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rAMAMAS'TIMB, tayelieirNe, ArliwMei. MtMtay, March It, 1M1 Jackpot Question, Others Arise (to · Mckpet ' him. * jnwr-- bul-ln Top otticlili were ulcinfc today' itWmih try to lumt'.a.iuc- · · ' · Sopator Ruswll of .Georgia, ·JJMriaifatlc prtildentlil candidate JSd Kichard j; N«!«on. aide to'Gov .;*Uai Stevenaon of Illinois, who li rtpertM to, be- 1 TrunKn'i choice Jir the nomination,, nid "No" oil ;· television prcfeprn^Mterday. ; · a iUccejior, but will lake " ...Jj'Hritenrt In! the _»e!«ctlon. ; Ihanphrey predicted « wide-open .·JF:nvenUi*.ih-July. Truman will interest him- t to th« extent of n 'm«klng jure - "- - Duties are carried on." 1 Stayetupn,'. the; man ·i»it'efl«« imntloned as Triimah's ,jft»iee to tutceed him, iniisted he · running w govsrnor of Illinois, t would not §*y he would refuse |iptmoerttjc prwidential norn- ir Mumphrey :»aid,.he b«- " Sievenaon 'would not. seek » BOmini'tion, but would hot i It 'aowp"it- It were offered to I Cnuant I E. St«8«h, » candidate Ul Wtflrftg "(uttufil Offenstve" To Fight " Russian Propt«andi r Offklal Says By EDWARD E. BOM At Washington - (IP) - The United States is waging a wprldwlde cultural offensive to counter a flood of "cheap" Soviet propaganda, Awlstaht Secretary of State Jlow- p»»t week- ^ With .", billet, the American Committee for' Cultural froodom. Sargeant »ald Russia Is sending painlingn and Art objects to India which represent "not Russian cul- : ·-.-£* the GOP/ norhlnatlon;, Mid the pimoerati will be'imore difficult t .^btat Without Truman «« their I "^ppli**l«;'-.'" '· ··· ·-':'·-·· ' ·'·'··-.· ' ' ·:\seiB; !toMri.A:'T*i!t ; o~f Ohio; an- · *M th« Democnti pick will' be : 'J^*4r":thtri'.TrUBwh ·Jiimself." - *IU aaM they may have to turn t to Trumin, Implying a draft, i earlier .had "Id he would .run alainit Truman than in* ,«fe, Truman had iald the r-»'*Ora'jt.- ;v ; · .Chairman Guy G. Gabrlelson of |Ka lUpublican National Commit- jti t4M Truman '.'obviously has th* vole* of the people:" fltottor Bridies of New Hamp- 'Smite minority leader, Truman'i decision an "In- ketior the pretldent feels the ·(·« for a Democratic victory fill are mlfhty illm." ' ttrl Warren of California, Or ndmlnee candidate, a4d he could undwitand i'i declilon, , and wlthed ' predicted _ _ j-wbifld touch off iw Wd» tor the Dtmocratlc nom- iwOifllcially entered are Sen. Kotaurer of Tennnaee, Sen. rd Hu»t!l of Georgia ano ; i»,.Il»»frt S. Kerr of Okl.homi, |:»anator Monroney , (D-Okla) . US theae candidates may dead- at toe coh»*nUori, In which a poMlble corn* :g Truman't dwiilon placed Vice it -Albtn Berkley and I Court Jtutlce William O, » in the realm of possible ..cMMMditw.sJtarkley promiwd a iitattmarit.later thUweek. Doiiglaa '«jd in January he would not run. a .Sovjetized. perversion He jald'ttie : iuspic'ion that Japan i the object bf another campaign was 'proved last month when it vas learned thai Russia had placed orders for 40,000 Japanese matrices used In cpting Japanese- nnguagc,'printing type. A surVey'.IHIs ;mbnlh amon bonk dialers,-.:'he. lidded,- showe hat Soviet-published;, books prlnl d In Japanese are flooding, (h larkel at one-third ,the']ltprlc'e "We need to .send abroad" thi ery 'best that we. have .In litera- urc, in art, Jn music, in.Ihe danci and in the'drama, not oh|y-tha we may boast'of its excellence bu in order-thai we. may. show.'a: clearly as we can.the fullness and Intensity with which we share common human culture heritage,' Sai'Eeant said. He gave otncr examples of how this country is attempting lo share ils culture with the" world: "We are working .with Ihe American Committee for Cultural Freedom to arrange appearance of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the New - York City Ballet and aten four engine ptrol bombers equipped with' electronic devices for the detection of submarines. In