Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 19, 1952 · Page 12
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March 19, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

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15 _ : JBruce Wllliinn, jninijer of th -'·iBtorivUle' Chamber of Com totrce, hat resigned his. posltio becom'e minajer of the Cham of Commerce in Parli,. Tex ordlni .to an, ahriouncemen 'hide twJiy. ' Williams will repo jB.iParlr'Aprli-lB, Wilims «'ccepled the positlo ».\*»hager ot 'the :-Bentonvil thainbtr of - Commerce In Jan ' ' 0 1 « 7 . v During this, stay i nville he has served, as prcsl Bt of the Rotary. .Club, and rently l( pn- the Hotary" Clu ird. He ii iecretary of the Ben Coimty Fair .Association; an iber of the Community Furii He li th 'Tait: president of lh' ·% mfnib»r.: ot tbi ·Bpardiipf-i' Di ' : of Soutn^citcrn Initttut ._jf'VCKaTmW' ; . Manifemwit,? iin'c JJAi;- durint,the/pai't. two.years ·fttrVed on the Institute faculty. :i' Mr*. tVllUafnsy. : 'who -has been Jactlvt in jirden · club work In iBtntondlle, will join her husband jln Parlif at a-latw d*te. 90 PROOF KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY l O l l l n i l l l . BATISTA AND FAMILY ON ESTATE OUTSIDE HAVANA p.;nilOlNCIO ·AHSlA.vWhoie rivlutlonary regim« IB In control In Cuba. Is shown with hla wlfa *r t *,''" ld *° n Rol *''" oo hla estatf out«id« Havana before Ihe revolt which ousted President Carlos PrW Socarral. The U. 8. li expecUd to recognlie the hew Batista government. (International) Keeps Talking On Phone White Burglars Rob Home St. I,oui8-W) r Ai 17-year-old girl T a . liurgiar's 1 pistql : hcld at her leap^r-cairled 1 '" pn.^ a. : ·' seemingly a s u a 1. telephone conversation y were robbed of. $25,00)) nt.their uburba'n h o m e o . . ; . - . ' ' .;-.' '. . The girl, Elders Roehi';:her par- nt«..Mr. and Mrs.vWilliam Hoehi [ frontenac, and a sister, Eliza- ieth'i '15, 1 were terrorized by three jsked men, who ransacked the oute! ..;'·;· .' ·. . .· · ' : . ' ; · _ . Eldora ;was. on . the telephone Iking to'»'friend when the burg- rs entered.. They, threatened to loot .if; she- disclosed their prcs- ico. ' ran Frees Ailing lewsman From Jail Tehran, lran-(fl')-Prtmier Mo- immed iMocsadegh'a fovernment as released Iranian Newsman egham Meierdlchian on bail t«r two months In jail. Megerdlchian, who : served as rrespondcnt for Reuters, the rltlsh', news agency, Is charged th sending out false news. He as. been too ill to stand trial, ronion Premier Says ruman Blocked Loan Tehrtm Iran-W-Premler ''M immed Mossadegh accused 'Present Truman yesterday of .block- loans to Iran because the nnlans would not agree.to Brlt- i terms for scttldment of the nglo-Iranlan oil dispute. · The premlqr made .his efiarge in speech to 44 American news and dlo executives and their -wives, ossadcgh said ho applied for a S. loan last fall, while visiting Washington. . . France Wanla Aaiuranc* Parls-(iP)-Francc's government wants a binding, promise from the U. S. ConKress and British Parliament that rearmed Germans won't 1 pull out of the proposed European army and revive the Wehrmacht, Foreign Minister Robert Schuman told the National Assembly's Foreign Affairs Committee yesterday. During it's 10-game 1951 fool- ball season, the University of Florida was penalized 47 times for 438 yards. Municipal ..Chrls dale',-was-fined id, .48, of Spring($l and costs f o r a total .of $10 when he pleaded guilty to a charge of following another vehicle too closely. Wood was arrested Monday by 'Donuty Sheriff Leonard Jones following an accident .on Highway Is cast. II A D II TOKIGHT · T:M;liM P.M. .:, «MIO AND COIMUPTION 'PIIOfTITUTIN* THI NATION'S TOUTHI ! l«l- TODAr CUiTOMMS...TOVKIlOIGE! .Two Texas men, Clifford Travis Waldcn and Gordon Waldcn, were fined $7 each when they pleaded guilty, to charges of speeding. In addition, -Clifford Walden was fined $2 on a charge of falling to stop for a red light. Both men were arrested by city police, Scholarships At University Open * To Graduates Two -four-year scholarships, and .19. one-year scholarships for study !n the linivcreity:College of Agri- .... ,, culture win."again.'be ..available IngThernT the'allianic's navaVchlef this year to outstanding young ricullure and