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«yiBt»m«, ArkwNM, FrM«y, April 4, IfSJ mmilllllHIimillllHIIHIHIIIIIIIIIIII Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . Kayettevill* Association o( Life Underwriters, Ferguson's, e Arkansas Pageant, Lcverett School, 7:30 Saturday . . . Family Night, Country (,'luh, 7 Coffee Honors Mothers, Leaders Of Girl Scouts Members of the Girl St'out Committee of FnyettoViUe -were hostesses lo leaders and mothers of girlr. In Scouting, yesterday irorn- ing st the Women's Civic Club- roonu. Coffee and douKhnuis were eervcd by the Council members. | officers were cledrrl |., serve- for Chapter K, P.E.O. Elects Officers For The Year Chapter K. P. K. 0., met at 7:301 o'clock Tliursday evening, at I h e j . . home of Mrs. Kd C'rll?. nn Goihen '· MfS. fioad. Mrs. Sam Yanccy wa.-. ss-'| sistant hostess. Mrs. Robert H u n l i n g l n n was In harge of the jirogram on "Canadian Playgrounds." The fo Chi Omega Club Compliments Mrs. Alexander Thr.C.'hi Omcsa Mothers C l u b ntir-rtalriH yefiterrifiy w i t h luncheon nt Ferguson's dining room, honoring Mrs. S. C, A!.*J:- ;«nHer, n i n t h r r at the chapter house for ihc past 11 year. 1 ;. Mrs. A l r x a n d f r . who is a c l u b memhrr, v.'jll resign fis house mother fit th« rinse n ' this j=rhool r.emcfiter, A c i f t from Ihe club pror.pnlrd by M r s. Fred Mac- C'heKney, VMS m.'piwrl by he.r. There ivrre 3! member* present t n r l u r t i n r t three? from SpnnK- rl.'ilf', Mr.-:, Ma-C.'ho.inpy, MIF. C, A. Ownhpy and Mr*. Denver. Officers wero elctleri as: Mrs. (',, A. Hiirsl. pnvnrlent; Mrs. C l i n t W n l - flrn, vice proriidrnt; Mrs. C. H. nt\vf. sftTclnry; Mrs. J. D. Kd- mi.'Unn, trCi'JMirer. fa fa, Cl Table decorations carried out the Girl Srout colors of yellov.' nnd graeJi, using snapdrasons nnd fcrr.. Follov'ing the coffee, a film, *'Troop Committee at Work," was shown by Mrs. Lynn Howard who al.«o conducted (he lenders meet" ing. The work of an active committee was dJscu«F»fl and suggestions made for improving the'pres- ent plan. Council hostesses were Mrs. James L. Smith, Jr., Mrs. Paul Petty and Mrs, W. C. Cross. Green Thumb Club Meets At Yell Home Ten members nnd one visitor, Miss Stella t^orrls, -met In the home of Mm. E. N. Yell Tuesday for the regular »ll.d«y meeting o'f. the Green Thumb Garden Club. The group tacked n comfort for the hostess «nd were served n covered dleh luncheon at noon. The «fternoon meeting opened with group singing, followed by the devotional given by Mrs. Opal Anderson and prayer hv Mrs. Ted Baker. Members answered roll call with 'what the club me«ns to me." A poem, "Song Sparrow," WBJ read by Mrs. Arthur Dyer. The girden club program was presented by Mrs. Donald We»v*r ·who reported on "Things To Do This Month;" Mrs. Ted Baker, ·'Wh«t'» New for ',12|" Mr«. Loulu Petyko, "The Eatlett Perennial to Grow. Recipient of the mystery package was Mr». Wenver, who will also be hostess to »n afternoon meeting of the cluh In May. Crawford Will Speak At Underwriters Meeting Weldon Crawford of Little Rock, president of the jtcte Association of Life Underwriters, will speak tonight «t .1 meeting of underwriters at ^ergcson'j, storting at 8 o'clock. He HI! -be accompanied to Fayettevjlle by *I L. Bailey, rhalnnnn of the *\r- l.snsas State Sales Congress to hi held in Little Rock, April a. Tile P e t u n i a Garden Club met w l l h Mrs. A. P. Stevens Wcdnes- Uy afternoon w i t h 17 members . h men el u ** ·',". "Hi.I I I'nn I l * l l l l I I II l l - M I l l f l n the .icnr 