Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 1, 1952 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 1, 1952
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NORTHWtfT MKANSAS flMK, fayMtovfto, ArfcaMM, Friday, februm? f, 1*tt isb III U.S. New York-W)-Tlie Communist party in the United States is "well prepared to take aetion" for Hus- lla in event of war with this country, says Herbert A. Philbrick who ·crved the FBI as a counter-spy for nine years. Despite recent legal actions against Communists, the remaining American Reck continue to be "a real menace," Philbrick declared. Newspoper Circulation Hits All-Time High New York-W-Total 1951 daily newspaper circulation In the United Stales surpassed 6'!,000,000 for the first time in history, Editor and Publisher reported yesterday. On January I, 1952, the trade publication said, there were 1,773 daily newspapers in the U. S. On October 31, the latest available for complete figures, their combined daily net Was 54,017,938. paid circulation In 1950, the total was 53,829,072. Figures He's Tops Las Vegas, Nev.-fXPJ-Juslice of the Peace James Down, Jr., figures he married more couples last year than anyone else. His mark: 7,103 weddings, a trifle under 20 a day. Sundays were his really busy days. Altogether, there were 18,14: weddings in Las Vegas in 1951. Five Cents On NewboM Morris Said Gambling Picked ;Chosen Cleanup Head Up As Revenue Washington-One 50-cent bet in Minnesota was duly reported by the federal government today. The Internal Revenue Bureau, in a report of the new federal gambling lax, listed collections of five cents on gambling operations in Minnesota for November. The lax is 10 per cent, so that meant the bel amounted lo 50 cents. Two gamblers in Minnesota had taken out the new feder gambling tax stamp in Novembe at a cost of $$33.34 each. BID RAISED-CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONK money directly to the governo several have said they contribute to his campaign. Vaughan said his first gift McMath was at Christmas, 194 He told the commission he offcre a $500 check to the governor "f he and his family." The governor wouldn't accc] the cheek personally, but sugges ed a campaign contribution of tl same amount be made, sai Vaughan. Vaughan said he late took $500 in cash to the governo m 'Cough Help For coughs and bronchitis due lo colds you can now getCrcomulsioo specially prepared for Children in a new pink and blue package and be sure: (1) Your child will like it. (2) It contains only safe, proven Ingredients. (3) It contains no narcotics to disturb nature's processes. (4) It will aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed throat and bronchial membranes, thus relieving the cough and promoting rest and *lecp. Ask for Crcomnlsion for Children in the pink and blue package. CREOMULSION FOR CHILDREN nlltm CMfiH, Cktit Mfc. tcik Itmchltli 4 Famous HEARING AID Features ONLY ZENITH CIVES YOU Ait THESE: * Ixcluiiv* PERMAPHONE * ··!«·¥· lottery Switch * 4-Potftion Ton* Control * Fingertip Volume Control "HOYAL" AND "SUPI»-*OYAL" HEARING AIDS ·ccfc ' m t* ton* Conduction Devi'crt Available at Moderate Extra Coil 10-DAY RETURN PRIVILEGE . EASY PAYMENTS DIXIE RADIO 42 DicMtn Phon 1242 I A T U H I I S F O I A I L A I D S The witness added that Christmas, 1950, after McMath victory over former Governor Be Laney, he gave the governor $20 in cash for the campaign fund. Vaughan added that his tota contributions in 1948--when Me Math was sucking n first term- and 1949 were about $14,000. Reports Gifts Made The contractor also told of othe gifts lo state employes. He sai that at Christmas, 1949, he gav John K. Brown, former Highwa Department purchasing agent ani now stale purchasing agent, an Henry Woods, the governor's ex ecutive secretary, a $100 bill eac to buy themselves a suit. Vaughai also testified that upon Governo McMath's request he paid a $366.7 hospital bill for Slate Fire Marsha Walter L. McLavcy. McLavcy, formerly of Ho Springs, was wounded in a gut battle which followed the escap* of four convicts from the Arkansa Penitentiary e a r l y in 1950 Vaughan said .the governor "tele phoned me and asked me if could help pay the boy.'s hospita bill. He said the state did not have funds for it because McLavc; wasn't on duty." The contractor said he paid thi