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Wednesday, February 20, 1952
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IIMB, ArkmtM* W*ln««by, JO, 19S2 1; «* Nro.Rips Burning Truck Cab Apart * WSCUED ** GAL * Ti Saie Driier, Then Vanishes From kene FREIGHTER AGROUND ·.'}»,-·" ~ l^iHouiton, . Texas-W)-A glan'l -Wljro walked put of the night on ?ttj hiihway ab'out 10 miles norlh- ''.'·Jirttt 'of here enrly yesterday, MW . .a.'man trapped In the cab of his lrtiould*rlni truck-trailer and rlp- . ·ptd the cab apart to save the . ; _driver. . '...,. : ''C,... :4 '* % ' f The uncontcldusJdrl.S5(r till free' .'toto the arms of W«ltlh|r. and n-' '· tnniihed deputy sheriffs, and the '·*"-- disappeared (juicily. r"No one knows his'name," said btputy Sheriff Don Henry. ·** did a job J couldn't do v/ith t.I tnicks · and ·. »~ wrecker, It wa ' · ' t e r r i f i c display of .huma iftrength," . "i The trapped truck driver wn Roy Gaby, Jr., 20, Houston. . ~__"You could hear the mclal Rive, : .'lild Henry. "Tbo-'lop -bowed out '·tht «eat buckled down nnd tin ^dath broke under the pressure. ..-. "I caw the Negro's shlrl sleeve: rip open as his muscles bulged.' Vj ; i' ·'· In ' he 'xcltemciit of rescuing ',,· * 3hf driver, still unconscious, · no /'j S .«!· thought, to t h a n k lilpi. 11 J; t w'islked off Into the night. f'l; i. -i II II ·Prairie Grove . '.The Future Farmers of America »hd Future Homcmakcrs of ^-'America held., a joint a.'iEembly · Friday at the grade - school auclt- ···erium. in honor of · the 'FFA raweelheart and FHA . "pin-up .boy." Ksthrync BIdwcll . and Charles Thompson. Dolores Curl- ·Infer- opened the meeting, ' and 'Principal David McCartney led i .prayer. Frances Gurrclt ' nnd 11 ' S» vc · tnc crceda °( OLDER ITCHING SKIN " '«*»«*fl it i.helr respective organizations, nnd i Frances Garrctt and Camilla Uid- v.'cll led group, alnglrtg. Presidents Belly Lou Pcnse and Jack Tyrcc presented Jackets (o Miss Uldwell and Thompson. .: : Mr. and Mrs. Eb Whltslll, own-1 ei'ii' of 1he new Glady's Flower j Shop,'- held open house Sunday afternoon. Visitors were given a cut flowor and shown tbroufih the shop, located on Highway 02. Joe Bland drove here from Kl Dorado Sunday lo ' f a k e his wife home: Mrs. Rland has been with her parents, who have been ill. M'r. nnd Mrs. .1. S. Harlan spent the weekend nt Okrnulgcc, Okla., with their ton and daufihtcr-ln- liiw, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Harlan. | i\lrs. J. S. Piirks will bo hostess to'the i'cderait'd Club at her home Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. Assistant hostesses w i l l . b e Mrs. Burl Horton nnd Mrs. C. n. Kenlmore. j The Masonic lodge met Monday i ilghl. Work in the EA and f c l - j lowcraft ttegrccs was given. I tH , j (M0 .tOH «IICHTm Mlgct, forced aground a mile off Ocracoke, N. C., by 75- Mr. and Mrs. Iliy. Fidler spent: mlle-an-hour gales, rocks helplessly in the surf after rescue or her crow of 26 by the .ho weekend nl Okmulgec, Okla., u. E. Coast Guard from Moorchcad City, N. C. Inset shows Capt. Ludolgh von Tandem In bathrobe In Coast GuarJ station following rescue. Migct was bound from Baltimore, Md., to Wilmington, N. C.- Coast Guard photo. (Inlcrnattonal Soundpholol DYKI LUMIER CO Chtrlt. - . vith Mr. and Mrs, Glenn Fidler. iliss Mary Kllzabeth .Flriler nnd ?roy Wayne Cox joined them iunday, returning home \vlth hem Sunday night. '.J. r. Keichcr of the Navy has iccn flown lo Japan, where he will meet his ship, the U.S.S ;sscx. While her husband is over- Mrs. Kefchcr will make hej ome 'with her parents, Mr. one ilrs, Floyd Fennel. Mr, nnd Mrs. O..B. Durham live returned to Wheaton, .Mo., nd Mr. nnd Mrs. Archie Durham ) Hamburg after attending the uneral of H. 1. Durham. