Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 22, 1952 · Page 12
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April 22, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

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.MOWIH*Jt» HAS TIMM, '·r«M«»Hh. ArfuMMoa. TueitWy, April M, N) - Rally Of IOOF, Rebekah [ Is Held At Rogers "i Helen - (Special) - The annual ·'' rally of the Independent of. Odd-Fellows nrjij the E*-' Alterably of Arkansas was ,, h*re last night at the IOOF tU'with members from all parts of 'Arkansas on hand. More than 200 members of the tirOiftrfanUstions were present for last night's banquet. Guests of i (one hi and Sw Us [ About Our Easy Payment Plan on Re-Modeling Your Home, Building New Oarage, Chicken Houie M Milk Barn** etc. :-j ALSO We Hare Old and New vPhilco Refrigerator! ·' and Freeiera Clifton Lumber (o. 27. W«*t Fork, Ark. honor were the president of the state Rebekah Assembly, Mrs Ella Tipton of Corning; Monroe Bear den of Texarkina, grand master of the Grand Lodge of Arkansas; Robert D. Lee of Little Rock, deputy grand master; Dan Harrison of Van Buren, grand warden; Ross Whillock of Bentonville, grand secretary; and Virgil Lo'oney of Rogers, treasurer of the Grand Lodge. The welcoming address was by J. Franl; Smith of Rogers, The response was given hy Sterling Byrd of Fayetteville, past grand rriaster. Entertainment Included a trio, Mrs. Maywood Hunt, Milo Beck, and Mrs. .Icffa Scott, The Syn-k-Paters of Springdale played throughout the evening. Ridge Mrs. John Rife of Pea gave a reading, and O. B. Hanks' of .Rogers formance. a slelght-of-hand per- A- team from the Springdale Rebekah Lodge presented a pageant. Speakers Included were Mrs. Tipton and Ernest Croll of Tcxar- kana, grand patriarch of the Grand Encampment of Arkansas. Monroe Bearden gave the principal address. Reds Try To " Make Gypsies Settle Down 1 By RICHARD O'REGAN Vienna - (fP) - The Communists behind the Iron Curtain have ruled no m o r e roaming for Europe's nomadic, dark-skinned Gypsy race. · There'll be no more soul-searing Gypsy music to tempt city-dwellers to cast off their bonds and . .. ,. take to the road. Gypsy palm- daughter and grandson Mrs. Jim , re;|cim ar( , jnformcd that ,,,,, Barnhill and Jimmy, of Birmlng- , hc C o m m u n i s t B t a t c can tell what ham, Ala., spent the weekend with Mrs. Bell Cook of Charleston. Mrs. John Wilson entertaUnfl at ,, luncheon Sunday In the T/ilson home In honor of Mr. Wilson's birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brooks and Mr. and Mrs. Will Hlnkle of Combs Chapel. Mrs. Lee Lairiamore entertained Saturday afternoon with a birthday party for her sister-in-law, Br'enda Lairiamore. The evening was spent at games and opening gifts. Refreshments were served .. .... _ . 3y the hostess. Guests were Kay ports reaching Vienna, on Helndrlx, Jerry Ray Beard, Sue I Hungarian plains and in T«xii, ind Mr. ind Mrt. John W. Morrii of Pasadena, Texas, The Backner 4-H Club w i l l meet Tue«d«y night at 7:30 in the Community House. Mr. ind Mrs. Jack Couch were weekend guests of Mr..and Mrs. Bird Ritchie of Crosses. Guests of Mr. and Mrs, Kenneth Caudle Sunday were Albert and Paul Caudle of Wichita, Kan., and Mr. and Mrs, William Earls and dughers. Mr. ind Mrs. L, B. McBroom of Cobb Hill-were guests of Mr. and Mrs, John Hinkle Sunday. , Mrs. Charles Lairiamore and her Buckner Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Parker Rushing at Cove Crest Farm are Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Spears and daughter, Susan, of Carthage, Our Material, O*t Oar Try Our ferric*. DYKE LUMBER CO. Nl Si. Chub* BLUE VEIL Rice, Rosa!?'