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KHTHWHT ARKANSAS TIMIS, Faytntvill*, ArkqHM*. Tuttdoy, Ftbrirary I, IfSJ Adenauer Denies Ultimatum Is Issued; Commissioners To Meet Bonn, Gcrmany-MW/cil C e r - , l i c d High Commission. Jn return man Chancellor Konraii Adenauer denied today t h a t he had threatened to keep West Germany out of the European army and to refuse dn Allied "peace contract" until German · demands for the Saar and for membership in the North Atlantic Treaty Orsarma- made right away or the whole tion were granted. ( p l a n for both The., crimicellqr was reported to sovereignly and the Germans arc to a tlivii-ion army for Western de- have made those threats at a private caucus of his Christian Democratic party here last nitlht. A government communique issued today said the report of his statement "is wrong." The communique added that Adenauer had reported on the foreign political situation and referred to difficulties which have arisen in negotiations in the last few weeks. The earlier report of Adenaeur's remarks already had touched off an angry statement in feni;e. Mcetlnr Scheduled Informed sources said the three high commissioners will tell Adenauer more progress must be German quasi- thc creation of strong western defenses will be endangered. The high commissioners--John J. Mi'Cloy of the United States, Andre Francols-Poncct of Franec and Sir Ivone Kirkpntrick of Britain--scheduled a meeting with Adenauer today. I n f o r m e d persons said they would tell Adenauer thure is little chance of his getting his hoped- for i n v i t a t i o n to London next week to put lo Briliih, French and j A m e r i c a n foreign ministers h i Tjris by French Foreign Office sources, who said the Bonn gov- ! crnment's "regularly bigKer dc- mands" might keep Germany out of the family of West European nations. The contract is meant to give West Germany almost complete independence and.abolish the Al- NATURE'S MOST RICHLY COLORED TREE! MAPLE GROWS ANYWHERE! 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The Bonn IriJka' have been' lay- K i i i H because o£ differences on how p.iuch money the Germans should contribute to defense, details of Ihc rights of Allied defense troops in Germany, and an Allied desire (o make sure their occupation policies, j-uch as breaking industrial monopolies, are carried out. 1 Springdale Mr. am! Mrs. L. W. Searcy of Johnson- Street arc in St. Louis, j where Mr. Searcy 'is a patient at Barnes Hospital. He may be a patient there for some tync. O C. Masscy of 217 South Main i Street was taken to the City Hospital Sunday jiight f o r ' m e d i c a l I treatment. He was taken in a Cal-' | lisnn-Siscn ambulanre. i Waltr^- Might, an employe of the Norman Furniture Company. Inc., has received several blood transfusions and is being treated and j kept under observation for a se- I vere stomach condition at the Veterans Hospital after suffering from an acute hemorrhage Saturday. He was taken to the hospital in a Cal- lisnn-Sisco .ambulance. The Junior Girls Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church met Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock. There were 12 girls present. Marolyn Croft, vice president, took charge of the meeting in the absence of . Ihc president. New officers were elected for the year: President, j Kayc Wilson; vice' president, Marolyn Croft; secretary, Darleltc Holt, and reporter, Judy Tucker. '· r e f r e s h m e n t s were served at the | close of the meeting by the coun- I ' i . MIT. Elmo Samuel. Severn! Sprinfirialc residents at- i tended t h e First Sunday Kinging held at the " ..... Avoca the story teller and also played some new records during the recreation period. All the children are invited to attend this Saturday. The Ilcv. Jack Taylor of Fay- ctteville is the new pastor or the Spring Valley Baptist Church. He began his pastorate there Sunday morning. He has also been conducting a revival meeting at the Stccle Baptist Church, which will continue through February p. Everyone is invited, to attend. A special service was held Saturday nifiht at the Pcntacostal Church of God of South Thompson Street. The Rev. M. F. Coughran of Joplin, Mo., general superintendent over the world for the Pentdcostal Church of God America, was the guest speaker Mrs. A, B. Wilkcrson of Lowell was returned to her home Monday by a Callison-Sisco ambulance She entered a hospital last week for lesis and medical treatment. Prairie Grove Members of the Incal Wesley Service Guild were hosts at a district meeting of the organization Sunday at the Methodist Church Dinner was served at the Educational Builciing following a business meeting. Mrs. .Velma Oakes, the district president, presided. Siloam Springs members led the devotional and the Sprinfidale (froup 'had charge of the program. G u i l d s represented were Bcnlon- villc, Rogers, Springdalc, Siloam Springs and Kaycttcvillc. An estimated 50 persons attended. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones, Dr. and Mrs. Willard Brooks, Dr. nnd Mrs. Jerry Duck, and Mr. and Mrs. Lem Knowles drove to Tahlequah, Okla., for dinner Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lpsltcr spent Ihc weekend with Mir. Lasitcr's parents, Mr. and Mrs.'Charles Bel! of Greenwood. Mrs. Frank Ritrgall entertained the Friday Bridge Club at her uomc. This is "Hobo Week" for the Rainbow Girls here. Members arc available for haby sittinR and other kinds of work. The proceeds w i l l be used to buy equipment. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Lane spent Saturday in Fort Smith with Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Farnhain. From Fort Smith they went to Paris, where they- spent Sunday w i t h Mrs. Lane's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Farnham. They returned home Monday. Lawrence Giles, Tom Bushon/! nnd M. J. Sharp received degrees from the University of Arkansas at commencement exercises Saturday nicht. Chureh. Several special instrumental and vocal numbers were on the program. A basket dinnci was served at noon. Mrs. W. A. Hardistcr of Theodore Drive was honored with birthday dinner Sunday at the j home of her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. A r t h u r L. Hart and daughter, L i l l i a n , of Bcntonville. Other 1 guests present were W. A. jiar- ' dcstcr, Eddie Hardistcr, the hnn- nreo's husband and son. and Mr. ;md Mrs. Harold Bennett, the honoree's a u n t and uncle of Benlon- ville. The Springdalc Story Hour was held at the regular t i m e Saturday morning with a group of children present. Mrs. Albert Hough was Buel Bu?.7.ard of Ncosho. Mo., spoke at the Christian Church Sunday morning. Mr. a n d , M r s . R. E. Pycalt have returned to their home in Searcy. They were accompanied by Mrs. Wallace Pycatt, who will be their guest. _ .. The P.T.A. 