Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 9, 1952 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 9, 1952
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Early Approval Of Pay Hikes For Military Personnel Seen Deadlock Over Issue Broken By Agreemen! NOftTHWBT AJKANSAS TIMES,*ville, ArkonMt. Friday, May f, 1952 jHOpo.sal for S-lfl ;j co:nb;;t pay for all .:M. a n r i Representa- ( n - A l f i ) said he re- Compromise Move Wins Favor Of Lawmakers' Group Washinpton-'.-T 1 - - Cnn^rr-'-ioMn leaders lodny plruinc:! ea:v. .-.·!. pro'.'al of ;r.iliu:ry p tive- nrr:n. · i -'-if: '.r.- | Sor.aioj Ri;.-.ri| ( D - O a ) , head of : ' h e ii'iifcre:-i-. sinci Ho;ir.c :;pnk(.-?- ::i(.-ii ..t:ii]!; inn iK.rcpt the Korean · !''-.· jji iv::;;in bcc:iu.',r- they had , !;t-id '.; hc-tirir^s; on i!. Whether 1 '::'· Si-:;aio v.'ill accept the com. ; :·';: : s- v. Phout ihr rombfit pay ipru.iMon remain" lo lr .^ren. The compromise measure fol: !v.\ ;·. conf'!';iliy the. pa f tern of a Miilii.'iry pay im-reri f voted by the lifiii:^ 1 in .l.iMM/ir 1 JL ;ippniveci a fiat 10 per cent boo^t m base piy .nn toed ; ; !ri it-ntnl i!lr,y..-inu." Union Members Found Guiltv Of Contempt HP pxppcts to ho away for thrpp | Mr. and Mr« .f V Ciirnrs went to Kaypttcvillp Tuesday, where Mr. Carnes -ntrred thp Yptpi r t ns ' Hospital for inpdii-al treatment. Mr and Mrs. T. J. H;itfio!d and ! i grandson. Douglas Kobrrt.-. nf | Hu.v.envillp, .-pent thp wc'-kcnii in j Reniorsville visiting their Mirt-in| lav/ and daughter, Mr. and Mrs ! R. J. .Sent!. Mrs. Nnla Dr I-aitis, Kiank He j ].;HM.-, and \Vaym 1 RcvnoMs went to Baxter SpririKs. Mo, Sund;iy. ' w h o r e they visitrd Mr. and Mrs. Dean Shai-klefoul. Mr. Shncklo- ford i:'. a former coach of Bctiton- IP hiRt Atomic Gun Developed by U.S. Reported To Be Accurate And Devastating Weapon Neu- York-'.-IVAn a'o do 1 , elaped by the 1' S. A described laM as ;i a t e anri d e v a s t a t i n g] menrlous "finger-tip" fn i -nntf hpraldms -T no\i. pia tn Ihr The dp.MTipii u ith t i r - Fines Assessed By Chancellor Wofford In Fort Smith Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Haxton ^ irjlt atomic r.itiilrrv wpapon - ;, have jpturnpd from Houston. K un l!l '"'t ( ' ;i " "hit IK tarRpt under Texas, where they spent the win- ;m . v ^ealhei conditions nnd c i \ e icr v/ith their son-in-lnw and · K round troops thp kind of daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold : tatini; Hawkins and children, Hal and .available in w a r f a r e " Anita. ;ippral lo (tie p.,i' of Hi,- d- -uppnrt ne\er before ( " 1(!in K In: " ·' p.ninci-hi;i cv; ·amp from ;in(l K' V 1 "C "" J'idK"" ' ^' Arnry Secretary Fiank Pare "· dcpo-;!'crl " ifh tir* rlerk. .'.-·i-l.-.i- liutt hurrl h» case three J,i . {j^t-::- nandn,,^ dova his rle- ^lirrcrul^r larkff) I:.,-.- i;r.rn.:i:i- -f,r.-Th» V.Vs! ; - i " ·:, .;',. fi r-.:r,rn' today marke,^ ^ ;·". .ii.'ii. cr ;ary of Qrr- ;'. i:. "/."rid '.V.jr II surrender ··· ',: "Ji;: I'M rr:.i:i; to unite \vith An outstanding flavor--Junge'i Unman Meal Hreatl. 