Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 18, 1952 · Page 12
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 18, 1952
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tAMANUStMMS last May but now u brought .under control. Mb d« Jtrielro, BratlM/rMun- jrtllw.fivfSr,'- carried .by which liver only in t h e i CAPT. HORATIO HORNBLOWER Twite 7:00-1:00 Stortt Wednoidoy was GOES TO THE RACES Drive-In Theatre ArkMirVTvHrf«r,March II, 1M» eir Names Forged On Petitions Hearings Open In Purchasing Act Vote Controversy Little . Bbck-(/P)-Twcnty-three persons testified yesterday that their slgriaturc.i oh* petitions to refer the controversial 1951 purchasing ocl to the November general election Avero forged. · · Little Hock. Attorney Wayne Upton, named, by the Arkansas Su-. nromi? Court as special commissioner to hear testimony In .the ensc, opened hearings hern. The case involves a siilt filed by two Ptilaskl County taxpayers as a direct action with the Supreme Court. The suit charged that Secretary of Stale C-. G. Hall erred i n - f o r t i f y i n g the petitions as sufficient to place the act on the ballot. The suit Is designed to prevent a popular vole on the purchasing , ------ · ----- ........ .. -..*. measure, which was snonsorrd hv boys T r i: l!ucsts of Coarh G a r t - · natures of the persons whciM names appeared'on. the petition. Attorneys Argue This tactic brought about a lengthy · exchange between Pk-k- cnc and W. H. Thrasher, assistant' attorney general, one of two state attorneys representing Hall, r?- spondcnt in tbe case. Thrasher argued that the affidavit on each petition was hot to the effect that the circulator,knew the persons who were testifying. Firkens contended that man, names of the petitions'wore copied from.the PulaskI County poll tax book so f a i t h f u l l y that typographical errors In the hook were reproduced. No attempt was made to identify the alleged forger. - Little Hock, ipont the weekend it his .home here; The Federated Club will meet Wednesday afternoon at t -2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. J. W. Webb. . Mr. and Mrs, Raymond Schmllz Prairie Grove Mr. and Mrs. Gene Vinson entertained at a-.chieken dinner In honor of the members of the basketball team, and their, coach, James 'Garlman. The boys won the district championship and rnnrle the trip to Pj-cscott for the state meet. Sue Vinson, Betty Smith and Charlone Brewer, members of the girls' basketball team, .served the dinner. Supt. Ray Cornwell was n guest. After dinner the i ·? ·4 owe* frEjfflttAINMENT ^^^^^^^^H^H^^^H^^KH^^^^^^Hj^^^^^^^^^HI^^HI Wednesday, March 19 Springdale Roller Rink ihe administration o f . Governor McMath. ' Names of the 23 persons who testified .yesterday appeared on etltlons allegedly ' circulated by John. P. Wells, publisher of a Little . Rock weekly news digest. All of the witnesses testified Hint ( 1 ) jhey did not sign the petitions; (2) th'c writing did not resemble their signatures; and (.1) they had not authorized anyone to. sign the petitions for them. Fred Pickcns, an attorney for the plalntlffs-^W. E. Davidson and H. H.-Kills--asked the witnesses if Ihoy.kiicW Wells.' Upon receiving the 'reply of each witness, ho would say that Wells had sworn to the secretary of slate that he personally had obtained the sic- ALL PLUMBING REPAIRS And Tnt Kitchen Sink Call on ut to solvo all your heating and plumb' Ing problem* . , . targe or ·mall. Depend on us, too, for r e l i a b l e emergency service . . . iready for all urgent neodi. Call 1886. f No Job Too Big No Job Too Small 0 and [) PLUMBING CO. 231 W. Mountain man at the picture show. S. A. Conklin who has spent the winter In Miami, Fin., .has returned to his home In Prairie C rove. Fifteen members who hold tickets. 'in the Fnyottcville.Com- governmenlal ! munily Concert Association attended the program given by the Cincinnati Symnhony Orchestra ei the University Field House Friday night. Mrs Jessie Lee Balbinot, president of the Council, presided at a prayer service of the Council of Church Women held in the Presbyterian Church Friday afternoon, The. Rev. G. C. Bidwell led the devotional which was followed by the "Lord's Prayer" sung by Richard Grccr of Fayettevllle. The Hcv. John Stephens of the Baptist Church spoke on "Christ Our Hope." A trio from the high school composed of Frances Garnett, An- nctia Tunnel, and Camilla Bidwell sung "The Lord Is My Shepherd." Grecr sang a request number, for I the closing. f Mrs. James Painter of Curtis. Mich., who' has been the guest, of Mrs.'C. R. Fenimnrc for the past two -weeks, left Friday for her home. MiV arid .Mrs. C. E: Wolvcrton 'spent the weekend in Tulsn with ·Iheir daughter, Mrs. Ralph Lee and family and attended the Guy Lombardo concert Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Phillips attended the fourth- A n n u a l quail restoration banquet at Springdale Friday night. At. this banquet Sue McKcnzie, a member of the' 4-H Club of Prairie Grove, won the second -prize,, a 17-jcwel wristwatch, . . . ' .Herbert E. Buchanan, retired honorary professor of mathematics from Tulane University who has been acting president of the College of the Ozarks since September, 1051, harf been relieved by the Rev. John P. .Vincent .who will assume the duties of president in April. Dr. Buchanan will make his home; In Prairie Grove.- Mrs. Ruth McCormick entertained the Friday Bridge Club at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Wlllarri Brooks.. Guests were Mrs. A. D. Mathews of Alabama, and Mrs. Jesse Prewitt of Tillar, Ark. Sgt. Buddy Horah of Camp Chaffce spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Horah. Mrs. E. H. Cook, principal of the grade school, returned to the class room Monday, after an illness of two weeks: Grovcr McCormick, who works with the state Plant Board in PLAN TO BUILD 8» Our M.ltrisL Gel Out Prictl. Try Our Service. DVKE LUMBER CO. 301 SI. 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