Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 4, 1952 · Page 12
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March 4, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

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1 F M*!' ;it AJMNJAJ TUHB. . Memh .4, Hit Pre-Trial Conference Set For March 13 On Road Fund Suit Rock-W)-Pula«kl Circuit | Improvement of the .Indian Ba Guy Amtler \e«(erday sell 1 ' 0 !"'- ..:. ; 18 as the date for a prc-|. vltne «" testified at the'hear conference on the Indian! Road fund litigation The tfU. . "Mtit li an outgrowth nf the recent Highway Audit Com- WMlon public hearings. It In- »]ve« the collection of- $2,961 ·geii'l · Monroe County citizens for 4 F a m o u s H E A R I N G A I D F e a t u r e s - OMIT IINITH CIVIS YOU ALL THICl! | bit**** mMAPHONI SerHerr Switch * tfMlttoii T*n« C«nrr*| "WM-IOYAl" HIARINO AID! partment it wound up In'Cover nor McMalh's 1850 political.cam palgii fund. Atty, Gen. Ike Murry filed th suit seeking, to have the none, deposited In the. Mate treasury Murry named Henry-'Woods, Me Math's' executive- secretary am campaign manager, and Arkanti Highway . Commissioner Charle Adams .or Huajhes. as defendants Two Seek Office As Assessor In Benton v B*ntonvllle-(SpeclaI)-A ' race for the position of Benton County HEsessor took.form yesterday when ^Walter Coffelt, a" farmer near Vau«hn, jflled a» a .Democratic nornlnee for that office. · '' Rbllaiu 'Maxwell; trie? present deputy assessor, has announced he will .seek the position being vacated by H. O. Cook, who is re- tlrln«.: : House Fire Alorm Radioed From* Plane Omsha-vW-An airliner's pilot ·adloed an alarm that sent Omaia firemen to a blazlnf residence ast night, . ... . _ . . ,_.'..- ..,. . H. A. Barksdaie, Denver, was bringing his United Airlines trans,- port In to the municipal, airport after a flight from Denver when ic spotted the hotiie 'enveloped'in lames. He radioed the alrpor,' control tower. . , . 1KTCPNITE Libya has an · area of 679,358 tare'miles. MR. DEED'S GOES TO TOWN Starh Wcdhttdo 2 Dayi Only MICKEY ROONEY 'it* Pony . . Rkkrr · Playground *«* the Kidditi 71 hion.3103 , Drive-In Theatre SIX NATIONS IN 'EUROPEAN DEFENSE COMMUNITY' NORTH ATLANTIC PACT NATIONS- -- NATIONS TO CREATE EUROPEAN ARMY---* SOVIET SATELLITES MX NAIIONt-Krance, Wot Utrmany.. Italy, Belgium. Netherlands. Luxembourg, derignated by stara- hava th« gu-algn to form an army In a "European Defense Community" within the NATO, under plant approved at Uibon. Such an army woflld be attached to General Elaenhowpr', mprrme NATO commtnd. - - ,, - , . , ,, / Teapoi 1 Dome There ore many Advantages to the Borrower Who Places His Loan With Fayetleville Building And Loan Ajidcliiilon JKESiaSD 5:-5(3133 red tope . ' ·. ' · No deloy. . - . · No commission or brokerage. · The monthly payment l» the minimum. Any amount abovelthe: contracted payment may be paid al any time,..with'Interest charged only to date of payment. . ' ' . '. · No penalty for pcy off. · The borrower Is only a few minutes from our office, where he may come ot any time, to lalk over with our officers, any problem thai may arise, and not have lo handle the matter by mall 'with far; away lenders who cannot understand hit'problem. ,-; · Tax'and Insurance payments-are tiq( held In e»«*#.* : ( They are- creeilted jo' fhe loon · balance whlk here, and Interest li reduced, thu» !r, effect giving Ihe borrower'.a lower Interest co»l, Thete are only a few of (he advantages gained by the borrower who places'his loan.with this Institution where the borrower's Interest : ·ar«.9ur;'ln i tere'jti. Our only desire being to ; t i«rvtf^fV(.-ihvery.possible way. Finds Loss Of $1 $00000 Not Too Hard To Take, As "Money Isn't Everything' ' Rcno-f^-L. V. Redrd,-, who* ' says he is "a man of ; character but not a 'character',", is .unconcerned over the loss of- an estimated $1,500,000 in cash,'jewelry and negotiable securities. As police checked rumors and listened to a multiude of theories as to how burglars carried away Jiedfield's safe 'from hJE home Friday, the 54-year-old millionaire told reporters: . "Money can be replaced. There are many things in life that are more important than money. I ha.vc good health; "I have a good wife and, with apologies to tli song--I have her love to keep me Warm--who can ask for anything more?" Then he philosophized on thrift: "I buy a bargain when I' see one. If I can save a nickel on an item. I buy it in quantity, thus saving one or two dollars. If I hadn't done that all my life, I'd be just like so many other people today--just one step.ahead of the bill collector. ."I .can s a y - t h a t I don't owe a cent to anyone in the world, including. Uncle Sam. If the Internal Revenue people will check their 'iles,.they'll find : have paid income taxes on far more money nan was taken the other day." The burgles didn't "break" iedfield. They overlooked another 1,000,000 in securities. 