Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 19, 1952 · Page 12
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 19, 1952
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f !«fr--MOtTUWtn AMAN1AI tWKW, to NktiMry 1*, 1*52 U.S. Problems Asks Residents Of District For Views On 10 Questions ' Washington - Ml · An Arkansas member ot Congress is polling lii.i constituents 'on some of the major sroblems facing Congress find the wintry iodny. H e - i n Representative Oathlnfis '«t the first Arkansas district, '-which Is In the northeastern part .ef tne state. - Gainings, in radio talks and in "300 ballots sent to his district, is :«sklng his constituents to indicate 'thtir views on 10 fiuestions Mich .-« universal military Irnining. oil- "tlng. defense spending and the :Korean war. - j I t he gets a good response, he .lays he will sample the views of 'DIXIE RADIO IUVIMMMITH Symphonic Winds, Group Of Musicians From U.A. Band, Plays Concert At Arts Center 4»OKK)M"PM.I24 PLAN TO BUILD ·i* Our MiltrliL O*t Out Print. ; Trr Otir DYKE LUMBER CO. M* It CkttlM A R I S E ! "Whr til you lh«t» «id dlt?" TUNE IN KIRS Mmdir thru Iiturdir, ·til a, m. Sund«r 1 p, m. BEV. BEBYL E. BCTH « BRUCE BENWAKD The Symphonic Winds, a »rou| of picked musicians from the Unl vorfiity band, presented their fir* concert of the season in the concert hall of (he Fine Arts Centci ! last niRht. The program Itself consisted essentially of serious composition, with, a few lighter numbers added for contrast. Particularly outstanding In the prc-liitcrniis.snn group were the "Roman Carniva Overture" by Berlioz and the "Lincoln I'ortralt" by Aaron C'opcland. Kdmunct J. Marty, the conductor, has noticeably reduced the Ions] volume of his organization this year, and tnc effect is that of better blending and more perfect balance. The Berlioz number suffered somewhat from intonation troubles in the.reed sec- lion, bill (he over-all result was plciising and quite musical. Perhaps the most profound number of the program was the "Lincoln Portrait." This work was originally written for orchestra and narrator, but was recently scored lor concert band. It is unique In lhat certain excerpts from Lincoln's addresses arc quoted by a narrator while the music heightens and accompanies the spoken l i n e s . - J . H. Faulkner did the narration last night and hifl work was most outstanding; his diction was clear, and his delivery was powerful and convincing. Although Copcland's Idiom of writing is somewhat severe' arid arid lit times, the -Symphonic Winds seemed 'to have a good grasp of the style, and gave Mr. Faulkner the support he 'necdec for a most effective performance After the intermission, fibber Smith, pianist, appeared as Kolols with the Symphonic Winds in the ''Symphony in Steel" by Loui Palangc. This work paralleled ver closely the style o£ George Gershwin, although in some instances ihe composer resorted too mucl lo the device of repetition and- :hus produced monotony. Both Mr. Smilh and the band gave a crisp and precise reading of the symphony. Mr. Smith memorized he entire piano part in six days and played the complete work without score. The concert closed wilh the 'Trumpeter's Lullaby" by Andcr- on, and the "Caribbean Fantasy" )y .John Morrlsscy. Robert Jorgensen, trumpeter, displayed an musually well modulated lone as ho soloist in the "lullaby." All in all the concert was a dis- inct improvement over last year's ifind programs, Tli separate incm- 'ers of the organization seem to )e more tone-conscious this year, nd the result is a' wider ran^e of ynamics and far greater balance. