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March 12, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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,'··* H* ·r I B ·'.J » · IV N X u § I i a. 8 W ArKAF.'SAS TIMEi, rayrtlivlllt, Arkm**WtrfmMay, March II, If52 Row Order Way In ; Tulss, .Qltla..(/Pi-Mayor Oeorso j - ' A f t e r th'c commission declined to ;SUner.,s3'y5 disciplinary, action put the proposed' pay borisls Into .iMjainsl-.teatici's.: of,,' a. firemen's effect -.June' 1, ; Chairman Dick -froup itcklng p£y raises, is under 'Qray/rir itic Jfrehicn'^ Salary Corn-) :ispn'siaeMtI«n."Termlng th(i group's i m l t l e e ' distributed, 'petitions, to: ;tnethod«'.!'.undcrHniided," he paid! firemen ai'id. other'city employes.-] ·he'planned'tocotifor will) Fire i The petitions! urge immediate "ChJet 13."N, Par-iif regarding the | adoption of n plan, cubmillcd by a, [matter,;.; -·' · . . . · - . . ' · · . | Chirnwi consulting J l r m , . recom-' :.-After'a meeting yesterday of j mending $15'monthly pay hikes city, commissionors, firemen nnd for firemen and police, ·other ;ity -employes, the mayor declared; '.'H is high time that something, b* 'done about the current iiitua- tlon which' has brought city em- ploye morale to a very low level. Disciplinary action appears.to he 'the only step left to curb thin out-- -breaic of unprecedented lack of 'sincerity and' loyalty of city cm- .ployw involved," MOORE'S F U N E R A L CHAPEL OLDER FOU!, ITCHING SKIN 1 f jr t!w' ptgi-lnfjmridmliiirtinttfet- f«il it* of drr .kg, ifeiMoiiJo Y6lK« tful Middle Bar, BnMtil-Otaiiittnl In n jwwW, unthlnir rtlW.'Ae.li in ploci! r jiBliihH,n«tnr«l,iWi!,o««'--worl(V tnti, «Bd! comfort l«sl«, Huwrfooil It f«ls not ; tt tan-to «cr«Uli tnii erralch. /lid ·Mlnol nd get rclM. All drug ^lorm*. Twiilc and Thursday 7:00^9:15 A DAZZLING MUIOM. *}\t. n GREAT SONGS, 1 TWO TICKETS 110 BROADWAY! * ... MARTIN - LEIGH- » , D . H A V F N i s- MILLER ··:,· i K l f A i K i N Altoi Color Cartoon ftfn* Pony Rides Ifor The Kiddiei T||,W« Playground Frte Miniature Golf Course Monkey Village 71 Drive-In Theatre Marriages Hubert' Rhine, Prairie Grove, ·ind Miss hose Lee Pelfrcy, Combs, were married March K by the Rev, Tommy Globs'..... ·». . CBSe Sylvester;Elgin nnd Miss Gertrude Jean Laswcll, both of Kansas City,'.-Mo., were married M a r c h - 7 - b y - . t h e Rev. J. Robert Moffctt. .,.:.- riaymond V. Haggard and Mrs. Maymic J. Haggard both of. Kan- sap Clly, Mo., were married March liy John Kirsch, justice of the Calvin August Sclfcrl nnd Mrs. IJmma ]'. i/xi'urtl both of I'ltls- liurg, Kan., Avcrc married Mdrch 4 by the Rev. F. P. Brewslcr. ; Mlllnri ,T, Hctr.el nnd Miss finr- baro Ann Heckworlh, both of Wichita, Kan'-,, wore married March 4 by Circuit Judge Miiupin Cummings. · · .- Kugcno CJcngun,' Paducah, Ky., and Mrs. Grace Chapman Aurora, Mo., were married March 4 by the. Rev. Arnold Simpson. Voll .lesse-Wright, West rork.j and Mrs. Icy Mac Bridges, West- vllle, Okln., were marrlctl March 3 hy the Rev. .1. Pat Saylcr. . Orlancl D. : Medley Elklns, and Miss Mary Lou Danlcy, Cllfty, were married March 4 by the Rev. Melvin L. Vaughan. Not white, not wheat, not rye, hut a flavor blend of all three-- Jungc's Roman Menl Bread. 11-19-1 look Smarter · Smart walking ahead in lhi.i lailorcil li.il lli.il's ttyle-riglit, fn-riplil and dou f n.r!glil comforlihle, Tn look ' (mirier and feel belter, conic in nnd try on I pair of Jarmans. IV «.