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Curtis anil children ot Chicago are spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. David McCartney.' Mrs. Morthn W e a v e r , Jim Weaver and Miss 'Florence Mill were .dinner guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Blnln Hill of Formlngton. Mrs. J, Frank Holmes entertained members of the Coxwcll family nntJ li. F. Norwood at luncheon Saturday. ··' Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davis of MuskuKee, Okla., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Dulton Monday. Marta Toren Explains Why She Hasn't Married; She Wants To Wed Only Once By BOB THOMAS Hoilywood-W'i-Wliy nrc there fi many .unmarried actresses in Hollywood? There arc far more bachelor girls than bachelors among the film famous. To name a few: Kntherine Hepburn, L i z a belli Scott, Debra Pagct, Milzl Gaynor, I'ipcr Laurie, Jean Tcters, Ann I3!ylh, Patricia Neal, Yvonne DeCarlo. The list grows greater when you consider the unattached divorcees: Belly Hutlon, Joan Fonlalnc, Bar-'n Stanwyck, Ginger fiogcrs, Kathryn Grayson, Marilyn Monroe, Ann Sheridan, Joan Crawford, Ann Miller, Paulette God- lard, Marilyn Maxwell, Rhonda '"leming, elc. This social ested me, so phenomenon inter- I sought more in- Mr. and Mrs. ,Jnck Benloii have f " rr f lio " from one of t h e S als . moved . from Ihe Hammontrce , Hirla Toron ,- ho dldnl1 sccm house in the cast part of town to " a , pl ' y , n t lhc lm P""tion she the home of Mrs Ellen Yount In J 1 ' 81 ' 1 be n " old maid-she's all of 25-- but she Irlerl to be helpful. south Prairie Grove. rlerl t She's Old-FaahlOned "Why haven't 1 married? Be- "Not Impossible" "Marriage \vould be very difficult," said Marta, "but not impossible. I would have lo find a man who would be very sympathetic to the kind of work I do and understand it. Preferably, it would be someone in this business, but I,don't Ihink I would marry an aclor. "1 Ihink .another problem in an nclrosK marrying is that she would o:tcn be making more money than her husband. 1 think that would lie a very hnrd situation for a man. As for myself, 1 still think the m:m should be the provider. If 1 married, 1 probably would just ign over my salary checks to my hunband." Marta country Torcn has been in four years and will finished at junior college at Wentworth Military Academy at Lexington, Mo., early in January. The Mason Valley group of farmers and thei.' wives have-extended nn invitation to the citizens of Rogers to attend a community dinner at the Vaughari Community Center southwest of Rogers Friday evening, March 7. The attendance from Rogers is being sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce. The I program will be provided by two ' members of the C.C. Board of Directors, Ed Jackson a n d · D e n v e r Murray. This is the second of the joint community meetings. The first was held several weeks ago at Garlield with an attendance of 400 persons. A group of 19 young men left Rogers Monday lo report to the armed forces induction cenler at Little Rock, for induction into military service. The group was the 22nd to be called under the current selective service system. Pupils of the Southside Ward School will elect a king and queen lo reign over a SI. Patrick's day come a cilizen this year. She said j carnival to be held at the school Envoy's Wife Killed By Plane * Party In Mexico Hit By Aircraft Mexico Clty-fP)-A U.S. diplomat's wife was killed by a low- flying private plajie toda: as shi stood atop the Pyramid of th Sun. a 216-foot monument miles from here. The dead woman was Mrs Eleanor Wernimont, of Aurora III., wife of Agricultural Attach Kenneth Wernimont of the U.S Embassy here. Her sister an. niece, Mrs. William Bailey o Yorkville, III., and Geraldin Bailey, 20, to whom she was show ng the centuries-old pyramid were injured by the plane. The 18-year-old pilot, josi alii Gelazqucz, ot Bogota, Colom- )ia landed his aircraft safely amid he ancient ruins surrounding the pyramid. He and Francisco Atayde 7arcia of Mexico City, flying v/ith ijm, were held on charges 01 lomicide by negligence. The pilot said he was flying ow to take pictures of the pyra- id. Oalflttlttt tilt A 7inl1 ' CIIUSC I'm old-fashioned," she rc- \jai,aua ana ion mar kcd. -i iusi «. nn i in ,,, mn .. Mrs. Florence Hull?, of »Cnll- fornin Is the guest of her son and rtaufihtcr-ln-ltiw, Elzn Hullr.. · Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs, Ruests ol Mr. nnd'Mrs. O. O. Plumlce were Mr. and Mrs. Lymon Houston nnd daughters, and Mrs. Lie Gate of Spi'lhgdole. Ed Brewer, who hns been ill, is reported improving. The riw. T. Shcrron Jackson of Jacksonville, Texas, will preach nt the Oakland Church Saturday night. Not white, not wheat, not rye, but « flavor blend of all three-- Junsc'j Roman Meal Bread. 