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Tuesday, February 19, 1952
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· fas MUftTHWUI ARKANSAS TIMIS. Foyttttvilb, ArkditMi, Tundoy, February If, IM2 Korean Veterans To Be Honored At Dinner Sbellon-Tuckor American Legion Post No. 27 will honor the re- turhlnf Korean w»r veterans Thursday night with- a pot luck dinner in the Legion Hut. All members of the Legion and Auxiliary are being asked to bring a salad or dessert tu the dinner, which will begin at 7 p. in. The University football coach- in., staff will be present to show a film of the Arkansas-Tulsa football game of last year. Future Pharmacists And State President Do We Have Te Die? Thirty-nine .years ago in for-learned there, tinder the Ruidnnce ridden Tibet, behind the highest mountain* in the world, a young J o u r n a l i s t named Edwin J. Dingli found the answer to this question. A great mystic opened his eyet.H great change came over him. H« realized the strange power that knowledge gives. Thit Power, he says, can transform the life o f ' anyone. Questions, whatever they arc, can be answered. The problems of health, de»th, poverty and wrong, can be solved. . In his own case, he was brought back to splendid health. He acquired .wealth, too, as well as world-wide professional recognition. Thirty-nine years ago, he was sick as a man could be and live. Once his coffin was bought. Years of almost continuous tropical fevers, broken bones, near blindness, 'privation and danger had made a human wreck of him, physically and mentally. He was about to be sent back home to die, message came for you in Tibet." Ho w a n t s ' t o tell the whole world what he when a strange -"They are wailing of the'.greatest mystic ho ever encountered durlnic his 21 -years of travel throughout the world. He wants everyone to experience the greater health and the Power, which there came to him.. Within ten years, he was able to retire to this country with a fortune. He had been honored by fellowships in the world's leading geographical societies, for his work as a geographer. And today, 30 years later, he is still so ath- Ictic, capable of so much work, so young in'appearance, it is hard to -believe he has, lived so long. As a first step in their progress toward the Power that Knowledge gives, Mr. Dingle wants to send to readers of this paper a 9,000-word treatise. He snys the time is here for it to be released to the Western World, and offers to send it, free of cost o r ' obligation, to sincere readers of this notice. For your free copy, address The Institute of Mentalphysics, 213 South Hobart Blvd., Dcpt. C-374, Los Angeles 4, Calif. Readers are urged Jo write promptly as only a limited number of the free bo'oks have been printed. We'll give you SPOT CASH FOR ALL YOUR USED BURLAP AND COTTON BAGS Bring them to our BENTONVILLE PLANT We'll buy all we can get --and give you CASH on . . the barrel head. MIDWEST BURLAP BAG CO. PHONE 647 109 A ST. SW. BENTONVILLE, ARK. PLANT* IN DII MOINI* IOWA ·"'· KANIA1 CITT Minaum MINNtArOLIt MINN. WUTVILLI IU.INOI* Glenn Rickotts, president'of the Arkansas Pharmaceutical Association and Dr. fi. O. Bachmann, nf the- University's Pharmacy School faculty, are shown above with student 'officers of the American and Arkansas Pharmaceutical Associations. Left io rl rhl, James M u l l l n s of LIIKO Village, secretary; Milton May, Rosebud, editor of the Hazorback Pharmacist; Joe Bruce, Smackovcr, social chairman; Richard Stanford, Hope, treasure'r; Tlicll Bowlin, Mulberry, publicity chairman; Charles Harris, Parapould, vice president; Ralph Mackey, Hot Springs, president; Lloyd Nelson, Morrillon, vice president, (Puska T1MESHOTO). · ' ·" University Rifle Team Beats Arkansas Slate The University Army HOTC rifle team defeated the Arkansas State College team Saturday in Jonesboro, 1,71)0 to 1,720--making a "clean sweep of the series with ASC. Don Mitchell paced the U. A. team with 375, the highest individual match score fired this sea- ion by the U. A. riflemen. Other ; c o r es were Tom Beasley .157, Tommy Stanford 35'., Carter Davis 353, D. C. Davis 351, and Cireyson Yctter 339. The U. A. team will meet the ROTC team from Henderson 1 STOMACH GAS faxes the HEART An accumulation of gas in the stomach forms pressure, crowds the heart and results in bloating, "gassy" catches, palpitation and shortness of breath. This condition may frequently be mistaken for heart trouble. CERTA-VIN is helping such ga: "victims" nil over Fnycltcviii*. This-new medicine is taken before meals, so it works with your food --helps you digest food faster and belter. Gas pains go! Bloat vanishes! Contains Herbs and Vitamin B-l with Iron to enrich the blood and make nerves stronger. \Vea*k, miserable people soon feel different all over. So don't go on suffering. Get CKHTA-VIN.