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f.-2-r--HOtlHWBT ARKANSAS TIMR, tayeftarMe, Arirane*. Thurtdoy, Mercti e, 1951 ttlllMIIIIHUMIIIIlnilllllllllXIIMIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIMIIIlllllllllllllHIIIIIHII Personals Daily Calendar of Events Staff Sgl. nnd Mm. Hoy Lawjon has arrived from Fort lilley, Kan., for a 15-day leave to lie spent here with Mrs. lawrton parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner. Mrs. Ann bl.-i'««« who lias been a Mrs. Grove Entertains Eunice'Circle Members 'fhc Kunlce 'Circle o£ Calvary Hdptlut Church met with Mrs. F. A. Grave, Tuesday evening, with 12 members presort and two visitors, Mrs.'Novil Grave and Mrs. Charles Grave, The flcvorend Stuckey taught the lesson from Ihe f i f t h through Tonight . . . ' · . . Junior Assembly, Keller Studio, 7. Fayellevillc Practical Nurses, Cily Hospital Nurses Home, American Legion Auxiliary, Legion Hut, 7:30. Chapter K, P. E. 0.,' Mr«. H, W. Ymmkin, 7:30. Exemplar Chapter, Beta Sijrna Phi, Civic Club'rooms, 7:30. and Mrs. George Waguor, I Government Avenue. 035 7:30. I Mr. and Mrs. ElvJn Gciscr nnd I HID, Gary, ol North Lillle Hock, ' are here for the basketball tournament and visiting with friends. Gcisor is coach, at North Utlle Rock High School. ·ConUict Club. Washington Hotel, 7,31) a. m. Fayette'vllle Board Deiiltors, Ferguson's,-12. Kaycttevlllc Association of Life Underwriters, Ferguson's, 0. Ozark Mudhciu, MrB. Ore Clark, 7:30. Washington Lodge One, Mnsonlc Hnll, 7:30. Mrs. Romans President Of District A.F.W.C. At the closing session of the district meeting at the Goldmnn Hotel I n ' F o r t Smith yeitcrday, Mrs. E; 'I/. Romans of Faycttcvllle WBS elected. president of the Northwest'-'-Arkansas d-lstrlct of the A r"k-a n s as Federation Womeni Clubs..Mrs, Rommis waj ·formerly first vice president. She tua:eod« 'MrK, S. E. Apple of Fort, Smith.' : . , Other:.'officers ..elected wcr Mrs.: T.. J. Gllstrap of Bcnton vlllc, .first'('Ice. president; Mrs. Ralphs-Johnson, .Mcnn; second vice'president^ Mrs. C."A. Mc. Vcy, Bttroka Springs, sccrcldry; . Mre.'Qb;A:...Fcntrcss, Forl Smith, tf««surerr;and Mrs, J. C. McKln- n^y,V Sp'rinifdflle, historian. .'Offjcesvto We filled by board ·ppolntws--arc trial of secretary . »nd v parHnnicntnrlan, The 1853 meeting -place"will also be chosen ' bj,. : .th«. .board. Invitations have . .Men: received by the district irom' Rogers, Mena nnd Prairie ^1ra. '. Ollitrap WHB appointed a member of theslite.nominating committee, by Mm. -Apple, mid Mrs. J. 8. . Harlan' of Prairie Grove, had been previously named by · the state board to the committee^ ; Resolutions were adopted favoring the Ford Foundation pro. |r«m to'be administered''by the University; sponsorship o f - a for- tljn «tudent at the state university; -and endorsing the candidacy of Mrs. W. F,, N. Phillips o f i Fayettcvlllc for president of the federation. Attending the meeting were representatives of 15 clubs In the district with about 100 women present, Mrs, T. T. Mnrdls of Harrliburg, state president, wns *pecl«l guest and received from the .district a gift of two nlerllng bud vases, : Miss . Ingelriud Beuntor,.. change student at the;University* · under lh»-sponsorship,, of AFWC, tpoke during the morning session, At the. Junior Federation of Women's clubs session, held In conjunction .. with the s e n i o r group, Mrs. .loc Pendleton of Fsyettevllle was elected president to succeed Mrs. Ralph Kennedy 'of. Slloflm Springs. Others named (o office- were Mrs. Jack Nelson .of Fort Smith, vice president; Mrs. Demi Allison, Silonm Springs, recording secretary; Mrs. Fny Hnll, Fny- . cttevlUc, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Vincent Borcngasser of Forl Smilh, treasurer. ' \ A resolution w»» also adopted I by the Junior group, adopting! ·the Ford Founrtallon leachci t r a i n i n g plan. Garden Club Meets With Mrs. Timmons Twelve members nnd Iwo gucils wore prcBcnl for lhc. rciriihir nil- day meeting of lhc Green Thumb rdcn Club nl the home of Mrs. Gar 9cth Norma's Beauty Shop SALE 50% OFF · Cold WIT. k Michln. w «S-«II l.r tr.» IN Or fie M Cut 11 till III 111 w, MoinUln 'th Timmons on Tuesday. Members nuiltcd ^for the hortcss ;uul were served a cooperative lunch- eon.lit noon. Mrs, Boyle Brown presided during the