-, .Good Shoes Properly Vittcd ifc HE'S POLITE TO GRANDMOTHERS The American Federation of Slnle, County and Municipal Em- ployes- (AFL), representing about; 400 other clly. workers, opposes ' Ihe plan. They stand to gain little financially through It. . ·'· And n recent special study by former city Budget Director Arthur Lewis brought the commis-. sion the- word there's no money on hand at. present for the raises. Threats of a. elty .employes', strike dwindled a f t e r the. commission's refusal to grant the firemen's wage boosts. : Opposition to the firemen's proposal, stemmed from the fact they and police would get about DO per cent of the estimated $17,000 monthly In.-pay increases, while the remaining 10 per cent would -go (o employes in all other departments.': "··/·'· .three Die In Tourist Court Af West Memphis I'' West .Memphis, Ark.-W)-A 1% ycar-pld expectant mother ' and two other persons dletl of suffocation-when a.heater consumed all the oxygen ,.In a tourist cabin here, '; ·. / , .',.·" ; '."Dead" wcie Mrs; rDavid.-.Puckett of Lexington, Ky., and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Z u f f a of Redding, Calif, Mrs. Puckclt's body was' ta!cn to a . hospital- where 11 cacscrlan operation wiis performed in -an unsuccessful ulfcmpl to save her unborn child. Firemen found the bodies In the cottage .Yesterday after « maid turned In nn alarm. POLITENESS TO GRANDMOTHERS, a holdover .from his Boy Scout days, pays off tor Pfc. Jim Carroll; who m Johnny-on-the-spot to give a light lo one In Chicago railroad station. She turns out to be Marlcnc Dietrich, on ft personal appcflranco trip. {International tioundpn Springdale 7-9 p.m. Mrs. Claude Kelly, president of the Council of Church Women and Mrs. Carl Trbmblc, vice president, will attend the state Council of United Church Women to be. held in Little Rock March 18 and 10. Miss Bctly Hearing spent the weekend at home with her parents in the Stony Point community. Elder Clyde Leslie preached at New Hope Church Sunday. He was accompanied by Mrs. Leslie and their children. The Steadfast Sunday School class of the First Baptist Church met Monday night at the home of Mrs. George JIarncr on Wayland Avenue. Mrs. Lester Schmidt brought the devotional. There were 15 members present. Guests were Mrs. Robert Hadcn, Mrs. David Harner, Mrs. Allen McClain, Mrs. Billie G r a h a m , Mrs'. June Carroll. At the end of the program and business meeting refreshments were served by the hostess who was assisted by Mrs. David Harner. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rust and son, Michael, of Backus Avenue were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. - B i l l Polling and children, Cindy and Rocky, of near Springdale. . · . The Berry S,treet'Baplist Women's Missionary society met Tuesday afternoon for its regular monthly business meeting. Mrs. Lawrence Laymon opened the meeting by leading the group in nging "All Hail the-Powor,"-and catling in prayer. The members voted to buy material used for the land-work of the Sunbeam Band. They also voted to cooperate with Ihe church in prayer services to be held in .connection with the revival to be held in April. Next Tuesday the royal Mrvice progr»« and cooperative luncheon will be held at the church.' The last Tuesday of the month Is set aside for visitation and prayer. Mrs. P. C. Minor and Mrs. Thcda Hojvcrton were appointed to select a 'missionary ftook which will be taught by Mrs. R. L. Gosncll. .The offering was taken and the group was dismissed by prayer. Tech. Sgt. Bill Dryer, son of Mr. and Mrs. .W. F. Dryer of Springdale, has returned home after spending a three-year tour of duty with the Army occupational forces in Germany. Before coming "to Springdale to visit his parents and brother, Irvjn