'Study Group will Methodist meet at the grade school audi- M O N E Y in 1 DAY ·25 - *5O - »IOO - 'ISO or more' an tfAtn *a,tM tutfy Ot O1HIK CONVfNIfNr MANS comrAti THESE HATES ...fiert't all Idol r ou pay CASH TOUGEI $100 *3QO $500 MDHT Fiiim SI 9.09 J55.99 $93.3? HIT PATH raiiTiir S9.95 $29.14 S48.3A LNTS TiiTiiu. J6.99 $20.45 535.76 Get the money you need for holiday expenses, accumulated bills or repairs today! Many budget-wis* plant to choose from. Phorir tint... fhtn com* in 103 N. BLOCK STREET Phoni: 3118 UC5NSED IV A R K A N S A S SMTf I A N K DtPAUJMtHT PUBLIC LOAN C O R P O R A T I O N t n r i t i m at 2 p. m. Wednesday with Mrs. Edward Broylcs as leader. Mr. and Mrs. Bi.ll Carnahan have returned lo their home in Tulsa, Okla., a f t e r visiting Mr. Carnahan's sister, Mrs. Emma Seeley. The Joy Bearers Class was to meet Tuesday at the home of Mrs. j N. I,. Brooks w i t h Mrs. W. E. Knowles and Mrs. Alice Edmislon as assistant hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. George Dcnton of Clint, Texas, have returned home after spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. Ivcy H. Edmislon. Haydcn McCormick, who has been attending .school at Chicago, spent a few days here with his mother, Mrs. D. N. McCormick before leaving Sunday for his home in Denver. Colo. Kmmclt Pyeatl. who has been visiting his brother and sisters Bob Pycatt, Mrs. .1. II. Zcllncr and Mrs. D. N. McCormick, left Sunday for his home at Fresno, Calif. He was called here by the death of his brother, Wallace Pyeatt, Mrs. Goldie Garnett and Mrs. Ida Ballard of Faycttcvillc were guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Charles R a t l i f f . Miss Phoebe Harris returned ti Little Pock Sunday after being with her mother and a u n t , Mrs. .1. P. Harris and Miss Betsy Campbell, who have been ill w i t h f l u . Mrs. John Adams and children are ill with f.Iu. Mrs. Ethel Riddle is acting as substitute teacher for Mrs. Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bland of El Dorado visited Mrs. Blatld's par- enls, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carnahan. Sunday. Mr. Bland returned home Sunday night. Mrs. Bland is remaining for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McCormick of Sallisaw, Okla., spent the weekend with Mr. McCormick's mother, Mrs. D. N. McCormick. Robins, the early birds of spring, stay north relatively laic. The t o t a l ralch of U. S. commercial fishery products in 1051 amounted lo about ·!.; billion pounds. CROWN COACH SH!P*YOUH PACKAGES BY BUS! to LITTLE ROCK and MEMPHIS No e h a n (! e s. Weather, conditioned luiscs -- via Crown's shorter, all-paved rrenic route between Ft. Smith and Little Rock. UNION BUS DEPOT 101 N, Colltgt Phont IS State Colleges Face Trouble With Finances Cash In Treasury Accounts About Out, Records Show Little Huck-MVUnless lour Arkansas colleges CUM find some outside help, have a large a m o u n t of ttish on hand or drastically curtail their spending--they're in for .-"omc rough sledding w i t h i n t h e next twn months. Records show that Arkansas Tech, ftusdcHvillc; Sniilhern SlitU 1 , Magnolia; Arkansas Stale, Jonesboro, and Arkansas A. H, N., Pine B l u f f , will have exhaustc.~i the cash in their treasury arcouiils within .the next two months if they continue their eurrent rate of spending. They probably v.