Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 23, 1952 · Page 12
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April 23, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

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f2--NCMTHWBT ARKANSAS TIMES, hwtttvilk, Arkemw. WcdiMtday,' April 21, 1952 Highway Commbston To Push Projects Recommended By Governor McMath (Tnm Aiibclilcd Preu) Arkansas -Highway Com, n, which has adopted a S20,- , · 000,000 road building program for 'JSkb year despite the i'act that the itBoney is not available, has de- ''ililed to give priority to projects rtcommended by Governor Mc' : 'Jjtith.- . - V'frTbt commissioners s're giving · priority to those pro)e:ts favored by. the department's engineers, Jiflhieh .were originally .suggested ..', io the commission by the governor THihsell. ' '' ; The commissioners say that not '.Bore than half of the $20,000,000 ·'program approved yesterday will :'fcr contracted for before July 1: . li!3--because the money isn't .'·'·Viilible. ..'/The Commission also awarded .'"· three road construction contracts ,} ywterday--o n e in/ Washington .. i County. A contract to lay nine iajnd four-tenths miles of crushed .- *tone shoulders on Highway 71 ; ijorth from the Crawford County 't-Uftt, -went to McCllnton Brothers yM. r«yettevi!le on a {32,668 bid. :·'?.;.Another. Washington' County jjjrbject, bi»cktopplng of Highway M for six miles south of Summers, '· 4W not appear on the list of MOORE'S FUNERAL CHAPEL projects favored by McMalh and his engineers. Mineral Springs The rural youth group met at the Community House Saturday night. Games were played and refreshments were served, The next meeting will be held the night of May 17. Juniors and seniors of the Greenland Consolidated School will present their play, "It's » Great Life," Friday nignt in the Greenland auditorium. Those participating from this community lire Rcglna O'Brien, · Wilma McGee, Jean Malonc, and Eugene Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Ted O'Brien and family spent Sunday at Lake Fort Smith. A picture show will be held at 'the Community Building Friday night. Part of the proceeds will i.6 used for upkeep of the build- Ing. Chancery Dispositions In the Washington : County Chancery Court: Robert D. Cloer vs. Emma Lee Cloer: Decree of divorce to plaintiff. Laomoinl Denny vs. Edfiar L. Denny: Decree of divorce to plaintiff, Allen Blsij- vs. Leoln Blair: Decree of divorce to plaintiff, William E. Galloway vs. Letha M. Galloway.. Decree of .divorce granted plaintiff. . ^_^^^ PLAN TO BUILD ·M Our Material. CM Our Pricw. Trr Our S«rvtet. DYKE LUMBER CO. Ifll it ChirUt WHO FIXES RADIOS? We've Been Serving You 20 Yeart SMITH RADIO SHOP BRAKES-- LIGHTS -STEERING THE BIG THREE OF SAFE DRIVING KOHLIR end HAU lor a ml dwckup on thm :, important wf«ty foctori at Whlt»Uy'» Garag* --.: CORNER FOUNTAIN * SCHOOL Tonite Thursday 7:30-9:53 Step on the Starter -- Don't Be Slow --· Drag Out the Family and See Thit Show! JANE WYMAN THE HUE VEH? Charles Rictiard loan UtJGHIDN- CARLSON -BLONDELL Free Pony Rides CARTOON t NEWS MINIATURE COIF COURSE Monkey Village AMVETS GIFT FOR THE PRESIDENT PRESIDENT TRUMAN receives a "friendship ball" from John L. Smith, National Commander of the AMVETS, after he/spoke at the dedication of the organization's new national headquarters in Washington. The Chief Executive warned that the nation remains in "deadly peril" of Soviet aggression. He threatened to keep Congress in session until January 1, If necessary, to obtain restoration of heavy cuts voted by the House in defense appropriations. (International Soundpteto) NEW JJRUG FOR HEART DISEASE 'TB : h CKIDIT for development of a new drug which holds hope In reat.ment of heart disease Is given In Dr. Charles C. Scott (left) and Dr. Walter H. Hosklnd, shown at Chllcott laboratories, Morris Plains, N. J. The drug Is scheduled to be announced to the medical profession loon, it ii reported. (InternationalSmmdfhota)' NEW HOME TYPE IRON LUNG IT'S A HAPPY DAY for polio victim Mrs, Evtlyn Spratt, llnally at home In Detroit utter 20 months In a hospital, most of the time In on iron lung. She Is shown In a new lype "rocking bed" and home chest respirator which makes it possible for her to be there. The equipment, supplied by tho National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, is electric. With her are husband and daughters. (International SoumlphotoJ Economical Entertainment for the Entire Family "Silvana Mangano is NOTHING SHORT of A SENSATION! with rich voice and a handsome pliant face. It Is not too excessive to describe her as Anna Magnani minus fifteen years, Ingrid lergirian with a latin disposition and Rita Hayworth plus twenty five pounds. ' PAT O'BRIEN sow OTARIf FLAYING W4iMl\l\ -BOSUY CKOWTHM, N. Y. 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