Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 7, 1952 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 7, 1952
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tanday, Apiil · 7, iv*. Calholk Action "Warning" · Against YW-YM Is Protested Home-WThc nal.onii! 'socrr- tary of the Young Women's Christian Asmx-iatinn of Italy prn.pfilod todtey atfaiw.1 an Itnlinn Catholic Action directive warning its mnn- In a loiter lo the Knmn Dnl American, English IjinjjtJHjie new pjipcr Mary Rossi raid the Calh He Action pronouncement "ca bem against both Inn Young W o - j only bring \\ fioniio of dismay" and Younx Men's Christian ' Hnwn It.tlinnn who have boon implMiMf for your Ford Tractor DIARBORN FIELD CULTIVATOR i* Bur »nl It tills, fallaws, ·ulcket amLihallow coltl- »ordure5.» Ing ·· «·!!, fit bavet MUM nrbee traak lo retard erosim. Narrow thank) Make it a deslrakle toot ferhreaking «4*w » or reiterating pastime, RIM lei lolits are avail- lUe (er kllllig Boxleiti fiaaa **t meds. ' Qilckly et««cke4 t Tractor, deftk kj^r eenlrcilled. Iivollgata tkls venattle te*l now! HAILEY SALES CO, Highway 71 North Phone 1689 America ind teen wh»t rellfleus freedom mean*. The president of the Catholl group on March 28 told UK mem hers thev "must regard" th YMCA and VWCA as "forbidden organizations" unilnr Roman Cnth olic Canon Law. The directive re forrcd specifically to Canon 68' of the church code, which cxhorti Catholics to guard themselvei from "associations that ire secret condemned, seditious, suspected or that seek to draw away from the Ic-gilimate vigilance of the church," The YWCA Kef.Teun'.v wrolc: "I cannot t h i n k of any aspect of :itir association which mlRht have led the leaders of Catholic Action !o list us ... m nn association Hccret' or 'seditious,' for our 1m- ory from Queen Victoria's reign inward is too well-known." The aim of the I t a l i a n YWCA, Is secretary said, "is the s;ime as he aim of the YWCA in the United States, and of the whole 'orld federation: A fellowship of II women and girls of all Chrls- tl«n cfwfetaleai, U th* rlihMtf their diversity to4 It of (rue Christian Pile Oinlmenf Free $1.00 Tube Noted Clinic Makes Most Unusual Offer to Any Afflicted Person--No Coupon- He Charge order lo Introduce to anyone ho is afflicted with Piles (Hom- rrhoids) o r ' n n y similar rectal indillon, the Thornton Minor Inic will send free on request, ithout payment or obligation, a ill-size $1.00 lube of Thornton inor Pile Ointment--free and stpald. Please send your full nme and address, age, and tell how long you have been oubloil--and whether or not you ive been or arc now uali.i. an nlment or suppository of any nd. This offer Is ll.nited and ay be withdrawn at any time, we suggest you wirtc at once. Idress Thornton Minor Clinic, I-C Llnwood Blvd., Kansas ty 3, Mo., and be sure to In- Jiycees Oppose More "Hindouts" ByGovermnint Pine Bluff, Ark.-M)-The Ar lan.ias Junior Chamber of Com merce say they're opposed to ex paneled "hand-outs" by the fed er»l government. The stall J»y ees Board of Directors adopted tatement of policy to thin eff*c t the closln* session of the an lual convention here yesterday. The resolution uriten all Jayce lembers and other civic or trade rganizationx in Arkansas to stop sking Congress for appropriation* for building public structures and ) further enlarge welfare of. «o- lal Rain project! for the exclusive benefit of a local community." The Jaycees elected as officers- Charles Moore of Blytheville president; Lee Zachery of El Dorado, national director, and the following directors: Cecil Cupp, Jr., of Arkadelphie; Alex Leftwich of West Memphis; Gerald Tweedy of Sprlnjdale, and J. A. Womaek of Camden. Mrs. Wkillow Sues . Following Accident Bcntonvllle-(Special!