Dryer, he visited-his sister, Mrs. Robert F. King of Washington, D. C. His next assignment will be at Brooks Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. Members of St. Raphael's Altar Society sponsored a benefit card party Tuesday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Highfill on Maple Drive. The proceeds will ue used fnr the parish. Beta Sigma Phi chapter held a joint, meeting Tuesday evening at 7:30 in the home of Mrs. Joe Stcele on West Emma - avenue. Hostesses were Mrs. Steele, Mrs. Preston Brogdon and Mrs. Robert Spencer. . . · T h e Lutheran M i s s i o n a r y League met Tuesday night at the church on.Thompson street. Mrs. H. Biebrick was in charge, of the program. At the close of the meeting refreshments were servec ry Mrs; Martin Schecle and Mrs Fred Stettnisch. plaintiff, defendant restored to maiden name of "Hlghtower." Rhoda Louise Laudcrback D. H. Lauderback: Deere of divorce to plaintiff, incorporating property settlement agreed upoi by the parties. Marguerite M. Arbon vs B. J. Arbon: Decree of divorce to plaintiff, approving property settlement of parties. West Fork Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hill have returned from Galveston and Houston, Texas, where they spent a week on business. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Shook of Fayetleville were guests of Mrs. Ellen Hanshew. Sunday afternoon. 'Mr and -Mrs. Bill Gentry of Tulsa. Okla., spent Sunday with Mrs. Gentry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. McKnight. . Jim Knowles preached at the First Baptist Church Sunday in the absence of the Rev. R. H. Reed, who .was ill. Herbert Suttle of Wichita, Kan., arrived Sunday to snend his vacation with his family. Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Suttle and daughter, Gloria Jean, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Earl Robinson and sons of Fayetteville, will leave for Chancery Dispositions I n - . t h e Washington C o u n t j Chancery Court: Lillie Oiler vs G. A. Olicr: Decree of divorce to p l a i n t i f f . Curtis D. Pledger vs Jessie Lee Pledger: Decree of divorce to WHO FIXES RADIOS? We've Been Serving You 20 Yearn SMITH RADIO SHOP NOW thru SAT. A POI I ft SAT ' MATINEE 2:30 p.m. ^. OF THt U-BOAT ^ MARAUDER, ·-'. U.S.S."TIGER v SHARK"! SUBMARINE COMMAND NANCY WIUUM HOLDEN · OLSON · BENDIX · TAYLORS AIR-MAIL NEWS -- "PARTY SMAHTY" k CARTOON PLAN TO BUILD S» .Our Material Get Our- Prictl. Trr Our Strrin, DYKE LUMBER CO. JOS St Chsrlw Aamillo, Texu, to ipcnd the weekend. · " Mr. arid .Mrs. W. H. Mahohey and. granddaughter, Miss Glenda Mahoney, and Mr. and . Mrs. George Kirsch and .daughter of Fayetteville attended a wedding shower for Mr. and Mrs. V. Wright at Westvillc, Okla. Fifty guests attended the shower. inaufomatiuidws SEE HOW MMH Mcnrn^ SMITH RADIO APPLIANCE 'Take time out for a grand evening of good entertainment in the comfort of a MAICO Theatre" O Z A R K -- -- - UARK · NOW SHOWING · TONIGHT T ft J P.M.' 1:20 - 3:20 · 5:25 - 7:25 - 3:2! JAMES STEWART ARTHUR KENNEDY U.A ADAMS NDoF THE RIVER News Color Cartoon Ntwi ft "Hollywood" PALACEN° W ERROL FLYNN Roaring Saga of th* Seal OLIVIA DE HAVIllAND "CAPTAIN BLOOD" THE RIGHT HAT AT THE RIGHT TIME! " A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT IN OUR SALESMEN'S S A M P L E S LEE! DISNEY! MALLORY! ALL VALUES FROM $10 TO $20 Now Only |) Just received! A complete assortment of Salesmen's Sample Hats from top name. brands. Mallory, Disney and Lee. All models from Snap Brims to Homburgs, in a wide choice of muted tones. 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