business meeting in Ihe absence of lhc c l u b president, Mrs. Louis Petyko. Members answered roll call with lhc name of n pcrennlel flower which each Is to planl in preparation for n f u l u r e perenniel plant cxehungc, "Whal my club menus to me" will lie used for roll chll next month; Mrs. Arthur Dyer 'received lhc mystery package, "What to do In March" wns discussed by Mrs. Doyle Brown, nnd (n. article on annuals wns given iy Mrs. Tom Hlclcey, n gucsl. Mrs. Nlnn Hnll read lhc poem. The April meeting will be in Ihe home of Mrs. E. N. Yell, Bloody Announces ViW. Quarterly Meeting Lester T, Moody, Bcnlnnville, commander of district one, Veterans Foreign ' W a r s , announced today thnl the next quarterly dis- Mrs. Ethel RORHII has returned lo her hnmn at 32.1 West.Spring Slrret, a f t e r (wo w e e k s - w i t h her son n.nd risughler-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. nogan In Houston, Texns. J u l i u s S. Haird, eon of Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold C. Bsird nf Foyplle- ville, stationed at Eilson Air Base, Alaska, lias recently bonn promoted from private first class to fhr- noi-nl. He is a member nf the 51011 Mrs, Frank Smiley hits received word lh»t her dnughtcr-ln-law, Mrs. Irvln Smiley, who is n pi'tlenl nl the Southwestern Respiratory Center in Houston, Tcxiis, and has been In nn Iron lung since last August. Is slightly Improved from pneumonia. Mr. nnd Mrs. II. H. Howe and daughters, Ann and Jean, plan to leave this weekend for Daincer Field, Tcxns, where they ' will make their home and Mr. Howe will be In partnership with his brother in the construction business. Announcements Mlss Alice L. Lekch, fill? Lcv- crcll A\-enuc, will return tomorrow morning from St. Louis, Mo., where she has accepted Ihe 1 position effective March 12, ns sccre- Inry nnd supervisor of clerical work In lhc office of the Rev. J, K. Herrmann, stewardship counselor of (he Lutheran church. Missouri Synod. This office Is In the new Lutheran building in St. Louis. Former Local Resident Penney Store Manager Oscar Curtis, son nf Mrs. O. L. Curtis of Fnyetlevllle, Is the new mnnoger of lhc J. C. Penney Company store in Beaumont, TPXHS. He goes from San Anlonio, where he hns been assisted manager. i Curtis formerly lived here nnd !.worked al Pcnnoy's while.altcml- ! Ing the University. He was with the company In Lillle Hock fnr - Met meeting would bo with How- ! TM v f" · vom ' s ' llllcr worke(I '" ard-Parrlsh Post DB.H nt Decntur,! s '" ilh » s nsslslnnt mnnnger before Sunday, March loth, beginning at ' f'g" ( " Sa " , Anln "'"- " c wil! ' f! -V " 2 p. m. .Special guests will Include VFW Nnjionnl Council ' member, Jim Merrill of. : McGclicc nnd Arkan- I lo San Francisco Saturday lo al) lend a rUth anniversary convention, Mrs. Curtis is Ihe former Miss Vcrncnl Edwards, dfiughlcr of Mr. sns junior vicc-commmidcr, II. M. , "" " " ' " " ' """*""-' '" »"· """ (Pop) Warner of Flippln. The wcl- "" (I ","' " oy T ' Awards of Fay- ,f , come address will be given by | """.""I"- dal Ourk Miidhdn The Ozark Mudhens will moel Frldn.v at 7:50 p. in., with Mrs Oru Clnrk, 431 East .Third Street All members are urged to allcnc for the election of officers. WiHhinglon Lodge One Washington Lodge One wil meet tomorrow evening a t ' 7 : 3 o'clock in the Masonic Hall fo work In the E. A. degree. · Al E. A., Fellowcroft and Mastc Masons are invited and refresh moms will be served. TRUMAN INSISTS-- 'L-ONTINUEO FROM PAGE O N E ere who rnuat 'quarterback the program predicted it will be whittled down. The president said thai fnr the fiscal year beginning July 1 the total security programs he is sponsoring total about 64 billion dollars. He said the burden of this cost nnd what H means in cutbacks of civilian production "arp clearly within our economic, capacity." The sum covers appropriations proposed for the U. S. armed forces ns well ns help lo foreign countries. If there Is any question aboul the size nf the $7,!)on,000.000 mu- lunl security program, he said. .. Is not whether it Is too large, but whether it Is too smnll." He railed It nn amount "which will bring returns in security no other policy could 'hope to produce so economically." Rejects War Policy The president rejected what he described ns two alternatives"deliberate war"--thai is a war