! Powell, ilrismore, Carol and Harlley Marion Johnson, Peggy G r i f f i n , Joan Southern, and Sonya Deal of Fay- ettevllle; Linda and Sondra Lair- la^iore, Jerry Hall, Donna and Glynda Henderson, .Linda Anne Earls and Gerry Bclote. Olen Elzie was a guest of his uncle, Rome McElhaney, of Hunls- vill* over the weekend. Racial Relations Expert To Speak Here Tonight Prof. St. Clair Drake of Roosevelt College, Chicago, and senior author of "Black Metropolis," a study of Chicago's Negro population, will speak at B o'clock tonight at the Student Union ballroom on "America's Hew Role-- Worlrt Leadership." One of America's outstanding the future holds. The Romany are to he made "useful members of Soviet BOC|- ety." Their sparkling-eyed children will be taken from their uneducated parents and sent to state schools to learn trades. Their parents will be persuaded by various pressures to leave their caravans and lazy card-playing and to work-in factories producing for the "great peoples' democracies." This is the Communist plan being carried out, according to' re- · ' - t h e 'the wooded mountains of Czechoslovakia and Romania, where,thou. sands of Czlgany have wandered j for centuries. Reports from behind the 'Iron Curtain, however, say that the Communists are not finding it easy. In Hungary, the government tried to entice the Gypsies to become farmers. It allotted many Gypsies ground under the land reform. But the wanderers lefttheir fields, uncultivated. They contin- uedvto try to eke out an. unauthorized living from their old profession -- tinkering, horse-dealing, fortune-telling and stealing. Hungarian authorities, reports say, are-doing their best to wipe out such independent Gypsy activities. Gipsy tinkering arid trading are free enterprise and thus discouraged. I n Czechoslovakia's e a s t e r n provinces, the Communist segime demolished the clay huts where the Gypsies gathered in winter, ti*s In Benton and Waihiofton counties. This is the lirfeft attendance in recent years. Firm Bureau T» Meet Rogers, Ark.-Tspecial)-A covered dish dinner and business meeting will he held for all members of the East Benton County Farm · Bureau Thursday night at th«;iMa»6hic Youth'.Center. The dinner, will begin at 7i30,:.SpeciBJ entertainment will hi "provided! A similar meeting will be "held jjjjjjf later, for the -,west 'half of the county.- AivcrtiM to U» TIKES-- II van We -with to expreu our flncere thank* .and appreciation to our many frfendf and neifhbori. for their kind- IWM. during the lllness^nd death of our beloved mother and wife. AUo ·nd beautiful Mr. Jamei Frederick Mr. and Mrs. Melvtn Long and Family Mr. and Mri. Jack Hudson and Family W« wlii to npnff 01* itncer* thanb.and appwcJaUon .to .viryoiw for their help and kindiMM durlni tk« ilckntM and deilh of our dear Mother and. Grandmother, Eapcclally the Hoc- Ion, jiurm, Bro. Prlnfta, the quir- tctte, thoH who brought an much nice food and- the baautlful floral 'offering. MM. J. L. FitlftraM ana-Family Mn. Kugene S. Adkina ind Family Mrs. Tom Orenbaun and Family. TAKES FIRST PLACE IN CLASS "A" IN THE 1952 Negro .scientists, Professor Drake and d ' rove out (hcir occupants was sent to England by the gov- - _ --. ernment to study racial problems 5 j, f-.-.i there and Is a leading expert on KOgSlS iCOUl the subject. WHO FIXES RADIOS? We've Been Serv'tng^oit 20 Yean SMITH RADIO SHOP BRAKES - LIGHTS - STEERING THE BIG THREE OF SAFE DRIVING St« KOHIER and HAU for a «« checkup an th«» ant taMy factor* at Whltaky'i Oaraa« ·OMIBft MCl«*TM» ft KHOOL JCK. Sink tun Down? An fasy Prey to COLDS? I Gat'Im Beck on Their Feet with NARTON CI«t4-O-l«'t NMtON, t*U,i t yout r«iul«r lait, InifMtti tt»d untump- tl.n mni *a\ f , |M blrdi "bxk »n Ihllr f»t" Oflt^CfMl. If y»ur (lad hoi lul. for.d frem ifffji Itili luring, i*t ytur l««d dtaltr n»w li NMIONI . AURIOMYCiN ... PENICILLIN ... ARSINICALS all m one package of N ARTON NOW,. .just mix NAITON with feed or sprinkle on top of feed in feeders . . . t h e n watch those'birds gain! That's because NAITON contains: AUMOMYCIN--the antibiotic that's proven itself most etfectivt as a growth stimulant! MNiCIUIN -- another antibiotic that stimulates growth and builds resistance to disease. MMNICAU _ which act as a fur- (her growth stimulant when used with antibiotics. ·OTANICALS qnri MINERALS -- to supply deficiencies in ordinary rations. Aclml tests show that NMTON in- · creaus feed consumption by an much as 15% in 10 days --helps put health and vigor into birds af'er colds and sickness. See your feed dealer today (or NMTONI