-A »I3,000 damage suit has been filed In Circuit Court here by 1 a Rogers woman against the Yaffee Iron and Metal Company of Fort Smith. The suit IK an outgrowth of * car- ruck crash near Mount Gayler ast November 23. In her petition, Mrs. Whitlow ·harges that the truck turned to he left out of the lane and in ront of the 1851 Plymouth jhe was operating. She aiks $900 dam ^·wWeF^Wf WwB^M^^na? Of Supervbors Ewlng Jackson and Hugh Williams have .been appointed as members of the Board of Supervisors of the Washington County soil conservation district. The appointment* were ·le'e by D. D. Terry of the flood control, soil and water division of the Arkansas I ~"" in all--and sentenced to Resources and Development Com """ ' ' " mission. Municipal Court Two Fayetteville men were finet and sentenced to jail on bad check charfti this mornini uy Judge V James Ptak. Both entered guilty pleas. Tri^mjn L. Atteberry, 38, of Fay etteville, was fined 1100 and costs «v«n Bentonville. More than 133 in contributions was donattd and has been turned over to the Red Crofts. Bentonville was second in the number of visitors. Rogers was third. Abel Tasman, th* noted explorer, is believed to have been' the discoverer of the Fiji Islandi in 1643. Advertise In the TTM1S--It pan. The Board of Supervisors at meeting Friday expressed ap ireciation for the service liven bj . G. Lewis of fanninttbh and D. Griscom at Llneolii, mem ers of the Board of Supervisor or a number of years. William was elected secretsry-treaiurtr o he hoard. Jackson bought the Andy Howe lace on the Illinois River about wo years ago and has made rapic evelopmehfs in establishing permanent pastures and meadows for is livestock. He'his a Grade A airy barn on the home place on Hljnwly 16 west and has remodeled the barn and corral west f the river for Angus cattle. Wilams Has farms at Ilkins and uttle, and hai developed but- anding permanent patturen for hii Hereford cattle. He also produces quantities of turkeys for fall markets, and supplies large numbers of turkey eg|j for hatcheries. Other members now serving on the Board of Supervisors are: Walter D. Ramey, Winslow, chairman; J. H. Pyeatt, Cane Hill; and C. E. Shafer, Farminfcton. Tht U.S. radio commission was created February M, J»J7, and was succeeded in '1134 by the Federal Communications Comnfli- sion. ' one year in jail on -. charge overdraft. Nine months of the sentence were suipended subject to future good behavior. Harolc Mitchell, 32, of Fayetteville, was fined 120 and casts, a total of $230 and' sentenced to one year in jail on charges of overdraft and false pretenses. Nine months of the jail term was suspended subject to good behavior. Arnold Worley, 38, of Huntsville, was fined $10 and costs and sentenced to 30 days in jail on a ebarge of drunken driving. Fine and costs totaled $119. Court records show it was Worley'c second offense. Charles McConnell, 27, of Fayetteville, was fined 329 Ind costs --$49 In all--on a charge of drunken driving. He was sentenced to one day in jail, ill arrests were iaJe by the sheriff's office. Mqny From Fayetteville At Antique Show Bentonville-Special-M»yor Al- viri Seamster said this morning hat niore visitors from Fayetteville attended an antique show last week than from any other town-- WlJRLlIZER ii QUAiirr THE INHERITED RIGHT OF EVERY BOY AND GIRL The outstanding performance and rich tone'ol · Wurlier Piano inspires the very best in the child whose character and personality it so favorably influence*. A treasure worth many times its cost, there is ne finer media for self expression and mental training thax * beautiful Wurlitzer Piano. All Models In Stock Priced From $ 564 MUP GUIS.NGER'S MUSIC HOUSE for her automobile and 1100 cover the cost of help to maintain her home. Mr». Whitlow charges that while the pe» i» the hospital will be permanently handicapped her business properties in Rogers n walking during the remainder M awl seeks flM. injuries, pain, and r above. No risk, arge of any kind. of her life." She asks »»4«.J9 for ·Men, too, will want to be in the parade, coirti Easter ... And it will be ever so easy for them to look their very best . . . If they come to Campbell-Bell for their outfit! Hart-Schaffner Marx For m«n who want the bcil, Kurt tuitt nre the lut word. Their iccret tin in thfir w*l] hiUnctd dtiign, th«lr comfortable Hi »nd their vuperb tiller- ing ... you'll ttf lot* of Hart'i In the RfiKon's prettfeit patterni, bejflo- ninf At »70 Vorsity-Town A delightful to look it 49 to wear, there'i t cheerful rqood ibout a Var- » f t y evrry mnn likes. Their *uwrb rtyllntc t* coupled with fin* t*ilorl»f and h r i u t l f u l fabrics. Take a lofjk ·" the Variltyi we havt beflnnlnf at .:. 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They either make or mar your ensemble inri, of course, you'll wsnl them to he Just right Most men select either a Florshcira e* Crwby-Square. ·Campbtll-Btll, Men's Store

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