Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 2, 1952 · Page 10
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April 2, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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1M3 When He Entered White House Part In Business Management AUOWSMTTH . 'S; Tru- llkely to "be more f i x e d finnndall) , leaves the. White House Hwa bt'was when he entered It -TTh«rt. to no; information "avail. ·Mt-C41 how much of his pay the ' " nl has been able to salt 1 liny,but. tome. of hit associates MUaVe it's:enough to keep the · wett'from coming anywhere, near the-Truman doorstep. " : 11r president,, who announced palurday night he wouldn't accept Domination for another term, has tiMst" drawinit a $100,000-a-year leJary aince January, 1949--plus nual 150,000 tax-free aliow- he took office April 12, toe .presidential pay .wan i a year, all : of ii. taxable. 1M7, when he had been pres- tw.o yean, it was estimated Se Would have only' about ., left of-his 175,000 salary aflt* payment of taxes and ex- t$jlti,tot 12 months. i.'SCthft time there were pre- 'that instead of having when he stepped out of the White House he probably would be faced with rather heavy personal debt. .'". The big pay Increase In I94» itemi in have reverted 'that situation.- Helping, too, were the more than three years the Truman* liyed at. Blair House--from November, 1948, until last week- while the White.House wa» being remodeled. · Le*a Exvesues Expense* were much less at the temporary living quarters across Pennsylvania Avenue..Less domestic help was required and there was a bigsaving on entertainment. With more pay and a reduction In expense:, the president had a chance to save for that rainy day, Truman is a . f r u f a l man with simple, taste* and can be expected to live modestly when he returns to private life, There is no federal pension for ex-preiidents, and congressional official! say he isn't eligible for pension based on the 10 years was a senator. The pension plan for formed Members of Con- iress went Into effect after he was n the White House, and It had no retroactive feature. Boys Club Growth in Participation ' · · · ' ' ' . '· · . -.:-,.." .: ..'.::" ;':'' r *···'. /··i»Tr, ·······, ··.. Br ALLAN GILBERT, JR, 7- The graph that accompanies this article Is designed to chow the steady 'growth In participation In the Fayettevllle Boys Club since its reactivation .last June, and the relation of the participation to the cost of the program. The graph indicates that there Is a need the club can fill In this community. The number of boys] that have gone to the club for recreation proves this. And .there Is a companion need for the moral and financial support-of the organization by ihe community: The cost of the program proves that. A. D. McAllister, Jr., president of the club, points out that the money being spent on the current program Is far below the prescribed minimum, but he contends that whether the amount, spent Is above or below the standard it Is money well spent if it can keep the youths of this city out of luvenlle court. · The expenses of the club, as it i now'Operated, include the fql- owlng items (exclusive of build-' ng funds): a paid director, Bob -flgsden; 'a paid assistant, Bill lunnelle; equipment for games, raining supplies and uniforms; and transportation. All items arc LAST TIMES WtD. 1 ACADIMY AWARD WINNIRS "A STRItTCAR NAMID DIflRI" Vivim HIGH · fttarlMi MANDO NEK WHO WVEO THE HIGH. Tfrfltt COTOY... ind Ihe WMMD Who Followed Them! NEWS A COLOR A LOUIS AftCAftAO EVENTS V CARTOON* · ORCHESTRA NOW UARK 7 f c i p m Romano and Sang -- from Hit Rivitro to a Palm Springs Paradise! N.wi · Btltcitd Shorts PALACE BOW SHOWING PRIMITIVE! PASSIONATE! Nothing Ilk* I* ·v.r b»fortl "BRIDE OF THE GORILLA" Chanty ~7 rro . . . , . The above graph shows how f membership of the Fayettev'ilie Boys Club ihas- shown a steady growth since its reactivation last June. The lower line shows the number of boys participating'and the top line shows the cost of the program. The high point in the program marks the extra expenses needed In moving into the Assembly of God White Chapel Church building. kept to a minimum by contributions from interested citizens.. And the cost is actually, very low--Rmountinfi to about .03 of a cent per hour of participation per boy. A breakdown of the activities offered by the Boys Club since Ust June, and. the number of boys participating In each, shows the following: . . . . Baseball (three ags groups), 75; tennis, 40; badminton, 60; Softball, 35; spcedball, 45; swimming instruction and water games; 45; individual achievements contests, 70; boxing, 50; basketball, BO; ping pong, 150; football, 50; volleyball, 40; quiet games, 80; .and individual guirdahcc was furnished for all members of the club. Club Director Logsden lists the following activities as planned for the coming year, in addition to those that have already been organized: midget baseball, midget football, midget basketball (all for boys 12 years of age and under), crafts, camping, golf, soccer, rugby, corkball, young men's Softball, snuffleboard, horseshoes, aquatics, model planes, radio. · rfov can'f Jnvosf in anything Ifefpctnt Electric Range SIZIS FOR ALL HOMISf I HotpolBt Food Frecxen ut «l» I available in 8,13 and 23 en. ft. iim. up to 399 H*. of food! tayMrx FTMXM food* re · TWi lHi HpitUx Hotpoint "1 1 » hu room for Imthel, ·" '"·»·· foodi, jr« lakes no more Door ipacc than ordinary fj"f" You *" ^ · conol »y '«» In aiiti -iMMd KM! cabinet, with current -wviftg -'-*- -iHt rtfrijtratioc. iM «I1 in practical, fMturo-iata Invni in WerU'iEnltilWeytaCoekl · limply iMrii a button-ill own colored light «howi you imitntly »hich cooking speed you ire lisingl No othtr »-ay of cooking is so clean, 10 cod, so fan, ind 10 ·mtfl Features include 3 storage drawtrs, world's fastest charcoil. like broiler, new no-flare Fou- Lile for range top, deep-well Thrift Cooker with raiublc unit, automatic oren control, and msny others. Come in soon ind let us (irt you a detnonitniiion! Co/rod* UMf ·.