1052-53: Mrs. Yam-ry, | p rrao , u am | fnur visitors, Mrs. L. presldenl; Mrs. Van llowoll, vice I Cory, Mrs. H. C. Wagoner. Mrs. president; Mrs, .foe Pomllclon, rr-! I). L. lioslln and Miss Dollic cording (.ecrelary; Mrs. Kd C'rll?., corresponding secretary; M r s . James Smith, Jr., treasurer; .M Ins Knerr, c h a p l a i n ; Mrs. H Cnln, guard. Mildred Lee Chaofer To Elect Officers " d e ' l ° r Wants Name To Denote His Present Status Ventura, Calif. - (/Pi - Abraham j . Poezajuw, 36, Polish rftfugee who i a i upent five years in a German con- i rentration ramp, believes the freedom he has found in thin country to he so precious that he has asked the court to change his last name to Freeman. The petition, filed yesterday, slates t h a t "Freeman reflects the condition of freedom which the petitioner has enjoyed since mi- g r a t i n g to the United States." McGRATH OUSTED-- CONTINUED FROM PACK O M K million dollar deal in wartime surplus tankers. Mnrrl» To "Talk" Morris announced he would \ lell "(he people" how he planned i to clean up the government. He I Mid last night he would m a k e de- i t a i l s of his program public in a j speech next week before the N a - 1 llonal Tress Club here. "I found no interest in any department of the federal government or any real desire to follow Ihe president's order" t h a t government o f f i c i a l s en-operate in | Hie cleanup e f f o r t , Morris ;;id. j He reported he had not talked : 'I SHALL NOT BE A CANDIDATE' Hrnrk. President of the club, Mrs. ^ Block, presided d u r i n g Ihe husi- , I lies?; sr-ssion. Mr:;, A l v a H u s h was asked to read Ihe rules and ICKU- lalions of the club. M r s . - R u s h , as c h a i r m a n "f the nnmin.illng committee, also gave names of new officers for the coming year to he Installed at the next meeting. Mrs. Art Cooper read a poem on spring and Mrs. Holms read two poems on trees nnrl daffodils. Mrs Hob While gave a cllscusslc on "flowers of the Bible and bringing them into homes and gar-. dens of Ihe present." G u i n n gave reports of I hi- remit Mrs. Grace Johnson and Mrs board meeting at Little Rock, ' Emil Kniickstedt presented a display of spring flower arrangements ami Mrs. Block gave the slory of "how t h e apple blossom came to he the slate flower." Two new members were added to the club, They are Mrs. Cooper anc Mrn. K O. Helms. Refreshments were served b .Stevens, assisted by Mrs. George Miller, from a tea table covercr with an imported Chinese openwork cloth and centered with an antique Lithuanian cut-glass fruit compote. « j i . J - j j ' M L U I nt: H i m Iltll l i t l K P r i · ucfit A n*\rn,m t .1. w i t h the president nor hern i n 1 CtOSfUP of the note President Truman attachfrt to his speech vited to since his dismissal He left ! W l l i n h '" B n l d he vvould " ul be a candidate for re-clcclion. The note, word at the White House he ' ['resident's own handwriting. Is clipped In the notebook In which ' hers present. Mrs. W. G. Shamhlre and. Mrs. Personals Mrs. A. L. Leake, superintendent of W. M. U. of the Northwest Arkansas Association, returned last night from the woman's f t R t c convention in El Dorado, which had an oltendBnce of 1,050 women, Mrs. Leake served on the Vomfn.itlnff Committee. Raymond Wilson, husband of Mrs. Kathcryn Wilson, scrvinc with the First Marine A i r - W i n s in Korea, has recently been promoted to corporal. He. is the grandson of Mrs. Nannie Tharp of Fayettovllle. .Mrs. A n n a Hcndrix, mother of Mr;. J. L. Filzcerald. Mrs. Eueene Adklns iind Mrs. Tom