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March 25, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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I IN Mrt » ·»!«·· our « l n e « r « FftMka M all wit who helped ui in ^vwVlririrtKt )lln «* "" *"', h ' -" ------··-- ind ilt«r. C«rrl« children 8:00 Dinner Music · «:15 Starlliht Tim* 1:30 Nfwi ' . . 8H! Ozarks Sporti. Revitw J 7:00 Wayne KlnrShow '.. '.:7:1JS Gabriel Heattir--M ' ' 7:30 Bthymio Rendezvous 1.17:45 Lombardo on the Air J! 8:00 Bill Henry c .8:05 Official Detective . . 8:30 Mysterious Traveler' IS. |i 9:00 No\vs ' . . . - · ·'«»· S:05 Story of .tir. Ktldara · i'f'* : *P''j. u " t .M''' |! '^ J '· if 10:00 N«w»i-M 10.15 Pjatter Psrly JO 45 Platter Party JI 00 Platter Party 11 so sun OH ' WEDNESDAY A. M. ' 830 Rite 'n Shin* S SO R.F D 1480 6 00 Rlia N' Shine 4:30 Markeli and Wtallur 8 35 Rlw N 1 Shine , 7 00 KoHat Kup Kaptn J 7 30 OUico'NtWi , 7 45 Koffjt Kup Kaptrs 2; 8 00 Robert IJurHIgh-M Hi t IS Morning Devotion! Ji 110 Time* Morning, FdHK» (49 Holiu.-n Gospel Hymni 1 00 Morning Melodlej . . . ; V:30 Take A Number ! -WOO food for Thought I §10:15 Linda'* First Love, ! @10:ip Queen for a Day i jJl :00 Rhythm Ranch Hands S 11:15 0auckage Commentary Wjl:»5 ; parj Smith '. ,.. . ;'li:30 : dniireh of Chri«fi ; . · ' i -11:45 Mutical Roundup 11:35 Market Peports WBDKESOAV P. M. g h! U:00 Hymrii f All .Churchei ' 12:19 Newt at Noon 1J:30 Chuckwagon Jamboree 11:45 Riders of the Purple Sag* 1:00 BASEBALL : Game o( the Day 1:30 Tune Pick'n Time 4:00 Tune Pick'n Time 4:0 Tune Pick'n Time 1, 1 B:OH Green Hornet r, I f 8:30 Wild Bill Hlckok _r 1:51 Cecil Brown'" Murray Blasts Wilson, Won't Go To Steel Dispute Meeting Washlnglon-WI-CIO President Phillip Murray today blasied-De- fcnso Mobillzer Cha'rlw E. Wilton us a "biased and unlnformcd",blj! juslhessmah and. refused-to meet with him on the crucial steel dispute.' ·. . . . Wilson, flying hack from Inlks with President Truman at Key West, Fin., had charted new.steel wage-price- peace ncgotliitlohs in apparent hopes of avoiding boosts which Wilson .feu might .wreck the entire economic controls program. 1 Murray's tnrt refusal to meet with Wilson, even before; the mobiiUntlon chic! sent out invitations, seemed to doom nny such negotiation* before they start. Wilson declared' last night that propoBala'made last week by the wafic Slabillznllon Board for settling the labor Issues posed "fi serious threat" to the · administration's efforts to stabilize the economy. The board recommended a 17',-i-ccnt '-hourly Increase and other benefits. The steel industry says it will have to rnlsc Its prices up to $12 NO PROBLEM To* Horrf For Ui To our trained tervic* man alt problBrni can b« soivtd wltri ntalntti and dlipatch ." . . 'and ol low ceit. It pay* to coll ui flnt , . . to b» aiiurtd of rapid work, Call 1816 C Ho Job Too Big No Job Too Smell D PLUMBING CO. 231 W. Mountain and a ton to pay for wage Increases recommended by WSB for Murray's union. · · : Sari WllMh "Uninformed" '.-.·' "H Is clear," Murray said, "that no constructive purpose can be served by attendance at n meeting with Mr. Wilson at which -In accordance with 'his prior, biased ;md uninformed Judgment of the tallies--he will attempt to set-aside the findings of the wage board in favor of "ah" industry- dlclntcd arrangement." Murray pointed out that he had postponed scheduled steel .strikes four tlmci) at Truman's, request and had followed the administrations suggestion In presenting the union's complicated demands to the WSB. Ho said Wilson was unfamiliar with the cnse. Murray said hu planned to ignore Wilson's meetings and go abend with scheduled bargaining 'sessions with steel companies starting tomorrow The current strike postponement is to last until April 8. Highway Along The Mississippi Sought Waehinglon-MI-Rcsidcnts of 10 states carried to Congress today a pica that It approve a long-cherished dream--a highway along the Mississippi River from Canada to the-Gulf of Mexico. Such n highway, about 2 000, oiiies long, was recommended'to Congress last. January by the Bureau of Public RoHds and the National Park Service. Actively backing the proposal before a House Public Works hearing today Is the Mississippi River Parkway Planning Commission, headed by A. P. Grccnsfcldcr of St. Louis and including residents of all 10 ·states In the river valley. · Greensfclder, known as pilot for the group, was scheduled a its principal witness at the