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Spcr- duto, of New York. Mrs. Sperdulo IB the former Muriel Day. The head of a Korean village Is elected by secret ballot, with one member of each hnuuv.olti casting one vote. Today's Market-- MOORE'S FUNERAL CHAPEL IVERYTHING .-, -', M · . FAYltTIVILLE IRON and METAL CO. OOVHtNMINT AVI. Baby's Healthy? He'll Go Happy No doubt about it. When Baby'j healthy he's happy. So keep him smiling by having your doctor sen him regularly. True too for everyone in your family. See us also for the best in drug care. State 100 W. Dltkuni Phon. 3000 his district on other questions. Cnthings said he plans to. place tlie results of his first poll In the Congressional Record no other members of Congress may see how residents of a South-Central district feel on some of the questions of the day. Also, he said, he'll use the re- sulu* for his own guidance. "Of course," he said, "I've already, taken a stand on some of the questions. On these 1 hope the dis- :rlct Upholds my view. If It doesn't, then I'll have to try and sell my vlcwuoirit." . The questions which Gainings is asking his constituents; Do you favor universa^ military braining?;.yVo.Uld.-you favor; «up- iorlmg an'invasion of "China'by Chinese Notionalist forces? Do you a v o r American expenditures abroad for the development of backward nations -- the go-called Point 4 program? Are you in favor of the Brannan plan for direct sub- sidles to farmers for perishable commodities? Are you in favor of the economic, recovery program which is the Marshal plan? Do you favor n compulsory national health program? Arc you in favor of federal nld lo education? Do you favor cutting President Truman's budget for defense and military purposes? Birthday party. Central Presbyterian Church. 2:30 and 7:r.O, February 22. Admission ftOr, 18-41-c Named Colors Day Queen West fork C. C. Stc.-kbul'itor has fione to Rogers to stay with his daughter, Mrs. Martha Mqorc, until he fully recovers from the flu. Mr. nnri Mrs. W. E; Phillips and Mrs. Elizabeth Smith visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Simpson of .Johnson, Sunday. Mrs. Snow "Weber spent last week visiting her son and daughters in Miami, Okla. Mrs. H. V. Dexter gave a dinner Thursday night in honor of hpr husband on his birthday. Those present were Mrs. Francis White, Mrs. Martha Bartlet of window, len Bartlet of Brentwood, Mr. and Mrs. Levey, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Ahe Knrnes, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Phillips. · , Mr. and Mrs. hoy Webber of Miami, spent the weekend visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Webber and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vine. Mr. and Mrs. T. K Garnell had as their guests last week Mrs. Thelma Futchcy and sons, Joe and Dale. Weekend guests wore Marshal Futchcy, Mrs. Virginia Lusman and sons, Frankie and Freddie, pnd Miss Ermalcc and Betty Rose Garnclt, all of Wichita, Kan. Word has been received by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ray ot the birth of n son to their son-in-law and .St. l.oiil* Livestock National Stockyajds, III. -(/!')- (USI3A)-- I-IOJH 15,000; slow, uneven; weights 180 Ibs. and up 25 o 40 lower; lighter wcighls 2575 lower; sows mostly 25 lower; spotfi 50 o f f ; bulk choice 180-230 bs. full width of choice grade 7.75-85; several loads early 18.00. equalling previous low top of ·ear; choice Nos. 1, 2 and 3 240!70 Ibs. 10.75-17.00; 280-300 Ibs. 0.25-50; 150-170 Ibs. 15.25-17.25; 20-140 Ibs. 13.00-15.00; 100-110 bs. 11.00-12.75; choice sows 400 bs. down-14.75-15.73. Cattle 3,500; calves 850;' opcn- ng slow on steers; few loads nostly low and average good inds steady on shipper account t 31.50-32.50; some choice quality around 