Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 6, 1952 · Page 12
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 6, 1952
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WHT AMCANfAS T1MM, toytMtvllft, Arlrvntw, Thvnduy, A'.or;!. ; 1722 fCominfona Said Ready To Open llebanon Bureau 3' Rumors Published Of Red Plans For ·'£ Arab Area Drive !*, B e i r u t - W l - H u m o r s that a * Cominform bureau may be rstah- ~ Ijshcd in Beirut have appeared in * the I-rbanosc press, g The ttory, which wiiilnaleri In f She Turkish dally Jumhuriet, ji liken seriously here because of i many already existing evidences of well-organized Icftwlne activity In lyebinrtn. According to · the Jumhurlct ilorjy Beirut I* ulalnd to become Continform headquarters for the jA.eb world. Branch centers would- 'ho organized In Cairo, lurnailin, Alexandria, Damascus nnrl other strategic cllira. '.'^n addition to propaganda work, the newspaper Said, one o( the chief dulies of the local o[flce would be collection of political, economic, and military Information from all the Arab slalea, The Communist parly Is outlawed In Ix?bannn, but tho.'Leba- nese government is tolerant to Individual Communists, ·'.the:' coast of Trlpolitanlii ''Is Ubya'i most fertile ro'jiun. PANCAKE RACE TITLIST SHOWS HOW ON THE TRAIL OF i i i .$· Funi r HiI^4v. , ,, Vcinlf* ! -·· .'"'*** ^ }"\^-".' · DrtedBeef ^SS 1 '';'.!* 39* Corned Beef'cap can. . . . . .45* Oysters Salmon Pink Salmon "Sardines Tree! . Orange Juice Salad Dressing Peanut Butter Folgers Coffee. . , Griffins Coffee. . Admiration Coffee . Yellow Bonnet Coffee. Bright Early Coffee. Victoria 4H 01. can Spring Kill Tall can O. T. Tall can Van Camp Giant, can Donald Duck 46-01, can Yellow Bonnet and Grlffin't Grlffln'i 69 49 19* can 45' 23* qt. 39* Money's Worth Coffee . Thlr Price li Right Maryland Club Coffee. White H Uiti. Ib. 85* , Ib. 79* Ib. 79* Ib. 69* Ib- 69* Ib. 39* . .In. 79* '/2-lb. can 19* Bikers COCM . . Cawed Meal »:::.: can 49* Com* Early For Best Selection French Forces Beit Off Communist Assiulf S a I gon, Indochlna-VD-French nnd Vietnamese troops defending a fortified post at Tan Phu, 18 miles north of Saigon, reported lonighl they had beaten off a Com- mur. st-lcd Vlctminh attack in bit- Icr hand to.hand fighting. About 200 Vietrrinh soldiers stormed the four cornered bamboo and brick constructed Blockade-like defense posi'.ion after heavy mortar fire. They blew up one corner of the post. Then scaling the towers with ladders, they fought their way into the Trench.and Vietnamese main defense v;orks. · From the People · MRS,. ISOBE1 DJX, M, demonstrates her pancake nipping skill to admirers In Olncy, Ungland, aflcr winning tho Olncy icction'of th« third nhnuol International pancake race. Hie other lection of the race It Liberal, Kan., w.« won by Donna Joan Zimmerman, a high .ch'oo' ·cnlor, who bettered Mrs. Dlx' time. Each course II 16 yards long, an. contestants must nip a pincaku Into th. air and catch It at'the start run with It to the finish and give It another nip. . Inttrnatioiuu Crowd Protests But Family Moves Into Previously Ail-White Neighborhood To the Editor: I note your appeal for a Humane Society for Fayettcvillc, and your request for ideas. My idea is this: That 'those who would come and pick up an injured animal in neca of care leave their"names with you. When the liV. is completed, turn this over to the police. Let the police keep this list, ,with addresses and telephone numr bers, and when the need arises, let them call one of'.thcse 1 persons. Let-thorn keep a record, opposite c;,ch name, of the dale that a summons was answered. : .VHh a large j list o; persons helping in this way, no one called upon often, and Ihe animals would be given the care of those who loved them, rather than tha less personal care of emergency. If you favor this plan, you may start with my name, Joy Pratt Markham San Pablo, Calif.-(/l'j-Ncgro « rai-lor Wilbur Gary's family was established today In a new home n a previously nil-white district, mdjsmaycd by taunting, stone- thrcwing neighbors. The 12-year-old war veteran, is wife and seven · children ig- lorcd a hostile crowd of 150 that gathered around his $8.700 honied and threw stones last night. The crowd was dl.-ppr.scd by Contra Costa County Sheriff James Long and 20 deputies. Long said two-man patrol cars would watch the home "until f u r t h e r notice." Sumo 50 persons friendly lo ary als', assembled on his iawn. They faced the crowd protesting ils moving into Rolllngwoori Tract, usl south of San Pablo and IS nllcc across Iho bay from San Leading.the friendly group was the Ecv. Fred H. Busher, pastor of a Richmond Methodist Church, Me planted an American flag on the road in Jronl of Gary's home and began reciting the Declaration of Independence. He was interrupted by jeers, catcalls and hoos. "What arc you sticking up for the black man for?" one man shouted. Sheriff Long Ihcn appeared, told ihc crowd it was assembled un- l a w f u l l y and ordered both groups to disband. "I'm going lo be here all night, so they'll he protected," Long said. \,The funs outside his home did not appear 16 upset Gary, a vice commander In an Oakland American. Legion post. Washington County; There would b« numbers of people in Springdale who would be active: Publicity is inch a definite help. I'm sure all the former mer.iberi feel The stinginj nettl*. » tptelti of at I do in wishing to do all possl- ! Jellyfish, is 35 per cent water. bit towirl fuch in 'organization. Lucy Leigh To :hc Editor: Thank you for your editorial in the TIMES "Something Lacking. Yos, indeed, there is something lacking when proper care is nol taken of our dogs and cats. When we see them wandering in streets as if they were lost ; when they look at us in a pleading way, we feel v.cry keenly the need of a Humane Society. As citizens we should organize and support a Fayetteville branch for the benefit of animals which look protection. Mrs. E. M. Schlafcr lo us for To the Editor: Having been a member of the Humane Society which had to discontinue on account of lack of funds, I believe plan would work out whereby 50 people would secure 10 members each at $1 a month per member. It 'would not bo advisable to start with less than that. Latter it probably wou. \\e don't scare easily. I'm still not require that amount. !2L n £jnj'lny/' he said. It should rater to the needs- 01 Eecv ·· wHk the TIMER iifljr. 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