-iil nut gel additional state hinds u n t i l May 1. Colleges arc allotted certain amounts from the stale's general revenue fund u n t i l $33,030,000 has been collected. They do not benefit from further collodions until $12,800,000 more has been collected. A f t e r this f u n d has bren distributed, the colleges share in the next J4,410,000. State fiscal authorities do not expect to h a v e the $12,800,000 collected u n t i l May I--therefore, the four colleges have no more f u n d s coming in u n t i l at least May J. And State Comptroller Leo Roy Bcaslcy has said t h a t they would not be permitted to do any deficit spending. Agricultural College Represented Al Meet Nine member. 1 -.. of Un L'ni * rr- sity (.'(lilcjje o( A g r i c u l l u r u ,st;tf( ."ire in A t l a n t a , Ciii., a l t f i u l i i i K Ihc a n n u a l ^neelitiK of the Astucititicm of Siiuthern Aiinvultuiai Workers tirul i fin led incc'iin^s bein;t held in connci-'tioii v.'ith it. Su\cn of tin 1 i;mup w i l l prL^ent IJIIPLT:; at the HathcririK^. iJr.s, V. W. Snytler n u t l H. O. Thuinas uf thy a f i i r n i u i n y ik'iiart- meni; I'rof. H. M. Smith uf the a n i m a l industry d e p a r t m e n t : iind Carl Hancock, a ^ r i c u l l u r i d editor, w i l l address .scv^itms nf t h e i r SJH'- j c i a l groups at t h e rnoelmp, boiny held February -1 through fi. Alsn ·ittendin.i! t h a t im-otinp are Dr. Wnn-PM C l i f f o r d nf the a n i m a l tn- r!i siry d c p n r U n o n t ; nr.s. D. A. H i n k l c nnd K. J). Statcn nf the J agronomy d e p a r t m e n t ; ami Fraud;.\Villi;i"n!i, rescareli in agronomy and entomolo^j. Gordon Uariie.-:. exlen.siun cn- lomoloaisl, w i l l present a paper a', tin; m e e t i n g of r o l t f i n stales cn- tomolo^i.ils heinj* held February 4 ' to fi in conjunct inn w i t h the .Southern A g r i c u l t u r a l Worker. 1 ! mwliiiK. A weed control confcYoncc w i l l In- held m A t l a n t a from F e b r u a r y Ii through f). Tnkim: p a r t - i n it w i l l br Dr. I). A. Hinklc, who w i l l jjive twn j»;tpfi';:, and Kr/incis W i l h i i m s . ' v.'hu w i l l present one. Guest Organist Plans Concert At University i Corliss n i c h n r r l A r n o l d . pH-M | n r ^ n i s t . w i l l UP he-aid m a recital j i i t t h e A r t s Center Conceit H u l l ' n f thr U n i v e r s i t y at « p jn °' lh w j u '"'^^ shade and O i Thursday, February 7. Mi Arn-|" s r n o n t l ' 1 " aks a " wdl as ^ose'j 1 1 Ail, who hold* the m.istcr of TM ; '* _?1 J ^^ , · ' ' : ft i dcjjrrn from the U n i v e r s i t y of ^^^^j^^^^^^^-j^^ lirei't'ir nf nuwic ."it ; the Kirf-t Methodist C h u r c h of Et ; Dorado. The public H Invited In | hrar hi^ proiinrn .of frj, f itn cotn- ! P'isttdn;; by Handel, Jnhiinn Sr-.' b a y t i a n Bach, Juliu;; Huebke. ' Mi'iihm:;, Ncvin. and Duprc. ', AdvrrtUf In thr TIMES -II pat", i AUTO WORK by reliibl* mtchanlct* All work GUARANTEED. BHOUGHER and ROI Wniltlfly'i OlrHt, IIKfc Ot WKIOtty'* Xf»k« «Mi» PMM Oil (;, Neil and Smarllr Styled H l r cut: and Good Clean Shirci HAIRCUTS ONI* 50t WHITE'S BARBER SHOP 405 W. DICKSON MOORE'S FUNERAL CHAPEt [ WALT BEACH j | GtmrantMd Watch R#paMfi| ; With Brewer*! Cte*nm j . IS C. Center ttr»*4 ( FAVCTTEVILLC, ARM. 5 PIMM 12M i O»t Oty fttrvtt* J Announcement. . . Bob Maeder Formerly with D-X Service Station at 126 North Colleg* IS THE NEW LESSEE OF THE ULTRAMODERN Lion Oil Service Station CORNER COLLEGE AND DICKSON Mr. Maeder earnestly soliciii your conlinutd patronage »nd pledges lo strive lo rcrve you even betler in thi fuiurc. Open Weekdays 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.