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1 HOtTIIWBT *JMMi*l Mnrary M, IIIMtMMMMIHMfll»iml'millllMIIHHUIHI)IIIIMIUIHHIIMMIMIIIIIIIII If ' * MM. KATHIHN OOUH HIIHinlHIIIIHHIIIIIIMIIMMIIIMIIIIIIIhllllillllllllllillillllllllllllllllllllllllllllln Daily Calendar of Events teen-Age Dance, Country Club, 8:30 Saturday . . . Sigms A l p h n loin Dinner, Ferguson's, I Family Night, Country Club, 7 · Students, Faculty In Home Economics To Attend Meeting . A number of University home economics (Indent* and family (members will a t t e n d Ihc a n n u a l Meeting of the Arkansas Home Economics Association and college home economic*: clubs In kittle finch February 22-23. Lin t h e ' c r o u p are Dr. Eleanor Barnes, Dr,,' ycra MacMah, Mrs. jfery Hurlon, Mrs. Margaret llpompson, Mrs. Bculah Whorlcy, Mist Fr'ancos- Walls, Mis* Helen WellB, Mr*. Mescal Johnston, Miss Mildred Slrlnglield, aiid Mrs.' Jes- iif Mae 11111. Mrs, Burton, Male WJvlsor for coilcjjp. home economics Hubs, will glvo I he principal ad- iss of that group's meeting. Mrs, hnslon Is advisor of Ihc Unl- club. Mrs, Whorlcy Is In «rge of a luncheon fo^ Onileron alumnae t o ' b e held Friday, n Wlggans, Fayellovinc, prcs' of 1h* University Colhocpn, j home economics club, and Sue |*lker, Clinton, nallonil vice Icsldent of college home cco- r nlcs clubs, will appear on the (agram of the college club meel- Thcy will Rive report* of pvlnce and national meetings. SuminK Heck and Marlanna |hn, two home economics train*; from Germany, who are mem- jfs of the University club, will k'about home life In Germany Other students I o . attend an |uU6 Patterson, Alpena, who I* In ·rue of making arrangement _ the local group; Mary Ann fabec,, Dardanellc, and Wiliem ImBlck,"Newport, who are on the program committee; Mary Pear llafbucky Malvcrn,,the non-vntlni delegate ami candidate for a Mate office) Juanna Jackson, Ktowah Ml*«,; Jo Ann Price, Cornerville Margaret Dial, Pine Bluff; Janis Hawkins, Waldron; Fat Brewer Prairie Oiove, arid Wanda Briwcr M»lV*fn. Scout Program Given At T. L. Bates School Girl crl Seoul Tronj) Scout Troop 42, program for pa rent cliarcc of the SludenJ testing and Guidance Center at the Unlven Fity, and teaches courses In counselor education. John M. Land, who lias been a patient at the City Hospital since January 22, returned to hi.1 home in Winfilow yer.lerdiiy. His non-in- fiiw niKi daughter, Mr. nnd Mrs, J. I*. Davb. uf Crook, Colo., nnd his son and daughter-in-law, Mr, nnd Mr*. A l l e n Land and son from Dodge City, Klin., are visiting him. Mr. Jwuid Is the f a t h e r of. Mrs. Isobcl Terry of Fnyetlcvillc. Dr. Buyd C. Shafcr, professor of hifilory^ and I)r, K,-il|ili O. Jones. as.',i:Mnnl prufcnsor of political science at t h e Univcraity, will au lend a reglonnl srmlmir conference on problems of U. S. foreign policy in San Antonio, Texas, April II-8. 5r|)onsor.s v/ill be the I n t e r n a t i o n a l Studies Cujup of Ihc UrookiniiE I n f i t i t i i t i o n and the .Southern 'University Conference. Discussion will bo bnscd on Iwo problem-papers , h l x "' ' d e n l i n i r w i t h Iho iiurstlon of I r a n ' ' ,, , , , 1 ·'""! l n c nucsllon of raw materials. Obituary M»i. AtarftM Ann- Sjiringdajc -(Special)- 1 uncial ·services for Mrs. Martha Ann Nk'nols, -77,' w h o ' died Tuesday night in a 'Fayetlcvillc convalescent home, wlli be conducted tomorrow aL,2 p. m. in thf Callison- Sisco Funeral Chapel here by the Ilev. Joseph K, Lack. Burial will be in the Wilson cemetery. She wa born February B, 1R75, and was a member of the Assembly of God Clfurcri. Mri. Htlin Rtgnitr