bill and hasn't been repaid. Sheriff's Name Mentioned The name of Con way Count: Sheriff Marlin Hawkins was men tioncd again yesterday. Gordon MoNulty, president of two Pine Bluff construction companies, saic lie rented some trucks from Hawkins -- at Hawkins' suggestion -in early 1950. The contractor said, however, ;hat the trucks were unsatisfactory and he made Hawkins "take 'em out." He added that while he nwcc only about SI,000 on the deal, he paid off 51,500. He said Hawkins protested ter- ninalion of the arrangement ric ;pite the fact that lie collectec an additional $500. "Did Hawkins indicate to you .hat he had any influence with he McMath administration," Mc"Julty was asked. "I guess he did," replied the contractor. Last Wednesday, J. C. Baker, 'ormer highway director, testified hat Woods asked him in late 1949 r early 1950 to aid Hawkins "in my way that he could." HARRY SANFORtJ-- :ONT1NUED FROM PAGS OJ.E Vatson's Mortuary, conducted by ho Rev. D. L, Dykes, Jr. Burial vill be in the Evergreen ccme- cry under the direction of Waton's Mortuary. Choose your jeweler before ·boosing jewelry--Beebe's 30-6* Keep up with Ihe times--re»c he Timra dally. You are cordially invited to Open House in celebration of Our 33rd Anniversary ALL DAY SATURDAY Delicious Maryland Club coffee and hot biscuits with jelly will be served free. SEE THE MANY MARVELOUS HOME APPLIANCES ON OUR SALES FLOOR CY CARNEY APPLIANCE COMPANY South Sidt Square Phont 1728 i | Washington - (IP) - The Evening | Star said today Ncwbold Morris, former president of the New York City Council, has been chosen to direct the long-promised "cleanup" of the federal government. Morris, a Republican, will be named an assistant to Attorney General McGralh, the newspaper said. President Truman has given McGrath over-all supervision of the move to clean up any remaining governmental corruption. A prominent New York lawyer, Morris, in 1949, ran for mayor of New York. William O'Dwyer, now Ambassador to Mexico, defeated him. O'Dwyer is a Democrat. State Violent Death Toll Up To Eight -Little liock-W)-Arkansas' vio- Ifflit death toll for the week stood at eight Friday. Five persons have been killed in traffic accidents. Mrs. Alma Savcll, 1!), died near Texarkana, Ark., Thursday when the car in which she was riding overturned. Mrs. Elizabeth Cheney, 48, of Lexington, Mo., was killed when the car in which she was riding overturned near Marshall Thursday. Advertiie in the TIMES--It pan. CUMMINGS HOLDS-CONTINUED FROM t'AGI! OMr: Judge's ruling showed lliut in Ward 1 Hhca received 27 valid votes and Davidson 22. Ward 2 gave Rhea 24 and Davidson 17, while In Ward 3 the vole was 20 to 20 In Davidson's favor. In Ward 4 Rhca polled nine and Davidson 13. THOUSANDS OF- CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE by the walkout. He declined lo name the companies. Marion Ward, secretary-treasurer of the Arkansas Bus and Truck Association,' said the strike w j u l d affect about 3,000 Arkansas communities that receive freight service only by trucks. The union asked a lU-ccnt-an- hour wage increase in Arkansas. Motor freight dockmcn and pickup men--including those in Northwest Arkansas cities and (owns--were also idled by the strike of truck drivers, although the dockmen and pickup men arc not on strike. All common carriers in the area arc affected by the walkout, according to one Faycttevilie freight firm. There are at least five major carriers with terminals in Fayetteville. Only a few drivers of ovcr-thc-road or terminai-to tcrm- nal trucks are stationed here, liowcver. Keen up with the time ·· TIMES UU. -read Air Force Jet Stays Aloft For Record Time Edwards, Calif.-MVAn A i r Force jc^ fighter, by refueling fotir times from a flying Utnker. has managed io stay aloft I- hours, five minutes. Edwards Air FUITC I3asc officer..- believe the flight, made last Saturday over the Mojavo desert by Lt. Waller the longest time in the air for jcls. The plane Hodges used is a F-8-IC; Thunderjct, the product of Hcpub- llc Aircraft. Don nchfcldt of the Milwaukee Hawks in Ihe NBA says that dancing lessons arc prolonging his basketball career. Todoy's Market-- SI. Louis Livestock .'·.'.'.iiomil Stofkyimlr., 111.