Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 28, 1952 · Page 3
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March 28, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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MMTHWKT MKANSAS TMHS. «|«M»H». Mtmmrn. Improved Warning Syslem To Inform PuWk Of Coming Tornadoes Is Undor Discussion , '·- WathWion - (ff) -. An improved? warning' ajrsUra the government hopes may make "sneak attacks" by tornadoes and other storms a thing of the past is being worked e«t in Oklahoma. The Weather Bureau and Air Force Weather Service announced jointly today their representatives are meeting at Tinker Air Force base -.to improve , ways, of letting the:public know:of such disturbances well in advance. Dr/F. W. Reichelderfer, chief of the U. S. Weather Bureau, and Col. .Thomas S. Moorman, Jr., acting chief of the^Air Weather Sery r ice, said cooperation between the two'services has existed for years, but indicated it may be closer in the.future. '. .. 77.:': ·.;;.· Not only that, but the actual techniques of spotting and predicting storms are being studied for improvements. . . Interest in 'the .'meeting was stimulated by the tornadoes which devastated areas of the South last weekend, killing more than 200 persons. At .the time, the U. S. Weather Bureau said it did a pretty good job of forecasting. Over an hour before the first blow struck in Arkansas,, the bureau issued a warning forecasting "a few isolated tornadoes" in Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas. It also predicted thunderstorms. , A second report a few hours later extended the area to include portions of Tennessee, Kentucky and Indiana. The twisters hit worst in Arkansas. The Weather Bureau has its research center at Kansas City, the AWS at Tinker Air Force Base at Oklahoma City. "The closest coordination exists between these two agencies," it was said, with both swapping information "in all cases where reasonable suspicion exists" that tornado or other storm may be brewing. Through an agreement reached years ago, the Weather Bureau then issues the warnings to the public, the AWS notifies military Plumbing Dealers To Moot At Hotel Tonight A home modernization and im provement program to make tb bathroom and kitchen the riewe things in the house was to be dis cussed here tonight at a meetin of retail plumbing .dealers spon sored by Crane Company, to bi held at the Washington Hotel Be ginning at 7 o'clock. James L Smith; Jr., of the Service Suppl Company, announced the sessioi and said the new program wi offer practical and architectural! correct bathroom and: kitche plans, room designs, and remodel ing ideas, with · the aim of en hancing the value and salability o new and remodeled homes. Th ideas will be available to reta plumbing dealers, - architects an home owners in this area.' A pre view of a motion' picture illus trating how these two rooms ca be remodeled to suit particula family needs will be shown. Service Supply To Hold Formal Opening The formal opening of the Service Supply Company, 2 North University Street, will hi held tomorrow with an open house. The public is invited -to visit the company's, showroom for a display of kitchen and bathroom fixtures. . . ' . · James L. Smith of Fayetteyille is president of the firm, which handles wholesale heating, plumbing and industrial equipment. installations. "All meteorological data" collected by any agencies are moved over a national network and through a joint Weather Bureau Air Force and Central located D. C. Naval National in Washington, Five Mine Workers In Pennsylvania Drown Pottsville, Fa.-W-Five mine , workers, about ready -to quit for the day, drowned last night after * dynamite explosion filled the bottom of a small independent coal shaft with water.