-- CHnchcn's Fayctlcvillc Drug Store.. State Teachers College here Saturday,. Jbituary Doyle McCarver D^vJe McCarver, 63, of Wcn- atchie. Wash., died at his home Monday, following an extended illness. He WHS horn at Draltes Creek, Ark., September IB, 1888 and moved to California to make his home at the age of 20 years. He returned to Arkansas in 1025, where he remained u n t i l 1041. He then moved to Wemilchic, He was married to Frances Smith in November of IflOG, and was n mcm- icr of* the Assembly i of God Church. Air. McCarver Is survived by five sons, Ivan McCarver of. Oronio, Wash., Wallace McCarver of Norwalk, Calif., Kenneth McCar- i'cr of Wcnatchio, f}nd .Tnck McCarver of Ynkima, Wnsh.; three daughters, Mrs. Vesta Van tf cider ofLeavcnworlh.Wnsh.nobn Wnm- Home,'are incomplete, ilor of Wenalchie, and Doris Rosc- jcary of Orondo; three brothers, Kinnry, all mothers nf the Fay- cttcvlllc Board of Realtors. Horace A, Camtron Horace A. Gnmeryn, 85, retired accountant mid resident of Northwest Arkansas for about five years, died yesterday nftcrnoon in City Hospital a f t e r an extended illness, lie was born in Hancock County, Ohio, July in, 180(1, and w;ts married to Mi*s Eleanor Mycr in Harlan, Iowa, September 1, 1930. He was n U.S. jury commissioner for ]5 yours In Omnha, Neb., from where he cnme to this area. Ho.lived in the Fayctlcvillc community until he moved lo a f a r m near Rogers nbout two years j He WEIR a member of the Methodist Church. survived by his wife, of the home; two sons, Horace A. Cameron, Jr., ot Omaha, and Melville D. Cameron of the home; one daughter, Miss Eleanor Cameron of the home; and one brother, A. R. Cameron of Winner, S. D. Funeral arrangements, under the f Nelson's Funeral College Student Found Dead In Frat House Shot To Death, Sayr Police Chief; Inquiry Continued wmiHimon, M»ss.-f/IVA Wil- llninx C'ollpRp student w h o s e blood-spa tlcrcrt bnd.v WHS found in n f r a t e r n i t y house- dind of a fiun.shnl" wound, Pollen Chief George A. Royal said today. Poliro identified the yrmth ns M l l l a r r l Honialno, Jr.. Ifl, n unphnmoro /mm Cinchmnli. Hoyal *n Id State- Police would make a ballistics check on the fiun. Ho withheld any opinion of who llrcd the weapon. The tiucstlon of an !nt|uest WHS to he considered. Thr student's body was found yosirrday. Ho had boen shot in the head. Police said there were blood stains' about the romn, loiters and papers wore strewn on the floor and a pillow was erumpled acnlnsi a corner as though thrown there. A ,22-ealtber rifle wits found, piir- tinlly hidden under a rug, about six- feet from the body. Police said Bomaine's body was sprawled face up on a couch, the feet dangling to the floor. ANTI-STALINITE-Adrn. Alan G. Kirk, who recently resigned ns U. S. ambassador to the Soviet Union, Announced ht will hand the Amfrlt'fln Committee for the i Liberation of the Peoples of Huc' sin, Their dim is to spark a re: volt ngAlrm the Kicmljn and to j aid a nil-Communist emigres of Russia. Says Admiral Kirk: "If ! the Stalinist regime is our enemy, the people enslaved by him in the Soviet Union are our friend*." 4 Famous HEARING AID Features ONLY ZINITH OlVlf YOU Alt THISIl Ixcluilv* PIftMMHONt Reierv* littery twitch 4-Poiltlon Ton* Control * Flngtrtlp Velum* C«ntr«l "*OYAl" AND "lUMI.iOMl"' HIARINtt AIDS 10-DAT RETURN MIVIUOI DIXIE RADIO 2i DICKSON PHONE 1141 IMTIIIII POI'AU AIOI ' i\ Omjdste Folger-s Has The Coffee Flavor Most People Like Best! Your first taste of Folger's will show you the w«y to much more coffee enjoyment. For coffee--really good coffee--is so ·uch i part of every day's beginning and ·nding. And Folger's is so definitely a superior eoffee--a^very special Hind of coflcc-- selected mountain grown coffee with a w o n d e r f u l l y v i g o r o u s flavor, t h e very cofl'ce flavor people like best. Tests prove it. Sales prove it. }$'/, can prove ii! When the riglit coffee means so nim/i, won't yon try Folger's ... U can put so much more enjoyment into your c u p ! So Extra Rich In Flavor You Art Urg«d To MO!'CWff 'M LESS Itat wlttl Uncr Flavored Irandi *»»»M» J n Ihgvbr, £n or rm. Grind ...