11-19-rt THE BLAIRS, STATIONERS o,,Th.s q0 o,. Th« Oldcil O f f i c e Suppy House and Gil! Shop in Norlhweit Arklnm MOTHER'S DAY GIFTS Pretty -- Permanent -- Practical Mother's Day Card»-5c lo )J.QO-Styled by Gibson I E. S. Craves of Kansas City Is ' pace said thp new weapon '-is ·visiting his sisters, Miss Anna cseutiallv an nilillerv p i c c r -- b u t ' | Graves and Mrs. D. T. I.aine, and with immeasurably pjca'er p o w e r ' | his brother, Charles Graves, this , than any arnllery'hithrrto known week. Up will return to* . Such tornic weapons, he added. Knrt Smith, Ark.-VPi-Seba.=tian C 'l£ Snn( ! a '; ¥ ,, essentially an artillery piece-but! Chanceller C M Wnffnrd has ,, Mr , anri Mr!i ' Jim Scott 3nd chanpps" in the Army's trarijtmn- ... «* «u« rt^iL. : na»Rn(pr, Jan. are leaviiiK Satur- ' a! mission of cln--in« with and! T* lonight-trcat yoyrself to the armed fo:TM "nri""^!;;.;' 1 ';,;;,;;;.','.;!: TM**W ^^. *·-.* dependents/ pt. 1, mtc.n.nonalropiesenta- W0l , h , K,,,,., , irrivpd Mftn(1a , . n thp A i m v ^^ I10I) . atomit . Hiinilu . ed r.rrv 1C e ? ^,,s bir.M-n !,te ;.»-,- Be.-uu,,- n,.,; ; n - a i e s i.r.d other tl ^ " f th( ' 1! 1; ' i:i - TM ""«! W" 0 viMt ^ narpnts. Mr. and Mr«. C Iliti(jni but nffirl!l , , pC cifica!ions of · t c r d a " Inv · · i n ' - i r - c ' n i l l i c - n r i norcnrnol ' i; 'd S C I ' - O f H T d H SO (1,'IVS in J . ' l l . F S ' i l l f i f M « -inH '-.miK- I-To ,..;ll ,1 .1 ii-ru,i.,. icA.-^ni^ihu ( peiponnri · 1 r - ^ncuis, ,irm jj-.nn.x. He will the Run remained n secret until A Sena'tM!'.;,,,. Confm-npp ···'^' i'^d and ]od S nie furnished Allen .I'.rip.s ptCFidnit of the local return t- Fort Leavenworlh Tn^- l as t night. Pai-p in dirlu.p- n-np i Comm.ttcp .-.Kiccci MI a con-p:n- ''V Ih(! t'ovt-rnmcn: ar.d have no nn ?lnKc "Samst the Dixie Lup d ay . to a w a i t orders for an over- n f the weapon's siipeifirations I nm-e nif?a?urc pio/idiin -!R4 nnl tieprnr-cpl:. tli^y \voiLd K pi only Compunv here. \vas fined SiiO and se as ass-icnmpnt .u:- _......,,_·.,'^ "I Ofoi \'ire F'resident Arthur Locnr 'Bentonville Come In and See Us About Our Easy Paymenf Plan on Re-Modeling Your Home, Building New Garage, Chicken House or Milk Barns, ere. Cliflon Lumber Co, Phone 27. West Fork, Ark. visit fnr a fpw v.-onks. The boys have been visiting their gramt- j)aren!s smip last summer. Alvin J-'snst was i-pturncd lo his omo from the City Hospital when 1 s. J. O. Kuinp'- hnvr he had bfrn n patient thoii }.o:i. .1 O. Mrs. Polk Bnukoui of '/.\nn com nt' Snnri(rclnlp · \ isional equipment I II ran travel rross-couniry. It i-an fit into a landing ship dp- :;ifinccl for arnphibious operations.' And it can fire w i t h nmirar\ i ''comparable to cnn-^pntmnal artillery, and trs!s indicate i 1 i" much UNTUCK wffis K j Rendered Benlon County Case ;i,-:-i- ct\ in I'UKHM, KOCPH, in Anril. , HrntnnvilliMSucriall- Cham-el' his mn*hrr, Mr^ Grju-p Smith of lor Thoriins Run ynstordny icndfr- Sprin;;r : ;*ie lir IIHS hocn in 1 \rnn- fnr Tie pasl thrcr yc.irs. Appcrfon afainsl I.. S. Holland , l.t in ^' r - ·'" lri ftll ' s - ·'· "· Neil w ( ' l e .'iirl Paiil O'Xral doinR business: BRAKES - U6HTS - STEERING THE BIG THREE OF SAFE DRIVING See KOHIER and HAIL for o FREE checkup on these important tafety fciciors at Whiteiey's Garage CORNER MOUNTAIN SCHOOL ^';?'i.y**.