Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 13, 1952 · Page 12
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February 13, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

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-NOCIMWtST AfHCANSAS TUMI, M«t«»*«. AHiMMT WidntMlay, Ftbrtiary 13, If52 At Newark Remains Cloud Pendtog Investigation wn*t York-Government and nil 1 IIM efficlalt have promised to Kip Jfawart: airport closed poncl- M| congressional "and other rc- tponilble official invc.sllRiliunt." 'Another direct result of the New York' metropolitan nrca's fourth airliner crash in two months U an ,agr«mcnt by 25 airlines to crwte a special Safely Co:nmitlcc and;to-hold flights over roncwlcd . area* to a minimum. · Governmei,! anrl airline official!, niet here rir nlmost six hours ycsterdsy In HIP wiike of Monday's smash-lip of «' Nnti«ni) Airlines plane in K!l?.a.botl, N. .J. 1 i GALLON Vanilla Ice Cream 64c Holland Brtn. leckar Plant Mewsmen wen 1 burred from tho closed meeting, but two persons 'l-.o flltciided suid there wn* strong sentiment for tventual reopening of the Newark field, which border* IClIziihcth. KllRhl opc'r.ilors nt La Guardla and I tl lew I Id fields in the Queens borough of New York Clly and at Tclcrlioro. H. .1.. worn discussed. The Port of NViv York Aulhorlly, a Iwn-stalc Ptonoy, operates these fields ns well as Newark airport. The rllsaKt'.T Monday, -killing .11 person*, \\a» the third lime a nc using Newark airport crashed in the Now Jersey city A total EVERYTHING IN PLUMIINO and SUPPLIES FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. GOVERNMENT AVI. ·'·3 I Qld-fiihionod Straight Kentucky Bourbon with the aroooth mellownoiKt of tgt.., Nature's grant fifl to your enjoyment. NOM finer it «ny price. sss* o( 117 passcr.Kors and residents havci died in two months. The Port A u t h o r i t y called yos- j Icrriay's mcclinij, which \VIIB at' tended by /cprcsent,itlvcs at 25 domestic airlines, three li.insport associations, pilots, the Civil Aeronautics A d n i i i i - n t i n t l c m and the Civil Aeronautics Board. C a p I. Sclalc Hlckcnbncker, American World War I a':c 'and now president of Eastern Airlines, wns appointed head of the 15- mcmhof airlines' Safety Commit' Ice. I t will hold its first meeting here Friday. Chinese Who Helped End U.S. long Wars Buried Chirngo-f/IVChln Runs KO/IK, 00, w e l l - k n o w n among his people as n statesman and h u m a n i t a r i a n and by the title of "peacemaker," was burled Tuesday after one of the large*! Chinese funerals In the city's history. More than 3,000 persons lined the streets of Chinatown to pay their respects to the nominal head of the Chin, or Chan, family in this country.' , Chin, an importer and exporter, died J a n u a r y 31. Hn was Riven the "peacemaker" title because of his efforts to settle the so- called Tons Wars of. years ago in the United States. Members of the Chan f a m i l y came from 2!) states and H a w a i i io attend the services at the Chinese Chrintinn Union Church. Dragon Of Klan Charged With Postal Violations Iniwssee, Fla.-{/P)-Thc grand n of the Florida Ku Klux Klnn hns been indicted on charges of viola!Ing,the postal laws. Bill .llcndrix is accused in a four-count indictment of m a i l i n g libclous and defamatory posl- emtis to' Drew Pearson, newspaper and radio columnist, ;ind lo Kenneth Ballingcr, Tallahassee lawyer; Slfite Kcp. nryanl Pattern of Apalflt'hicola, chairman' of the Florida American Legion's Americanism 1 Committee; tmd to Gov. Fuller Wflrrcn. llcndrix wns jailed yesterday in $2,000 bond. Two Are Charged With j Theft Of Narcotics I Fort Smith, ArK.