- Two survivors of a seven-man party were walking from a tunnel 438 feet below the surface of the earth when their companions set off the blast. The two told mine inspectors the walls collapsed and waters rushed in from a nearby abandoned nine. Mrs. Lee Thompson, left Friday morning for Muskogee to attend funeral services for her brother Gaines Brown. She home Friday night. will return tu: Not white, not wneat, not rye, but a flavor blend of aM three-Junge's Roman Meal Bread. 11-U-tf BuutIful Colon. Aik r,r CXKIb. CLARK VENETIAN BLIND AWNING CO. U Wimam ML mi After I p. m. lydeRecord The Rev. Hugo Culpepper, a re- .jrned missionary to Chile, will be guest speaker at the First Baptis Church Sunday morning. The Berry Street Women's Missionary Society met Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Lawrence Laymon opened the meeting with prayer and Mrs. Marvin Plumlee had the devotional. After the group was dismissed by prayer led by Mrs. Clyde Howerton a visitation program was held. Jack Locklin, who has been a patient at the County Hospital for the past month, was returned to the horn* of his son, Bob Locklin, on Meadow Street recently 'in a Callison-Sisco ambulance. The Rev. and Mrs. Arthur L. Hart of Bentonville were dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W, A. Hardister' and son, Eddie, on Theodore Drive Wednesday night. Their daughter, Lillian Hart, has gone to New Orleans on the Bentonville High School senior trip. Mrs. Richard Harris entertained with a birthday party in honor of her son, Dicky, five years old, at their home on West Emma Avenue Wednesday afternoon. Comic books were given as favors. After the honoree had opened gifts, refreshments were served to the following: Max Ryan, Robert Harms, Rodney Fanning, Jimmie Harner, Daid .Walters, Steve Walters, Monty Tr'ipp, Gary Morris, Tommy Moreland, Jimmy Moreland, Linda Harris, Randy Smith, Johnny Ingrum, Chuch Burgess, and Kenn peaver, and the honore Dickie. Mothers attending were: Mrs. Myrl Fanning, Mrs. Espen Walters, Mrs. Garland Tripp, Mrs. John Moreland and Msr. Ethel Webb and Mrs. Clifford Samuel who assisted Mrs. Harris. Mrs., John Moreland took pictures of the group. The Future Farmers of America were hosts Wednesday night to the fathers of the agriculture students at their annual father-son banquet at 7:30 o'clock in the cafeteria. Frank Johnson, assistant professor of agriculture a t . the University, gave the address. Ed Berry was toastmaster. Lawrence Donald Berner talked on Beneficial Qualities of P.F.A." Joe Reed made the welcoming address with Bill Eicher giving the response. Margaret Johnson and the boys quartet, and Dick Sanders band furnished the music for the banquet. The Intermediate department of the First Baptist Church Sunday School and Training Union had a skating party Tuesday night: at the rink on North Thompson THE WISCONSIN LOADS UP WITH WOUNDED AND MAIL .THIS UNUSUAl rendezvous at wa »nowi mi Dig DalUeilup Wisconsin taxing on wounded Marine! from the (heavy cruiser SL Paul (right) arid · load of mall for crew from destroyer Buck (left), l/nttrnaltonall Street. Sixty-five in this'depart- ment attended, .along with teachers and superintendents of the department. ' Mrs. Lawrence Layman enter lined the, Intermediate Girl Auxiliary of the Berry Stree iaptist Church with a,chili.sup er Wednesday:--evening. Afte: upper Mrs". Layman.discussed the missionary book "I Too Can Be A Missionary." There were nine girli present.' Mrs/ Joe Holt one of the ifficers of.the W.M.U. was pres- mt.' ·' ' · . - · " · ; · .·=.··,:. · Mrs, Johnnie M c C1 u r e Jpringdaie was reelected presi- lent of the Women's Society o Christian Service Wednesday for he North Arkansas conference o he Methodist Church at the an- lual convention held in Little Members of the MYF of the 'irst Methodist Church in Spring- ale recently completed a com- arative study of the various re- gious faiths represented in the ity. The First Baptist Church wa epresented by the Rev. Ear herry; the Lutheran,' by the Hev William Ludwig; the Presbyterian y the Rev. Douglas Brewer; the irst Christian by the Rev. I. J. derrick, the Church of Christ by he Rev. John