Ilpiierj-(Special)-Funeral services for Mrs. Helen Hcgnlcr, who .died Tuesday aljicr home in Kansas City, Mo.,- were conducted lit 2:30 this afternoon nt the Calli- son-Portcr chnpcl by , the Hev. nnd Salem H. D. Club Plans Family Night The Salem Home Demonslrallon Club met at the Community House Wednesday, all dny. Mrs. Herman Grcalhousc and Mrs. Mnry llarte were hostesses, Qulltlnf wan done before d i n - ner, [after which the mccliiiK ·d with group singing of "the Untile Jlymiji of the rfepub- llc." The devotional wan given by Mrs, Elmer Weir and prayer was led by Mrs! Lonnlc Gibson. Mm. Clark BrdWer Rave a talk on the council meeting and Mrs. Qlbsnn gave a report on the henllh mect- ^ j .., . Inn which she ailendcd, Mystery competes today and tOlUIUJMCW Wckagca were won by Mrs, Hrcw- the 23nd Annual Alid^ahBiLj^-.». and "Mrs. W. A; M a r t i n . DA Team Competes In Debating Tournament the University ricbijUiij j ,,teiim bate Tournament, belfHUKIU-'*' Henderson Slate Teacher*" Cbll»ge In .Arltadelphia, the* team, composed of Blli I'rowett of Little Kock, and Gene Worslinm of nuEsCllvllle, Is ac. companled by the icam coach flllph Eubanks, Univcrslly in- struclor In speech. This team will compete with thpse Irom Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Mississippi. They .will debale both the affirmative and nc^allvc of the question, belli* 1 debated nationally, which ! "rtesolved That The federal Government Should Ad* juat a Perhinnent frogram Wage "and Pries' Cii'nlrAI." of WEEKEND SPECIAL George Washington Cherry Pie 49 .New Feature in Our Store -100$ Whok Wkiil friends at the T, L. Hates School last evening. The Girl Scouls sanu American folk songs, ;ind gave an nrliclo on Art SOURS. They also led the group In singing rollrtds and offered three pinno solos. Brownies presented the Brownie K'ory, fjavo readings and a nuin- l)cr of songs and dances. UA Law Wives Elect Officers University Law Wives met at the Student Union, Tuesday cvo nlh(j for a bridge party and election of officers. Officers were elected as: Mr Dennis Shacklcford, chairman; Mrs, John Wntklns, secretary' nnd treasurer; Mrs. Charles Love, reporter. During (lie evening f o u r tables of bridge were in play and prices were Won by Mrs. Robert Utlnr Mrs, Vlnce Skillman, Mrs. nobfrt Campion, Mrs. Dehnls Sliackle- ford. Moslessrs for the evening were Mrs, E. J. Ball, Mrs. P i e r r e UildeaUx, Mr*, John Elrod, and Mrs. Robert McCulstlon. '.-' "-the club will KHVO family night, March 17. Personals i. ,. Mr. nnri'Mrs. Dnnnld Kurrls lull ycstcrriny for a Croat Smoky Irlp through t h e mountains. Mr, Harris recently rctui'ncd from 16 months of service In the Navy. Mr. mid MI'S. Horace Thompsun rtf Montlcello \Vcre uucsls in Fny- «tttvlll« today. Mr, Tliomiisoli is iresidWit of Arkansas A. and M. Gillcg* nt Montlcello. There w i l l be a session on teaching methods and a meeting on sonic central issues In Aincrlcar! foreign policy. Announcements Junior Civic Leigut Iluinmago Stile A ruininnflc siile, Ihe proceeds of which will go for the Boys Club, w i l l be held tomorrow at Edlins Shoe Shop by the Junior Civic League. / Sigma Alpha Iiita Active nnd a l u m n i members of Slffnm Omlcrim Chapter of Sigma Alpha · lola, iiiitlonal professional inuslc f r a t e r n i t y , - w i l l have a d i n - ner at Ferguson's tomorrow evening nl (i o'clock, complimenting Mrs. .E. M. Pulncy of SI. Louit Mo., visiling province prcsidctil flcscrvallons must be ' made before noon lomoi'row b,y calliiij Mrs. J. D, E . - i K l c , (clcphoni 213H-W, or Mrs. Vcra Grteii, 2617 Onunlry Cluh Family Mght