Orenbaun. remains in a critical condition at the City Hospital, where she was taken following a heart attack March 25. where jilnns were outlined fur the rnmlni? year. Mrs. ,1. S. Bales reported bimits cent tn members out of the stale. Mrs. Alcuin Enson and Mrs. G u i n n nrc directors for the local chapter In charrje (if the U.D.C: Student Loan Fund, which may be Used by descendants nf Confederate volenms. . The program was in chnrge of Mis? Irene Galloway n n d Mrs. ]'. L. Hnlhcock. The May mooting will be with Mrs. Hathcnck nnd Mrs. J. A. Patterson an co-hostess. At this meeting there w i l l be an Section of officers for the cnm- ng ycnr nnd nil members nre urji- ed to be present. Birthday Observed By Savoy H.D Club A group of ladles from the Savoy Home Demonstration Club, whose talent and hobby are quilts, met Wednesday In work on comforters to be sent to the tornndo «ren of Arknnsn.1 us they are needed. . This group dso nbsprvrd the hlrthdsy nf Mrs. L. M. McFnrlnml at the same time, w i t h « covm-rd dish luncheon served at noon complete with cake nnd appropriate songs. During tlie afternoon meeting. Mrs. Ben Phipps presented I r e devotional, n brief discussion of the Book of John with selections from the scriptures nnd n praver. Miss Mnry Jane linker, assistant Home Demonstrnllon agent. r;nvo » brief and I n f o r m n t l v e t a l k on d n r k rotlons and t h e best method of starchlne these new summer colors. Thirteen members and one miest were present. Mr?. Homer l . u l b r r was winner of the mystery pack- Births Mr. nd Mrs. Kills wllion Mr. sncl Kills Announcements nouiice Ihe birth of ""Piwnlliaj, 4-1 pril 2, at the City 'reastircr of 11 a fianjthlcr, Ap Hospital. Mr. and Mr«. H. l.er Roblnsnii. ,lr. (dark Mud Hem The Oznrk MiU Hens will inctt tonight at 7:30 p rr.., In the twin; cf Mrs. Orin Glass. Mrs. Frr.k !.ee will bo In charge o' the p^o- Now She's Ready For The Dentist Wayne, W . Vii.-MVMrs. P a u l Napier, 2S. has finished the Job of pulling her own teeth and now he's ready to go to the dentist for some new ones, Mrs. Napier undertook the job herself because of w h a t she called HID high cost . professional services. ''Bui," sho said today, "I wollld- 'l do it agalh for $3(10," Using a pair of forceps handed -·iwn by her g r a n d f a t h e r , she pulled 13 t e r l h durin.e February and 11 more through March, the asl one coming out on Tuesday. Ex-Officer Of St. Louis Credit Union Arresled I.os Angeles-M'l-c. H. Carson, ·prciiil agent In charge of the Lns \npcles FBI. announced the ar- ·cst here last night of Harry I,. H u p p c n l l i a J , 4-1, former secretary- Postal Employes Credit U n i o n , SI. Louis. H u p p c n l h a ! allegedly absconded last Sunday a f t e r n o o n w i t h more Mr. snd Mrs. H. Lee Robinson,! "'an SIOIMinu of the Credit Union Jr., of Sprinirdale announce t h e ] ' '" ' - · - · - - - · · " " - - lirth of a son, A p r i l 3, at the City lospital. Mr. ind !lr». B»rry Willacr Mr. nnrt Mrs. Berry Wallace of Spt. Lawrence E. Lewis, Fort j SpriiiKdale nnnounce the h i r l h nf Hood. Texas: son of Mr. and Mrs. j a daughter, April 3, at t h e City Earl Lewis of Fayetteville, Is par- [Hospital, ticipating in Exercise Lone Horn i -- -- · -- - -in central Texas w i t h the afgres- ] nuniniaae sale, Lesinn l u l , A p r i l sor 82nd Airborne Division. ftth, 7 a. m. f u n d s in rash 1 and U. S. Treasury bonds. At the t i m e of his arrest he I ad $11(1.5011 in rash nnd $75,000 In U. S. Treasury bonds. would be availabie'inr a't'alk he-: llc carrled nl3 