THI ·LAND-O-LAC COMPANY (MfM UMeV iftltfwtll, Wins (ampores .Honors Rogers, Ark. -Iff)- Eagle Patrol of Boy Scout. Troop 122 of Rogers scored a lotal of 1.750 points to win top honors at the Northwest District Boy Scout, camporee at Lake Wedington Friday and Saturday. Fox Patrol of 'the same troop rolled up 1,730 points to win third highest honor. Troop 122 was represented by 24 scouts organized into four patrols. The troop was directed by Scoutmaster John Swcar'Mpen nnd Assistant Scoutmaster liarley JToser. Twelve Scouts comprising two patrols represented Troop No. 109 at the camporee, under leadership of Scoutmaster S. 0. Reynolds. The troop's Eagle Patrol scored 1.509 points and the Bob White 1'alrol 1,475, both qualifying for the presidential award. The camporre was attended by 25 r . Scouts from eight commnni- fonf'a flw Omt "A" W*m*r for 3rd Conttcvffva Ysorl New Ford Mileage Maker SIX Thriftiest in its Field! Af*ln thl x*or . . . a« in th» past, two years . ; . Ford was first in gas economy over all other cars in its price class in the Mobilgas Economy Run. In this toughest test, a stock model Ford Six equipped with Overdrive (optional at extra cost) averaged 53.855 ton-miles per gallon and 25.463 actual miles per gallon. This was « very special triumph for Ford's All-New Mileage Maker high-compression Sue. For now, with its new design providing 101- horsepower and free-turning overhead valves, Ford is definitely nound-for-pound the moat economical low-priced car to run! Yes i . . Ford's thrift was clearly proved by the 1,415-mile grind from Los Angeles to Sun Valley. And a very important factor contributing to.. this victory is Ford's Automatic Power Pilot which squeezes the last ounce of power out of every drop^of gas. »n» AM Confcif Boarrfrftftrmr'nti ffM wfnwr br a "lon.mflt fwr gaffon" fennuta 10 iniirt* (quof thanet tor all carl In Mth clou rvparrflrii of tin aflrf wtlpM. Ton-wibi p»r poWon nquoli (h« ear valgM (including potiMginj it IOTI, mu;;,'. flM k, nunbir of mllii IrovtIM, tf,*M k, ,,mb,r of c°»°i» c».»TMJ. "Jest Drive" the Economy Winner today! For Economy plus Quality. ABSHIER-BRYAN 17-21 Eoit Mountain Street HERgS THE CERTIFIED @ MOOF NEW FORD MILEAGE MAKER SIX M · TON MIUI* MR OAUON rn «*ueN ..Choose tho '52 Ford! MOTOR CO. Fayetteyille, Arkansas PALACE CARTOON _ NOW - 1:00 - 2:4S - 4:JO · SHOWING 9 «:1S - 1:00 - S:« t SUGAR CHILE ROBINSON · C U N N f R G U Y S *fc.^PAT O'BRIEN CSjT..^'*'i-^-^ · i--mntmu CMifMMtCMU O Z A R K -ENDS'TONITE- 1:20 · 3:2! 1:90 · 7:30 - 9:35 ABBOTT omfCOSTELlO ·JACK and the BUNSIUK" STARTS WEDNESDAY ...Thisaway for Laughs-with the $100 a Month Cowboy Who Hit Fam« and Fortune in Hollywood! · I.KTCST rTEWi - 1il|.1tW.|,M.TrtS.|iM - I UARK CORNEL WILDE in "At S 7:00 b 8:00 CARTOON Begins "Silvana Mangano is Wednesday NOTHING SHORTo, a SENSATION! full-bodied arid gracefully muscular, with a rich voice and a handsome pliant face, she handles · with vigor and authority- the characterization . of a tortured libertine. It is not too excessive to describe her as Anna Magnani minus fifteen years, tngrid Bergman with a latin disposition .and Rita Hayworth plus twenty-five pounds. Passion toils and tumbles through 'BITTER RICE'. It is as earthy and elemental as any picture you are likely to see." - IOSLEY CROWTHER, N. V. Hints "Silvono ManganoMn 'BITTER RICE' is sexier than both Mae West and Jane Russell." - WALTER WINCHEU, Doily Mirr.or De SANTIS* introducing the new star SILVAN A MANGANO with DORIS DOWLING · RAF VALLONE 'Mill Maflfini Is always fink-the ictini It alwayt lncl»l«. It li the real modlni, who contribute most of tha axcitimtnt In 'BITTER RICE', parformlni with a gnat naturalniss and conviction." ' - HOWAID IAIMK, H,,M tnk»». · "Sexy and strong. 'BITTER RICE' Is a swift, vigorous and .racy melodrama." - MYMOUt MM, C«*HH "Moniont It a vital r»" · «»nollty, *n unw«i.h«d btduty · th* .InfrW ltr|- man ty»»'.and «,fe*d actrtii. It li · fail m»»l«i mcladrame. P«5antl«, wh» a-|rt«Ud'IIHE* RICI'. hat BHI everythini.lnte (he «Ha«." . . -RATt CAMIMN, 0.1V NIK

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