Family N l n h t aH the 'Counlr. Club 'la scheduled tomorrow will dinner al 7 o'clock, followed bj d-anciiiK and bridge. Stale Police Seeking Hif-And-Run Driver l.itllc HncM/IV-Arkaiisaa Stale 1'ollce Kltspccl possible foul play In (he recent t r a f f i c death ot 03-year-old Bccbc resident. Claude Mnrsh wus klllerl when he was struck by « car on Highway H7 near North Utllc Hock two weeks njo. He flrsl was listed as n vil'llm of a hil-nnd-rtm driver. Bui Lli II. It. Peterson, chief c r i m i n a l invcsllgatiir ot the Slate Police said yesterday lhat'offlcrrs now believe thai Marsh was hit Marriage Puts Him Behind Bdrs c nut *" Alfred 'J. Gcrdcl, pastor of the f i First Presbyterian Church. Burial i crcia j'- M'orlland, 6rc Jtwcll Chester" 'Close "back'^n prison. This came . aboul because' he was on parole al the time; his parole o'fflcer had told him not to wed, and he got m a r r I e d--Ip Ihc warden's iccrelary, Anne Carty, 38. Close, 3U, was a Irusty at the he first caw .her. The love bug had him fay the lime he Was'pa- rolcd lasl monlh, and, desplle his -parole officer's warning, he married her. The stale Parole Board said H Jusl could not .condonfe t h i s r ' H c already had Ignored orders not to drink or drive a car, the board mid. So it revolted his parole yes- two years remain- N* Fills to Worry Tulu Jrige "-Tulsa. Ok!?..-MVCommon Pleas Judge Leslie W, Ules, who yesterday received a threatening hole on Ku K l u x Klan stationery, said lie would not give the missive "the dignity of an investigation." The nole was placed on * court reporter's desk during her absence from the office. The letter caid in part: state penitentiary in Salem when | "The 'boys' ire much fed u« !·:..,,* , i ftiL _ i "" - ··· · ·*· was ili nojers cemetery. , Mn. fleshier Was a native of ficnton County. She Is survived by' . I 1 "* °' a three-year term for pass'"" 1 "' ' " 1 ""'" her husband,, her mother, sisters and one brother. three W. M. Nfily Hogprs-(Special i-Funeral services for W. M. 'Npcly of Vinila; Okla., were conducted Wednesday at V i n l t n . Burlnl was In the Hogers cemetery- yesterday. He Is .surr vlved by h i s , w i f e «hd four chil- dti*n. Iva L*» Melton nchtonville-(Spccfal)-Ewi Lee McLean died early this morning ut her homo a mile south of Bon- tonvillc. Funeral arrangements liith the burns Funeral Home here arc Incomplete. Births by two cars. The officer Marsh apparently was left said Mrs. K. M. Putney "f St. Louis, Oo., province presirtent of Sigma Alpha tola, national professional nusio f r a t e r n i t y , is v i H i t i n g here vith. member* of the local chap- er. .1. K. CcClellnml is expected to ·eturn tonight from Little Rock, where he attended n stale on-- glncering inctliuK and made In-! pcction of an underground cable; ielng laid by his company, i n ' 'forth Little Hock. ^ helpless on Ihc highway a f t e r being bit by one ('invalid then run over by another. The driver of the d car has been arrested Peterson said, but the driver of Dili nther Vehicle still I* belli sought" .- · - Child Scalded To Death Near Waldron L i t t l e Hock-M'J-Arkaiiwis' violent death toll for lhls v wick climbed to 11 when a three-year- old girl died in a Fort Smith hospital Thursday, night of burns suffered in a f a l l Into 1 n tub of scald- Ing water at her home. She was J o h n n i e Forrest, daughter' of Mr. inicl Mrs,' .John Forrest uf the Nelly community, near Waldron. Mrs. Forrest said she WHS doing the' family -washing Thursday afternoon when 'the child backed into the tub of water. Used by thousands In retfuclt» diets-- Junse's Roman Meal bread. 