--Sundays 12:30 p.m. io 6 p.m. Y, F. W. Sponsoring Drive To Raise Funds To Buy Wheel Chairs Jnck Tldwell Post No. j 2722 of lilt V. F. W; ii ' il'onioring a drivt to ) raiso funds with which = to purchaio additional , w h e e l c h a i r s and. crutches for use by tht people of tht county who need them. The mathod us*d is through the s a l t of tubscrtollont to popular marjdzines, i n I e s men for which will c a r r y litters of identification signtcl by Oran While- house, commander of of chni'co under thf rurrcnt tviu- coived in this manntr nuimly srmec |»n.j^ct. will b« used to purchase additional equipment. No donations will be solicited by the post, this equipment to bo najd for strictly thhrough commissions from the subscriptions. A similar drive was conducted two years ago and some wheel chain and crutches were bought, and thti« have been in continuous use in homos over the" county since. Others have been needed at different times whtn they wore not available. Your placing of subscriptions to magazines at ihJj time will aid in raising the money notded for this equipment which will fill many future needs In the county, and will cost you no more money than tht regular subscription rate of your magazines. Th °V. F. W. POST No. 2722 FAYETTEVILLE, ARK. German-Born Memphis Girl Wins 1,000 Lion Oil Scholarship Happy Ellen SchiMman receive! J 1,000 scholarship award from Stuart Berryman, Lion Oil Scholarship Fund representative. At right, Miss Elizabeth Clinton, Ellen's English teacher, looks on proudly during special assembly ol Central High School, Memphis. Miss Clinton received $200 for sponsoring the prize-winning essay. Th« ceremony was broadcast over radio station WMC, Memphis. H O N O R A B L E ' M E N T I O N W I N N E R S City State Baldwyn, Miss. Bartlett, Tenn. Canton, Miss. Clarksdnle, Mifw. Clarksdale, Miss. Ft. Smith, Ark. Harrison, Ark. Lexington, Tenn. Little Rpck, Ark. Madison, Miss. Magnolia, Ark. Martin, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Milan, Tonn. Nashville, Tenn. New Albany, Mwg. Norphlet, Ark. Richlon, Miss. Tillar, Ark. Tillnr, Ark. Waterloo, Alabama High School Baldwyn High Nicholas Bliickwell High Canton High Boho High Clarksdale High FL. Smith Senior High Harrison High IjCxington H i g h . Little. Rock Senior High Madison-Ridgeland High Magnolia High Martin High Mclrose High South Side High M i l a n High Cohn High New Albany High Norphlel High Richton High Tillnr High Tillar High Walirlrm High Student Nancy ly^lpy William H. Klemm Kate Roberts Charlsic Tonilinnon Eleanor Day Kthleyn Cathey Barna Jane Hurt ('Jail Midrllctnn . Gordon Naylor, Jr. Wiley Thornton Betty C r u m p Shirley Ann Freeman Mildred Sr-aUi Beverly Lilly. Biihhie Sue (x Clark Hi!l«n Angelenc Smith Jackie Wray McNult H u g h Thorns Ann Fontaine Hire Jesse Carol Hollowny Hetty Jane Skipworth Teacher-Sponger Mrs. Sale Martin Kalo McKimion Mildred Coleman RCRS Norman Mrs. Annie Sec Sparks Nora Brown Bryan T. Gray Mrs. W. 13. Wilson Mrs. K a f h e r i n C. Taylor MrK, Unico Barkixlalo Bill Barlow Mrs. Frank Wiles Mrs. M. I. .McOleavo Anniikay Tharp Willie jMaiule Thornpnon Ix!oln S. Driver R u t h Kli/alxilh M a h n u Mre. Dudley Huckaboe Olga Clifton Bertha T. Tillar Bertha T. Tillar I'A'a Dendv Another Big Opportunity To Win Scholarships Students! 3rd Big Lion Oil Kssny Contest for High School Students in Still Open Yniir oimny miiy win Ihc firnt pri/p -- n $1,000 K c l i o l n r p h i p or (inn nf tin; n u r n p r r n i H cnwb nwnrdri, Simply write nn c,smiy nn: "Wh»l DMH Th« Koulli Offer For My Fulurr?" ABk your Innchcr fur nilTM Iniik1i(, nr wriln Linn Oil^chfil;inlii|i l-'unfl. ICt Ddniflu, Arlunwm. Hurryl C«nli»l d»w« milnii;)u, Kolinmry IS. Write Lion Oil Scholarship Fund TODAY for Dutoili Tcaclftrs! 