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4 NOtTtiWttT MKAMIAt TiMn. Mmmm. Ttmrf.y, April I, Brings Out Ideas, Some Of Them No! Too Bad; Bank Robbery Prevention May Call For Special Vice President ; By SAM DAH'BON I "The three rnont critical shnrt- .",. N*y'York-Wl-In the «prlni! * luge's In the Cold War are necrcfar- btnkar't, merchant'*, engineer's j les, stenographer* and typltli, rallre id'min'i, i»lv« salesman's horn* [ardener'l fancy lightly turn* to thuufhts of novelty. And some art pretty good. Thus: Baakt should have a vice president in chirje of robberlf j--pre- vention, 'preferably, Xailrpirf cars should havr an lin* t lavstor'y foot pedal mecan- .-."delivery trucks should - r.»dlo cotnmunjca- r i|«m«--to deal with the sit- I when (he man'of (ho houee aniwfrs the doorbell arri sayi, "what the-!" Engineer* should teach their cec- reUrljti a thine or two, Hoijie gardeners 'should rpply · this or thi*,-.growth'stimulator-- and then run for cover or else gc\ \ '- eruih».d by the .burgeoning growth j of fojlMe, vegetables and fruit, Ideai Buddlnc ' It's'Spring, nr thereabouts, and ·11 the above idem ; re budding, .one place or another in this grout land of ours; ;'.The. banking aucgcsllon co-nes from the American 'Banker's As' aociation's Insurance and protective department. ' ' "Protection is. a . v i t a l , part of life," says ABA.. "Mechanical installations aren't enoujh, / . b a n k protective program to; be-rellable and dependable require* personal attention 24 hour* a.day." ABA urges bank* to name nn officer, preferably one v/tio is interested in foiling erlnica, to.co- operate with the nollee-iind teich balk personnel how'fo deal with hold-u.p men, check' .tforgerti ·wlndlers and ineak thoivefc. President Gustav Mctzman announces the New Yorl 'Central Railroad in Us "never-ondlnn «arch for the perfect ride" has change, come up with several oulslanrlinK triumphs. A minor one is "an improved lavatory foot pedal mcch- ·nitin," ... · far as the nation's business offices .ire concerned," fays C. King Wondbrldge, chairman of national .secretaries week. And Secretary M Commerce Sawyer chimes in today with the suirrientlon 'employers lake a Irfok at the older worker for Ihc job. "A" good looking cirl rloesn't always mahe a good secretary," Woodbridge. agrees, Companies short of engineers should lake a look at the secretaries of engineers they have. Sometimes the gals arc smarter than yrfu think, says John H, Perry, a du Pont engineer. He writes in t h e house organ of the International Correspondence Schools: "Teach them to make graph! and such," and let your engineers stick to engineering. A department store in Allen- Inwn, Pa. (Hess Brothers) Is in- nlalllng two-way radioes In Its delivery trucks, so il can re-direct ihcm, or deal with customer problems along the routes. Plant Food Developed Bntlcllc Memorial Institute, Columbus, Ohio, has developed a plant food which the Naen Fertilizer Co, markets ns Nurisb, and says will give nny dub gardener-window-box or large scale--a green thumb. African natives who lather themselves with a n l m n l fats should be taught to use American Vaseline instead--so thinks Basil Emery, a vice president of Chesebrough 7 Manufacturing Company. He's heading for the 'jack country With a wrles of short commercial films to ihoV tribesmen the social idvantiigei of non-rancid petroleum. Well, It's spring, and time for a Hindsville Used by thousands In reducing Uets--Junse'i Roman Meal bread. 11-li-tf Mrs, Hazel Burkes and children, Jill, and Jack, of Huntnvillp, were Sunday guests nf Mrs. Burkes' parents, Mr. and Mn. G. M. Bridges, Mrs. Hoss Starnes and son, Hob, were Sunday afternoon \isitors in the Marshall Whilficlri hrme in Kayettevillf. Mrs. Whitfield Is the former Betty Jane Starnes. Mr, and Mrs. Will Holland are Improving following recent 111- r.