launched hy the democracies to crush Russln--anri the "policy of retreat" to Ihe Western Hemisphere. "The policy of premeditated and deliberate war," he said, "is one which no democratic or god- fearing people can for a moment entertain . . . "The policy of retreat would deprive us of Allied nrmert forces which, If called upon to fight for the defense of Ihnir own counlrics, would nt. the same time be fighting for the defense of, ours . . . "U would require us lo become a garrison state, and to Impose upon ourselves a system of t-en- 'rallzed regimentation'unlike anything we have ever known. "In the' end, when, the encouraged by our retreat, began to organize the rest of the world ngnlnst us, ws would face the JUDGE RULES-- CONTINUED FROM PAGE INK into private business In the area. Principal Intervenors in the case were the Arkansas Power nnd Light Company; Southwestern Can nnd Electric Company; Arkansas-Missouri Power Corporation; Oklahoma Gas and Electric Company, and the AFL International Brotherhood of Electricians. The three distributing co-operatives which make up AECC arc Arkansas Valley Electric Co-Op- cralive, Ozark; Carroll Electric Cp-Operative Corporation, Bcrry- villc, and the .Ozarks Rural Electric Co-Operallve Corporation, Fayclleville.. Child Found Unharmed After Day On Mountain Hot Springs, Ark.-(/Pj-A five- year-old boy who wandered alone all day on W e s t - M o u n t a i n ' n e a r here wns found .unharmed last night. Clayton Kemp, son of.Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kemp who live at the base of. Ihe-mountain- adjoining Hot Springs, left his home bout 9:30 a. m., yesterday and spent the day on the mountain. His only company was his pet. dog and two of his father's bird dogs. The child'was found about 7:30 p. m., by City Detective Ernest Dodd, one of about 600 searchers who combed the m o u n t aTn throughoul the day for the boy. Two Caught In Holdup At Little Rock Store Lltlle Rock-(/P)-Two cruising, detectives surprised a pair b f i holdup men in Ihe act last _nlght.' Nabbed were men listed as Edward William King, 24, and Earl Lee Chalk, 16, both of Little Rock. The detectives said they found King at Ihe wheel of a car parked in fronl of a liquor slore and Chalk inside the store with a gun and about $80 he had taken from the cash register. Pulaski County sheriff's deputies said Chalk and King were [ wanted for Investigalion in Ihe | burglary of a nighl club near here earlier this week. Help On Way To Scene Of Quake In Japan Tokyo-(.1')-An eight-car mercy rain manned by soldiers of the J. S. First Cavalry Division headed tor the quake-struck cily of Ku- shlrn on the southeast coast of Hokkaido today. The train was oadcd with Army C rations and ilankets. H carried radio and med- cal teams le aid victims of Tuesday's earthquake and tidal waves. Bitter cold and driving snowstorms followed the quake. No Jails, Are Escape Proof; Says Official Oklahoma Cily. - (K - " T h e r e aren't any escape proof jails," says Olin G. Dlackwcll. supervisor of federal custodial service. "Put a man behind bars and he becomes a mechanical genius right quick," Blackwell explains. "After all, a man In jail has nothing to do but dream up a way to escape." The federal official, is among a panel of experts attending' a three day jailers instilule which ends tomorow. Warmer Weather For East Is Predicted Chlcago-OT-Some warming appeared in prospect today for the chilled Easlern Iwo Ihirds of the country. Only a few areas of the snow-covered Midwest .reported sub-zero readings as temp'ora- lures moderated over most of the North Central region. Not so cold weather also was forecast for other areas easlward lo the Atlantic coast. It was warmer in the South. There were a few. wet spots. Light snow 'fell in the Northern Appalachians, in the Eastern Great Lakes region, the Dakotas and the Central Rockies. Rain lit Southern Naw England and aldhg the Washington and Oregon coast. ' Housework Easy Without Nagging Backache Nnntinn backache, IOM of p«p an Jcnertzr. headaches mid iHf.iinww m*y be due to slowdown of kidney function. Doctoni jiny Kood kidney function fa x-ery important to good health. When some everyday condition. «uch mi itreM mnrl at ruin, rausen info important function to nlow down,m»ny folks nuffernair- Kins hnckfiche-feel