Jackson day sncccli he returns to New York to day, Morris added. Truman said and repeated t h a t McOratli ' resigned voluntarily. I Rut this turned nut to bo just a j polite gesture toward » longtime i politieal ally. MrGrath made it '· pin In he'd been forced out f o r i disagreeing with Truman over! the conduct of Morris' cleanup t International 1 u n t i l a f t ? r he'd Associated Press Ha* Morris »aii he had'no idea why McGrath fired him--in a brusque, two-paragraph letter that · didn't reach. Morris read it In an story. But he said his ouster "docs | not disillusion me, for 1 never had | any illusions about Howard Me- 1 Grath." Said McGrath in a farewell statement Issued soon after Truman announced his "resignation." ] .,"1 have dnnn my duty as 1 saw it," he said. I Some of McGrath's associates In the Justice Department wept when their ehlef took. his departure. McGrath wiped a few tears from Ills eyes himself. But he dashed , off a wry telegram to hl« succos- Hor, McGranery. "Heartiest congratulations miH I suggest you bring a pair of asbestos trousers with you." Truman declared McGranery Is , free to reinstate Morris an « spe- , clal aitlstant to the attorney gen- ! eral, In charge of the cleanup i drive, if he wishes. I McGranery, In Philadelphia, | shied away from any move in that i direction. A onetime Democratic! congressman and a former Justice j Department o f f i c i a l , he promised KING-SIZED-- The cameraman had to go 'wa-a-»y up to ihoot j , . ............ : down on Ted Evans, when he recently arrived in New York from ' with the help of Congress" to England. Ted. who wanted to be a jockey, it * mere nine feet three ! wipe out corruption and "restore , Inches tall. He's headed for a berth with the Ringling Brothers- . : f a i t h of the American people in : Barmim and Bailey circus. His pint-sized, fellow-passengers aboard · the Integrity of the government." ' the QITC:II Mary are John Brodle, five, and his six-year-old «istw But he also said he felt Ihe job j Stephanie, of Salt Lake City,. · " ' might well be done by the Justice : ' ~ " ------------- ..... Department itself -- apparently meaning he had no Immediate plans to call In an "outsider" like Morris. Stunned At First Morris voiced no expectation of being culled back. "This," he observed. "looks like the end of the road." He was mainly good-humored, j and clowned a hit for photographers, once he had digested the news of his dismissal. But when e first got the news, he appeared stunned. A woman reporter, who telephoned him. reported that he said :if McGrath: "You'd t h i n k the bum would have; had the .crace to 1 fire me in icrson instead of on the news icker." !«n»n Rrvoken Daylight taw Tokyo -Wi- Tho Japanese Parlament today eliminated one occupation law-- daylight saving. Libya is marie up of three provinces. Trlpolitania, Cyrenalca ind Fe?7.an. "MY HEART IS GLAD" A Cantata for Eastertide to be presented at the Central Methodist Church Easter Special Coats and Wool Suits . . . . !4 Off Early Spring Dresses . . . . !4 Off Small Group Blouses . . . . $ 5.00 Small Group Formals . . . . $10.00 Barbara Carol Knits, special . $25.00 IcrncV 10 E. Cantor Sfr««t Cool, smo-o-oth DAIRY QUEEN, juicy pineapple and shredded coconut team up for a tropical treat! Pack up your family and cruiso over TO DAIRY QUEEN for « sundae adventure in good eating! Aik for a DAIRY QUEEN Coconut lile --· ipocial just for youl O i i r v i i e i t i n COKll · UNIltl NILTI I IHKII IIIOTI i nmt 700 North College Expensive To Keep Running ed her