-ss. Mrs. Holland's niece,' Mrs. Ted 1 Calico of Summers, is here helping care for them, Mrs. Tom Cobb and Mrs, Millard Johnson and daughter of M o u n t a i n Springs, and Mrs. Wilkerson of Buckeye were visitors of the Hindsville school Friday. Mrs. W. O. nrddingficld is show- Ing s o m e improvement buf is | still a patient in the City Hospital at Kaycltcvllle. The Colbaugh Home Demonstration Club met Friday w i t h Mrs. Jack Feriruspn-with in members mid the county home demonstration acenl, Mrs. Donna B. Cooper, present. Mrs. Ferguson read Solomon 2:11-13 for the devotional. The group *aii(, "The Old Hugged Cross," after which the Club Woman's Prayer was repeated in unison. Mrs. Dave Cas- tecl read a poem. Mrs. Pete Sharrock gave a talk on the seven busic foods and their use In the diet. The week of April 27 to May 3 is National Home Demonstration Week, it was announced. T h e Colbaugh Club will :,ave a covered dish supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Carr for club members and their families on (be night of April .28 as their part in the week's activities. Plans were also made to attend the spring County Council meeting at Huntsville April 29. Next meeting will be with Mrs. Leonard Gos- vcnor nn May 7. Refreshments were served by Ihc hostess. caller* w«r« Mr. and Mra. Frank Sharp and ion, Max, of Sprini- dnle, and Mr. and. Mra. Demps Fowler and Mr. nd Mra. Fred GuIIey. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Curlis have rented their farm and :noved to Tulsa, Okla. Mrs. Garland Ivcy has been ·ailed to Columbus, Ohio, by the serious Illness of hei brother. Prairie Grove Several local people'attended he wedding of Elton Skelton to Hiss Lorraine Sargant. at the First Christian Church of Faycttevllle iunda.v. They Included Mr. rnd Mrs, Guy Skoltcm and son, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Skelton, Mr. and Mrs. Hex Skelton, Mr. and Mrs. I. Ed Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. Con- Icy Hilton and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Parks. Mr. Turks served as best man. Mrs. ,1, C. Parks, Mrs. Donald Parks, Mrs. C. H. Fenimore, Mrs. J. S. Marian and Mrs. W. E. N. I'liillips ai-i! iiiit'uoing a state meeting of ihe Federated Club at Little Buck. The Order of Rainbow Girls attended tins Methodist Church in body Sunday night in ohserv- Gathings' Idea May Bring Two Probes Of Radio-TV And Books .ancc of the chapter's annlvcrsa - . ary. Members of the Advisory Board and several parents also attended. A week of pre-Easter net-vices opened Sunday at the Baptist Church.. The- Rev. John Stephens is In charge. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Douglas and son, Johnny, of Tulsa, Okla., spent the weekend with Mrs. Douglas' parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. T. DeShong. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lasiler took Barbara Patrick, Shirley Ramsey, Coretta and Sue Wilson and K n l h - ryne Bidweil to the state FHA meeting at Russellville Thursday through Saturday. Mrs. Lasiter is home economics teacher in the local schools. Alro attending the meeting were Leon Thurman, ag- Mrs. Fayc M. Smith has re- j ricullurc instructor, and students MR. MOTORIST-;Ts your money thai pays for root/5 VOUR gas t«Mi, license .can be designed accurately A fees and other taxes pay for any legal axle load-anil for building pavement, for it kteps its load-carrying ca- mainiaining it and for re- pacity throughout its life, paving it when it wean out. Concrete costs less to Concrete pavement if maintain, lasts longer. It is moderate in first cost yet (ow-anm/of-cort pavement. PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION fit r.n. iltf*., MMFMI a, T..I,. A national organization to Improv* and Mlind lh uiti of Portland (·m.nt ·nd concratt... through Kltntifk rtwatch and ·nglnMtlng fold work turned to her home from the City Hospital at Fayctteville. Her condition