Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 8, 1952 · Page 12
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April 8, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

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Apt ·· ; S. D., In Path W Flood On Hie Missouri today for,, pome of the trek* in the Dakotas where hiv« been made home- |eji\ by the over/lows from the Mpouri River »nd tributaries, ·iiW Pi«n«, c»pit»l city of. South Dakota, the Missouri threatened 'Ike. worrt flood In 71 years, with a IMMble riie'io 28 or 24 feet, eight llai Aaeecbte* Frew) ·-· '--. : · and wMer weather were In | or nine feet above flood «tage, Plans were made to remove, houie and feed residents If the expected flood waters hit the city of .1,700 population. . The Missouri alto was on a rampage in North Dakota and the Her! niver threatened, In Central North Dakota some l.Oflfl persons were forced from their homes by the flooding Missouri. Lowland areas in Bismarck and nrnrby Mandan, In North Dakota, still were inundated. -Many residents were driven from their homes at Llnton, 6,1,miles southeast of Bismarck by overflows from Beaver Creek, a Missouri tributary. The . flood 'situation appeared easing In Sioux Falls, S. D., as Ihe Big Sioux, a Missouri tributary I continued It* *lw drop. About ! 1,100 persons' wri? driven from · their homes over the weekend by l.'lood waters. ' The rainy weather today ex- I tended from the Dakotas and ALL PLUMBING | REPAIRS 4n*1 Tftt KifefcM Sink .Call on u». to «olv« all "your htoling and plumb- Ing problimi . .. large or ,-imall, Depend on 01, too, for f el iable' tmtrgtney ·ervlee ... r»aSy for all urgtnt I Call IBM | NoJobToolig No Job Too Small D PIUMBIW CO. 231 W. Mountain C ·ntf ens College after spending the spring vacation In the home of Mr. and Mn. Frank Clift. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clift and children spent Sunday visiting friends In Springdalc and at Atalanta In Rogers. The Hlwaf.se Saddle Club voted last night to join the Northwest Arkansas Hiding cluh. The Northwest Arkansas club Is made up ol cluhs . throughout Renton ami Washington rnunticF. Three girls were nominated for queen to reign over the a n n u a l spring rodeo Juno 1. The girls are. Alma Tafe, Carol Ann Mathews, nnd Nnrma Holland. Balloting will take place In May. ' Montana southweslward over the i flocky Mountains to Nevada, . There were « few showers in i Southern California, but skies j were fair In other parts of the i country.. Bentonville · First Lieut. Jack C. Fields, who recently returned from Korea, left for Fort Sill, Okla., last Wednesday. He has been assigned »s Information and education officer for the 17th Field Artillery Group (here. Mr. and Mrs. Mlllard F. Lawson, 223 North Main Street, Bcn- tonvijle, announce the engagement and approaching marriage o( their daughter, Barbara Mllene. to Robert Daniel Flckens, ion of Dr. and Mrs. R. O. Plckcnfi, also of Bentonville. Both young people are graduates of Bentonvillc High School. HP recently returned from Korea where he served in Battery A of the nSflth Field Artillery. Staff Sgt. Jadean Welsh has returned to his station,at Cheyenne, ! Wyo. He has been . visiting Mr. ,and Mrs. W. H.' Welsh of Centcr- jton. Sergeant Welsh, has just returned from a two r year tour of duty in Alaska. Miss Lou Ann Clift, Miss Barbara Fuller, and Miss Suzanne Paul left Sunday for Columbia, Mp., where they attended Steph- WHO FIXES RADIOS? We've Been Serving You 20 Yean SMITH RADIO SHOP POWIK MOWERI 01 A R K STARTS ' WEDNESDAY. WMir .21" tirt; Set for yourself, prove til oui.undlna perform- in« riahl or your own li«TM. No obUtiiiori. iuii c.ll, we'll hm out ll your home ion!«h(. W.der 21 cut; Bl|«er*eo.built I W hP. 4-cycle Ermine; Auio- milic Re-wind Sliner; Sln«le "Mule-Touch" C o n t r o l . . . 'iwonder; full Tike one home to · Grindml lodiyi NOW ON DISPLAY AT LINK WAY STORES CO. LAST "PANDORA AND THE TIMES FLY |NG DUTCHMAN" Art Purma, of the Bontonvillc Kiwsnis club, spoke to the group on plans for the a n n u a l Kiwimis cluh horr.e show May 30, 31. The cl.ub will hold nn ''ORB ronst" at the rodeo arena Saturday night. Three babies were born at the Bates Memorial. H o s p i t a l , this week. Mr. and Mrs. James Pruift of Hiwasse announce the birth of a son born Sunday, April (i. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Dodd of Bentonville announce the birth of a daughter, April 7. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Denning nt Pineville, Mo., announce the birth of a son, born this morning. Two Pea Ridae Men Bock From Korea Two Pea Ridge men arrived In San Francisco Saturday on the ! transport Gen, John Pope from Korea. Most of the 4,OBfi soldiers on the transport were wnt homo for reassignment. Thn Pea Ridire soldiers are Cpl. Eucrne F. Light and Cpl. John W, Turner. AtveHlM In the TIMES--It ntjre. TULIPS BLOOM FOR QUEEN JULIANA INDESTRUCTIBLE - Homer L.,. Cook, 49, of Chicago, kisses safety, hook which saved him from a nine-story drop when his lafety belt broke while he was washing skyscraper windows, It is the second time in 20 years on the job that he has brushed close to death. In ]|)49 Cook fell five ilorles and landed in a truck dlled with mattresses \'i GALLON Vanilla Ice Cream 63c Holland Bret. Locker Plant STYLISH NAME, STYLISH DAME Known For What Sh* Wai To.Mug And Millionalra NOW SHOWING 1:25 - 3:25 . 