-(/P)-T\vo Fort Smith men have been charged with RrnnH- larceny in the t h e f t of $40 worth of narcotics from an Alma drugstore. The two, Ge»i«c Patv vin, 35, and Buford fcmilh, 30,' were nrrested nt Benlonvillc Sat- nrdny--the clay a f t e r the narcotics wore taken from the Alma pharmacy. I Serving Coke serves hospitality One thing most gticsls will welcome is ice-cold Coke, liasy lo serve... easy on the l i n i l ^ e l . . . and so welcome, Keep several carious on hand. . tOTTHO UIIDII AUtMOHIT Of TMI C O C » - C O l » C O M f A N Y It MTITTIVIllI COCA-COU IOIIUNO COMPANY Phon* M(K O IM. '"t cfc»-coi» cowr/wr Feels Deeply About Onions Bultc, Mont.-(/!'j-Ucnni3 Lam bcrl doesn't like onions on his hamburgers. He filed a 516.500 damage Mill in District Court to prove it. Lambert said he went into a tavern and ordered a hamburger. When he got it, lie removed the onion. This, he said, caused the tavern owner, W. B. Booth, to strike him in the face, grab him by the throat, push him against a wall and beat him. Factory Employment In Arkansas Declines A t l a n t a , fJa.-M'J-Kaclory em- loymenl declined in Arkansas, ouisiana and Oklahoma Jiist December but increased in Texas. The Labor Department's Bu- eau of Labor Statistics here said HIT increase of 2,400 jobs in Texas tcpl employmc-nt steady in the four Soulhv/t!£ii:rn states at a total of 711,400 workers. . PLAN TO BUILD S« Our MitnliL Get Our Plicei. Try Our StrTict. DYKE LUMBER CO. 301 St. CharlM 2 YEAR ROSE BUSHES 55c Crider Bros. Nursery .GREENLAND. ARK. P»k Production Near Chouteau, Okla.-(/I';-The Na- tiona. Gypsum . Company's paper mil! is on Its way toward a peak production of 150 tons a ' d a y for Bhlpmcnt lo its three wallboard factories. Not white, not wneat, not rye, but a flavor blend of all three-Junge's Roman Meal Bread. 11-19-tf WHO FIXES RADIOS? We've Been Serving You 20 Year* SMITH RADIO SHOP FIRST SHOWING thru Sat. 7-9--Sat. Mat. 2:30 RATED-TOP WESTERN Ht Utftfit iast Great OUTLAW MIPS/ C IMARRON W**TT%'/ ciKMMmnE! Ml MLTM .-* AUDIE MURPHY-MITE DIM -ai mtm HSI- IBF mm-m vm A T ARK HELD OVER! v fc w n '·· - · * . . .. · j for another hilarious day The fleet's all in . . . from laughing! . . . and so are our patrons! DON'T MISS Features at: THIS ONE! 1:15-3:15-5:15-7:20-9:20 UARK TONIGHT 7:00-9:00 P.M. The WONDER Picture of all time! and Litest World Newi PALACE Today !t ' Thuridiy BOXOFFICE OPENS 12:45 P.M. Sing ft Laugh your way down olt Broadway with Betty ft McDonald! Berry ff/?A8te } ,. Meet Me ftfter } . the Show · -f Cirloan ft Comedy NOW ON DISPLAY! Come see the cor with America's most revolutionary engine design. It's sensational! TREMENDOUS NEW POWER! Biggest engine advance in a generation . . .' 160 horsepower . . . terrific acceleration and cruising performance on regular fuel! TREMENDOUS NEW FEATURES! Try new Power Steering . . . it's unbelievable! Super-safe Power Brakes. No-Shift Driving. Electric Window Lifts. Lots more! DESOTO HAS POWER STEERING! It's absolute m n g i c l . . . now you can turn the wheel with one finger. Hydraulic power does the work for you. Parking is child's play.. Come on in and try it! NEW, UNIQUE AIR-VENT HOOD! Look nt the new DeSoto above ... note the Air-Vent that directs air to carburetor. This helps increase engine power I Wh;u ii'dtwiilf i;r«i, wb«n ovoif. ·bit, oft optional tquipmtnK FIRE DOME has famous dome-shaped combustion chambers with centralized spark plugs ... the engine design thnt gets more power from every drop of gas. This new DeSoto will be themost Miked, «bout car of 1952. See it TODAY I NORTH COLLEGE MOTOR CO. 901 North College Phone 2670 0*1 Mlu eiKHKMO MARX ·· "Tt. 1.1 T*tt IM«". . . PrtiMMI ky N SOTO-mMOUTN Dnhn M Utk Mt «rf TtbvMw (NIC Ntiwrt.) . . . S«* fcf Ttan mt SMrM

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