-(US D A J - l l o n s ii.500; weights 180-220 His. active, afi to 50 higher t h a n ! : Thursday's average; h e a v i e r Wrights unevenly 13 lo .10 higher; 170 I bs. dmvii 50 In 75 h i g h e r ; wiws strung In 'J5 higher: bulk I IBO-l^O llw. mostly choice Mo. 1 | and a w i t h .yjnil' No. .'In 18.75-911; 2?.~i-:M(l Ib::. cl.oicc No. I, ·_' u n i t ;i. 18.00-50; fr.y down to 17.7S; 2f,0- .1(10 Ib.s. l(i.7.i-l"."3; 150-170 lha. lli.75-lll.2ri; mil-Mil Ib'.. 4.51). Hi.50; 1(111-11 (I l|.«. pi R s Kl. OU-M.25; sows -)()(! Ib?. do'.vn !!.."()-Mi,2,V, heavier sows l.'l. 5(1-15.2;']; j.lags tet-- Cut lie 100 calves 225; generally about stcfirty w i t h Individual soles to establish pHe? tr*nd; some choice and prfme 110-lb. weights upward to 28.00; slaughter,' cwc.i steady, few sales utility i · K«od ewes 11.00-14.00; small Iot« culls 9.00-11.00 aged bucks 11.00.-' Sm Quad* Nashville. Ark.-(/P)-Mrs. Loon- ·fly hc.'id.: small Inls commercial to low choice and heifers 28.00-33.00; utility and commercial cows mainly 20.90-23.00; farmers and cul- lers ld.OD-20.00 w i t h some thin shelly dinners as low as 13.00; little done on hulls, generally hid- ding unevenly lower; vealers sleady: hulk soorl and choice yesterday saw her quadruplets for. )1 32.00-:i!).00; limited number h i i t h j l h c first time since their birth Jn choice and prime 40.00-11.00; with I January M. She saw her" three, i n d i v i d u a l k i n d to 43.00; u t i l i t y ! hoys and a jjlrl at Howard County = and cnniinemal 21.00-30.00. j Memorial Hospital yesterday, fj Sheep -190; undertone weak on I * few lots offered hut not enough! Artvrrtbw In the TUHFS--It UTt. . arcl Ponder of Murfrecsbo'ro, Ark., ;m- ing "Hot Flashes" stopped or strikingly relieved In 63-80%' of cases in doctors' tests! * Are you colng Ihroiifjh change of lile" . . . Miltcr- illB the "hot llnshes," ni-r- vous tension. Irritability wcnkncss and olher types tress of this dinicuit time? Then . .. here's hopo for you! -In tests by doctors. L y r t i a P l u k h n i n ' s C o m pound and Tablets j,-;tve I'ellcf from such distress . in O and SO',;, dcspce- tively) of the cases tnsteil. Complete or striking relief! Surely ynu know that Lyillu Plnkham's Is tcimtini-aUij modern in action! Surrly you know what ll luis donr lor oillrrs! nut do you know ivlini I' will do for you' Not If you haven't cxin-rli-iu-rd me relief Of triiMon "(lni,!i'!»" ,,j.,| |, r) . lability It no o l l c n hrln^ i»t lief art- f t m u h c r dnv . try Lyrlln Pinkt with hus . try Lyrlln Pinktmnr* . tin; Vcci-tiiiJli; Cuinjimiml ew. unproved Tntijrtr. iiddcd Iron . . . mid discover how much rnsirr your "clinnufi of llf ( ," may be! Yniuiypr trowcii anii 0irh~- s u i f r r l n j ; from f minimi ill fmlns mid dlnirvfti of iii-'ii- h i r u n t Inn ---Dllil J ' l t t k h a i n ' t wonderful too! /( contain* no iitmi-rlrnifrrmip tlmqx! R E V I V A L Now Through Feb. 8 - 7:30 P. M. Jack Taylor, Evangelist Lawrence Layman Song Leader AT Steele School House 2 Miles South of Tontitown Public Invited I r Mor« power for 'S2I Vor example: new Ford Truck 145-h.p. Cargo King V-8 delivers most horsepower per cubic inch of any gasoline truck engine among the five sales leaders! New FORD TRUCKS for'52 Engineered for modern, low-cost Speed Hauling NOW FIVE great Ford Truck engines permit closer "tailoring" of truck power to your specific truck job. No other truck line in the low- prke field gives you so many poiv^r choices, series for series, in '/i-ton to 3-ton trucks! Amttabihtit o] tquipment. afctttMirt nn d (rim at illut- Iratad i'» dfptndent upon material iup;,(ir conitiliorw. 5 5 00 T H U c u S f R S DfMONSTMTIB ' FORD TRUCK ICONOMtl MODI POWM IN THi f»MIO "JJ9" V-« AND THI "254" ·» ««l Advnncc.1 in 1962 with fireator power ccon- ' S « D T urkV now develops 106 h.p. Tho 2M cu. p' !; n Bic Si! U nto advanced to 112 h.p., for C ° uvcn more ouUUnding iwrformancc on O loiiRh, heuvy duty jobs. ONLY FORD TRUCKS GIVE YOU ALL THESE OTHER FEATURES: 1. Choie. of V-l or Six I 2. Full-flow oil flHtr cleans tviry drop of oil. 3 Autolhermlc pittont lo maintain high compreulon f)t. 4. Preciiion-moldtd allay crankshaft reducti journal friction. 5. Two fine eobt, the 5-STAR, and (al added cojt) the 5-STA« EXTXA1 r. ci. Coine** and*** ford Trueb for '52 cost still less to run! 0 ^ / ABSHIER-BRYAN MOTOR CO, 17-21 East Mountain Street Foycttevillt, Arkansas

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