500-lb, mixed iteen Md heifers to lepjacement.Buyers 33.50; cows drnggy with very little done under lower bidding; bulls about steady; few utility and- commercial bis packers unaggres- sive; individual sorted prime vcal- crs to 41.00; bulk good.and choice 33.00-39.00; utility and commercial vcalers 23.00-30.00. · Sheep 1,750, trading slow few scattered lots good and choice wooiskins 27.00-23.25 or about steady, quality considered; however, no sizeable lots sold and not enough done lo establish' market. Two Planes Collide, Six Navy Men Killed Corpus Chrlsti, Tcxas-MVSix 'lavy airmen--Iwo instructors and 'our students--were killed yes- .erday in a two-plane, low-alti- ,udc collision about five miles vest of Rockport, Texas. The twin-engined Bcechcrafts verc attached to the advanced raining command at Corpus Christ! Naval Air Station. Heydon Lewis Heads Chamber Emcee Club Ilcydon Lewis has been elected president ' of the' Chamber of Commerce Emcee Club, it was announced today. Other officers arc 'Orrin Hea.'est, vice president; Bill nitter, secretary- treasurer; Harrcll Hall, program chairman; and Randall Koberts, social chairman. The principal speaker at tonight's meeting of the club at 7 p. m. will be Haskell btloy, who will speak on the · assigned subject, "Arkansas--47th in Everything--Why?" Other speakers '.vill bo Hitter, Mayor Powell Rhca, Jasper i'yeatt, and Henbest. Toastmasler will be Loris Stiinton. Bond Is Forfeit** Forfeiture- of a $JO bond by failing to appear for trial on a charge of drunken driving led to a commitment order this morning by Judge V. James Plak in Municipal Court against Mrs. B. J. Arbon, which calls for a day in jail, compulsory on a first drunken driving conviction. Yhe arrest was made February 5 by city po- lice. Not white, not wh«at. not ry», but a flavor .blend of ill three-Junge's Roman Meal-Bread. 11-19-t! FEE1 AWFU1? DOI TO COLO 666 fast symptomatic RELIEF WHO FIXES RADIOS? We've Been Serving Yon 20 Yearn SMITH -RADIO SHOP ^^^·MMI 71 *Drive-ln Theatre FRIDAY February 29fh Only 11 More Days O Z A R K Starl-s Wednesday LAST TIMES TUESDAY "DAVID and BATHSHEBA" · 1:20-3:25-5:25-7:25-9:25 Jody LAWRAMCE · Gilbert ROLAND · (Citron MOORE LAST TIMES TUESDAY "The GIRL ON THE BRIDGE" UARK Starts Wednesday · 2 Shows -- 7:00-9:00 P.M HEROIC ADVENTURE! SAVAGE ACTION! The battle cry that set the plains ablaze! Paramount Presents nmnnuu IEUJUUR WARPATH C*M ky nCHNKOMR NUT IERGEN · MMES"MILUCAN · WHLACE FOOD DIRECTED Br BYRON HASMN Story ind Screened, by Flinl Grubtr · Projuud by Nil Han :| ADDEDI LttMt Ntwi Events · Color Cirloon ?ALACE 1:30 · 3:30 - NOW SHOWING 5:30 · 7:25 . 9:2 "If There's a God... . How Could I This Happen ^ to Me?" · Added Featured* · "A LAUGH A DAY" and-Color Cartoon "LOST AND FONDLING" Miss" .Call' .loncs, Colors Day Queen at Faycticvllle High School, reigned at the ball game Friday night between Springfield and Kayctlcvillc. Miss Jones, daughter of Mrs. Bethel Jones, was crowned in' a ceremony which ircceded the game, by Coach lilenn 1 Stokenberry, and was escorted Tor the evening by Kusscll UcConnell, same captain. Her bouquet of flowers was received 'roni Ihc captain of the Sprlng- ield team. Misa Jones, a senior, s a member of the Pepners and 26 Club. She was elected bj ncmbers of the Basketball team icr maids were Shirley Boles Ann ' Kcnnan, Sandra Noll, Sue latfield, Peggy Brooks, Charlolt Cdmonson, Val Ann Watson, Bett Sisemore and Mary Roberts. --(Photo by Brown). Dark of the Moon OPENS 8:00 TONIGHT .-. ART CENTER THEATRE One play you won't want to miss because it is packed full of excitement, | love, the supernatural, music and dance! 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