5:30 - 7:30 - 9:35 Navajo Hordes On The U.S. Cavalry aurroundedl.. but they'd rather die than iimenderl ·orl of Her it Rill. .Port ol Her il ·*ockef p ...AI( el Her ii Exdlinjl , 1:25 . 3.J5 - 5:15 - 7:25 . 1:1} STARTS WEDNESDAY A SUPERIOR CONCOCTION OF WIT AND FARCE.. In the beit tradition of lotirlcal good humor!' -Tim MtefijM oio YOUNG VIUINIA «"" DEVINE SHOWS TiOf-liN · 'THI STRIP ALSO UNBEARABLE BEAR . SHOUT SUBJECTS : 15,000 HO11AND tUtlPS Bent to Washington last fall by The Nether' lands for planting on the White House lawns burst into bloom at just j the right time--on Queen Juliana's arrival for a atate visit and tour ! of the nation. The plants were forced In a hot house, then planted on ' the White House grounds lor the occasion. (International Soundpholol KcFAUVER GETS FATHERLY ADVICE Labor Gains On Conservatives In Britain's Local Elections A CANDIDATI Kit the Democratic Presidential nomination, Sen. Estes 1 Kcfnuvcr listens while his father, Robert C. Kefauver, whispers to him during » press conference in New York. The Tennessee Senator told the reporters that an independent agency is needed to conduct the U.S. government's corruption probe. (international Exclusive) HOME PRESIDENT TRUMAN takes off his overcoat as Mrs. Truman and White House aides looK on upon the first family's return to the renovated White House. Blair House takes a back scat again. (International) C rOHCHCWCUT--Trwhmin Jet SMrki icu · ihereufh \rtm- tnlnJ/Columblii ityle, from Pete EhreKifd » rmh Tom McCarran end Crew Manager Bruno Bcllinltnlt, right, watch. U te the Lloni' way of Initialing Ireihnwa into toJlcglale rowing. (NEA) scrvative party, v/hlch Prime Min-4" istcr Winston Churchill led back to power in national affairs in October, is losing ground consistently in Jocol. elections being held throughout the country. In polling over the weekend, Ihe Socialists v.-on back control of two county councils, Essex and West Riding, and- some Labor party leaders began dpmoring for the resignation of the Conservative government. In the London County Coui'cil, where strength had been almost precisely divided, L,-bor gained 27 seats last week and in the administration of local affairs in thf capital will have ;' majority of Si. I.r.bor gains v:ere recorded :n most nf the 22 county elections held over the weekend. The first to derrand that the Churchill government should resign as a result of the swing to the left was the Leftist Labor member of Parliament, Aneurin Bevan. "It may be thtt by the fall of the year wo can convince the Tories in the House of Commons that they have outlived their time," Bevan said in a speech at Sheffield Sunday night. But conservatives, with a majority of 16 in the House of Commons, did not regard such demands seriously. Party headquar- lers said that a momentary decline in Conservative strength had been expected. Spokesmen believe there will be a recovery when national issues are considered' at a general election. Tackett Will Address Arkansas Dentists Little Rock-(/P)-U. S. Representative Boyd Tackett. a candidate for governor, will address the Arkansas Dental Association here tomorrow. Chancellor Francis Cherry of Jonpsboro, another gubernatorial candidate, was to have been the speaker. When Cherry notified the dentists that illness in the family would prevent him from filling the engagement, Tackelt was obtained. District Meeting Of Scouts Is Scheduled A meeting of the Northwest district, Westark Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America, will be leld Thursday at Lake Atalanta near Rogers. The planning meeting will feature a chicknn dinner and talks by Scout leaders. Great Britain acquired the Fiji Islands in 1874. Evaporation of water produces a cooling effect. PLAN TO BUILD 8" Our Material. GtJ Out Prlcat. Try Our Service. DYKE LUMBER CO. Ml SL Charl«« HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Broiler Hatchery Civil Service Positions With VA Are Open The U.S. Civil Service Commission today announced an examination for filling positions of chemist, physicist, biologist, and biochemist in the field* of radioisotopes. These positions, which pay from $4,205 to $9,600 a year, are in Veterans Administration Hospitals and Centers throughout the country. Applicants for this examination will not be required to pass a written test. To qualify, they must have completed appropriate education, or education and experience, in the physical or biological sciences. In addition, they must ha^'e had appropriate professional experience, part of which must have been concerned with radioactive materials or with the instrumentation involved in the detection and measurement of radiation. Appropriate graduate study may be substituted for all or part of the required experience, depending on the grade of position. Detailed information about the examination as well as applica- tion forms may be obtained from Russell McConnell, located it Post Office in Fayetteville. . AdvertHe ta KM TDfEft--lt pen. EVERYTHING IN nUMBING and SUPttlB FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. GOVERNMENT AVE. Starts Wednesday ^MORGAN Climb NEAL irk Phone 3103 ** Tf4 Drive-In I | Theatre IT'S NEW! IT'S HERE/ =, THI GREATIST ADVANCE IN RECORD PLAYING SINCE PHONOGRAPHS HAD HORNS! 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