*^ L A N i« J, -,.,, iL I,;,,!,..,! ,/,,,,, /.-. ,», /:·-,, //;, ,,,, ,/ ./ f;,;,,,,. iL ,,,:,,,./ · ·! ii.u-ic'cl.iW lie i" '·'' '" W.-^liinRiin. D. C.. nflor | Arriving mrdical Irrntniollt. i.f the Irxl. -bui Mil- ' :pn:ilinp Iho psrt two w r r k s hnr ' ( 'P'- R r - S"iilli nf Springrtal · ;';c." u-Tfi b,\- Ihr music vi::itinc her :-ons. .Johnn;,- GiUin-:, .... Ho has w:-i;iTM more and Pfc. ami Mrs. Tt-rl Oilbnit ··"·I'Dmin- In a It-tier rrmvrri by 'f^-^- · Mrs. Dob^on is nr.plovrd in t ^ r . " " " ~ o f f i c e nf the scrrrtary n f s t a t e in Sprin.",r : ale. llr lias hrcn in thp r,| a $S,99l'.(l4 judsmcnl (or i,. R. '" A -t" ; n:; '". v 1ra J Washington. Mr c . Gracf* Jean Fir-Mr, ,..,,. Hutler. Mr,., visiting hrr sister, ''·'Hfd In Slnlnn. Texas. Mond.iv - f s ]hp Arkansas FouKry Company Mr.- rjoss Allrpd. »'Kht by t!u ilpulh of Mrs. Neil's at fJentry. Thp Rev. Hirl-aui Gcigcr left M^tci-in-lnw. MIT. ('. T. Scrog- ' He directed the Rarnishce. Bank Wednesnav /ui Yales Camn nrai- " U1S - ·" i "'' ? - ScrnaEins was n f o r m e r O f Bentnm ille, lo S3 Ifil SO i I-'-u- Smith, wheic ht- will attend n r^idpnt of Sprin^daie. Funeral. v ., ith lhc clrrk (]f lht . ( . nur , , 0 hp ! coMroioncL of lhc l.'.S. and U.S A .'iervices were held Wednesday af- -~.T-.--- - -· - : .* hr.niches of thp Pj-esl)\'terian If'ti' 10 '! at Stolon. Mr. and Mr?. Chuu-h. Mi. Gi'iurr wtll ie;ive next ^' ri! w c r c Hccompnnied by their ux-ek f'ji- New York City, \vhore dauph'pr-in-law and granddaufrh- hp will rppresent the Arkansas ter, Mrs. Marion Neil nnd daugh- Prcsbytery nt the General As.«em- t c r - -Jennifer. bly of the Presbylrrian churc!ics. ' ^ Irs - J°hn Hodson of Uaskell. Okla. arrived in Spnngdale Sun' day to spend thp week visiting her Mftor-in-lav.-. Mr?. \V. A. Graves Mrs. Dodson is a former resident of Spj'ingdale. IWinistt'is from spvpral slaie. 1 were here Tuesday nicht to lake part in ihe spcvial services held- in the Gospel of Pcarn Tabernacle at 7:4.^ n. m. The Rev. Roy Muriel! is the regular pastor. The Elm Springs Paren'.-Tearb- pr Association met Tuesday night A renial was. Rivpn by the pupils of Mrs. -I. /,. Croft. Refreshments \vere ?ei'\ ed at the close of the meeting. A bnnid meeting of the Sprinp- U'oinens Chjb -.v;.s i i !d Thui s'lay nii;ht in the lounge, of me Fir.'' National Hank. The time of the meeting v.-a- 7:.'i(. \Va:-hinirl f 'n School pupils pre- ser/pci an i ^ - e r o - i a . ' c ,now \\'hi!e and Ihr Sr-- fn I") 11 , arfs." \\Vrinr- A musical concert wfi? helri in Ihv r.c-v in-'.} housr Tiie.-fiay niifLt Mr---. Cu\ \V;i-- -.vas the rln'cclor nnd v.«? in rha:^e of lhc program of \ ,·! H d cum be is. The choi us fi).'iv.ted of l^.'i lo IfSii v oi:'Ps. The Spi ir.^dale Hmh School b.iiui, aM.- !"fl by the Svmphon- et 1 '. prevented n concert Thursday nitrht .v 8 o'clock in ih^ firid hoii.r l» ·.'.-.i;. ihf second Nnlio;:;.! Mtisir \--ppk onsr? vailcc OIO;M ;ur.. OLD k BRANIN T H E O l D S U N N Y i l O O K C O M P A N Y , l O U I S V I l L E . 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