11-18-tf Mr. And MM, Willlim Htrbtrt Kttn Mr. a d d - M r s . William Herbert Keen of FaycllevJIlc announce the birth of a daughter, February 21, at the City Hosptial. Mr. And Mfi. Rent Andvrkon Mr. and Mrs. Rcna Anderson of Spt'lngdalo announce the birth of a d a u g h t e r . February 20, at the County Hospital. Mrs. J«n.t O'Uuinn Mrs. Janet O'Quinn of Fayelte- ville announces the birth of a son, February 22, at the County HoS pital. MACARTHUR SAYS-- CONTINUED rnOM PAGE ONE the "poorest chnrR'c" of all frcpub- llcnris to win the nomination. Asked about Stfcsseh's reference to imcohflrinrd rurnors that McGrath had become n millionaire while iii public office, the Httor- ney RCneral said he "has no desire nnd there Is nn necessity to tom- ment beyond t h a n k i n g Candidate Stassei'l for the" compliment." Kcfittver Hfrfrd Frofn Stfn. Eslcs Kcfauvcr of Tenncs- Hcci the lofic Democrat to ;umouncc for the presidential nomipatlon to dale, criticized the "antique mentality" of ihc nepublican party in rioncrnl mid "McCarfhylsm" in particular In an address at Warren, Ohio. A n d ' former Itco. W i l l i a m C.~ Cole, i'ainpa Selling /or. Missouri's GOP nomlhntlon for Congress, propose! n new liwrstlgatlnn. I olecfod,. be promised % GOP women's meeting at St. Joseph yesterday, hd Wouldn't' slop at- jus checking on oraln and such short s. He would demand fin invcstio: 1 to see If any of the golf storos at Forl Knox "has fallen out of the bottom of the vault. 1 Ing had checks. Whnt's more, he won't be near his bride at the prison. She already has submitted her resignation, effective March J Former Country Club To Become A Monastery Little Hock - (A'l - The. former Shrine-Country ' Club property near here is.(join* to become a monastery. Bishop Albert L. Fletcher of Little Rock announced yesterday that the Dlscalced Carmelite Fathers, oldest religious order of the' fcomsn Catholic Church, will open the monastery sometime this spring. The properly--15 miles south of Little Itock on Highway 167-- h a s . h a d various tenants. It was operated as the Shrine Country Club from 1926 io 1936. Then it was used as a hospital and a clinic by the late Dr. John H. Brlnkley; next as a convalescent center ,by' the Arkansas flaptist and a hoys camp by Tourneau Foundation. Hospital, the Le- llon Prices Drop Little RocK-(XT)-Hon prices the greater Little, Ttocjlt Stockyards vesta-clay dropped to the lowest level in a year. Prices dipped to 117 a hundredweight, said Manager Pat Ilocaii. This was a drop of 25 cents and boosted the decline for the week to 75 cents. \Vliat Is believed to have been he first toll road in Hit Unitet: States was built from Alexandria Va., to Snigger's dap. ANNOUNCEMENT Miss .Icamictlc Scuditcr, dean of vomcn al Iho University. . and j Jarbarn Wood, HCting" suiiervlsor f the women's residence hall, n't- enried College Night al College ilgh School in tiavllcsvillc, Okla.. 'eslerd-ay and arc \-isltinR high chools in Tulsn, Okln., today. Four n u n i Vaycllcvillc a t t e n d e d ! a riistric: meeting of 13oy Scout ' workers u t the Br-ntom-ille coin-1 m u n i l y house l.isi nighl. p i c k ! nurl-.c, Frank Chamlicrs, J o h n B n r n h l l l and Frank Lewis attended from Fayelleville. Twenty men Were present. Mrs. A n n a J n m i n r l l e , formerly Mlfs Anna Thnlch of Son's Chapel Community, and, now of Sylvan Lnko, Alberta, Canada, has been visiting hero w i t h Mrs. Anna n. Hurst and with relatives of Ihc Charles Cl»rk f a m i l y nt Wyman, Mrs. Preston Woodruff left this «(lei-noon for Forl Smith, where she will mecl her brother, Fred Hunt, mid