is improved. Weekend Bursts of Mr. and Mrs Fred E. Heed were their claugh (ers, Iris of Fort Smith, am Rachel of Fa.vctUevillc, end thei sons and daughters-in-law Lt (J. K.) and Mrs. Robert C. Reei and daughter, Patty of Crsne, Ind and the Rev. and Mrs. Raymond H Deed and son, Dick, of West Fork Mrs. Sis'Knoles has returned tc her home at Summers after visit- Ing her sister, Mrs. Will Holland Miss Willie Ann Sutton 01 Hindsville, president of the Future Homemakers of America chapter of the state Vocational School at Huntsville, attended the district meeting of FHA at Russellville Friday and Saturday. The local Future Farmers of America chapter entered f a m s in the livestock judging and parliamentary procedure contests at the district meeting at Hussellvllle last weekend. Blllie Starnes ot Hindsville was high point man for the local livestock judging team. Other team members were I h i l l i p Tooley of Mountain Springs, and Gerald Jackson of Huntsville. Parliamentary procedure team members were Tommlo Day, Carl Mitchell, Hand Presley, Dave Tatkett, and Dale Hobhs, all or Hunlsville. Results of the contests, will be announced this week. , Kcrmit McFarlnnd, Ronnie Allen, Billy Calc Thurman, Bobbie Rice, Roy Knowlcs, Dale Moore, Jack Tyroo, Denton Jones and Charles By GOIDON BROWN Washington - (IP) - Rep. E. C. Gainings may wind up by getting two investigations -- instead of just one--of the effect on youthful morals of television and radio programs and inexpensive books that deal with crime and sex. The Arkansan, who originally proposed creation nf a special House committee'.to investigate the whole subject, is willing to settle for two Inquiries. After the House Rules Committee last week approved his first proposal, the House Commerce Committee, with jurisdiction over radio and television, suggested that one of its subcommittees should handle any investigation involving those fields. So Gathings agreed to split his proposal to vestlgation Committee provide for one in- by the Commerce and . another -- into Thompson. The boys attended a joint FFA meeting. . Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Pyeatt and Mrs. Wallace Pyeatt of Fayette- villc were Sunday guests of Mrs. D. N. McCormick. Mrs. A. D. Matthews, who has been tiie Ruest of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Dutton, for several weeks, left Sunday for New York City. From New York she win sail for England to join her husband, Master Sgt. A. D. Matthews, who is stationed there. Mr. and Mrs. Caswell Wilson nnd daughters, Corelta and Sue, visited Mrs. Wilson's sister, Mrs. Corlee Thompson of Neosho, Mo., Sunday. Miss Ollie Barnes and Mrs. R. A. Barnes were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gibson Df Fayetteville. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Fidlcr of Okniulgce, Okla., who came here to attend the Fidlcr-Cox wedding Saturday, have returned to their home. books--by a special committee which, under usual procedure, he would head. Gathings is concerned about the crime and "blood and thunder" type of radio and TV programs and the inexpensive books, available at newsstands and drug stores, which feature crime and sex. His idea is to get the views of parents, teachers, education officials, industry an'd others. · Window Mrs. John Sprague of Del Mar, Calif., is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Nickell. She is the former Miss Aileen Nickell. A revival opened at the Baptist Church Sunday with the Rev. L. D. Dave in charge. The third all-day meeting of the Texas Ciub was conducted Friday at the home ot Mrs. Thomas Jay- eocki. Luncheon was served at noon. The next meeting will be with Mrs. E. A, Bellis, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Gen« Bishop and children, who have been living near Fort Worth, Texas, for the past three years, have returned to the Oak Grove community to make their home. Mrs. Connor Osborne has been called to Los Angeles, Calif., by the serious illness of her brother. She was accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Smith. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Nail and children of Arizona are spending 10 days with Mr. Nail's sisters, Mrs. Hugh Smith and Mrs. Dee Smith. Hiyj Backs U.S. Plan For Mutual Security Washington - (/P) - Rep. Brooks Hays (D-Ark) says he can't go along with arguments that the mutual security program "must be reduced because it involves serving other nations." "It is of immediate concern to the American people," he said. Hays is a member of the' House Foreign Affairs Committee now considering the foreign aid pre- program for whleh Pretident Truman has asked nearly eight billion dollars. Hays points out that about half of the Americans in uniform are abroad and "to argue against the mutual aid plan for bolstering defenses of nations on whose soil they would have to fight if war comes, is to disregard the tremendous interest which these Americans and their families have in defense plans." Onyx is produced In the San .Quintin area of Lower California. Keep up with tn» tlmea read the TIMES dailr. **» WBLVHT All-Alumlm A W N I R G T Beautiful Colon. Alk Ftr DtWk. CLARK VENETIAN BLIND AWNING CO. II William. Ph. lalt AH»f I *. m. CROWN COA SHIP YOUH PACKAGES BY BUSI Oakland and Zion Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Trolllnger Monday and Tuesday have been Mrs. "Trollinger's nephew and his v.-lfc, Mr. and Mrs. Hit-hard Waters and daughter of Hydro, Okla. Mr. nnd Mrs. Willic.m Hulsinger had as dinner guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Plumlec and children nf Springdale. 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Weather, conditioned buses -- via Crown's shorter, all-paved scoriic route between Ft. Smith and Little Rock. UNION BUS DEPOT 103 N. Collet* Phon. «5 17-YEAR-OLD JOAN GRISHAM WINS $ 1,000 LION OIL AWARD! HAWYIOAN beamaaaP.M. Rider, Lion Oil Company executive representing the Lion Oil Scholarship Fund, make) presentation in high school assembly. W. P. Daniel, superintendent of schools, and Hollia MeNaer, tho tpansorini Uacher, look on. NO JOKII Joan'a family firrt thought aha waa kid- fling... then realized ah* rtclly had won her firat- yur college expenaai. Hera Joan ia embraced by · motto, M ' ' " ' htr proud i , Mn. Jo* L. Griabua. ANxmy, Mitthtippi, gM ranivts first-year coHeg* expense fund and is ROW eligible for additional $3,000 Grand Prin lion OH Scholarship Award. Senior Joan Gruham of New Albany (Miss.) High School ia a talented and versatile young lady. Not content with · scholastic record of A'a and B'a-- aha ia also a cheer leader, member of the Glee Club, reporter for the school paper, and muaie chairman oftheY-Teena. And now ahe hag added another honor.. . first prize in the Third Lion Oil Student Eseay Contest of the year for her thoughtful paper on "What Does the South Offer for My Future?" Journalism is Joan's favorite subject and journalism teacher Hollis McNeer (shown above), who spon- ·ored the winning essay to win $200 cash for himself, says he has never seen a girl work so hard on a paper. Young Miss Grisham plans to study journalism and English at Millsapa College, Jackson, Miss. Later, the hopes to become a teacher. Since all first prize etaysi will be considered for the $3,000 Lion Oil Grand Prize Scholarship, you may be hearing more about Joan soon. J«d|M ·» th» MMMt w*»t Dr. R. C. Coo*, President; Dr. Ifan A. Wither, Chairman, Social Studies Dimion; nnd Dr. Dan Young, Chairman, Lartgunge and Literature Division--all of Mississippi Southern CoHrge, Hatticsburg, Miss. 22 HONORABLE MENTION AWARDS-$25 EACH City and 8t«U High School . Student Teacher--Sponsor Miw Jane Wood High School Amory High School . . . Nicholas Rlackwnll High . Amory, Miss. . Bartlott, Tenn .................. ..... .......... Camden, Ark ....... Fairview Hieh School Crotntt, Ark ....... Crosaett Hieh School . . Donelton, T«nn ...... Donelion High School . . Forrwt City, Ark ..... Forrest City High School . Fort Smith, Ark ...... Fort Smith Hi«h School - *-' " ' " ...... ~ Mary Blanche Hnney Hay Nichols Miss Kato McKinnon Mirths Jsne Davis . . . . Miu Agnes Mosley Martha Elizabeth Buckncr . Mirn Helen Parnell Richard Hurduon Miss Ruth T. Walker Doris Watlington Mrs. Fern Lyford Rugeno Erwin Miss Nora Brown Hot Sprinn, Ark Hot Spring* Jr. High School Crane Walker . . . . . . Mra. Mary Grizzard Jackson, Misa Central High School. . . . Jack Michael Conner . Miss Marsnret Hutchison Little Rock, Ark. Little Rock. Ark. . Madison, Mim. . . Martin. Tenn.. . . Marvel!. Ark. . . . Memphis, Tenn. . . Nashville, Tenn. . . Nashville, Tenn. . . Nashville, Tenn. . . Nornhlet, Ark.. . . Old Hickory, Trim. Olive Branch, Mian. Sewanee, Tenn. , . Lit lie Rock Senior High Ml. St. Mnrv's Academy. Madison-Kiageland High. , Martin High School . . . Marvell High School. . . , Humes High School . . . Conn High School. . . . Hillshorn High School . . Went. End High School. . Norphlot High School . . DiiPant High School . . Olive Branch Consolidated St. Mary'aSchool. . . , · Cordon Naylor, Jr. Hetty Jo Foreman. Wiley Thornton. Donald Freeman Jimmy Olinhnnt Hetty Ruth Oakley Kldridgn Binkley Patricia Long. . Ellen Muhr. . . Calvin Downa . Honell McBrooen, Jr Marjean Clark . . Marfarot Penelop« Caraon Mrs. Kathryn C. Taylor Sister Mary Slanislatia Mra. Eunice J. Harksdala Mrs. Frank Wiles Mrn. George 0. Rogern Miss Mnrinrel Thompson Misa Leotn S. Driver Mra. M. P. Landiss Misa Ann Demhsky Mrs. Dudley Huckabee Misa Ninn Williama Mr. Ollie Dillon, Jr. MiM Lucillu Doughton Watch for 4th Contest Result* and Grand Prix* Anneuncomontl Tin fawKi md HM| Um OH kiMtanl f«wy C«m»il ·» a« c»maw«ri by ai frau.) *f liiNntulih*J SavHMcn lha y*af It MW Mnaj \utftt. Th« wlmMra wHI ·» «a1ut«ton I* alataimla* which ihi4Ml will ncalv* ·« ·miay«««a1 In tfcta mwiaaa.r ton. Thaa MMJ Hn» aria* i*li«i( $1,000 OraM MM SthttanMij far Hit k«l M«y ImH fa»f U»» OH »»aM hny C«nHi«i wlH ilya^iBmMyWItMyaaw^WakhfMHKa.nixnc.iimil. . OTHIR WINNiRS IN 3rd LION OIL STUDINT ESSAY CONTIST Won by Carol Lou Coffin of Wynne (Ark.) High School who had entered six Lion Oil Contois in th. past two yean. CirorafatherisafloriBt-- bar mother, Aalt. Pent Miitreaa. M Prilt-- 100 Won by Patricia Elaine Gardner, 16, of Sheffield , ( A U . ) School .... .1 with her fint entry in a Lion Oil Cont e a t . M i s a GnrdneVa hob- ! by and favorit. eubjec-t IB music. She is a member of National High School Honor Society. Mr.. H. E. NebWt, non- · or of Miaa Coffin'l pru«- winninf eoay. i-,m:._vA'. .li.Vii tima. She BIOO- sored «as«ya in « Lion Oil Contertt, This ta her ant winner. ardPriteWinnir Sp.ni.r-»50 MifiaMnryLou fiherrod, who tenche. Latin and English at Sheffield High School, ·pousored Mist Gardner'sprize- , _ winning essay. Miai 8bem4 planned to ent«r th. 2nd Lion Oil Contest for teacher*. Why Lion Oil Scholarship Fund Was Established...^ The lion Oil Scholarship Fund was originated by Lion Off Company in 1950 to broaden th. educational oppwtunitiei of Southern Youth... Our Futur. leaden. Th. program woi ·upand.d this year to provide scholarihipi nol only for jtudenti, but olio for high school teachers 10 lhat they may share the benafiti of advanced education with South.rn b»yi ond girls...sons and daughters of Our Good Neighbors. For lion Oil ii part-and-porcel of lh» South, with rnor* than 2,400 men and women on Its $11,000,000 annual payroll, lion fu.ls and lubricants help turn th. wheels of SouDwrn Industry, lion chemical fertiliz.rs ttep up yields of Sourh.rn agikultuj.. W.'r. "Horn. Folki" in th. Southland. L I O N O I L COMPANY II Dorado, Ark.

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