2nd Lion Oil Essay Contest for High School Teucherti is Still Open Why nni Kinrl ynur I.,',00 word (nr l-w) i-nlry nnw! Hrmi'inliiT ihi'rn nm Ihrw hie JI.M'O K'holnrnhipM. Hnri-'s ynur opimrliliiily l o w i n n $1 ,^IH) M'htiliir. hhip fnr iiflvnnc-ril nluciilinn, Wriln nn I'Wiiiy in: "Mow I C.'nn llonl Prniinrn My SluclimH For Th« Future" Vuur^nd l.iim Oil Kvuiy Cimtcmdimai Mnrchlll. Ellen SchifTmun, whose parents fled Nazi · oppression, wing chance at additional $3,000 G r a n d Prize Scholarship with Hincere, moving essay on ."What Does My Country Deserve From Me?" Fourteen BliorLyeiirn u^o, I'red Schilfman WM forc*d to leave his n a t i v e Sanrbrucken, Gerttiany. A friendly AmericH adopted him, and he settled bjl famiJy in Memphis, lenncBsec, Perhaps this is a good reason why 17-year-old Ellen, hin daughter, felt ulie should enter the Lion Oil contest., . and why she did no weU. At any.rala the judges for this second essay competition had no trouble in choosing Ellen as first-prize winner. The pretty, popular Central High School student from Memphis plans to get her degree, then teach English and history. In her own words, she "want* to help the young people of the South get a good education." 1ft prlc* wlnn»r iptnlvr -- Ornci- oufl Mimt Ill-til C l i n l fMXt.W nhc received for »[Kin- Scliifrinan for an icntiim." OTMII WINN1K 2nrf prlic winner --S«c«nri Prix* -- UJO.OO.Lucky, 4i^' h a r d - w o r k in ner Nonnit Hue R o o p o f K t .; Smith, Arkaraax HiKh wax finif- pri/'j winner of ono of llio Til Inrf ft\tm winner I p c n t o r M i n i Nora llmwn, xhv HIMiiuvm*! Norma Itfiup in hpr iwc- '·wwy miry, will receive 1100.00 ciaflli and an nil'iilinnitl M»li n w n n l ,f }'_.',. 00 f'lr her np'iiwirHliip of imi; of thn '22 other priwi winntint. Irrf frit* wiflMr -Irtf frltt- $100.00. A m i : MiuEnfl Hod|M of New Albany, MiKiMippi Hiih . School wu nn- olhnr re^icnt winner! 8h« hud hern necond'prizc winner in the tiritt Lion contrtt durinK ta« currant Khool year. i* wlnn«r llollij .McNcer. M n x i n e ' s J o u r n a l i n m teacher w i l t r e c e i v e a ».'i 0 . 0 ( 1 c a i i h _ awnrfl for ppunlorinf Ml pri/e-wincioi ttudent MMy. Judgti «f tht con*ftlt wtrtl IJtmiKcllor (Uivie Uranacomb, V i c e - C h a n r c l l o r M a d i . o n Snrrnll . I'r'if. l-l ill Dilncap, . I Jrprtr'nu'nt of Isngluh, and" I'f'if. Herman N'iion, Depart- m.:nt of J'olitiral tlciencc: all of Vniulrrhill Univbrnity, Na«h- ville, TeniwiwtM. , « Why Lion Oil Scholarship Fund Was Established TSe Lion Oil Scholonhlp Fund woi originated by Ibn Oil Company In 1950 lo broaden the educational opportunl* lie* of Southern Youth ... Our Future Leaden. The program wai expanded lltis year (o provide tcholaiihipj no! only for itudenh, but olio for high ichool iftachflri so that they may ihara thn ben*fih of advanced edvtafion with Southern boy* and girli . . . iom and daughter! of Our Good Neighbors for Lion Oil Ii parl-and-porcel of th« Soi/ih, with mor« |Hon 2,400 men and women on itj SI 1,000,000 annual payroll. lion fvijli and lubrlennlt hslp turn the wheeU of Southern tnduilry, lion chemical f?rlilizer» itcp up yiefdi of Southern agriculture We'r« "Home Folki" in tht Southland. LION OIL COMPANY IL BOIAPO, A R K A N S A S

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