hearing. .Representative Trimble of Arkansas, a member of the committee, is supporting the legislation. Benlon County Frail Believed Hot Damaged Bcntcnvillc-fSpecial)- B e n t o n County Agent Herbert Russcl said this morning that the recent low temperatures have not ruined the fruit crop In the orchards he has examined. "Some of the blossoms are damaged," Russel said, "but there will Isflll be a lot of fruit unlew we have another hard freeze." the wind that accompanied the cold weather was about the only thing that kept the blossoms from being destroyed." The mercury dipped to the low 20s in Benton County over the weekend. Keep ·» with Uw ttmat--rtU the TIMKft «afl». Obihiory JO*M IN* f wife · · · ·. · ." Funaral, ttrvlces for Jamei Ellii Suttlt, 41, a native of Faytttt- vllle who died Sunday morning In the Veterans Hospital In Little Rock «ft«r an extended illnui, .will bi conduced tomorrow at 10"». m., at th! Watson Mortuary by tM Rev. Walter L. Johnson: Burial will be in the National cemetery. PaUbearers will be Richard Clifton, Eldon , Daggls, Normin Harris,-Rex George, B. L. Lcwli and Ray Adams. Mr. Sutllc had been an employe of the Veterans Hospital in Fay- ctlcvllle for the past several years. He was the son of James E. and Delia Dowell Suttle, and was married to' Joyce Sitton in. 1840 at Eureka Springs. He is survived by his wife and a daughter, Judylh Anne, and three brothers, Frank and Hugh of Fayettevllle, and Floyd, of Baltimore, Md. He v/as a member of the Calvary Baptist Church and of Washington Lodge No.. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Suttle were to arrive today from their home in Baltimore. Amoi E. Stan* Funeral service for Amos E. Stone, 85, Fayettevllle, who died Saturday, were conducted this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock in the chapel of Nelson's Funeral Home by the Rev. Jesse Coieman, assisted by the Rev. Ed Phillips. Burial was in Farmington cemetery, under the direction of Nelson's Funeral Home. totty $u» Toddt) Funeral service for Betty Sue Podri, 10, daughter of Mrs. Sylvia Vailing of Fayctteville, who died Sunday night in Washington County Hospital, will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p.m. In the chapel of Nelson's Funeral Home jy the Rev. Glenn Stewart. Burial will be in Friendship cemetery. Mrs. J«il* Anna StquHtr Funeral service for Mrs. Jessie Arena Stauffcr, 61, of Winslow, who died Saturday night, will be conducted Thursday at 2:30 p.m. in the Episcopal Church at Wins- .-II »ALL THIS WEEK COOK'S ARE GIVING CEILING PAPER with tha (HHrchast of oach compUto room of wallpaper pricod from only lee, W nioro, a roll. You av« $1.32 on an average size room! | CHOOSE FROM HUNDREDS OF LOVELY PATTERNS! | Ret. 21c Vihtis 16 noil Re|. 54c Designs IWirMT-KttUFAIT Ref.29c Patterns 19* I MWU. Reg. 74c Viluis 49 ROLL IUNFMT--WMUrilT Reg. 44c Designs 29* Mm Jnu- IKKfUt-Krt MtiafMT Reg.l9c Patterns M « Mil IWr»T-Wllllf»T Other Ixqu/»/l» Dciigm up fo $4.00 Holl * WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES * OUR LEADER WALLPAPERS R*g. !2c Values ROLL CEIUNB MrtK NOT INCLUDED WITH THIS MOD* HEAVY WEIGHT-FELT IASE YARD GOODS full 9-ft. WMfni-Cnoice Colors RIO. 79c SO. YARD C QC S P E C I A L J / S iOOK'S EAST SIDE SQUARE WALLPAPER TOOL KIT Includes . ( AW the Tools Needed To Hang Yovr Own Wallpaper WAS $1.69 NOW ONLY (1 39 ^ 1 1^ . by tkt *tr. Mr. Lfthrap «f .'ort Smith, Burial i«flFb« in th* Brmlwood --tt^mn, .UOdtf «« direction of Moortf'' Funtral Mm LI* · ' John L. fcck. .father cf Mn. Ralph Carter of FayeUevllle, ditd Friday in Stminole, Okla., a'ft«r an extended illness. He was born in 1878 at Rocky Comfort, Ark., which is now Foreman, the son of Dr. Joseph Francis Eck, a pioneer phyildan. He lived in Mena, Ark., many years until he went to Seminole about 20 yean ago. Funeral services were conducted Sunday and Monday in.Sem- inolc. 3urial was In the Maple Grove cemetery th*re. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Mary Perrin Eck, now staying; with her 'daughter in Fayette- vifie; iom\ daughters, Mrs. Carter, Mri. Christine Foreman of Little Bock, Mrs. Marie Ainsworth of St. Louis, Mo., and Mrs. Howard Harmon of Kansas City, Mo.; three sons; N. P. Eck of Albuquerque, N. M., John L. Eck, Jr., of Los Anxslcs, Calif., arid James Eck of Berkeley, Calif.; 13 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Dr. Robert 6. Smith Funeral services for Dr. Robert G. Smith who died Friday at the Veterans Hospital, were conducted yesterday morning at Watson's Mortuary at 10:30 o'clock by Edward Brubaker, pastor of the Central Presbyterian Church, and Chaplain James A. Burris of 'the hospital. Pallbearers were Dr. H. T. Ivey, Dr. William J. Fink, Dr. S. P. Stubbs, Dr. James B. Mulkcy, Dr. J. E. Johnson, Dr. M. F. Wcstfall, Dr. John E. Kane, Dr. E. E. Crissman.'Dr. William H.. Christiansen, Dr. Coy Kaylor, Dr. Spencer Brown, and Dr. John Olsen. ' · The body was shipped last night by Watson's Mortuary to Columbus, Ohio for burial at the Greenlawn cemetery tomorrow. Bufkner Mr. and Mrs. Tialph Mullens of Wichita, Kan., were weekenrj guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Drake of Buckner and of Mrs. Anne Mitchell of FayetteviDe. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Suiter and ufhUr, Huron, MiM Wilrn* Witts and Mlii lose Watti, ill of Carthagf, Mo., were weekend guetti of Mr and Mn. Kfith Rob. blni. .Mr. and Mrs. John Hlnkle have received word that their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mn. C. J.- Fltiterald of Cotton Plant escaped injury in Friday's tornado. Mr: Fittgerald is misting in leicue and.cleanup work. , Mrs. Stacy Phelan, who has been a patient at City Hospital, returned to her home here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Greek arid children,' Katy and Stuart, of Mountain Home, Pi., left.for their home Saturday after Spending, two wteks with Mrs. Greek's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Erriit Von Erd- mahnsdorff. The Rev. E. J. Caunti was the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jcems Boyd of Drakes Creek. Fifth Sunday services, will be conducted all day Sunday at the Buckner Baptist Church. Luncheon will be «eryed at noon. Mid-week prayer services will be conducted at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Caudle. Charles and- Dewey Jackson spent the weekend . with · their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Glenn of Georgetown. Mr, and Mrs. Zealous Ward and children attended a singing con-', vention at the ' Goshen Baptist Church Sunday. Mrs. Beatrice Bclote, who has" been ill for a week, is reported improving. Mr. and Mrs. Grne Ward moved int: their new home on Highway 13 east Friday. . Mr. and Mrs. Chester House of Harrison were guests of Mr. r and Mrs. Clifton Bagged and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Drake'over the weekend. 'Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lairamore and daughter, Brenda;' spent Sunday at Clarksville. . Garland Lawson went to Little Rock Monday for " a physical checkup. Sunday guests of Mrs. Rh'oda Mhoon were Mr. and Mrs. Virg Cosby, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Broyles, and Mrs. Billy Armstrong, all of Fayettevllle. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Johnson and Miii Crystal Boyd wtrt fueiU of Mr. and 1 Mrs. Jim . Johnion of Bound Mountain Sunday, Mrs. Lillit Moorman of Pea Ridge spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. George Tunstill. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Bloyd have left for Corcoran, Calif., where they pian to.make their home. Mrs. Patsy Mhoon of Springdale was the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hlmme Mhoon. Bentonville . Jim Harris, social security representative from Fort Smith will b in Benton County in April, May and June to interview persons who are 65 and are eligible for social security benefits. His schedule i«' as follows: -County Courthouse a' 10 a. m. on April 3, May 15 and Juf.e 12 : Rogers City Hall, at 2 p. m. on April 14 and 18; May 12 and 26, and June 9 and 23. Post Office in Siloam Springs at 10-a. m. on April 2, 12, and 30; May 14 and 28; and June 11 and 25. Benton County Health Nurse Miss Octavia Lowrcy will hold an immunization clinic at the Avoca school April 1 at 1:30 p. in. Shots for whooping cough, t-iphthcria, and.tetar.u? will be given to children. Typhoid shots will be given to adults. No'charge is mf.de for the shots.. . · Mr. and Mrs -Floyd Kirby of Ccnlerton announce the birth of a daughter, Debra Jean, March 19. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Galbraith of For Reservations And T/cktfs AIR -- STEAMSHIP -- RAIL HOTELS -- TRAVEL AND LUGGAGE INSURANCE AMERICAN TRAVELERS CHEQUES No Service Charft «, Cw*iKM Ton KRUGER TRAVEL BUREAU 7M Main MMM 5-7171 LITTLI HOCK, AMKANUt Gtf vatta anneUict Uw Wrtk of a son born March 14. Mr. and Mri. 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