Stevens; the Church f the Nazarene by the Rev. Paul Yatson; and the Catholic by the ev. Father · Thomas Kenneday ol \mtitown. Jim Cheyne explained he work of-the Salvation Army he Rev. H. M. Lewis, pastor o! he First Methodist Church, was loderator.. A round 1 table.discus- ion was a part of each meeting. Mrs. O. · O. Green was elected resident of the Women Fellow- lip of the Christian Church at he meeting Tuesday afternoon. »thcr officers elected were Mrs. 1. R. Wines, vice president; Mrs. . E. Umbaugh, secretary;. Mrs. lenn Parrott reelected treasurer. Irs. S. E. Williams the retiring resident has served the organiza- on as president for the past six ears. The new officers will hold i executive meeting and select worship chairman. The installa- on of officers will be held in une and the officers will assume ieir duties in July. Charles Day of Springdale was rdained to the ministry of the aptist denomination Sunday af- rnoon at the First Baptist hurch. The Rev. Stanley Jordan, astor of the church, was moder- or of the Examining Committee hich was composed of ordained inisters arid deacons of the Mis- onary. Baptist churches of this rea. Dr. Walter L. Johnson, pas- r of. the First Baptist Church in ayetteville, examined the can- date. The Rev. A .L . Leake, r ashington and Madison county isociational missionary, delivered ic prayer of dedication. The Rev. r. Morrison of Fayetteville pre- :nted a Bible from the First Bapst Church of Springdale to Mr. ay, who has accepted the pastor- e of the Hindsville Baptist lurch. BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH April 6-13 in SirmillMeow Revivib «31 Minion St. ROY REED, AND 3 fVU YIAKS JO MY! Yen, we're offering smsrtly- ·tyled, nturdilv-constructed Aimrieiin-SUndsrd plumbing fiituru «nd htnting «t)uip- nwnt on easy rxyment torau. Bithreom fiiturts, kltchtn sinks . , . heating units for home of tvery me. All ura (juillty American-fltandarsl producU... budget priced. * D U G G A N ' C Plumbing ^ and Supply Co. t lAST MOUNTAIN gHONI Sf Mayor Alvin Searnster has received a certificate of merit from the Arkansas Safety 'Council for having driven a car. for. 3? years without ' an accident. Searnster estimates that, he has driven 1,500,000 miles. ' . . J. Dicks'on Black, Jr., has bought the Nu-Art. photographic studio here from Mr. and Mrs. Rex Murdock. Black was formerly a partnc- ih. Roy's Photo Shop at Springdale, and is a graduate of the Seattle, Wash., School of Photography. Murdock plans to move to Wichita, Kan., and study for the ministry. The Chamber of Commerce has set April 22 as the date for its annual membership drive. Some 30 membership teams composed of two men each will contact prospective members. The band boosters minstrel show, which was presented at the high school auditorium here last week, will be presented in Decatur tonight. Proceeds go to help support the Bentonville band. Proceeds from the opening per 1 formance of the Twin Cities Drivc- In theater .will be donated to the building fund of the First Methodist Church. The Drive-In is scheduled to open April 1. Clayton Little has been named to fill out' the remaining three years on Fred Douglas' term at the District No. C school board meeting this week. In tendering his resignation Douglas said, he took the step because, "My doctor advised me to curtail my outside activities." Burks Dudley was reelected president of the board and Joe Knott was chosen secretary- treasurer. James Phelps and MurJIh Cawood, riewly-elected members, assumed their positions for five and one year terms respectively. Mrs. G. C. Tinnin was reappointed superintendent of schools by a unanimous, vote. Births at the Bates Memorial Hospital this week: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Galhraith announce the birth of a son born March 24. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lawson of Bentonville announce the birth of a son, Jerry Wayne, March 25. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Gocio, Jr., of Bentonville announce the birth of a son March 26. Fifty-nine members of the Bentonville High School senior class arc In New Orleans today on * five-day senior tour. The class financed the trip with money raised from activities since they were sophomores. The seniors had $1,450,66 In the till to pay' for transportation. Each class member going on the tour added $30 more to pay for lodging and food. Two chartered buses are driven by Jack Thurmftn of Rogers and Clyde Evans, formerly of Bentonville. These two Crown Coach Company drivers were winner and runner-up respectively in National Safety Council competition. ' Sponsors and chaperoncs accompanying the group are Mrs. W. B. Boyd, Mrs.- J. W. Carithers, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rakes, and James Boyd. The itinerary called for stops In Little Rock, Tallulah, La., vicksbure. Miss., Natchci, Miss., Baton Rouge, La., New Orleans; Gulfport, Btloxl, and Jackson, Miss. Thursday, Friday and Saturday were to be spent in New Orleans. They arc scheduled to return to Bentonville, Monday. Those making the trip: Marilyn Drake, Dcloris Sullivan, Joan Clanton Glynda Hutchcns, Oleta Ennes, Louise Clark, Jaxinc Sherman, Carol Gammon, Jean Lewallen, Margaret Norris, Betty Miller, Marjorle Mason, Beverly True, Mary Complon, Gcraldlnc Bliss, Hilda Buckley, Shirley Johnson, Molly Copeland, Jimmie Marie Phillips, Melva Cawood, Bonnie Wilson, Lillian Hart, Billlc Sue Gregory, Zelma Harris, Delorcs Smith, Barbara Colwcll, Bonnie Jo Smith, Bonnie Donavan, Zena Beth Von- neberg, John Paulus, Harold Roberts, Wylle Moore, 'Ralph Motley, Troy Almand, Jaces EllcbrCcht, Zahn Gore, Milton Head, Donnie Harris, Mclvin Simpson, Jimmie Cloe, .Jerry Weiscr,. Billy Boyd, Lynn Brown, Bobby Arthur, 'Mclvin James, . , . Archie Ryan, \ Jim Kumpe, Sam Rakes, Bob Armstrong, Richard Diz, Jim Grimes. Harold Beavcns, Carl Baggctt, Bert Cowlcy, Dan Dale, Jack Dearien, Robert Whitcomb, Ray Thomas, Jerry Hitter, Jim Cavness, Dllbert.. Dotso'n, Wayne Roughton, Thomas Murphy, and Billy Ruth. Window School was dismissed Wednesday at. noon for the remainder of the week to enable teachers ,o nttenu teachers meeting In 'Jttle Rock. J. R. Page Is a patient. In St. Rdwards Infirmary at Fort Smith, where he underwent surgery Tuesday morning. Mrs. H. C. Shipley moved to Mountain! _rg last week · where she will operate a cafe. Her sons, Jlmmlc and Johnnie Lee, will fin- ish the school term her* before Joining her, " Lions Club will have their regular business meeting Thursday at .the Methodist Church. A lucsh will precede the business session and election of officers. Mrs. Ell Caudle was hostess '.o her club Monday at her home, with an all-day quilting. A covered dish .dinner wax served at noon, nnd a business session took place In the afternoon. Boy Rescued From Pipe By The "Thin Mm" New York-(/P)-It was no pipe dream. It was a nightmare for 15- year-old Richard Nash of the Bronx. .The boy, playing cops and robbers with chums yesterday near the Bronx River Parkway, crawled into a 15-inch wide, 18- foot long sewer pipe. Part-way through, he got stuck. Husky police couldn't get him out. Richard used up the oxygen at the end of the pipe and became unconscious. Then the "thin man" entered the picture--and the pipe. He was Le Roy Rllcy, 28, Negro construction · worker. The thln- waistcd Rllcy wriggled into the pipe and grabbed the boy by !hc ankles. . Police grabbed Rilcy'a ankles and pulled both to safety. Rhinoceroses' have a vegetarian diet and arc active mostly at night. M o s t single-celled animals breathe by absorbing oxygen through the surface of t h e i r bodies. Sites *£· · "-' .. , . . . . Hires Show Decto " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' St. Louis-OT-D«p«£tnt itori sales last week 'dropped 20 per cent In Little Rock and 10 per cent In the Eighth .Federal Reserve District as a whole, compared to 1951 figures. 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