all kinds of weather day and night' members of this squadron train In methods of search, reconnaissance and anti-submarine patrol. · " ' · ' : - GUiwU. Sunday In, the home o ' : ' ' - ; cheers came.i.; m . n polrii?l«n«: odds wltji i,'|ir«iildeht.oyer his civil rights tt«m, The djeyeloprner.t added te the fire ofjSena tor,Russell's - '!.ppv. Herman falmadge of Georgia §ald it would It would Ifctnetit RuueH'a campaign. Goy. ':4»met T. Byrnes : of South Caro- J^* ignored Truman's anhbunce- ftitiit but gave H«w endowment to ^JKiitfl. Coy,' Hugh; White cf HtaOaaipp! li'id he was "pleased" _jjith the decliion and said Russell to be a strong contend- · · ' · ' ' Hi Plans Flight Jit Airplane . si-Lei' ; Anj|el*«-W)VJtmes .V/, .Mon- t»t;»; ;Wm't lit his a«e"interfere .^Hh-Kti tmWtion to keep up with ;'«vJ«tt«i:;pr*iress. So on April ·Itool'l Itay he gets a ride jn a jet .flfhUr plane. - ^,li»nt«e, the nation's'oldest plloti .S**"Wi»* Jill own light plane, lljrtcfivod. permission to go on ·*T* flifht and he's already passed : U* phyalcal examination. : :"-.jloi white, not wheat, not rye, a flavor blend of all three-an Meal Bread. 11-H-tf Virgil Thomson's opera, 'Four Saints in Three Acts,' al Ihe Paris festival this spring. .. "Not only will these American cultural achievements be seen by Parisian audiences but arrangements have recently been made for the New York City Ballet lo appear in six other European countries, participating In festivals in Switzerland, Amsterdam, Florence and Edinburgh, . , · :"Likewise the^Boslon Symphony .!!'·'tour. 1 other European cities. Plans'are also under Way between the Stale Department and the American National Theater and Academy to send the company, to play Oerahwln's opera, 'Porgy and Bess 1 In Great Britain this fall and to tour the Continent early in 1953." Springdale Mrs. J. W. Workman gave a report Sunday night of the Women's Society of Chriitlan Service con- ferine* in Little Rock last week. MIT Lillian EHzey. Mrs, Jeff Browri, Mrs. Ed Thlgpen, Mrs, Mary Stone, and Mrs, Lillian Holt also attended. , . - · The First Christian Church of Sprirtldale was Ihe host · church to the Fifth Sunday convention of Washington C o u n t y Christian Churches. The meeting began with a cooperative luncheon. The therao of theprograrn presented, In the afternoon- was' !'Eyangelism." Mrs. Pink Vanhoose of Baldwin, prcsl- denl,;of.thc convention, was ; In charge of the meeting. The" juniors of the host church and their teacher,' Mrs. I. J, Kerrick, · gave 'a demonstration of the work Ihcy are, d o i n g ' I n ; their church. The Rev. I. J, Kerrick was one of the speakers for Ihe afternoon. The Pheblah Sunday School Class of Ihe First Baptist Church met Thursday night at .the home of Mrs. S.':P. Stubbs. on West Hunlsville Street. Refreshments were served by the hostess,, assisted by Mrs. John Tennison and Mrs..Fred Abbott. ' The children's story, hour held at the Sprinldale Public Library was resumed Saturday. morning under .the direction of Mrs. Albert Hough. Films were 'shown in connection with the story telling program. The program had been discontinued for the past tew- weeks because of.the flu epidemic. Eugene D. Hart, Aviation clec- trlcians't! male Ihird, class, is serving as a member of a detach: ment of Composite Squadron U at Ihe.U. S. Naval Auxiliary Air Slallon at Miramar, Calif. This detachment n Vi' squadron oper- f . and ·on, Eddie, of Theodore Drive, were Mr, and Mrs, Kenneth Bland and daughter, Becky, of Rogers. Several people from Springdale attended the Bcnton County Fifth Sunday singing convention held at the Pcntacoslal Church In SI- lo'am Springs. Bill Douthit is president -of the convention and Mrs. A. R. Jenks is secretary for the group, · .: The junior class of the Spring' dale High School will present the Ihrce-act comedy, "Seventeen Is T;Crriflc," Friday night, April 4, at ' . school -auditorium. . Scott Moore, sponsor of the junior class,- .is directing .the play. The cast. of 12 'is composed of Paul Shaffer, Jlmrnlc Brooks, Florence Neltierlohl Nova "Jean- 'Florl, Gaye Warren, : BUrle'he Floyd, Jean Gough; Louie Hcerwageri,' Meiren Mathls, Collenc Gay Ed Walker, and Bcrnadlne · Strickland. Th6 g roduction staff includes Faith vans, and Jimmy Hadcn, script students; Bill Ingrum, stage manager; Orch Paris, business manager; Bill Nelson', effective light- Ing; Ronald McQueen, props, and Marjorle Stecle and Laurene'Ar- baugh, make-up. Mrs. J. R Loftls of Pocahontas a guest of her snn-ln-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Courtney Northwest Arkansas Extends To Disaster Area Dick Gordon, director of. Red Cross disaster emergency relief and rehabilitation operations in the Arkansas tornado disaster area, is shown receiving checks, representing'funds contributed by " .- . L c f£ j 0 rjgh^. j n the re Miss Ella Gimme- rdon; Paul Lewis of FayetteviUe;- J: M. Reis, Springdale; and E. R. · Ritt«~.'Spririgdale. the money --almost 88,000 -was contributed in campaigns conducted by Fay- etleville Radio Station KGRH and Springdale Radio ^Station KB.RS.. - , Tackeff Promises "No" Vote On Foreign Aid Bill ^rouch and children, Corky and Mike, of Springdale. Attorneys and ' opticians of Springdale will be closed Saturday aflernoons urilll furlhcr no- Ice, It was announced by Irving Kills, Mrs, Ward Taylor of Johnson .ti'cct was taken to the County lospltal Friday night in a Calli- on-Slsco ambulance. She will re- 'civ6 medical treatment. Ned Downun was returned to ils home near Lowell Salurday nornlng from 'the City Hospital a Callison-Slsco ambulance, The -Hev. Hugo Cullpepper, a eturned missionary from Chili, vas ,lhe · guest speaker at the morning -worship service held at the First Baptist Church.. Mr. Cullpepper spent several months in a prison camp In the Philippines during World War II, returned to the states and spent two years recuperating and has spent the past four years in Chili. He and Mrs. Cullpepper will return to Argentina at the end of their furlough. Dr. William Ted Martin has been asked by the Mathematical Association lo represent lhal body at the.formal Inauguration ceremonies of Dr. Lewis Webster Jones when he becomes president 1 of Bulger College May a. Dr. Martin Is ihe so nof Mrs. J. E. Martin Is the son of Mrs. J. E man of the department of. mathematics at Massachusetts Institule of Tehcnology and is now on leave doing research at Princeton University. Mrs. Leslie Buchanan of'Maple Drive attended the teachers meet- Ing In Little Rock last week and then went lo Prescott to spend the weekend."She returned home SUnday-night; . . . Dr.' Douglas Magors, executive secretary of the ' Presbyterian Synod of Oklahoma, was the speaker Sunday afternoon at the meeting of the Ozark Larger Parish at Cane Hill. A cooperative lunch '- was served at the noon hour. Services were conducted earlier in Springdale so that the members could attend this meeting. · ^_ J.317,129 Can Built Detroii-(P)-The nalion's aulo companies built 5,337,720 pnssen- [er automobiles last year and sole 5,080,903 of them. W a s h i n g t i n-(/P)-Rep. Boyd Tackett, who seeks the Democratic nomination for governor of Arkansas, told the House he'll interrupt his campaign in order to come back and vote against the ·seven billion dollar foreign aid bill. ' Chiding the House for rejecting a proposal to allow$870,000 addi .ional for administration of the Indian Affairs' BUreau, Tackett said he has 2 conservative record voting for money bills, but 'if I were you folks who voted a while ago on thai amendmenl lo keep from givinc a few more crumbs lo Ihose Indians, I.believe I would crawl under my seal." Before long, he said, Ihe seven billion dollar foreign aid bill will be before the House. "I am just wondering how many of