joyce, of Elklns; Miss Connie Lynn of Sprlnjjdale, and Max Lcdford of Fnyettevllle. Mr. and Mrs.-Owen Johnson are ·pending tnll week at Ouirk. MOORE'S FUNERAL CHAPEL M../..J / in, . IVERYTHING M MJMMNO mn* SUfftlfS FAYITTIVILLE IRON and METAL CO. OOVNNMMT AVt. ·eel end tmuttrjtri*I "·'· ··H mi OM4 ClMH MMV»« HAMCUTS ONI" SOt t WHITE'S IARIIR SHOP -- «n w.-DICKSON .ONDON BOBBY WELCOMES CARLSEN \Campus Life "free" At ASC, Young Arab *^ wv * ·"--"·"'··-- Arrives Broke To Take Advantage Of-It \ CAPt-fKUIIt CAIlilN, Heroic skipper of the Bunk freighter Flying Enterprise. »l:«kcs h«nd» with a holihy on arrival 'In London from Falmouth, wliert Carltch was brou£ht ashurc. t International Rwtlojitiotot Joncsl)oro-(/P)-Offlclal* at Arkansas State College have a puz- 7,lcr on their hands: What to do with a 20-yoar-old Arab whose life savings were spent on a''trip to the United States for a free college education. Sehukki Mohammed el Khatii] appeared at Arkansas State yesterday, saying he was ready to begin classes. He had ORly $10 in his pockets--all that remained from the sale of a farm in fsracl to finance his trip to America. Khatiri save Dean of Men Robert Moore this account: After f i n i s h i n g high school In Jerusalem, he started writing letters to colleges in the United States in hopes of completing his education. Scores of colleges sent him catalogues. And then a form letter from Arkansas State arrived. It stated that "campus life at Stale is f u l l , free and friendly," and Khatiri took the sentence literally. He decided that Arkansas State was the place for him. He got $400 for the small farm left him by his late father and used the money for a steamship ticket to New York. He arrived in this country with $50. He decided that wasn't enough to get him to Arkansas. He visited a friend in Portland, Me., who gave him $45. When he arrived at Jonusboro yesterday, he had $10 left. Dean Moore, said the ((lightly- built young man is being quartered in the men's dormitory until school officials figure out what to do. The dean said an effort would be made to get Khatiri a job it he could raise 5300 to finance his first year's study. Keep e» irt*» ike Tlmn «t«y. R E V I V A L at the FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE Highway'62 West EVERY NIGHT at 7:45 Good Singing Spirit Annotated Preaching Everyone Welcome Rev. Den Montgomery Rev, Tommy Gibbs Evangelist Pastor The Company HOME of BETTER HEARING NORTHWEST ARKANSAS' ONLY LOCAL COMPLETE OFFICE Free Audiometric TMh Batteriei, Cordi and SuppliM Hearing Aid Repair Service 17 N. Locust Phon« 1026 Foyerteville, Ark. MEET THE MAN WHO KNOWS YOUR CAR BEST! ABSHIER-BRYAN MOTOR CO. Sales--FORD--Service 17 E. Mountain St. Phone 573 GOFF-McNAIR MOTOR CO. Siles-LINCOLN-MERCURY-Service 331 N. College Ave. Phone 290 GREEN CHEVROLET CO. Sales-CHEVROLET-Service 17 E. Meadow St. Phone 255 He is a man who has had specialized training on your particular make of car. His shop is equipped with the latest time-saving tools and carries a complete line of factory-tested parts. He is prepared in every way to give you first class service . . . service which will save you time and money. Get acquainted with this man. You will find him always eager to help you. Who is he? He is the service manager employed by your Authorized New Car Dealer. Truly your Friend in Need! MODERN MOTORS Soles-NASH-Service 125 W. Mountain St. Phone 252 PHILLIPS MOTOR CO., Inc- Sales-CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH-Service 620 N. College Ave. Phone 888 or 433 HATFIELD PONTIAC CO. Sales-PONTIAC-CADILLAC-Service 22 E. Meadow St. Phone 303 or 1086 HOUSTON TAYLOR MOTORS bles-DODGE-PLYMOUTH-Service 14 N. College Ave. Phone 126 . Why Take Chances? As authorized new car dealers, wt art required to conforrii to tht high, rigid standards set by the manufacturers. 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