*il»M MkwxfMt. COM Folger'i It a Special Kind of Coffw MOUNTAIN GROWN Bruco McCtirvcr o[ Weniilchiu, Otto McCnrvcr of Summer, Ark., and Anno McCarver o( Galvcslon, 'cxas; one sister, Mrs. Lonnic 'arl:s ot Fiiyeltcville; his mother, Mrs. Louise Goalsby of Kaycllc- ville; 24 grandchildren anci two rcat grandchildren. Funeral and.burijil scr\ - iccs were conducted in Wcnatchlc. Mrt. Earl* Botoi Funeral serviut; for Mrs. E,irlc Bates, who died Thursday Jn Houston, Texas, was conducted yesterday morning in the Central Presbyterian Church by the Rev. Edward Brubaker. Active pallbearers wore Ben McConncll, Ttoy Scott, Irby Ab- shicr, Ray Ellis, King Wheeler, and Jasper Tyeatt. Jlonororary palibcaj-ers were J. E. Dowel), Dr. Lyman Porter, Dr. 0. W. McMillcn, F. P. Enrlc, F. S. Hoot, Herman Tuck, M. C. Kik, T. P. Lee, E. E. Patterson, Dr. Henry Kroncnbcrg, Dr. Davis P. Richardson, Kyle Englcr, George Bowcn, .J. H. Bates. Mrs. W. A. Fowler, Miss Helen Graham, Floyd Gregory, Col. Guy Kinman, Stc- phjm Stefan, Roy Adams, George 3ranigan, Paul Stelnkrnus, E. L. Wilson, Hugh Suttle, W. R. McNair, Dr. E. M. Milcy, Carl Hancock, Howard Carter, P. C. Sandal, Harry aVndcrRriff, and Donald Weaver, all members of the Official Board r: the Central Pres- jylcrian Church; and J. 11. Chandler, .J. D. Eagle, Wade rinchcr. H. D. Hammond, Hugh Kincaid. A'. L. Shamblin, Neil Sawrey, Mrs. Frank Wllkcns, J. T. luggnr, F.ilenc C. VanGuildor, Wurray Lewis, and George Mc- Jomes Albert Rush Funeral service for James Albert Hush, 77, who died Friday night in his home here, was conducted yesterday afternoon in Nelson's Funeral Homo by the Rev. Jack Dean and the Rev. 0. L. Licrly. Burial was In Combs cemetery. Pallbearers were .lames W. Holt, Kenneth Dale Kelly, J i m m y Rush. Herman Rush, Robert Lane, and Tommy Waling. Jim Jeffenon Bontonvlllo-(Special)-Jlm Jeff- Four Enlisted Men Die When Truck Overturns ·El Pnso. Tejcas;(/Pj-Four enlisted men stationed «t Fort Bliss near here were killed yesterday when the truck in which they were ridlnjr overturned. They were Pfc. Andrew F. Jennings. 22, F.umson, N. J.; Pvl. Gcnrge 11. Long, 23, Syracuse, Kan.; Cpl. Walter 1C. Jones, 23, Eldorado, 'jc.xos; mid Pvt. Curl 0. Drain, 22, Independence, Ore. Joplin Doctor Shoots Himself To Death Joplin, Mo.-(/P)-A 56-ycfli-old doctor, licensed nf molesting tecn-nyc boys, -shot himself to dcnth yesterday in his offices. He was arrested last week nflcr o f f i - cers investigated reports of im- rriornlity among high s. hool youths. Police Commissioner John Polllfi wild Dr. Guy I. Meredith killed himself w i t h n plijtol while Ruting In his locked 'reception room. erHon, 72, 215 C Street Southwest died at 5 this morning In the Bntcs Mcmnrlnl Hospital here. He had been a patient in the hospital for about one week. He was n member of the Presbyterian Church. Funcrwl -drrangcmcnla, under direction of Calllson-McKinncy nre ihrnmpletc. * Our loan plan brings you happy home ownership, because monthly repayments arc scheduled · within your budget. If you can make the down 1 payment, this pleasure plan makes' you a happy owner too. Investigate now. No R«? Topt -- No Dtloy FAYETTEVILLE BUILDING and LOAN ASSN. 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Oplionnl tqnipmcnt, ·cce^tnrie^, itite ind locnl IflvcR, it tiny, nddi(ion.ii. 1'ricet may VNry Rli(!llly In tidjoinin^ cnmtnunittci due to uliippint cliargel. All pricei itihject to change without notice. Y OU MAY he surprised lo learn t h a t you c a n b u y P a c k a r d ' s famous quality at such a moderate price...that you can enjoy Packard's fine-car performance and comfort nt medium-car cost and economy I Every dollar |(ets you more beauty, more performance, more long-lasting quality! Over the yean Packard contn less to own because "Built like * Packard" means built to Inst! So, before you buy any car, look at oni innre. Spend one hour driving th« maitniBccnt new I'ackard-the car that's engineered to outperform tnd b u i l t to outlast them all I By every comparison, it costs Icsi (or whit you get than any other automobile I A S K T H E M A N W H O O W N S O N E Lyle Bryan Motor Co., Inc. FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS

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