find! over t* police, who told the ttory yesterday. V nobody claims the money in HJ day:, she gets it. Jiycees For Plin To Erase Jiliry limit! Boston - UP) - The Boston and Maine Railroad says its 110-year- old 10-mile section' of line from Portsmouth, N. H., to Berwick, ] Maine, has nn average passenger! load of eight-temns of a person . .. ., ,, . ._. _. ., . Per , i ^nTn h n e lin ' **!' ^ " I '·«· «"ju'nlo^ Ch'a'mb'er of Com-' cost. $SO,onn a year to run one j merco t . haptcrs wil | support a pro . , cast-bound tram and two west-! poscd statc constitutional amend- bounrl trains on that section. 1 j mcnt to eliminate present ceilings A company spokesman said last , on state and local officials' sal- night the line will request per-; aries. That announcement was mission from the Interstate Com- i made here last night by .lack · merce Commission to abandon the i Meadows of Crossett, slate Jayeee section. ' president, at a meeting of the Little Rock chapter. Meadows attended the meeting in advance of the state convention, which is to be held in Pine B l u f f this week-end. Registration ' for the Pine Bluff meeting opens this afternoon. The Arkansas Sheriffs Association is sponsoring the proposed . amendment and had isked for Taft Sees Chance For Republicans In South New York-Wi-Sen. Robert A. Taft says he thinks the Rcpub- ,,,,,.,,,,.,. ,,,, Iicans could carry "many Southern Jaycee support, states" in the presidential election · questions, Taf't -ays in thoTurrent j BdDfiSt WOH18n TO issue of Collier's magazine: "If I were nominated, I w o u l d ! I- I j u l - p.-L |_ 'CO put on an all-out campaign i "I L I I I I C KUlrX HI JJ throughout the Southern states as! , well as in the North, and in mv I El Dorado, Ark.-(/P)-The Ar- opinion the Republicans would ! k a n M S Baptist vVomen s Mission- carry many Southern states." One Habit She May Desire To Cultivate New York-m-Stella K a h n has acquired a lucrative little habit of finding money. Window shop- _ ping one day last week, she spied of "Little Rock, stewardship chair- a b u n d l e of money in a cutter-- man. $200 in 10s and 20s. The next day is ary Union selected Little Hock for ils 1953 meeting. The Union · held ils G3rd annual convention here this week. New officers include Mrs. E a r l . t Paul of Mountain Home, north central (iisirict president and a state vice president; Mrs. S. A. Whitlow of Hope, assistant record- . ing secretary, and Miss Elma Cobb she found $655 in a taxicab. Miss Kahn, a manicurist, t u r n Alice's Beauty Shop NOW UP TOWN 7'/i E. MT. ST. P«m. LttMi Strlff Htasonibl* Prices Ph«m 620 or 2331 Evening* The population of Libya slightly more than a million. K GALLON Vanilla Ice Cream 64c Holland Brat, lacker NOTICE Th« Republican County Convenfion will be held in the Circuit Court Room at tht Washington County Court House, Fayetteville, Arkansas, at 1:00 P.M., Saturday, April 5th, 1952. County Republican Committee. Painful cramps of "Monthly Periods" stopped or amazingly relieved \k r-T In 3 out «f 4 cas» in doctors* own Ittltl ^Jtc the uterus- irfrhout ths J^ * Women »nd girls who suffer from those functlon- »lly-c»used crimps, back- ·cnei and headschw of menstruation -- who f«l upwt and Irrittblc on certain "particular days" -may o f t e n be s u f f e r i n g quite unnrcesflarily! Such It the conclusion from tests by doctors in which Lydia E. PJnkham's Vewtable Compound fiave complete or striking relief from such distress in 3 out of 4 of the CMOS tested I Y«! 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