go on to Little Itnrk, to be w i t h their mother, Mrs. Andres H u n t . MM, Hunt will undergo nn operntlon tomorrow morning M St. Vincent's Hospital In Little nock. Hr. Glenn Cole, assistant professor of vocntlonnl education M tin University, will Mlcnrl n south- *rn rf«lonnl conftrsnfft of M a l e «ur«rvllior» nf jiuldnncc Krvlceis nnd of cnunsflor lrnincr» In New Orltnnk March 3-«. Dr, Cole It In KM VHlMllnM « Hrtw h · v a i l B b t f U 4 f r « R t * i f i t f InWl. hilly lMII«t »· kM. IMft plBWI, *Wl, h«T«WI, pl«N(«n f (My, ·ttrf (MrvttHnf ·MchllMI. We ire pleased to announce our appointment as dealer for Minneapolis-Moline farm equipment. Come in, let us give you complete facts on MM Visionlined tractors, Htrvestor^ power units, and modern farm machinery. Stays On Fighting Line To Be With His Son Somewhere in Korea-(/P)-A veteran Cans-dial! soldier has volunteered to stay in Korea fof six more months so he and his son can go home together on rotation. "1 don't know what the wife %lll -think," the father said, "but 1 believe she will understand. Thi lad and I ha^vo been seeing each other for months now and we'd like to finish it out togethn The father, Pvt. John J. Wheeler, 46, and son, Pvt. John Jr., 22, both arc serving with the First Battalion Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. They arc from V.'cst Selkirk, Manitoba. Warplanes For Greece And Turkey On The Way Fiomo-M'J-The U.S. a i r c r a f t cur- rier Tripoli docked at Brindisi today with 1(1 American jet fighter bombers for Greece and Turkey, the two new Atlantic pact members. Joe Sreele Reoppointed To Racing Commission Little TInck-(/P)-Gnvcrnor Mc- Malh today announced rcappoint- mcnt ot .Van M. Lycll of Hot Springs as c h a i r m a n of the Ar- ·kansas Racing Commission. The governor also re-named Joe Steele of SiKingdnlc, thus rounding out the 10 member commission. up, on ilTetin. you . . . as per enclosed bUl, The 'boys' asks you to clean 'up or clear out." It was signed ''committee." Clipped to the letter ivas a newspaper clipping which referred to tourt action recently taken by Bondsman C. B. McAllister to force Robert L. Johnson, Common Pleas Court clerk, to accept his bonds. Judge Lisle, at a preliminary hearing for tne bondsman, dismissed an embezzlement charge against the defendant. McAllister later was tried and -convicted be- fprc another judge and is under two-year sentence.. Arnall Takes Over As U.S. Price Director Atlanta-(/n-Ellis-Artlall, 44, was sworn in yesterday as the nation's^ price boss. The former Georgia' governor promised a " b r a s s knucks" fight o h - I n f l a t i o n when he took the oath as head of the Office of Price Stabilization.. President Truman appointed him to succeed Michael V. Dl- Salle, who resigned to run for the United States Senate In Ohio. · Arnall conceded that some of his forthcoming decisions as price stabilizer would not always be popular, and added- "I'm. hoping for the ' ' ' worst." References For Cots.NotGood In Baltimore Ballimorc-M'J-Baltlmore c a t s arc Just plain lazy In the opinion of a Johns Hopkins public health expert. Dr. D-vid B. Davis, as- sociMc professor of the Hopkins Scl -iol of · Hygiene and Public HCiii. 