you folks who are voting today to take a little aid from the people of this counlry are going to vole to give Ihe foreigners seven billion dollars; or are you going lo knock a few crumbs off the bill in an cfforl lo prclend lhal you are conservalive and give Ihe. balance lo all who can prove non-citizenship? "I.can tell you right now, regardless of where I am on that occasion, I will be hack in Washington to vole 'no' on lhal piece of leglslalion." Hindsville Mr. rinJ Mrs. Hurl Carter of West Fork werp recent guests of Mrs. Cirtei's sister, Mrs. Stella 0, M.isnn. Mrs. W. 0. Bcddlngficld Is reri- ously ill \vlth pne'Jinon'a. She is a ration: In the City Hospital at FoyctlevlJIc. Her daughlB!-, Mrs. Cecil Mc^icce, and son. Jimmy, n f . Ci'ntoii are here. Mrs. Bcd- ilinif'.icld has been an invalirt for .-even! ; nimcj's are Ui--y. the lhc^r JSP v/armid iijj ,'pd the round is dry enoujh to work. Strawberries arc blooming and a good crop is expected. No great damage was done to other fruit by the recent cold spell. Keep up with the time*---read (he TIMES dally. French Claim Victory Over Indochina Reds Saigon, Indochina .-W)- T h e French Army claims 273 Vietminh trpops were killed and 105 . cap- tured''in a four-day drive to rout five battalions of Cor.imunist rebels from delta rice-lands southeast of Hanoi. "he Red concentrations were described as the core oi rebel forces trying to gain a foothold v/ithin French-held territory. The Army said it cleared 125 square miles of rich territory. ' . Columbia U. Wants No Communists On Staff New York-(/P)-Columbia Uni verslty, with ?,300 teachers on it staff, wants no avowed Commu nists on its faculty. The school's trustees, replying li questionnaire from the university's student newspaper, "Th Columbia Daily Spectator," said hey would "not countenance the presence of an avowed Communist" on the teaching staff. Winner* To Chicago Hogers-(Specia!)-County Agen Herbert Russell has announced hat winners of the "greener pas .ures" contest, sponsored by thi Extension Service and Radio Sta .ion KVOO of Tulsa, will receiw ' r e e trips to the Internationa livestock Show at Chicago. Fifteen .vinncrs will be declared in thi Arkansas-Oklahoma-Kansas -Missour! area. Racketeers Pay Up Chicago-W)-Nearly 11 million dollars in back income taxes has been collected from racketeers in the Chicago area since July 1, internal revenue agents disclosed. . held from lke» MriX the three yean.-- : . - · ..!.. past AlNWHKt WlnMfS Winner! of Cardinal Food Stores prizes have.' been announced as follows: TV aet--Harrison G a b b a r d , Route 3. Fayetteville. Cocker Spaniel puppy--Addie Hodge. $15 c o u p o n s -- H a r r i e t t Ann Dowell, Mrs.' C. A. Reimheimer. Rosle Slaughter, Martin Martin, Mrs. Belcher. . Coffee makers--Mrs. Joe Bassett. Jay B. Wages, Billy Rose McDaris, Sharon Kay Saxson, John M: Glass, Ben Belcher, Lavonne Lankford. Daisy Beiley, Mrs. B. R Arthur, Robert Moulder, Dorothy Overbey, Pleas Moody.--Adv. Woman Flier Quits, Charges Socialism Washinglon-(P)-The firsl Amer- can .woman flier to win a ; f e d - ral pilot's license has quit her overnment job because ' she says le Truman adminislralb:) is sb- lalizing civil aviation. Phoebe F. ..Omlie resigned as. jecial assistanl lo Ihe Office of \vialion Development of the Civil eronautics Administration during le weekend. 'alters Sue Waldorf New York-G*P)-Some. Waldorf storia waiters have started . a tree million dollar suit against ie hotel for tips allegedly with- Panda Ooei Fi.hlnfl! World News PLAN TO BUILD ·M Our Material. Cet Out Prices. Try Our Serrfee. DYKE LUMBER CO. *0t Si. ChulM AOertlu !· TIMES-- It '7 GALLON Vanilla Ice Cream 64c Holland Brot. locker Plant Wednesday-Thursday 2 DAYS ONLY. of the Greatest Bible Stories Ever Filmed Picture That You Will Remember Forever WHO FIXES RADIOS? 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