11-19-tf WHO FIXES RADIOS? | We've Been Serving You 20 Yearn SMITH RADIO SHOP jusl want to be mar- fled once, not 10 limes. Thai's why I've wailed." The Swedish miss admitted that being a movie personality ,wns not loo conductive to romance. "Many men hold an actress somewhat In awe," she explained. "They fire afraid lo ask her for a date. And when n man does ask you for a dale, you cannot bo sure 1 what his motive is. Very often it will be a lesser-known actor who w.ints to take you to a premiere, so lie can gel his name in Ihe papers and his picture taken. 1 lurn that kind of n date down." Marta agreed with Joan Fnn- Ininc, who told us recently that it was difficult to find a man who could live happily with a movie sUr. "When you are in n picture," said Marta, "it Is like being in prison. It Js a very nice prison, to :je sure, but still you arc confined lo the picture alone and would not hnvc lime for a family." · But she didn't agree with Mis Fontaine, who said she wouldn marry until she gave up he career. she hasn't gone steady with any nan since she has been in Hollywood. The only love in her life has been n childhood sweetheart in her native Sweden. "We were engaged since we v.'ere children," she explained. "But unfortunately, he must live in Sweden to manage his shipping company and I have chosen to live in flic United States. Also, since coming to this country, I have ac r rjulrcd a new language, new customs, a now rhythm of life. I am a different person." Rogers · Mr. and Mrs. John Erickson of Washington, D. C., announce the birth of n daughter, Kristin, at Washington, Mr. Erickson, son of I Mr. nnd Mrs. L. T. Erickson of riogors, is Sen. J. W. Fulbright's secretary. Pat Porter, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Porter nt Rogers, and Marvin "Sonny" Kirby, son of Mrs. Billie Kfrby and the late M. F. Kirby of Neosho, Mo., former residents of Rogers, have enrolled in the University at Fnyetlcville. Bolh boys' Friday evening. The carnival being sponsored by the Southside Parent-Teacher Association. The winners of the contest will be crowned v^ith appropriate ceremonies. Mrs. Jean Blopmfield is general chairman of the P.T.A.'s group contest. The 10 per cent increase In state aid to Arkansas schools, authorized by the state Board of Education last week, will give the Hogers school district an additional $3,006, according to Supervisor Lee Measclcs. The Increased allotment will be credited to transportation funds of the various schools. Increases for other districts as reported by Mcaseles are: Benton County No. 1, $1,050: Bentonville, $1,862; Dccatur, $641; Gentry, $1,179; Gravcttc, $1,334; Siloam Springs, $1,705. . ·IcMalh For Limiting osfs Of Campaigns Little Rock-W)-Gov. Sid Mc- tath said yesterday he favors miting costs of political cam- aigns and disclosed that his own aces for Arkansas governor cost 500,000. McMath said he would support ny . favorable legislation that r ould enforce a curb on the costs. "I think it costs too much to run r'political office," the governor aid. "And 1 .strongly favor legis- tion that would set a ceiling on ic amount that can be spent in ny campaign." McMath reported his two suc- essful campaigns for governor in 948 and 1950, cost $250,000 each. Recruiters To Have Feb. 22 Holiday The Naval Recruiting Office in ayetteville will be closed in observance of Washington's birthday, Friday, J. R. Thies, EMC, USN, recruiter