1 : estimates that there are at least 00,000 stray cats roaming the streets of Baltimore.' There arc an equal number of rats. If the cats would catch one rat each, Baltimore's rat problem would be solved. . Dr. Davis claims that the rats the cats clo catch probably would starve t.i death anyway. Studies by :he Hopkins exports show rat mortality in any Eiven neighborhood is the same whether cats are there .or not. Subject T» Am* T o k y o - (IP) - After the j5«c'« treaty goes into effect American military personnel sUl!ontd?,ih Japan will be subject to arrtiUfy Japanese police, but they will be tried by U.S. Military Courts, ,a high government official said'. today. Markets Are Closed . N e w . Yorh-(/P)-Security . a^i.d commodity markets iii the U. S. were closed today in observance of Washington's birthday. Livestock markets Itept open. A4herilM In Ifce TIMES--h DIM. St.Joseph Train for the Top Learn Many Secretarial Skillt Business shorthand machine operation or bookkeeping-- wt .offer tvBry course 'you 'need' to make o c a r e e r of your job. Enroll today. Fayelleville Business College 'The School Yau'll Like" 309 W. Dickion Phoni tl best, b u t . fearing the Covered Buttons -- Buckles Including th« Ntw Contour Belts in Every SJylt Cu»lom Finished And Heady io Wear tht S«mt Day We Receive Your Order. SfcH Ctten Stamps on EVtryihiflg , MeKe.han'j Fabric Center » ·· ««*r T] The 1st Virginia regiment was a . u n i t organized and commanded by George Washington. New Orleans In Grip Of CirniYil Spirit New Orle»ns-OT-The magic and mirth of carnival cast a sp*U of splendor over this city today. . | Merry-maklnH Mardi Cms visitors from across the nation joined with fun-lovins natives to jam the streets, pack the hotels and overrun the night spots. A carnival air is everywhere.' Ton major parades andjiumerous halls arc scheduled before next week's windup. Three Children Die ^* When Trailer Burns Salem, Ore. - W) - Mrs. Dolores Flory left her auto trailer, home for a few minutes yesterday afternoon to get some drinking water. Her three small children died in B fire before she returned. The flames, of unknown origin, centered around the .door of the trajlcri trapping Danny Lcroy, fl.VK;Chcrry Linn, two, and Pa- melatJarie, four months. Four Die In Plane Crash On King Ranch KiiiRsvllle, Texas-W)-Four six persons aboard a twirt-enjined airplane on a routine training 'light were killed today when the ilane crashed on the King Ranch The plane had just taken off from [he Naval auxiliary training *ta- .ion here when the crash occurred 1 The Navy Would release ho names and gave no indication as of the extent of tht injuries to the two survivors. The plane v/as attached to air station here. Insects and diseases cause greater loss to timber, than fire. Painful cramps of "Monthly Periods" stopped or amazingly relieved \k £ In 3 out fif 4 cotet in doctors' own teiti! \ the uterus -- without th* /J^ · Women and girls who Buffer irom those function- *lly-c»uscd cramps, back- ftches and headaches uf mertstruation -- who feel upset and irritable on certain "particular days" -- m a y o f t e n b e i u f f e r i n g quite Urineccs'sarUyI Such Is the conclusion from test* by doctors In which Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound gave cotftptete of striking felitr Irort such distress In 3 out of 4 or the cue£ tefttcdl T«*! M*dlc») etldence shows liTrtts Plnkhum'ft thoroughl? modtrn in action. It exerts m rittAtkibiy ctltnihi «0tct Use'of pain-deadening the effectiveness of Lydl» Plnkhftm'K ne*ds n6 prbof to the millions of women and rlrls whom it has benefited. But how about you? Do you know what It m»y do for you? Take L y d i d P l n k h u m ' i thro\iRh the month. See U you don't Ret the fiame relief from the pnlns «ud weakness of "those days"! Se If you don't feel bfittcf bft/orc during ynur period' Get cither Lycll* Plnkham'a Compound, nr hfta, itr.proVCit Tnblctft, m-ith added iron! 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