*»M4 ·utam.llc tarn, ''"··*'. · lvii-ara«f, ., oxi brews'* nipt o( nun It 6 mlaam.' Amhsr (mi Heifmlni tonm! · I t'w'ri' 1 . «?','.. : - J TT"^ a»...'','.v M^flM ··f^eBm lotic Appliance Co. PHONI US 10 WOTPOtMT F0f THI riNIIT-MMTI ig.'. ' · ' · · · ; . . · · . · · ; ' · · . · · . · · · VisH Our Store Thursday Afternoon for Pomona Grange Meeting Held | At Apple Spur The Benton County Pomona Grange met Monday in the Apple Spur community building, with Master Kenneth Jones presiding. Three candidates, given the obligation by Past Pomona Master, Carroll P. Kemp, were Mrs. Mildred Greene, and Miss Peggy Patterson of Twelve Corners Grange No. 807 and Mrs. Beulah Conway of Round Prairie Grange No. 820 Agriculture Comm'ittee Chair man Dan Jessup discussed a plan to appoint an assistant count; agent dairy specialist in Benton County. The Pomona secretary was instructed .to write the subordinate Granges In the Benton County jurisdiction and reques their opinions. State Master J. L. Moore received reports of the subordinate masters present. Twelve Corners Master Dele Doke reported the purchase of a fertilizer spreader for USB of the community, a pie supper held to finance the Grange Hall building fund, the visit of Shady Grove Grange No. 806 to present the Benton County Pomona Traveling Bible Exchange program, which 12 Corners will take to New Home Grange No. 816 on April 18. The third anniversary of this Grange will be celebrated April 11 with an open meeting. Mrs.' Chloa Sumncr reported for Flint Crock, stating nine new members had boen accepted, and Ray Epperson was elected master, Mrs. Carry Mac Chastain, lecturer, and Mrs. Arlene Sitton, steward. Master Jim May of Oak Hill CHICK SPECIAL leach HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Broiler Hatchery p. o. ·»« in «· Titortww lilt *aytt.»lll, Arkamai Grange No. 809 reported four new members accepted, community service projects continuing and the celebration of their third anniversary.- Dan 'Jessup reported Bayless Grange No. 810 took the Traveling Bible program to Shady Grove March 20, and held an open meeting on March 21 with Carl Cosand of the PMA as speaker. Deputy State Master reported for Hickory Creek Grange No. 821 and Zion Oak Grange No. 826. Announcement was made of two new Granges added to the Benton County Pomona group--Centerton Grange No. 835 and Oak Grove Grange No. 834.. Round Prairie Master Wayne Lawrence reported on its birthday celebration, and community service projects. Lecturer Mary May announced all essays on the soil conservation essay contest would be processed through the Pomona Granges Prizes will be awarded in the county. Twelve Corners Jiecturer Ethel Geescka presented, a, pip- gram for the Lecturer's Hour, GOP Officers At Prairie Grove Prairie ; : Grove-fSpeelali-Pralrie Grove Republicans met at the Ler gion Hut Monday night to 'name party officers and delegates to the Republican county convention scheduled for April 5 at Fayetteville. Herschel W. Clark was elected chairman of the township GOP organization. He will serve lor t\yo years. Others named were Ernest Gibney,' secretary-treasurer; and R. B. Cox, committeeman. Clark was also named delegate to the county convention, with/ Gene Vinson as alternate. "Appreciation Day" Programs Continued Little Rock -(/P)- Governor Mc- rtath was honored at another ''Ap- ireciation Day 1 ^ ceremony today. Veiner in Poinsett County held a 'McMath' Appreciation "Day" this afternoon. .McMath recently was lonored in a similar program,in Madison .County. Tonight, he will be guest at an- ithcr such program in'Pocahon- as. 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And It HADACOL ··f*ajbr* A CandMal* tittle' Hpck-W-State Auditor J. Otcar Humphrey of OeQueen filed for reelection yesterday. .He has served seven consecutive terms. Used by thousands in reducing 1 lle'j--Junge's Roman Meal bread. "-' "~ 11-18-tf UN ma* «··. WHO FIXES RADIOS? We've Been Serving Yoti 20 Yean SMITH RADIO SHOP Among tht records of the world's most tremendous hiitoricol events, and in all the greatest writings of all times, nothing even remotely approaches the awe inrpiring King of Kings; whose words and deeds have swayed humanity for almost two thousand years. PENULTS UNFORGETTABLE ** SCENES irk Lost Supper ·^-Crucifixion of Jesus! Before Pilate and the Blind Girl! ·^rBarrabas.... · ·' unshackled by the Romans many others that you will never forget! ...Admission... AduteSOf Children under 12 Free when accompanied by parents! Tonile and Thursday Sho-Time revjMMUt Come out early and be sure of your favorite parking place : Boxoffice opens at 6:30 p.m. * * * · * . 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