home economics The Standard Oil Company (Esso; provides, two scholarships for 4-1: bov · ambers, which amount to J50 a semester, for four years. The Sears-Roebuck Foundation provides 15 scholarships for both-men and women, amounting .to $100 a semester the freshman year. Two additional \ scholarships for the freshman year, amounting to *100 'a semester, are given by the Kroger Company. All of the scholarships will be awarded on a basis of high school scholarship,"financial, need, and qualities of leadership as thbwn by acMevemenls in school, church, 4-H dubs, F.F.A. and F.H.A'., and other activities. High school graduates or graduating seniors may obtain an application blank from vocational teachers or c o u n t y extension offices. The forms should be'filled out and sent to the Dean's Office, College of Agriculture. University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, by May- 15.: Awards will be announced around July], Admiral Says NATO Needs More Wankips Ottawa-ypJ-Thc NATO nations need more warships to counter the "very serious" threats confront- men or women .graduating from Arkansas high schools, Dean L. S. Ellis announced today. The scholarships were established to encourage ..worthy young men and women of limited means said last night. The North Atlantic naval commander, U. S. Adm. Lynde D. McCormlck, spoke at a news conference here after a tour of 10 NATO capitals. to enter college and major in ag- AJreitlae la the TIMES--It pay«. Northern Mimrfictufef Not Sure Negroes Should Leave South To Seek Better Life Pine Bluff Ark.rM)-A Northern* manufacturing executive said today he.Isn't sure'. It is better for Southern Negroes to to North in search of a career.. Ivan L. Willis spoke at Career Day at Arkansas A. M. and N. College. Willis is vice president in charge of industrial relations for International Harvester Company. He told his audience at the state- supported Negro college that they might feel freer in some respects in the North by reason of the laws and prevailing social cus'.oms! "Nevertheless," he added, "there ·emain the problems of housing, ob opportunities and many others, isn't a perfect picture." e observed th? in recent years t has become progressively easier Ngroes to obtain jobs traditionally held by other races and ichleve success and recognition: Willis suggested that the South iffers rich fields for Negroes. He lied education, agricultjre, mcd- cal and dental care, business and eneral health as opportunities. He said that because of a "noti- eable reluctance-on the part of *Tegro people to establish their own lusinesses" great ' opportunities xist.in the field of business with- i the framework of the Negro omniunity. Citing changes in southern arming from a one-crop level' to iversificatlon, · Willis suggested j hat soil conservation practice 6f- ers both social and financial re- lards to the capable farmer with Jsion. ' - · Congratulations Volcano In Action anila-OT-A submarine -vol- ano today was reporter! belch- ng smoke and steam;on the sur- ace of the Pacific ocean 315 miles orth of Manila. The tallest man on the-Univer- i t y - o f Alabama basketball team freshman center Jim Jordan of uford, .Ga. He is six.feet nine nches tall. The Pittsburgh Hornets of the \merican Hockey League never ave finished the season on top of icir division or won a playoff htmpionship. VIVACIOUS film star Betty Button,' made an honorary sergeant major] of the 160th regiment (Loa An-! geles' own) in Korea, receives V firm klsi of congratulations from a hometowner, Sgt. Jack Bunch' of Hollywood. . (International! UMd by thousands In rtdudu Jittf--Junirt Romin Mnl brnd. 11-1J-K Now Many Wwr ' .. FALSE TEETH ' With LJttl* Worry JCit, talk/ laugh or ineeze without f««r rf iiuecurt false tetth drooptn* · I J p p ' . n f - o r wobbltni FASTEETH «old§ plate* finivr And mor« comfort- ·bly Thii plvaiint powder han' nc rummy, fooer. p»ty taiti or feeling rtoctn't cautt nauwa It* 'tHMMM mon-icld) Checks "put* odor" (deti- mre breath). Get FASTECTH at any drug itore. · . ; . , . PLAN TO BUILD SM Out MtltrtaL Git Out Prlttf. Try Out ferric*. DfKE LUMBER CO. ttt It Cha»l«i /2 GALLON Vanilla Ice (ream 64c Holland Bros. Lector Hani Farmer's Mifkel 111 W. 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