'oulrry Firm Facing Seventh Civil Action Bentonville - (Special )- A $1,50.20 suit on account was filed gainst ihe Arkansas Poultry Company.of Gentry Saturday. The uit is the seventh civil action lo filed against the firm. One of .he partners is named individual- in another suit. Elisha Holland charges in his omplaint that .he sold 20,000 rollers to the firm September 4, t 30 cents a pound. He charges hat the firm failed to pick up rr-m 2,500 lo 3,000 of the broilers until October 8 when .they paid him $2,100,40. Holland declares he was due $3,150.60 and seeks the difference. The -seven civil actions brought against the firm now total in cx- .cess of $16,000. Both partners are also charged with' overdraft in the criminal division of Circuit Court here. Geologists have found fossil 'remains of jellyfish, 'which' were deposited in. the mud of ancient Cambrian seas millions of years -go. No Premier Homed In Communist Mongolia . Moscow-(yp)-Th« Moscow press indicated today that Communist Outer Mongolia--the Mongolian Peoples Republic--still has hot !chosen^a premier to succeed the late Marshal Choi Bol-san. The marshal's death from cancer was announced on January 28. He died in a Moscow'hospital. Tripoli fought » war with the United States,. 1801-05. '.. . PLAN TO BUILD 8» Our Material. -. C«t Our Prices. Try Our Sentee. DYKE LUMBER CO. MiSt. Chailea WHO FIXES RADIOS? We've Been Serving You,20 Yearn SMITH RADIO SHOP Now you can get CURBSERVICE At M A Y O ' S GRILL Highway 71 North From 3 P. M. to Midnight Speeialuing'in St.aki, Chickin, Sufoodi MIL AHD MRS. PAUL YORK. OWNERS-MAHAOER3 0. 8. MULE MAIL--Come shell or high inowdrifts, the mail must fo throufh to GI's at the front in Korea. And Pfc. Edward J Cbandler finds "Francis," the non-talking Army burro is adequate transportation through the rugged, snow-covered hills. ·" Fine It Aueued Bentonvllle-(Speclal)-MillGii S. Buell of Siloam Springs was confined to the Benton County jriil yesterday. after being found guilty on three charges In the Siloam I Springs Municipal Court. Buell was convicted on charges of be- .Ing under the influence Pof intoxicating liquors, disturbing the peace, and assault and batteryrHe was fjncd S135 and $49.95 costs. STRIKING ENSEMBLES at the Junior league Mardl Graa celebration In New York'" Include this extravaganza worn by Roscanne Bennett. The skirt la a tea table complete with cups.. Necklace la a »trtng of spoons and the chapeau makes a "teapot dome." (International! Start! ff Wednesday I OZARK I THERE'S NO ROOM. IN THIS P I C T U R E FOR ANYTHING BUT JOY AND GLADNESS! The hilarious show of fhe fellow who made room for the girl he loved and forgot to lock the door! '.·Whin, you finance your home with us I you deal, with a friendly local institution 4 ,with headquarters right in your own corft- £/;,munlry. It pays in many ways to deal at Building And Loin Association IUMNE lunu · Moor siuAir · JOHNJIOGEU · r*etum « liH · ItM · lilO . TiH . till CWMM · Mew I T.MEI "DECISION IEPORE DAWN" HI THE END OF THE EARTH CROWN COAC LITUEROCK and MEMPHIS No c h a n'g e s. Weather, conditioned buses -- via Crown's shorter, all-paved scenic route · between Ft. Smith and Little Rock. UNION BUS DEPOT 103 N. College Phone K SHIP YOUR PACKAGES BY BUSI EARTHOUAKEJ, IIDAl WAVES. RAVAGE A DOOMED, TERROR-STRICKEN WORLD NEVER BEFORE FILMED!! TktMetiAfflUinrStMy That Science tr Heri«n rrMuCMkr BrtetHby- . GEORGE PAL- RUDOLPH MATE . trm^trSyDKVHdM'iiWMMrirMx Starting Wedneidoy U-ARK GIANT PUNEt _ COUKhtS VHTHEARTH^ ENORMOUS EARTHQUAKES SWALLOW WHOLE CONTINtNTSl TIDAL WAVES FLOOD ENTIRE 1 COUNTRIES! LEAVES EARTH! tabrt«f,*M,liicCelerhy ·howi TiN-liN f M. I TIMES "WOM CAL1 . I TUESDAY MOM A STUAMOIR" '·$/$:$ *:^ ·/. PttACE ^ · ON OUR STAGE · 3 Shows -- 3:10 . 7:00 . 9:00 WSM Grand (Me Opry Pratanta IB Penon GEORGE MORGAN ·nd hit, Candy Kidi · ON THE SCREEN "STORM BOUND Starts W«dn«tdoy He Vowed Vengeance for hii brother's death) 'The RETURN of FRANK JAMES" In Color by Technicelot i Starring HENRY FONDA GENETIERNEY HINRY HULL Tellew the Oeme TrilU" "A Mint let

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