miserable. Minor bladder Irritation! due in cold or wrong diet mny runic rcttinir up n i*htH or frequent PRMKITM. Don't neKlcet your kidneys if theie conditions bother you. Try Dnan'i Pills-n mitd Hlnrclir. Used *ucce*sftilly hy million* for ovpr 60 years. H*5 amnzInK how manr limes DORH'B Hive hippy relief from Ihew di*eom- forts-hclpthclBmilniof kidney tiibesandfll- ten flush out wutc. Get Donn'i Pilli todart Planes Drop Supplies To Earthquake Victims Tokyo-(/Pj-American Air Force planes today dropped,blankets and food to shhering victims ol Tuesday's earthquake and tidal.wave. Repair crews began work shattered rail and communications lines. Extreme cold and driving snowstorms followed the quake. Goes All The Way In Eye-For-Eye Plan H a y w a r a, Callf.-j/P)-O m a r Aaron, 49, tree surgeon, today put new meaning into the adage "An eye for an eyo." - He received one last week--via a cornea transplant--and he'll give one when he dies. "That's the least I can do," he said. "The other man did it for me." Know-land Seeks He-Election / Oakland, Calif.-(fl)-Sen. William F. Knowlarict ( R - C a l i f ) announced his candidacy for reelection yesterday. Used by thousands In reducing diets--Junge's Roman Meal bread. 11-19-tl UNION BUS DEPOT 113 N. Coll.g. Phont 65 Churltr » Bus lot Group Tripi Not Drivefless Long; Officer Cairns Runaway Baltimore - (/P) - A drlverless truck came rolling down .the hill toward dije of the city's busiest nterseclions yesterday. Officer Henry Becker, Jr., who was directing traffic, blew a series of blasts on his whistle and stopped all cars. Then, as the truck sped )y, he leaped on the - running loard, climbed.into the cab «nd wrought it to a halt.' Spring Petals Bloom A-Foot 4.95 Lncy petal cut-out* bin- torn in a pretty pattern en the vamp of a top-fashion sling pump for mera important occaiioni. Blue calfskin and Black calfskin. BASEMENT STORE OPEN SATURDAY UNTIL PHONE 2 tut Ihli ·MX «»«H iK.wIni m»ittlily "n» *J;^ ) n«jfS I!)'!.'" .*TMy ·"".'' «»· Hi !^"«?»f'°«'~ " the mayor of Decatur with Ihe re- ' sponse by Moody. Plans for lhc meeting lire under the direction of a commiltcc from the Decalur Post, with Dale G. Browning, commander, ns chalr- mnn and Mrs. Lena Weeks, n u x l l - lary president as co-chairman. One Itp'm of business lo be con- dldcred that will be of Interest to nl! posts in district one, is selection of lime and place for Ihe district encampment which will be held in late Mny or early June. Linda Lou Hutchens Honored On Birthday A birthday d i n n e r fur Linda Lou Hulchcns, two years old, was given at the home of her parcnls, Mr. mid Mrs. Glen llulchcns, yesterday. Oucsls were Mr. and Mrs. Leon Porler and son, Ronnie; Mr. and Mrs. Don immermnn; Mr, and Mrs. John Llndnbur^; Sgt. Ray Hulchcns; Mrs. Raphael Ihitchcns; Mrs. Don Zimmerman; Mr. and children, Belly, Judy and Welctn, Kenny nnd Jimmy, 'nrrls lihea, Mrs. Morri id dnughter, Jane, spei Tuesday in Ttilsn, Okln.. wher . Rhca allended a cosmel I instruction, school. Purged By Truman, Slaughter To Run Kansas Cily - f/P) - R o g e r C. Slaughter, the Missouri Congress- nan who was purged by President Truman in 1946. announced oday he will seek the Democratic ominallon for U. S. senalor prospect of bloody bsttle-- and on our own shores. The ultimate costs such a policy would be a man- for national suicide." · «.m. to 6 p.m. Life Stride's Spring Shoe ^ ^7 From every fashion angle, our new Life Strides spell fashion for spring. Fine leathers... in a rainbow of colors.. in any heel height you could w-sh for. We show you but 1 three of the styles in our new spring Life, Stride collectior* Bed Calf Tan M«ih With Tan Blue Cilf Trim Black Palinl B | u . Mtih wllh Blu , CO QK T ' lm *··»» Black Mtih, Bltck Patml Trim C. Rid, 0»en, Brown or Blick Elk $7.95 Unusual Low Price LAVISH WITH SCHIFFLI EMBROIDERY Acilata-and-tiron $ 4 Junior!' misses' Look at their styling--tfwlr trims. Whtn have you ever seen so much dress value for only $4. And you've a choice of 4 proven best selling styles. Made by a leading manufacturer. All or* of aulatt-and-ipun rayon, In luicieui aqua, (oral, Illat celon. lilt* have mtlal eytleti. Don't mill them. ASK ABOUT WARDS MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN.

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