in charge, announced this morning. The office will close at 5 p. in. tomorrow and remain closed until 8:30 a. m. Monday. Convention Of Playgrounds Set For Springfield Springfield, Mo., will be the site of the 32nd annual meeting and'convention of the Ozark Playgrounds Association, it was announced this week following a conference of Playgrounds of ficlals. The one-day session will be held Wednesday, April 16, a which time delegates 'and repre sentalives from all parts of the 26,000-square-mile Playgrounds o Missouri, Arkansas.and Oklahoma will map plans for promoting the tourist industry and serving visitors. Final decision on Springfield as the convention city was reached after visits there to examine facilities available to accommodate the group. Taking "part in the conference were Ralph S. Coughenour of Hockaway Beach, president; members of the Springfield Ozark Playgrounds Committee, and Miss Marie A. Kolb, director, and Tom Ayers, field director. It will be the first Playgrounds convention in Missouri since 1949 when the session was held at lockaway Reach. The meeting is alternated among the three Playgrounds - state, the session last year having .been.held at Vinita; Okla., and the 1950 meeting at "ort Smith, Ark. . ; The meeting follows Easter Sun- day, which will keep it from conflicting with that ctate »nd yet will b* early enough for all resort owners and member! to attend before they get into the rush spring tourist season. Bond Members Of Foyetteville Receive Honor Four members of the Fayetteville High-. School band were selected yesterday as. members of the 110-piece All-State High School band which will make two appearances next month. A seven-member committee of band directors made the selections in'Conway yesterday after three days' deliberation. Choices were based on more than 300 tape recording auditions ' made in the district band clinics. Fayetteville students in the state band are Anne Stiles, second clarinet; Helen Sandlin and La Joyce Smith, third clarinets; and Gilbert Arnold, s e c o n d trumpet. The all-state group will appear in a public concert at Arkansas State Teachers College in Conway March 8.and will perform in Lit- .le Rock March 27 at .the Arkansas Educational Association. Blind Boys To Wr«U« ' '·Kansas. City, Kan.-yP)-More than -100 blind boys from 11 states are expected to .compete in a wrestling tournament here February 29 and March 1. less Than the Cost ot Gas for Driving/ K A N S A S CITY · S H R E V E P O R T NEW O R L E A N S NOJtTH Lv. Siloom Spnngi_ Ar. Kontai City _ (·-i.S-n rrmin Hrlti§ iellt ».|0 Crow . 3:42 AM 2:32 PM 1:50 AM . 10:11 AM 7:4! PM 7:4] AM Chancery Dispositions In the Washington County Court: Velma DUnlap vs John Dunlap: Decree of divorce to plaintiff, restoring maiden name of "Childress." Lv. SilMfn Spring Ar. Shrtveport Ar. Ntw Orlaani . 1:22 PM 3:00 AM . 10:15 AM 2:50 PM 3:33 AM 10:45 PM 12:20 PM 7:45 AM P«r Farei, Raurti and Pullman ttiervotiom Call I. G. Sugg, Agent, Siloam Spring* PheiM 21f MOORE'S FUNERAL CHAPEL ! :' UARK FEATURES AT 7:20 - 9:20 NOW PLAYING "fNI 010 S U N N Y M O O K C O M P A N Y , l O U I S V I U I . K f N T U C K Y HE RODE A TRAIL OF REVENGE Warcrbs Mori Across tht Dongerland of Edmond O'BRIEN fMlfSI TUCKED mit KKEK O Z A R K 1:20 - 3:20 NOW SHOWING 5:25.. 7:25 :25 LANCASTER LEGIONS OF THIILLS... with In* Foreign Ltgionl JODT · CIHWT K!(tON UWttNCE- ROUND. MOORE PALACE 1:30 3:30 5:30 7:25 I:2S FOR YOUR OLD TIRES TO THE FIRST 50 PERSONS WHO DRIVE IN ON WORN BUT RE- CAPPABLE TIRES WE WILL PAY $3.00 EACH REGARDLESS OF SIZE We need these tires to build up our stock of recapped tires with safe non-skid treads. If your car is on one or more smooth, skiddy tires, cash in on this offer. Drive your car in today. *If they can be recapped. AS LOW AS $|22 DOWN PUTS A NEW SILVCRTOWN ON YOUR CAR FRIGIDAIRE Service 17-19 N. BLOCK PHONE 35 B. F. GOODRICH B F Goodrich FIRST RUBBIR

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